Good Afternoon Scotville Elementary Families Virtual and Face 2 Face. If you have NOT had a chance to fill out the back to school paper work that is located on our Scottville Elementary web page, please head on over there and get that done, our deadline to have this in is October 2nd. Keep an eye out for paper work to be coming home with your children in Friday folders or in the mail as we have mailed some paper work to families who are virtual learners as well. Also if we have NOT gotten a copy of your child's birth certificate, proof of residency, and/or immunization records please send a copy in your child's back pack or we can meet you at the front door and make a copy. Thank you!!
Head on over to the News section of the app to check out the September/October Newsletter From Mr. Etchison.
Good evening Spartan families, we’re looking forward to starting our third week of school and want to thank everyone for being patient and understanding as we all adjust to the changes we’ve needed to make this fall. The children have been doing a great job making the adjustments and are all settling in quite well. Please make sure your child(ren) are bringing a clean mask to school each day. If you have masks you’d like to donate for children that need one please contact our office. We have extras but will accept donations as well. Thank you for your continued support.
Employment Opportunity: MCC Food Service is in need of part time help, Mon-Fri, 5-6 hours/day, $13/hour. No nights, weekends or holidays required. Apply at https://www.mccschools.org/o/district/page/employment--610 Job ID 101
Pick Up and Drop Off Clarification: Drop off is at 8:10 each morning, no recess before school. Start time 8:17, breakfast will be served in classrooms and those children will have until 8:30 to eat. Kindergarten Students - 1st Day of School: Drop off on the Magic Square (If NOT raining) Drop off at West Entrance (IF raining) Pick up at West Entrance Rest of the School Year: Drop off at Front Entrance Pick up at West Entrance 1st Grade Students: Drop off will always be at the Front Entrance Pick up will always be at the Front Entrance 2nd Grade Students: Drop off will always be at the Front Entrance Pick up will always be at the East Entrance If you have questions please give us a call 757-4701. The office will be staffed starting at 7:30 each morning.
Good evening everyone, I have a few important things to share with you. The first is an important announcement for our Kindergarten families. If it isn't raining Tuesday morning at 8:10, the Kindergarten teachers will meet you out back on the Magic Square for student drop off (first day only). If it is raining, you may drop your Kindergarten child off at the West entrance (1st and 2nd grade parents will drop off at the front entrance as originally planned). Please do not enter the west parking lot with your vehicle as there will be children and parents in the lot posing a safety hazard. You may park on Maple St. or Gay St. Let's keep our fingers crossed that the rain holds off until later in the morning. All Spartan Families: Please remember that drop off times have changed this year, students will not be able to come inside the building until 8:10 each day and we won't have a recess prior to school starting due to COVID. Beginning on Wednesday morning, all K-2 students can be dropped off at the front entrance (Tuesday - 1st and 2nd only). Remember Scottville Elementary will be releasing all K-2 students at 11:20 the first day of school. Please wear your masks at pick up and drop off and remember parents cannot enter the building at this time. We will have adults throughout the building helping the children get to their classrooms.
Good Morning Scottville Elementary Family, Please head on over to our website and check out our Teacher's Welcome Back Video's and a Special Kindergarten PowerPoint presentation. mccschools.org
Please visit our website tomorrow: www.mccschools.org for teacher introduction videos and an important Kindergarten Orientation slideshow presentation. Our office will be open tomorrow from 8:00 - 3:00. Spartan Connected families that didn't have time in their schedule to stop by today may stop by to pick up their materials. We can also accept enrollment paperwork if you need to enroll your child(ren) for the 2020-2021 school year.
Good afternoon, this is an important reminder to all our Spartan Connected online families: Tomorrow - Thursday, September 3rd from 8:00 - 3:00 we will have a district wide Spartan Connected “curbside pickup” at each of the school buildings. Scottville Elementary families should come to the front entrance, ring the “door bell” and wait for someone to come out to assist them. You will receive two short agreements that need to be filled out when you arrive. We recommend parents take them back to their car and bring them back to the front entrance when finished. Once we have these you will receive materials your child will need to get started. Families that do not have WiFi and need a downloaded device will have a pick up date next week. Those families should reach out to the teacher for more information. Our Go Math books are on the way and you will need to stop back by the school to pick their’s up when they arrive...we will keep you posted. ***Please practice social distancing and wear your face mask if there are others waiting when you arrive.
Good morning, as we worked to finalize our class lists this past week we noticed that some families that made their selection for face to face or Spartan Connected learning did not have their children officially enrolled at Mason County Central. If you have made your selection but not yet turned in your enrollment packet please do so immediately. Unfortunately we won’t have contact information for those students so they would not receive our mailing with class information. If you have questions please contact me at 231-757-4701 ext 520 or reach out to me here and I will help you finalize the process. Thank you!
Good Afternoon Spartan Families, We have several important updates to share with you today. First, you can expect to receive a letter at the beginning of next week with your child’s teacher assignment and class information. Grade level supply lists are posted on the MCC App, our website and the Scottville Elementary Facebook page. We will have a Spartan Connected “curbside pick-up” for parents to pick up everything students will need to get started this fall on Thursday, September 3rd from 8:00 - 3:00 at Scottville Elementary. Spartan Connected families should expect to receive a phone call from their child’s teacher this week to gather some needed information. Back to School Night will be virtual this year and will be posted next Monday, August 31st after 3:00 on the MCC App, our website and the Scottville Elementary Facebook page.
Good Afternoon, we will be posting important information for parents regarding our Back to School video (replacing back to school nights this year), class assignments, supply lists and Information for our Spartan Connected online learners tomorrow afternoon...stay tuned.
Spartan Connected - Scottville Elementary We understand many of our parents that have chosen our Spartan Connected option want a consistent daily schedule for their child. We’re recommending families follow this schedule starting promptly at 8:30 each morning. However, we know a morning learning schedule doesn’t work for everyone depending on work schedules. We’ve designed a flexible model that combines teacher taught lessons, real-time interaction between teacher and students along with opportunities for students to interact with each other, daily teacher accessibility and uploaded content so students can learn at their own pace. This model is designed for students that choose remote learning while we are in Phase 4. If we are placed back in Phase 3, all K-2 students will follow this model of learning. Accountability will be a fundamental part of our children’s learning with this model and solid expectations will be set. There will exist a solid set of expectations for students and parents to follow so learning can take place through Google Classroom. Here is what you can expect each day from the K-2 Spartan Connected model: 8:30 - 9:00: Morning check-in with the teacher and classmates via Google Hangout. 1 - 2.5 hrs: Uploaded teacher taught lessons and/or instruction videos with time to complete assignments that will be turned in (this allows for students to work at their own pace but gives families an estimate of the time they should set aside each day). 20-30 min: One-on-one/small group (student specific) remote interventions are possible if needed (# of days per week determined by teacher and scheduled with parent scheduled with parent) ***The Google Hangout will be open throughout the morning each day so parents or students can jump back in to ask questions about the uploaded lessons taught by our teachers and any additional instructional videos they’ve included. Outside of the normal school time frame, parents will need to set up a communication method with the teacher in case they need support (i.e email). ***All lessons, instructional videos and assignments will be accessible anytime after they’re initially posted to meet family schedules but there will be assignment deadlines just as there are in a traditional school setting. ***Mrs. Greiner, our Student Success Specialist, will be available daily. Families can connect her via phone or in a Google Hangout if support is needed. ***Specials would not be offered to K-2 Spartan Connected students in Phase 4. ***K-5 students that choose our Spartan Connected model but have connectivity issues will have access to the same content as those with wifi connectivity. They will receive a Chromebook with all content downloaded onto it, one week at a time. Each week they will need to return it to school so we can retrieve student work and reload content for the next week. ***Spartan Connected students may check out a chromebook if they need a device while learning remotely.
Good Evening! Ms. Angie and I have organized a couple opportunities for families to register their children for Preschool and Kindergarten in the upcoming weeks. If you have already turned in a packet you're all set for now, if you have one to turn in, stop by and we'll get it processed for you. We'll have packets available for those that need one and a place for you to fill everything out. We plan on finalizing Kindergarten class lists for the fall following these events. Please check out the attached flyers for more information. We look forward to seeing you soon!
We're looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow "Rain or Shine" for Curbside Pick-Up at Scottville Elementary...Here's the plan in case you missed it... Friday, June 5th between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM at Scottville Elementary. Our teachers and office staff will be present to bring your child’s things out to you. If you’re unable to fit time in that day to pick everything up, you can send someone in your place. They will be asked who they’re picking items up for. Please make sure you/they go to the correct location for the grade level(s) your child is in. Scottville Elementary Pick - Up Locations: 2nd grade parents should pull into the east parking lot down by second grade classrooms. Please stay in your vehicle, we will come to you. 1st grade parents should pull up out front of Scottville Elementary. Please stay in your vehicle, we will come to you. Kindergarten parents should pull into the west parking lot down by the kindergarten classrooms, please stay in your vehicle, we will come to you. Parents planning to walk to school are asked to follow social distancing practices and are asked to wear masks. Our staff will be wearing masks and gloves when within 6 feet of our families or each other. The entire District is planning this process for next Friday. If you have children in other buildings, please check the MCC App or building level social media posts for specific information regarding those buildings. Have a Great Weekend!
Hi Everyone, as we approach the last week of school we have scheduled a day for families to come up to the school for “curbside pick up” to get things their children left at school prior to the mandatory closing. This will be a little tricky as we will need to follow pretty strict safety guidelines that are required of schools to carry out this process. Here’s what we have planned: Friday, June 5th between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM at Scottville Elementary. Our teachers and office staff will be present to bring your child’s things out to you. If you’re unable to fit time in that day to pick everything up, you can send someone in your place. They will be asked who you/they’re picking items up for. Please make sure you/they go to the correct location for the grade level(s) your child is in. Scottville Elementary Pick - Up Locations: 2nd grade parents should pull into the east parking lot down by second grade classrooms. Please stay in your vehicle, we will come to you. 1st grade parents should pull up out front of Scottville Elementary. Please stay in your vehicle, we will come to you. Kindergarten parents should pull into the west parking lot down by the kindergarten classrooms, please stay in your vehicle, we will come to you. Parents planning to walk to school are asked to follow social distancing practices and are asked to wear masks. Our staff will be wearing masks and gloves when within 6 feet of our families or each other. The entire District is planning this process for next Friday. If you have children in other buildings, please check the MCC App or building level social media posts for specific information regarding those buildings. Have a Great Weekend!
Hi everyone, this week we'll be talking about giving back. When you have time please listen to this story, Ordinary Mary's Extraordinary Deed read by a group of children. As you listen, pay attention to the ways that people give back. Tomorrow, we'll talk about what it means to be generous and some of the things people did in the story. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGCp04MBFrw
Join us for some Birthday Shout Outs" this morning with Mrs. Greiner. Happy Birthday to all those that have celebrated their special day since we have been out of school!!! https://youtu.be/ie5fpD7VngE
Here's a great message from Mrs. Greiner. She talks to us about the Zones of Regulation and recognizing which zone we are in so we can choose the correct tools to help us when we have big feelings. https://youtu.be/3S5RqPAA5-I
Good Morning Spartan Families, please try to find some time to check out this great message from Mrs. Greiner about wellness. She talks to us about how exercise can help keep our minds and bodies healthy and how it makes us feel better. Have a great day everyone!!! https://youtu.be/nn1Zg5O-wQU
National Teacher Appreciation Week is celebrated May 4th through the end of this week. I'd like to extend a special thank you to our teachers at Scottville Elementary. They take on many roles each day, far beyond those of a teacher. They do so out of the love they have for children and because they want to make a difference for each one so they can go forth and achieve their dreams. I couldn't be more proud to be a Spartan! I also want to recognize others that work with our children at Scottville Elementary. Educating children takes a team of special people that also includes Student Success Specialists, Social Workers, Paraprofessionals, Office Staff, Custodians, Food Service Staff and Transportation Staff. Each of these groups has a special, important role in our children's lives each day. I’d like to thank these folks at Scottville Elementary for the passion each of them bring to school each day for teaching and learning. While learning looks much different at the moment, I'm so proud of the effort my school family has put into facing the challenges of distance learning to continue offering learning experiences for our young Spartans. Also, I want to extend a special thank you to those at home working with their children to ensure learning continues during this time we need to stay at home...we appreciate your efforts!
Good Afternoon Spartan families, please read this message to your children and watch this video with them when you have time today. "Hi boys and girls, we're all leaders for others in our lives and many times we don't even realize it. That younger brother or sister you think is trying to "bug" you is not usually the case, they look up to you and want to be with you, want to be like you and look to you as a leader. We also have leaders in our lives that we follow. We have been talking about leadership qualities this week. Let's start telling one another when we recognize members of our family making great choices, setting great examples and acting like great Spartan leaders!!! https://youtu.be/LtbWXEUuGZ4
Hi everyone, today we'll continue our discussion about leaders. We'll talk about the importance of choosing good leaders to follow and then the children can listen to scenarios and decide if the characters are acting as good leaders should or making poor choices as leaders. https://youtu.be/uFPktn6z9lo
Hi everyone, we talk to the children at Scottville Elementary about how as young Spartans we want to be good leaders. I plan on sharing a few videos this week teaching the children about what leaders do and how we can be good leaders. This first video will get them thinking and has a few built in opportunities for you to talk with them about some specifics. https://youtu.be/vbyOMY31PJw
Hello everyone! We hope you've all had a great week...warmer weather ahead! When you have time today check out this great message from Mrs. Greiner. She's talking to us about our Spartan Code. Have a great weekend!!! https://youtu.be/fEbJyvgHGTQ
Mason County Central Schools Scottville Elementary Kindergarten Round-Up It’s that time of year already! We’re now enrolling children into Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. We’ve uploaded fillable enrollment documents onto our MCC Website for those able to access them. Those needing enrollment papers mailed to them can email me at email@example.com. Please include your name, your child’s name, birthdate and physical address. Here is what you need to do to access the online documents: 1. Visit our website at: www.mccschools.org 2. Click on the “schools” link at the top of the page. 3. Select “Scottville Elementary”, this will take you to our building page. 4. Next, click on “Menu” at the top of the page and a blue window will pop up on the side of your screen. 5. Click on “Student Enrollment”. 6. This will take you to a white screen with the instructions you will need to complete the necessary paperwork to get your child enrolled. 7. Once you finish, email the pdf document to Amanda Merkey at: firstname.lastname@example.org. 8. We will need additional documents from you in the near future and will email or call you once we’re at that point. Please reach out to me via email if you have any questions or need assistance. Thank you, Chris Etchison Scottville Elementary Principal
Good Morning Spartan Families! Our MCC Landing Page is now live! Online lessons and resources will be posted one week at a time and are designed to begin on Mondays. Watch for new lessons to be posted each Sunday evening between 4:00 - 6:00. Lessons for week #2 will be posted on Sunday, May 2nd. Please visit the site today and reach out to your child's teacher prior to the weekend if you have any questions or need assistance navigating the website. You can access the Landing Page here: bit.ly/mcconlinelearning
Online Learning Link: Families that are planning to access online learning lessons over the next six weeks can visit the MCC Landing Page at the following web address: bit.ly/mcconlinelearning (This link will go live at 8:00 AM on Thursday, April 23rd. We will post the link again Thursday morning once it's live.
Kids Heart Challenge Prize Update: If your children have been wondering about their Kids Heart Challenge prizes you can share this information with them. Thank you gifts (prizes) are waiting in a warehouse to be shipped when we can all get back together again. We will make sure we communicate how they will distributed once it is safe to get back together.
Hi Everyone, please take a few minutes to check out this video message about our Continual Learning Plan rolling out later this week. https://youtu.be/dvfhbGI5gFs
Good Morning Everyone! I hope this post finds everyone feeling well rested and ready for an incredible day! One thing we talk about at school quite often is our feelings. Please take some time today to watch this video Mrs. Greiner created to teach us some tools we can use when we’re experiencing different feelings. https://youtu.be/ozfpm4bbFPA
Good Morning Spartan Families. As we work to finalize distance learning opportunities for you we want to make sure to include lessons to address the social emotional needs of your children. These videos are designed for you to use when talking about important topics with your children. They can easily be adapted for any age group. We plan to post a couple of these videos each week. Here is the link to our first video this week. https://youtu.be/6VI-nBRDZMk
Directions for Kindergarten Round Up: We have been working on a plan for parents to enroll their children in Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. We've created a link on our website you can visit to access a fillable pdf document that can be sent electronically to us. Once we received your online paperwork, we will send the rest of the documents you will need out to you. If your device doesn’t allow you to complete the form, let me know. Here is what you need to do to access the online document: 1. Visit our website at: www.mccschools.org 2. Click on the “schools” link at the top of the page. 3. Select “Scottville Elementary”, this will take you to our building page. 4. Next, click on “Menu” at the top of the page and a blue window will pop up on the side of your screen. 5. Click on “Student Enrollment”. 6. This will take you to a white screen with the instructions you will need to complete the necessary paperwork to get your child enrolled. 7. Once you finish, email the pdf document to Amanda Merkey at: email@example.com. 8. We will need additional documents from you in the near future and will email or call you once we are at that point. Thank you for choosing us to educate your child. We look forward to working with you over the next few years. Let us know if you have questions or need the document mailed directly to you. You can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your mailing address. Thank You, Chris Etchison Scottville Elementary Principal
Good Morning Everyone! We hope you’re able to enjoy this beautiful weather today. We have collected any medication your child may have had in our office and sent it to our Central Business Office. This includes prescription meds including inhalers and any over the counter meds you may have brought in for your child. Parents may call 757-3713 on Monday or Tuesday of this coming week to set up a time to stop in and pick them up if they are needed. Once the executive order has been lifted and it’s safe for us to gather again we will put together a plan for you to pick up any other items left at school.
Good afternoon, I hope this post finds everyone healthy. There have been a few parents reaching out to us asking "what's next" as we work to support you in educating your children. Our school family began working on a plan as soon as we received the executive order from our Governor last Thursday. I want to thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to develop a well-rounded plan. Teachers will be checking in with their families between now and next Tuesday morning. These contacts will be crucial as we work to gather important information needed to build a concrete communication plan with each of you. Once we have this plan in place, we can roll out an education plan that best fits the needs of all our families (within our means). For now, parents should continue to utilize the resources shared a couple weeks ago. Our top priority is the social-emotional well being of our families. We are really trying to put together something that won't completely overwhelm you because we understand that taking care of your family's basic needs comes first. We're working to connect those in need with community resources. Please contact Mrs. Greiner at 231-613-5425 or email her at email@example.com if you have questions about available resources. You can also contact me at 231-757-4701 ext 520 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be updates shared with our families soon. Take care everyone.
Good Afternoon Spartan Families. As most of you are now aware, we will need to cancel Kindergarten Round Up that was scheduled for April. We’re in the process of working out the details in order for you to be able to register your child to begin in the fall. At this time, please email me (Chris Etchison) at email@example.com if you will need enrollment materials. Please include your name, your child’s name and a contact number in case we need it. Once I hear from you, I’ll get you the information you’ll need and figure out the best method for us to share documents back and forth. If you know someone that does not have access to internet service, please ask them to call my office at 757-4701 (ext. 520). Please share this information with others that may need it. I’ll also post this message to my personal Facebook account.
Good Morning Spartan Families, we've just posted learning at home activities for Art, Music and PE in our News Feed.
Good Afternoon Spartan Families, our grade level resource documents are now available in the news feed. We hope this message finds everyone healthy. We miss you all and can't wait to see you again soon!
Hi everyone, Mrs. Peterson has put together a YouTube channel with read alouds for the children to enjoy while we’re all at home. She plans to add videos each day. Visit the channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWiQDL7GOKSz6aeqw15E3QA
Good morning, the Book Fair will not be open today. We apologize for the last minute change.
Good Afternoon Spartan Families, we have decided to postpone the Daddy-Daughter Dance scheduled for tomorrow evening. This decision is based on the recommendations from our Governor and Health Officials to cancel or postpone events such as this until further notice. Our goal is to reschedule later in the spring if possible. Thank you.
We’re looking forward to meeting with our parents at Parent-Teacher Conferences this week. Contact us if you haven’t scheduled a time to meet with your child’s teacher and we’ll set something up for you. Also, the Book Fair will be open Tuesday and Thursday during Conferences from 3:00-7:00 pm and on Friday before the Daddy-Daughter Dance from 3:00-5:00 pm. Pete the Cat will be visiting the fair Tuesday and Thursday at 4,5, and 6 o'clock. Stop by to see Pete and all the wonderful books we have at the fair this year!
We're celebrating "March is Reading Month" at Scottville Elementary this month. The children brought home a calendar of reading activities they can complete with their families to help celebrate. At school we're holding a door decorating contest to kick off this special time of year...check out what we have so far...
https://www2.heart.org/site/TR?pg=company&fr_id=4818&company_id=230042 Scottville Elementary School is helping to save lives with the American Heart Association! Click on the link above to help our school make a difference by helping raise money for Kids Heart Challenge. Your generosity will help fund lifesaving research and education. We really appreciate you. Thank you for supporting our school, our students, and the American Heart Association. You are truly a Heart Hero.
Mark Your Calendars: On Friday, February 28th MCC will be hosting our 2nd Annual Hot Cocoa Shuffle beginning at 5:30. Be sure to stop by for some family fun! After the shuffle, stick around to enjoy some cocoa and popcorn while watching "Abominable". Click on the image below for more details. The children will also be bringing home an informational sheet in their Friday Folders this week. We look forward to seeing everyone there!
This Friday we'll be kicking off our annual Kids Heart Challenge with an informational assembly. The children will be bringing home everything needed in their Friday Folders tomorrow. Please check out the message below and call our office if you have any questions. Scottville Elementary is helping to save lives with the American Heart Association! Please visit the website below to help us make a difference by raising money for Kids Heart Challenge. Your generosity will help fund lifesaving research and education. We really appreciate you. Thank you for supporting our school, our students, and the American Heart Association. You are truly a Heart Hero. To donate, visit www.heart.org/khc and then search for our school.
Mason County Central School Family - This is to let you know that your children are all safe at all our school buildings including Victory Early Childhood Center. Our school district was in contact with law enforcement and took all necessary steps to assure your child's safety until the suspect was apprehended.
We'd like to thank West Shore Bank and Bow's Diner for the special candy treats they brought in for the students at our Halloween celebration today!!!
Kindergarten Families: Due to the rain expected tomorrow morning, Mrs. Meeker and Mrs. Andersen have rescheduled their field trip. Instead, they will go to Orchard Market on Friday afternoon. They will be leaving school at 12:30 and be back by the end of the day for dismissal.
We had a great turn out for Dads and Donuts this morning. We'd like to thank the Babcock family for their help putting this great event together today. Over 325 children and their special guest(s) stopped by to spend some special time together before they started their day today. Here are a few photos from this morning. Have a great weekend!!!
Reminder: The Annual PTC Color Run is tomorrow night at the High School. Rain or Shine...we have a plan in place if it rains. Registration is at 6:00 with the event lasting from 6:30 - 7:30. Students are encouraged to turn their money in at school tomorrow but can also bring it to the run tomorrow night. We look forward to seeing everyone at this exciting community event!
The annual PTC Color Run is one week from tonight. This means we have one more week to raise funds for the event. The children and I talked about all the great prizes they could earn today at school. If you have time this weekend please spend some time looking over the information they brought home with last week's Friday folder. Have a great weekend!!!
The Elementary PTC will be meeting tonight at 6:00 in the Upper Elementary Library. I would encourage anyone interested in getting involved to stop in this evening. They're always looking for fresh ideas and insights.
Each week we celebrate one student from each classroom that has made correct choices throughout the week at school. These choices include being responsible, respectful and cooperating with others. On Fridays, each teacher chooses one student as their "Star Student" for the week. During lunch time, we will announce each student, why they were chosen and they'll spin the prize wheel. After lunch, each child will choose an adult to call and celebrate with. We plan on posting a photo of our Star Students on the "Live Feed" each week. Watch for last week's award winners coming soon...
Each month I'll be posting my Principal's Message under the "News" link on the Scottville Elementary Building page in the App. If you have any problems accessing it please call our office or stop in and I can help you.
Kindergarten Parents: Parent pick up for kindergarten students begins at 2:55 each day. Children not picked up in their classrooms will be taken down to the front foyer for pick up when the teacher takes the rest of the children out to the buses each day.
Welcome Back!!! It was great to see so many of our families back in the building this morning. We've had several calls about this week's schedule. Scottville Elementary releases today at 11:20. Kindergarten children are here today with their parent(s) or guardian(s) for orientation. Kindergarten students will have half days of school the rest of the week (11:15 dismissal) with morning transportation only. The first full day of school for Kindergarten children will be next Monday, September 9th. First and Second grade students will have full days of school the rest of the week.
Kindergarten Parents: Orientation for Kindergarten students will be held on the first day of school during the scheduled session you received in the mail or at the time you enrolled your child. If you did not receive an orientation time for you and your child to attend, please contact the Scottville Elementary office.
Scottville Elementary: Good Afternoon Everyone! We're looking forward to seeing all our 1st and 2nd grade families tomorrow evening at our Back to School Night from 6:00 - 6:45.
PRESCHOOL NOTICE: GSRP enrollment under way at Victory Early Childhood Center call Ms. Angie today (231) 843-2410. ONLY A FEW SPOTS LEFT FOR THE 2019/2020 school year!
Summer Feeding Program - Go to our Website at mccschools.org for more information or call MCC Foodservice (231) 757-5721 for a location near you! Ask about FREE books to support your child's summer reading at home!