Weekly Update

Week of May 10, 2021

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Hello Southfield Regional Families,

Have a Wonderful Mother’s Day

We would like to wish all the mothers out there a very Happy Mother’s Day! We hope your day is full of joy, and may you spend it surrounded by family and loved ones. This is your day!

However, just because there is only one day out of the year dedicated to you does not mean that every other day of the year shouldn’t be Mother’s Day. After all, being a mother is a 365 day, 24 hours, seven days a week job. It’s not easy, but know it’s recognized and appreciated.

So, this post is for you moms! You are the superheroes in disguise, the Wonder Women of our world, and we thank you for all that you do. There’s nothing like a mother’s love to give us all the strength we need to succeed.

Parents, please try to complete the Frontline Health Screening form below before sending their students to school. If your child has any of the symptoms on the health form, they must stay home and learn virtually until they are symptom free.



Seniors, Please see the attached flyer below for important dates.

If you missed the Power Hour with Dr. Green, I have attached the powerpoint from her presentation.


Parents, please contact your scholar's teacher for Parent Teacher Conference times that will be held Thursday, May 13, 4:00 - 6:00 pm.

Save the Date

May 13 PTSA 6-7 p.m.

May 13 3rd Trimester Parent Teacher Conference

May 14 Anti Drug and Alcohol meeting during Seminar

May 25 Senior Finals

May 26 Senior Finals

May 28 NO SCHOOL for Memorial Day Holiday Observance

May 31 NO SCHOOL Memorial Day

With Kids in mind

Principal Eason

SPS Return to School

The District places the safety of staff and students at the forefront of all decisions. For more information on the District’s processes and procedures regarding individuals returning to the buildings, see the FAQs attached to this document. For more information regarding our Return to Learn Plan, please visit our Return to School page.

Meal Box Distribution

Students coming to school Monday-Thursday for half days can pick up meal boxes every Friday at one of these locations.

Southfield High School for the Arts & Technology

24675 Lahser


4-6 pm

Thompson K-8 International Academy

16300 Lincoln Dr.


Levey Middle School

25300 W 9 Mile Rd


If parents/guardians are not able to make it during the times listed or do not have reliable transportation, they can send an e-mail or call the main office (248-746-8683) and they can be added to the meal delivery list. All meals are at no cost to every student under the age of 18. rodel.endaluz@sfellc.org

Each meal box contains 7 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 7 snacks, and 7 suppers.

COVID-19 Funeral Assistance FEMA.gov


COVID-19 Testing for School-Aged Children

COVID-19 testing is available for school-aged children (4-17 years old) who have symptoms and are a resident or attend school in Oakland County. To schedule an appointment, call the Oakland County Health Division's Nurse on Call at 1-800-848-5533.

Southfield Public Schools Has An APP

Southfield Public Schools is excited to announce the launch of the district’s new mobile app. The app will provide parents, students, staff, and community members with access to important notifications, calendars, the news feed, MiStar Student and Parent Portals, social media channels, and more. Download the app here today!

Learning Virtually

Southfield Public Schools implemented new learning platforms for scholars to meet with their teachers in the digital classroom. Learn about them here.

Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide

The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) is sharing a Parent and Family Digital Learning Guide recently released by the U.S. Department of Education (USED). The guide will help caregivers to understand how digital tools can provide learning opportunities, engage students, and enrich students’ educational experiences.


Chromebook Malfunction Support

Due to the rise in Covid cases, the Oakland Schools staff will be at the Technology Center for Chromebook exchange/pickups on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 7:00 am- 2:30 pm

If you are having problems with your student's Chromebook (i.e. The cord doesn't fit, Chromebook won't come on even after charging, Chromebook won't accept your student's email address, etc), please reach out to our I.T. department.

Oakland Schools Service Desk

Phone: (248)209-2060

Email: osservicedesk@oakland.k12.mi.us

Online Ticket submission: Create a service ticket

Mental Health Partners at a Glance


For new individuals, they may call the Easterseals office at 248-475-2150 to get scheduled for intake. Easterseals will offer intake using telehealth and will continue to provide services using a telehealth platform. For those individuals that are utilizing their psychiatrist/doctors, they are using telehealth as well. People can call 248-475-6300 to get scheduled.


Jennifer Thayer, LMSW, CAADC

Program Manager

Office: 248.475.6307 | Fax: 248.475.6370


Easterseals Michigan

2399 E. Walton Blvd., Auburn Hills, MI 48326


CNS Healthcare Mobile Services


Amy Stern, LMSW

Program Manager

279 Summit Drive

Waterford, MI 48328

CNS Healthcare Phone: (248) 745-4900

CNS Healthcare Fax: (248) 994-8005

Direct Number: (248) 409-4155


Ascension Michigan School-Based Health Centers

You can access the service by calling (248) 398-0199 or by emailing the Nurse Practitioner, Rasanda Dorsey at rasanda.dorsey@ascension.org or the Behavioral Health Counselor, Darryl Allen at Darryl.Allen@ascension.org.

Southfield Regional Academic Campus Return to Learn Schedule