A lot of time and effort has gone into ensuring a safe return to school for students and staff this fall during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please check here frequently for further updates on starting school for the 2020-2021 year. There is also information available specific to each school which can be found by clicking on the school's link above.
Meal Sign Up For Virtual/Online Learners ONLY BAPS Covid Reporting Dashboard
Bad Axe Public Schools Reopening Overview Doc
BAPS Covid-19 Preparedness & Response Plan (Approved) Reopening Schools- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
MI Safe Schools Roadmap American Academy of Pediatrics Planning Considerations
CDC Covid-19 Process For a Covid-19 Case At School (Health Dept)
- 2020-2021 School Calendar (New)
- School of Choice Form (in PDF)
- Enrollment Form (in PDF)
- Household Information Report 2020-2021
- Instructions for Completing the Household Information Report 20-21
- Student Bus Change Request Form
- Pathways to Potential (in Word)
- Clubs & Extracurricular Activities (in PDF)
- Process to Handle Concerns (in PDF)
- Michigan Special Education Safeguards
Bad Axe is a rural community with a population of approximately 3,000. It is the county seat for Huron County located in the Upper "Thumb" of Michigan. The district encompasses the City of Bad Axe and parts of Verona, Colfax, Meade, Lincoln, Sheridan, and Bingham townships.
Within close proximity to the school campus is the Huron Medical Center, Huron Intermediate School District and Technical Center, Huron County Fairgrounds and Ice Arena, Huron County Courthouse, Gemini Group Inc., Huron Daily Tribune, Huron County View, Bad Axe Theatre, WLEW Radio, and a wide variety of shopping, restaurants, and other locally owned businesses.
ONCE A HATCHET.....ALWAYS A HATCHET!
Bad Axe Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of the Protected Classes of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and transgender identity), disability, age (except as authorized by law), religion, military status, ancestry or genetic information (collectively, "Protected Classes") in its educational programs or activities. Inquiries or complaints on discrimination may be directed to Gregory M. Newland, Superintendent at 989-269-9938.