Rep. Schroeder: Governor’s revised ‘stay home’ order includes some changes helping Oakland County on slow, safe journey to ‘some semblance of normalcy’

Rep. Andrea Schroeder of Oakland County’s Independence Township issued the following statement today: “Oakland County has been devastated by COVID-19, but our community is strong and we will persevere. We will return to some semblance of normalcy by continuing to work together in everyone’s best interests. “The governor’s revised ‘stay home’ order includes some loosened…

Rep. Schroeder issues statement on governor’s new COVID-19 ‘stay home’ order

Rep. Andrea Schroeder of Oakland County’s Independence Township today issued a statement on Gov. Whitmer’s extended and expanded ‘stay home’ order related to COVID-19. The order extends through the end of April: “Sadly, everyone in Oakland County likely knows someone who has had or tragically perished from COVID-19. Our top mission – saving lives and…

Rep. Schroeder issues statement on executive order related to schools and coronavirus

Rep. Andrea Schroeder of Oakland County’s Independence Township today issued the following statement after Gov. Whitmer’s executive order regarding school closings and the coronavirus outbreak. The executive order was crafted with bipartisan input from the Legislature: “The health of our students, teachers, school employees, and all Oakland County residents comes before everything else. There is…

Rep. Schroeder: Maintaining mental health during the coronavirus outbreak

By Rep. Andrea Schroeder of Independence Township As we are forced into the COVID-19 culture, we’ve spent countless hours focused on our physical and financial health. We check for signs of fever. We check our finances. It is the nature of the world in which we live these days. But as we incorporate scary-sounding phrases…

Rep. Schroeder postpones March office hours due to COVID-19

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder announced her March 23 office hours are postponed in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. “To assist our state’s preventative efforts, our office will suspend all in-person constituent events at this time,” Rep. Schroeder said. “The health and safety of residents is my top priority. I look forward to resuming in-person…

Rep. Schroeder announces winners of district photo contest

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder recently announced the winners of her 2020 district photo contest. Residents from throughout the 43rd District submitted photos for consideration. “This was a wonderful opportunity to showcase the beautiful place Oakland County residents call home and recognize the creativity of our neighbors,” Schroeder said. “I was impressed with the talent of…

Rep. Schroeder details plan aimed at helping save Michigan students from suicide

Rep. Andrea Schroeder is detailing her plan to help troubled youth get the assistance they need to prevent suicides. The ‘Save Our Students’ plan would require schools that issue student identification cards to include a crisis and suicide prevention hotline on each card. The suggestion for this plan came from a grieving Oakland County mother…

Rep. Schroeder announces March office hours

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder invites residents to her in-district office hours on Monday, March 23 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Clarkston Independence District Library, 6495 Clarkston Road in Clarkston. “Talking directly with the people of Oakland County is one of my favorite parts of public service,” Rep. Schroeder said. “While in the private…