Metro Detroit students have end-of-year concerns
DETROIT – During the coronavirus pandemic, Local 4 has been checking in with students around Metro Detroit on their struggles, successes and how COVID is impacting their lives. It’s no surprise that students are starting to get concerned about end-of-year activities like graduations and proms. Paula Tutman spoke with students from the Walled Lake Consolidated School District, and they thing Michigan lawmakers need to be more efficient with their time. They acknowledge that they are not entitled to a fun senior year, but believe they have earned the right to start making plans. Walled Lake superintendent Kenneth Gutman said he thought there would be more guidance from Lansing, so he could direct his students on what they can and cannot plan toward, but he said he’s heard nothing.
Michigan State University issues ‘enhanced’ social-distancing order on campus for 2 weeks
EAST LANSING, Mich. – To slow coronavirus transmission among students, Michigan State University issued more strict COVID-19 precautions Saturday for its students. During the 14-day enhanced physical distancing, students are told to not socialize with others in person — on campus or off. AdThe orders apply to students living on campus and within the East Lansing area. More restrictions will be given to those living on campus in the future. Students are allowed to come to the campus for the following reasons:Accessing secure internet.