Farmington Schools trustees review more in-person plans

Farmington Public Schools trustees will on Tuesday learn more about return to in-person learning plans for Early Childhood and Special Education students.

During previous meetings, officials decided that K-5 students will stay in remote learning until January 11, and 6-12 students will return on January 25. Pre-K and special needs students were the first to enter school buildings and returned to remote learning on November 4.

Board members will also consider appointing a new president and discuss the appointment of an interim superintendent, after last week’s resignations of trustee Pam Green and Supt. Dr. Bob Herrera. Other agenda items include:

  • Introduction of new board members
  • Farmington/Farmington Hills Education Foundation update
  • Educational Equity Audit update
  • Discussion of board appointments
  • Discussion of middle/high school athletics
  • Purchase of uninterruptible power supplies, a walk-in freezer for Power Middle School, and a board room table

The board meeting will be held on the WebEx platform. Links to join and participate in public comment are posted at Public comment requests must be received by 4 p.m. on Tuesday. The meeting agenda and supporting materials are posted at

The meeting will be cablecast on TV-10 (Spectrum cable channel 210) and live-streamed at and on

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