4/1/21: new cases have been reported on the COVID dashboard.

KHHS News
April 2

KHHS News April 2

04/02/21

IMPORTANT DATES
Apr 2-9 No School – Spring Break
Apr 13 9th & 12th Grade - Remote Learning 10th & 11th Grade - Testing
Apr 14 10th & 12th Grade - Remote Learning 9th & 11th Grade – Testing
Apr 21 ½ Day for Students

Testing Week
The week we return from Spring Break will be our testing week. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Becker.

Monday, April 12th: all students will report to school. It will be a Black Schedule. Hours 1, 2, and 4
Tuesday, April, 13th: all 9th and 12th graders will be remote learning (do not report to the High School) -10th and 11th will report for testing
Wednesday, April 14th: 10th and 12th graders will be Remote Learning (do not report to the High School) -9th and 11th graders will report for testing
Thursday, April 15th: all students will report to school. It will be a Gold Schedule, hours 3, 5, and 6

COVID Vaccine
The West Michigan Vaccine Clinic at DeVos Place, operated by Kent County, Spectrum Health and Mercy Health in collaboration with Vaccinate West Michigan is expanding vaccine availability to all 16 and older, immediately. Spectrum Health clinics are also open to those 16 and older. Clinics operate by appointment only. Patients can now self-schedule online by visiting vaccinatewestmi.com/register. To set up an appointment for someone ages 16 or 17 or those needing special assistance, please call 833.755.0696. A parent or guardian must accompany minors to their appointment. — The Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine currently approved for 16 and 17 year olds. Those 18 and up and eligible for Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson. — Vaccine volume is still limited and it may take time to get an appointment. Please be patient.

COVID Testing over Spring Break
If you are looking to schedule a COVID testing appointment, please call 616-200-8435. This number will give you access to the HealthBar Drive Thru Testing location. This location will be open 8:00a-4:00p M-F spring break week for COVID testing. This is free for our students and staff, and it is reimbursable through your insurance if you are not a student/staff member.

KHPS will offer drive thru testing at our High School, 3825 Hendershot Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544, on Sunday, April 11 from 10:00a-6:00p (note extended time). We are also offering testing the week we return from spring break. Testing begins at 7:00 am (Middle and High School) or 8:00 am (Alpine, Central & Zinser). You may go to ANY location to be tested. If you would like your child(ren) to be tested, please call when you arrive on these days and remain in your car. A nurse will come to your car to administer the test. Where to park is listed next to the school.

Alpine: Park in the Visitor Lot 258-9875
Central: 265-6419 Park in the center parking lot.
Zinser: 286-1359 Park in the student drop off parking lot.
Middle School: Park in the Events/Athletic Parking Lot (Door 27): 286-0492
High School: 260-4410 Students/parents park by the curb on the student parking lot side near the main entrance.
Pathways: 286-0492 Tests available in MS or HS parking spaces.
Early Childhood Center: at Zinser or Central

Sophomore - Senior Parents and Students: Summer Youth Police Academy
Each year the Grand Rapids Police puts on an academy for current sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school. The academy is one week long and is a great opportunity for students interested in law enforcement to see what it is all about. It can introduce them to opportunities and positions in police work via classroom and hands-on training. The program also affords those who are eager to know more about police work to learn. You can go to www.JoinGRPD.com or see the attached flier. They are hoping to have at least 30 young persons in the program this year.

KH Students of the Week!
Tyler Herpolsheimer
Phoebe Meendering
Ella Eitniear
Nolan Droski
Stacey Apeaning
Gibson Ouellete
Victoria Vanas
Jon Donihue

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