Upper Elementary Students' of the Month for May: 3rd grade.... Kaitlynn Hawke 4th grade.... Gavin Griswold 5th grade.... Ren Dunblazier Congratulations!!!!
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
Here is the flyer for the local gardening and nature workshops for youth ages 8-10 for this summer. Parents must register their children through the MSU Extension office, and all of the information is contained on the flyer.
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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Good morning, Spartan Country! We are gearing up for summer sports to begin! Sign-up and flyers will be coming home periodically between now and the end of the year! Here are the hockey and football flyers that will be going home this week! Basketball flyers went home last week and are available on-line! After the last year we have all had, let's get our students' playing outside; being active; and, most of all, having FUN this summer!
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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Dear MCC School Family, To eliminate any confusion regarding the CDC's recent masking guidelines for tomorrow, Monday, May 17th... Mason County Central Schools WILLREQUIRE all students, staff and visitors to continue to wear masks for the foreseeable future... likely for the remainder of this school year. Since Friday's announcement we have received further clarifying guidance for schools from the CDC, then MDHHS and now from District Health Department #10's Medical Director, Dr. Morse. All 3 of these entities clearly state that for all those able in schools to continue wearing masks through the remainder of the this school year. MCC has consistently followed the guidance of our healthcare experts from the beginning of this pandemic. The good news is the vaccines are working and have put us on a path back to normalcy. If this trend continues, it is very likely when we return to school in the fall, we will experience a more normal school environment. We are close to the finish line Spartans... Stay Vigilant... Stay Strong... and Stay Healthy!!!
over 1 year ago, Jeff Mount
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital Thursday, May 20, 2021 3p.m. to 8 p.m. No out of pocket cost. The state of Michigan has expanded eligibility to those 12+ Sign up for an appointment Registration is easy. 1. Call 833.755.0696 for scheduling those who are 12 to 17. Those over 17 can also go to www.spectrumhealth.org/covid19/covid-19-vaccine and click on the green “Schedule your vaccination” button. 2. Answer the questions. 3. Select Ludington Hospital location. The clinic will be held in Classroom A&B on the lower level off the North Entrance. Please park in the lot off Lawndale Avenue, at the back of the hospital and enter through the North entrance. Vaccinations help protect you and your loved ones from COVID-19 and allow you to gather and work more safely.
over 1 year ago, Jeff Mount
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Here are a couple of pictures from Mrs. Chalko's room! The kids are working on a special Mother's Day surprise! Happy Mother's Day to all of the awesome ladies in our students' lives!
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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May 16th thru May 29, 4-H and the MSU Extension is partnering to host a virtual run "across" the Campus of Michigan State University! Please find all the information needed on this flyer. You can enroll at this link: https://events.anr.msu.edu/CrossCampusCruise
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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Please see the attached picture for the Joint Vaccine Statement from District Health Department #10 and Area Superintendents
over 1 year ago, Amy Mikulskis
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Parents of Mason County Central Students please take a moment to head on over to our Parent survey page to take a brief survey about your child's school year and give us your feedback. Thank you! https://www.mccschools.org/page/parent-surveys
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
If your son or daughter is interested in basketball opportunities this summer, please fill out the Google form on the link below. This is for boys and girls who will be in 3rd thru 9th grade in the 2021/2022 school year. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScEn3FV-Z3QEIxMnO8rg7eUqjV4z0G0RJm3rn7NUZfxJlY-Xw/viewform
over 1 year ago, Amy Mikulskis
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Upper Elementary May Newsletter! We all would like to send out congratulations to our Students of the Month: 3rd grade... Nathan Ramirez, 4th grade... Olivia Busk, and 5th grade... Max Reed! Important dates to make note of: No school May 21st, and No school May 31st!
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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April Showers Bring Spartan Flowers!!! Ms. Brock and a couple of our 3rd graders showing off their Spartan Flower's art projects!
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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Tomorrow is our annual "Blue Out" for Autism/Disability Awareness Month!!! We are encouraging all students and staff to wear BLUE!!!!
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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Ms. Stibitz's class at their Track and Field Day this morning. Our PE teacher, Mrs. Johnson, is setting aside time every Wednesday morning to get all of our in-person classes over to our track to enjoy some track and field events!
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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Check out the News Feed of this App or the District Website to learn more about the West Shore Educational Service District's Special Education Millage Renewal Election coming up on Tuesday, May 4th.
over 1 year ago, Jeff Mount
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Check out the News Feed of this App or the District Website to learn more about the WSESD Special Education Millage Renewal Election coming up on Tuesday, May 4th.
over 1 year ago, Jeff Mount
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The PTC Spartan Apparel has arrived! There were some styles and sizes that are running late... But don't fret! They are on their way! When they get here we will send those home. So until then enjoy the apparel that will be coming home today!!!
over 1 year ago, Amanda Baker
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April 16, 2021 Dear School Community, As noted on our COVID-19 Dashboard, Friday morning, April 16, 2021 we learned about 2 School Associated Cases of COVID-19, one in Scottville Elementary and one student in the Upper Elementary. We are working closely with District Health Department #10 to identify Close Contacts of this School Associated Cases. Any students or staff that have been identified as a close contact will be notified by the health department and/or Mason County Central Schools as a part of the COVID-19 investigation process. Please answer the phone if the health department or MCC Schools calls you, as a contact tracer may be trying to reach you with important information. Thank you for understanding that, due to medical privacy laws, we are not able to release the names of the individuals with COVID-19. We will continue to communicate changes and updates with you. With your help, we believe we can maintain a safe environment while also providing quality education. If you have any questions, contact District Health Department #10 at 231-845-7381. For answers to your COVID-19 questions, please call the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 Hotline at 888-535-6136 or visit Michigan.gov/coronavirus. Sincerely, Jeff Mount Superintendent
over 1 year ago, Jeff Mount
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Parents of Mason County Central Students please take a moment to head on over to our Parent survey page to take a brief survey about your child's school year and give us your feedback. Thank you! https://www.mccschools.org/page/parent-surveys
over 1 year ago, Amy Mikulskis
Dear MCC School Family, Today, the Governor and MDHHS encouraged High Schools to pause all face to face activities (including sports) for two weeks. Unlike the December mandatory shutdown of our High School, this was a recommendation. Since coming back from Spring Break we have seen 5 positive cases here at Mason County Central Schools with 2 of those cases happening in the High School. At this time, our number of cases do not justify the need to pause our face to face instruction and shutdown our athletics for 2 weeks. While that time may come if the circumstances change, we learned from the mandatory December shutdown that such a pivot to online instruction had a detrimental impact on many of our high school students' academic progress. We do not want to repeat such a mistake... and this time, it would be voluntary. So, we will continue to stay the course but ask that all of you double down on your efforts to monitor your family's health and do the morning health checks before coming to school. If a student has any of the symptoms: Fever, Sore Throat, Cough/Shortness of Breath, Diarrhea/Vomiting, or Headache - please stay home and get a COVID test. Coming to school could cause the illness to spread and/or require unnecessary quarantines for others. And in the meantime, Mason County Central Schools will continue to work hard on our end to provide a clean, healthy and safe learning environment. Stay Healthy and Strong Spartans!!
over 1 year ago, Jeff Mount
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