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Elementary, Middle and HS Students (Grades K - 12) will be distance learning in according to the following schedule:

Grades K-8:  Returns December 7th
Grades 9-12: Returns December 9th

All students are expected to Zoom into their classes for direct instruction and utilize Google Classroom to complete assignments.  The Manistique Middle and High School is providing room 217 for students that have poor or nonexistent internet access.  Emerald Elementary has a similar set up, contact the school for details. If necessary, transportation will be provided through normal bus routes.  Contact Principal Shiner (MMHS) or Principal Boyle (Emerald) directly with any questions.

Meal distribution during distance learning

Welcome To Manistique Area Schools!

Manistique Area Schools is located in Schoolcraft County which is one of the largest counties geographically in the State of Michigan, bordered on the south by Lake Michigan and extending sixty miles north almost to Lake Superior.  The main industries of Schoolcraft County are paper-making, limestone mining, wood harvesting, and tourism.

Manistique is a picturesque city of 3,080 people located in the southwest corner of Schoolcraft County at the mouth of the Manistique River.  A significant minority population is Native American, members of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians.  A large portion of Schoolcraft county is in the Hiawatha National Forest on the west, the Manistique River State Forest in the central region, and the Seney National Wildlife Refuge to the northeast.

The Manistique Area School district encompasses most of Schoolcraft County including the City of Manistique and the following townships: Doyle, Germfask, Hiawatha, Manistique, Mueller and Thompson.  The total area of the district is 880 square miles with a population of approximately 8,000.  The district operates an elementary school, a middle-high school and a 9-12 alternative school.  The administration office is located in the City of Manistique, approximately 0.3 miles off Highway US-2 in the middle-high school building.