Dear Crusader Families:

This is an evolving and daunting situation. Realizing that our state and local health officials are most in the know, we are leaning on their expertise and insight in framing our response to the situation. Certainly keeping all Crusaders safe and exposure free is at the forefront of our thought process. We will continue to monitor all information provided to us from the CDC, the Michigan Departments of Education and Health and Human Services. The MCC Leadership and Crisis teams will consult when necessary to assess the situation and make any decisions that are warranted and appropriate for Muskegon Catholic Central.

Please use the links below to access your student(s) appropriate building information and school work.

May God continue to bless you, your family, and all Crusaders! Please do not hesitate to contact me or any member of the MCC Leadership Team if you have questions or concerns.

In Christ always!

Ken R. Rasp

President, Muskegon Catholic Central

231-291-0324 - Office

[email protected] 

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