KENTWOOD, Mich. — East Kentwood High School is safe for in-person learning starting Monday, Nov. 2.
Superintendent Michael Zoerhoff says EKHS was given the green light to reopen by the Kent County Health Department. Health officials conducted contact tracing and data assessment procedures and have concluded that the building is safe, Zoerhoff says.
ZPS adds that remote students’ schedules will remain the same.
“Thank you to everyone for your continued cooperation and support,” Zoerhoff writes. “This is definitely hard but we can get through this together.”