Mason County Central
Hello to all MCC students, parents and community members. We are moving into a launch stage of our learning plan starting Thursday of this week. You have received contact from your child’s advisor last week. If you did not return a call, please do. We not only want to communicate the remote learning plan to you but genuinely care about your child’s well being and want to know how they are doing during this tough time.
Students will either be using our online resources or be utilizing paper packets if you do not have a computer or internet access. On Thursday, April 24th we will be launching a website with the address http://bit.ly/mcconlinelearning This website will not be live until that day. You can access a link to this site via the MCC app or via the mccschools.org website. If paper packets are needed you can pick those up at a number of hubs in your area. The hubs and delivery times are listed here:
SCHOOL PACKET DELIVERIES- THURSDAYS BEGINNING 04/23/20
Location#1 – Scottville Upper Elementary (Scottville Students)
Location#2 – Scottville Middle School (Custer & Ludington Students)
Locaton#3 – Branch Fire Department
Location#4 – St. Paul’s Church
Location#5 – Victory Baptist Church
Location#6 – Grant Fire Department
Delivery #1 Bus# 15 - St. Paul’s Church 12:15 – 1:00
Scottville Upper Elementary 1:30-2:15
Delivery #2 Bus#16 – Branch Fire Department 12:15 – 1:00
Scottville Middle School 1:30 – 2:15
Delivery #3 Bus#18 – Grant Fire Department 12:15 – 1:00
Victory Baptist Church 1:30 – 2:15
Students advisors will be explaining to you the updates each week and more newsletters will be forthcoming.
We will do our best to communicate with you. Please use the necessary means to communicate with us as well. We still are at a standstill with some big events such as awards ceremonies and graduation. Please be patient with us as we work this out and follow the safety guidelines that we are all under at this time. We must wait for guidance before we make final decisions on these plans. As always, safety is first.
Take care of yourselves and your families. Dive into our learning materials and continue your education with the great work that our staff is providing. Utilize your advisors and teacher’s office hours for questions. We are here to serve you!
Stay safe and healthy, Spartans!
Jeffrey A. Tuka, Principal
Mason County Central High School