EUPISD Newsletter

  • The EUPISD Newsletter is published monthly to share the work we are doing with our students, teachers, administrators and community. Click on the most recent date to view the current newsletter, or other dates to view previously published editions of the EUPISD Newsletter.

  • November 2022 Newsletter

    November 2022 Newsletter

    What a positive start to our school year! I’m so thankful to see our students coming together around the
    region. We had a great turn out of our local schools for CTE Manufacturing Day and the Holocaust
    speaker. Seeing our students and the normalcy of Halloween parades, Homecoming celebrations and
    sporting events makes me so thankful! The ability to return to in-person training for staff also brings me
    great joy.

    I am extremely thankful for all our staff at the EUPISD and in our local districts. Thank you for being a
    critical partner in educating our students! As we celebrate this month of thankfulness, I hope each of
    you has a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  • October 2022 Newsletter

    October 2022 Newsletter

    October brings with it all the fall “feels”! Our region is so beautiful this time of the year. Our schools are brimming with activity, whether academic or extracurricular. At all times, our school principals tend to the welfare of their students and staff. October is designated as National Principals’ Month. Take a minute to thank your local principal for their commitment to your school! Thank you, EUP principals! 

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  • September 2022 Newsletter

    September 2022 Newsletter

    And just like that, we’re back to school! I’m excited for the start of the 2022-2023 school year. I am so thankful for every school employee who has returned to or joined a school staff to contribute to the success of our students. Regardless of position, every school employee has an incredible opportunity EVERY DAY to positively impact our students in the region. Thank you! Your work is so important, and so very much appreciated!

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  • July 2022 Newsletter

    July 2022 Newsletter

    On August 2, 2022, voters are being asked to approve a renewal of .2773 mill and an increase of .7500 mill.  The funds will be utilized to provide state and federally mandated special education services to children with disabilities. Funds will support equipment, facility upgrades and transportation for special education students ages 0-26 in local districts in Chippewa, Luce, and Mackinac Counties.

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  • June 2022 Newsletter

    June 2022 Newsletter

    The EUPISD Board of Education has approved asking voters to support a millage renewal and increase on the August 2, 2022, ballot. Voters are being asked to approve a renewal of .2273 mill and an increase of .7500 mill. The funds will be utilized to provide State and Federally mandated special education services to children
    with disabilities. Funds will support equipment, facility upgrades and transportation for special education students ages 0-26 in local districts (Chippewa, Luce, and Mackinac Counties).

    The Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District (EUPISD) provides services to local districts at no cost for 14 categories of eligibility including: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cognitive Impairment, Deaf-Blindness, Early Childhood Developmental Delay, Emotionally Impaired, Speech & Language
    Impairment. For example, the EUPISD provides braille and sign language instruction to local districts for students with hearing and visual impairments. The EUPISD also provides occupational, physical and speech therapies, as well as school psychology and social work services.

    Special education students - newborns, young children, school-age youngsters, and young adults - are all local
    school district residents. Some youths are served in their local school districts; others are served at the EUPISD
    Special Education Learning Center. For more information, please contact Angie McArthur, EUPISD Superintendent or Rachel Fuerer, Director of Special Education at 906-632-3373.

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