Berkley parents are very involved and our community cares – and that makes all the difference.
Our parents believe in an education which prepares our students with well-rounded opportunities and challenging experiences necessary for individuals to succeed in life. As one parent put it, Berkley provides “life-prep.” Related to that, the level of commitment and quality of our PTAs throughout the district is impressive with a focus on academic achievement and post-secondary education opportunities for all students.
To view more parent resources, quick links, district information and more, check out all the links in the drop down menus under PARENTS above.
Please read the Family Access Information and Help document to assist you in using Family Access.
- Learn how to change your account information.
- Learn how to select which email messages and or phone calls you want to receive via Skylert (i.e. Emergency, General, Attendance).
- Learn more about Food Service and Gradebook information.
- Please contact your school office if you need additional information.
Family Access Resource Links
You can help slow the spread of colds and flu. Always remember to:
- Cough or sneeze into a tissue and throw it away
- If you don't have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your sleeve
- Wash hands often
Other Good Health Habits
- Avoid close contact
Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you are sick, keep your distance from others to protect them from getting sick too.
- Stay home when you are sick
If possible, stay home from work, school, and errands when you are sick. You will help prevent others from catching your illness.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth
Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth.
- Take good care of yourself
Make sure to exercise daily, eat healthy food, drink water and get plenty of sleep.
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Athletic Medical Form
Health Appraisal Form
Medication Permission Form
Over the Counter Medication Form
Self Administered Medication Form
Have suggestions? Email Jessica Stilger, Communications Supervisor
State of Michigan College Savings Plans
Michigan Education Trust (MET) is a prepaid tuition program that allows parents, grandparents, or others to pre-purchase undergraduate tuition and mandatory fees. For additional information about MET, call 1-800-MET-4-KID (1-800-638-4543) or visit the MET website.
Michigan Education Savings Program (MESP)
MESP is designed to assist families with preparing for higher education expenses. Parents and others can open an account for a child/beneficiary that can grow through regular contributions and through investment growth. Various investment options are available. For additional information about MESP, call 1-877-861-MESP (1-877-861-6377) or visit the MESP website.
It Can Wait
Sign the It Can Wait pledge to never text and drive
The Berkley School District provides student accident insurance for all students in pre-school through grade twelve. This insurance is purchased from Student Assurance Services, In. and provides the following coverage to students (please refer to the attached Policy Schedule for exact coverage):
- attending regular school sessions
- participating in or attending school-sponsored and supervised extracurricular activities
- participating in school-sponsored and supervised interscholastic sports
- traveling directly to and from school for regular school session; and while traveling to and from school sponsored and supervised extracurricular activities in school-provided transportation.
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE COVERAGE THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IS PURCHASING IS A SUPPLEMENT TO YOUR FAMILY HEALTH INSURANCE. It pays only after your family health or auto policy and then within the limits of the policy's benefits (explanation of benefits attached). This plan does not cover penalties imposed for failure to use providers preferred or designated by your primary coverage.
Filing of the claim is the parent's responsibility.
- Parents notify the school and obtain a claim form immediately. The school will fill out Part A if it's a school injury.
- Parents complete Part B. Answer all questions.
- Parents submit copies of your itemized bills to your own family insurance first, even if you have a large deductible. You will be sent a report called an Explanation of Benefits (EOB).
- Parents send the claim form, copies of itemized bills and the EOB to:
STUDENT ASSURANCE SERVICES, INC.
P.O. BOX 196
STILLWATER, MN 55082
- The claim will be completed when all of the above documents have been provided. Should you have a question as to the status of a claim, you can contact Student Assurance Services, Inc., at 1-800-328-2739.
NOTE: Students must have been treated by a licensed physician within 60 days of the date of the injury. Proof of the claim should be submitted within 90 days from the date of accident, or a reasonable time thereafter not to exceed one year. The company is responsible only for expenses incurred within one year.
Claim forms and additional information about the insurance program will be available at www.sas-mn.com beginning in September.
Students and Technology
Find the Technology Plan & Acceptable Use Forms on the Technology page.