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IMPORTANT INFORMATION & REMINDERS
Choice model plan declarations: Notify your student’s school of any changes to your current declaration for virtual or in-person instruction before 12:00 noon, December 8, 2020. Due to testing and end of year preparation, choice model preferences will remain in effect for the full spring semester (January 6-May 21, 2021).
Gifted referral window: Parents and teachers can refer students through the online application located on the MCSD Families Page. This will be the only referral window for the 2020 - 2021 school year.…
We are continuing to monitor the outcomes of this ongoing pandemic. As you are likely aware, cases of COVID-19 are currently on the rise throughout our nation and state. We remain in contact with a panel of medical professionals to review our local situation. Although we cannot predict future implications of COVID-19, we try our best to plan and prepare for all possible situations. We especially focus on items that could affect you and your student(s).
Based on current conditions, we plan to continue with our choice model plan following the Thanksgiving break…
“We applaud our schools, District support teams, parents, and students for their hard work and dedication that contributed to the steady increase of our…
- This tool is mandatory for all employees and optional for students, but we strongly encourage participation to help us mitigate exposure and risks.
- Each employee and student/parent will receive a daily email notification, starting at 5:00 a.m., to complete the assessment prior to or upon arrival to his/her assigned District site.
- The District will use the email address currently in Infinite Campus with your student’s assigned school…
Gustavo Varela Leon, a senior at Hardaway High School, and Pranati Yadlapalli, a junior at Columbus High School, will represent the Muscogee County School District. The council includes middle and high school students, representing schools from each Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) district in Georgia.
"Now more than ever, it is…
SafeSchools Alert is our district's tip reporting service. If you have information about a threat to our safety, or to report a bullying incident, do your part and report it! And remember, you can remain anonymous.
Submit a report through these easy options:
Or call us our anonymous tip line: 762-583-9079
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.Benjamin Franklin