Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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     As you know, by order of the Governor, all schools including WSESD buildings and programs will be closed through the end of the school year.

     Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as we continue to work through the details and next steps that are associated with this unprecedented statewide school closure.  The safety of our students and our staff members continues to be our top priority.  To that end, we are actively seeking guidance and collaborating with county emergency managers, state and community health officials, the centers for disease control, local school districts, the department of education and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and numerous educational associations. 

     During the closure, we will be following guidance from the MDHHS and the CDC for cleaning and sanitizing.  This includes additional program-specific steps.  As a result, access to the building will be restricted. Additional information and guidance will be provided with this ever-evolving situation. The health and safety of students and staff continues to be our highest priority.  

Dr Jason Jeffrey

Superintendent
West Shore ESD

UPDATE: Due to the Governor's "Stay Home-Stay Safe" order, all WSESD programs, services and facilities are closed through the end of the school year.

WSESD Stay at Home Learning Links

Childcare for Essential Workers

Spectrum Health Hospital

     Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital is taking several precautionary steps to keep the community safe and prepared. As a service to the community, the hospital is offering free COVID-19 virtual screenings 24/7 to people in the state of Michigan who are experiencing symptoms at 616.391.2380. If you have severe or life-threatening symptoms, please call 911.

     The hospital has compiled several resources to help you stay informed and prepared. To view this information and access resources, please visit the following link.

     The hospital has updated the family and visitor policy. Spectrum Health will be enforcing the following family and visitor restrictions at all of its hospitals:

     No children under the age of 12 will be allowed to visit Spectrum Health hospitals during this time for their safety.

     Visitors, including family members, will be limited to one person per patient. Two visitors will be allowed for pediatric (children under the age of 18) and maternity patients.

     Visitors and family members must be healthy and without symptoms of illness.

     Visitors and family members who have recently traveled internationally to countries that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention include in their COVID-19 travel warnings will not be permitted to visit.

District Health Department #10

Center for Disease Control