Michael 2.0 is a remote-controlled robot that allows Michael, a Van Hoosen student, to attend classes, even though he is often logged in from home or the hospital during his treatment for osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer. The robot is one of five in the state, provided courtesy of the Children’s Miracle Network and the Gilbert Family Foundation, through Beaumont Children’s Hospital. It interactively livestreams the day’s events and keeps Michael up to speed with his schoolwork and classmates. It is one example of how RCS cares about student inclusion and belonging.