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THE ROAD AHEAD

The values and traditions that we hold dear at Old Mission Peninsula School have, in this unprecedented year, proven more important than ever.  As a community, our resilience, ingenuity, and perseverance have given us the tools to navigate through the unexpected challenges.  And your support has made our solutions possible.  

 

We spent the summer preparing our staff and our campus so that we could continue to offer in-person classes safely.  Our enduring commitment to small class-sizes and extensive outdoor experiences proved to be instrumental not only to the learning experience, but to keeping our staff and kids healthy and OMPS’s doors open.  We adopted online-learning options and upgraded our technology resources to offer remote options as well.  And we have been successful in balancing safety and learning so far.  

 

But what’s next?  What might we need to do to continue the education of our kids- who are the heart of our community and seeds of our future - uninterrupted in the days ahead?

 

The steps we’ve taken have been costly.  We’ve been able to pivot successfully because of your past support and for that, we are so grateful.  We ask that you consider making a tax-deductible donation to Old Mission Peninsula Education Foundation so that when we are finally on the other side of this pandemic, we are not just surviving, but thriving.  We believe that progress never stands still and while the events of this year have slowed us and the world down, we intend to keep forging ahead, investing in our kids and the community.  

 

The future is bright and we can get there together.  Here’s to the road ahead. 

Will you help us ensure we can maintain smaller class sizes for safe social distancing, and support us in building up our technology capabilities?

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Your gift matters now, more than ever. As we move through this year under the specter of COVID-19, we are taking extra measures to keep our kids and community safe.  From maintaining small class sizes to upgrading technology resources, these are just a few examples of how Old Mission Peninsula School is meeting the needs and preparing for our changing education environment . 

We don't know what challenges lie ahead but with you support, we will be ready to take them on and meet the moment for our kids and our community.

PURCHASES
Laptops for remote learning
STAFFING
Keeping class sizes small
SAFETY
Additional cleaning, PPE

"AT THE HEART OF ANY COMMUNITY IS ITS CHILDREN.  THEY NOT ONLY REPRESENT OUR FUTURE, BUT THE CULMINATION OF WHERE WE'VE BEEN."

- OLD MISSION PENINSULA RESIDENT

"THIS SCHOOL HAS ALWAYS BEEN A KEYSTONE OF THE OLD MISSION PENINSULA - ITS VIBRANCY, TRADITIONS, AND RESILIENCE LIVE ON THROUGH EACH GENERATION THAT PASSES THROUGH ITS DOORS."

- OLD MISSION PENINSULA SCHOOL FAMILY

OLD MISSION PENINSULA SCHOOL

TOP 1%

Ranked top 1% of Michigan schools in reading proficiency / language arts*

TOP 10%

Ranked top 10% of Michigan public schools overall*

ACADEMICS

 The nationally-acclaimed comprehensive core curriculum combines lesson materials and text study to challenge students to think critically about real-world topics.

STUDENTS SERVED

While always committed to a low teacher:student ratio, small class sizes are now more important than ever to keep us safe

*PublicSchoolReview.com

Support the next generation of Panthers

Old Mission Peninsula School is excited to welcome a new preschool to campus.  Registration now open for children 3 years old to pre-k.  

Thank you to our sponsors

Old Mission Peninsula Education Foundation

A community-supported 501(c)3 

Email: info@ompef.org

Phone: 231-492-0327

2699 Island View Drive

Traverse City, MI 49686

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