Farwell ElementaryGrades Pre K-3
Catheryn Gross, Principal268 E. Ohio St. - Farwell, MI 48622
Phone: (989) 588-9916 or (989) 588-4411
Fax Number: (989)-588-0158
Important information for parents or guardians of student’s eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch at Farwell Timberland Alternative High School.
What is the Pandemic-EBT Program?
The Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) Program gives food benefits to families with children who were not able to get free or reduced-price school meals due to COVID. You may hear about this benefit from other schools or in the media.What does a School Day Look Like This Year?--------------Drop Off and Pick up InstructionsImportant Times and Instrucitons for Parents
Download this PDF for the instructions--------------Click below to read ourFES Virtual Learning ContractClcik on the links below to see the 2020-21 School Supply ListsOnline Resources For Students
The following requirements will be in effect for the November 2019 reporting period: Required for all children entering kindergarten, all 6th grade students, and all children changing school districts:
- Two doses of varicella (Var) vaccine or history of chickenpox disease
Required for all children 11-18 years of age who are changing school districts or who are enrolled in 6th grade:
- One dose of meningococcal (MCV4 or MPSV4) vaccine
There are many resources available to you at www.MCIR.org or call the Region 5 MCIR Help Desk at (888) 217.3904 or the State MCIR Help Desk at (888) 243.6652. If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to also call your local health department.
Community Mental Health for Central Michigan
Community Mental Health for Central Michigan (CMHCM) is offering a variety of services to our communities via telephone and teletherapy options during this challenging time. In addition to our existing services we are now offering short-term brief therapy at no cost to members of our communities. CMHCM serves Midland, Gladwin, Isabella, Clare, Mecosta, and Osceola Counties. Community members will have access to up to four sessions of free therapy to address mental health needs related to our current difficult times. Please contact your local CMHCM office to inquire about this service.
The following Crisis Intervention Services remain available:
CMHCM-24-7 Crisis Mobile Intervention Team Services (CMIT). If you or someone you know is having a crisis, the CMHCM CMIT staff can assess, safety plan and connect you with services. CMIT is available 24-7 and can be reached by calling (local CMHCM phone number).
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is also available 24-7 at 1-800-273-8255.
- Crisis text line is available 24-7 by texting home to 741741.
- National Disaster Distress helpline 1-800-958-5950.
- COVID-19 Helpline is available at 1-800-535-6136 or by text at 66746.
- A statewide peer-operated warm line is available at 1-888-733-7753, which is operated by individuals in recovery who are available to connect one on one with you.