School districts across the state of Michigan have closed their doors indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, a number of students are now at a disadvantage, especially those who rely on their schools for food and internet access. So, Ypsilanti Community Schools (YCS) stepped up to help these kids out. In this week's "On the Ground-Ypsi," WEMU's Patrick Campion and Concentrate Media's Sarah Rigg talk to YCS assistant superintendent Dr. Carlos Lopez about how the district is serving the community during this crisis.
Sarah Rigg's Feature Article: Resources are available for Ypsi families struggling to teach and feed kids during school closures
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