Under this headline you will find weekly lessons for Prek - 5th grade students. Paper copies of the packets are also available in bins located at the front entrance of the school. Thank you for your help with this process as we make resources available during the school closure.
Thinking Maps are a great way to break down information into chunks. Today's Thinking Map will allow us to compare and contrast two characters in a story. Compare means to tell how they are alike and contrast means to tell how they are different. Click on the link and see how well you can use a Thinking Map! Good Luck!
Parents, individual packets are available for students receiving Tier support. Please contact our Literacy Specialists for resources. Jo Levert (Grades K-2) email@example.com or Julia Burge (Grades 3-5) firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your help with Distant Learning.
Grab and go meals, now including breakfast, are available free of charge to all children 18 and under during the school closure. Click heading to learn more.
Superintendent Seals Update for MCS Families
Update as of 03.27.20
The first week of distance learning is in the books, and we are so proud of, and thankful for, the outstanding work of our teachers, students, and you to make it a success.
I am pleased to let you know that report cards for the 3rd nine weeks of school will be distributed on April 2, 2020. As you recall, the release of these report cards was delayed due to the unusual circumstances of school closure. Parents of students in grades K-2 will receive their child’s report card through the mail. Parents of students in grades 3-12 may access their child’s report card online via Active Parent or Active Student accounts beginning on April 2. Read more