Remote Learning Status Announcement
Due to the current safety protocols set forth in the shelter-in-place orders, MCS students will continue in Remote Learning and will not return to campus for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. As a school community, we are going to do our part in beating this pandemic and we are going to keep our students loved, challenged, and growing.
God is in control and will never leave us or forsake us, especially when we face trials such as the COVID-19 and the shelter-in-place.
Planning for End of School Year
MCS is in the process of planning important year-end activities such as 8th Grade Graduation, Volunteer Appreciation, awards ceremonies, etc.
Our team will put every ounce of effort in making our year-end activities flavored with the MCS tradition that we all know and love.
Option A: If the shelter-in-place restrictions are lifted prior to the start of our scheduled summer programs, MCS will provide summer programs on campus with required safety guidelines.
Option B: If the shelter-in-place restrictions have not been lifted prior to the start date of our scheduled summer programs, MCS will provide remote summer experiences.
As soon as we can, we will send out information to help you plan.
The 2020-21 School Year Begins August 12, 2020
We are planning and we will be ready for both Option A and Option B:
Option A - school is back in session with guidelines and safety practices and we will return to the campus as we have done in the past!
Option B - remote learning will continue until the shelter-in-place restrictions are lifted.
Our plans will be based upon the government mandates and CDC guidelines.
Our 4th-grade students missed their Outdoor Education Experience and our teachers are planning two ODE's for next year! Stay tuned.
This summer, we will continue with Lions, Dinners, and Roars to keep our families connected and informed of our planning.
MCS Academic Focus for 2020-21
As you know, MCS has determined that a major priority for next year is to focus upon STEAM as we further equip our students in the areas of innovation, creativity, problem-solving, and grit (learning to persevere even if we do not succeed the first time).
Our Preschool through 8th-grade science program will involve hands-on learning experiences as our students will see that learning science is fun!