Bay City Public Schools sending 6-12 graders back to class Feb. 1

BAY CITY, MI — Bay City Public Schools will soon resume face-to-face instruction for middle and high school students.

The Bay City Public Schools Board of Education during a Thursday, Jan. 21, meeting voted for in-person instruction for sixth through 12th grades to resume on Monday, Feb. 1, Superintendent Stephen C. Bigelow announced in a letter to the Bay City Public Schools community on Friday.

Classes will follow a traditional Monday through Friday schedule while continuing with COVID-19 mitigation procedures, his letter states.

“District COVID-19 updates are available at As always, thank you for your patience and grace throughout the pandemic,” Bigelow’s letter reads.

Pre-kindergarten through fifth grade students in the district returned to their classrooms on Tuesday, Jan. 19.

Bigelow said even though traditional classrooms are reopening, students and their families still have a choice in the matter.

“Our virtual programs will continue to be available for families,” he said.

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