December Menu for all schools Printed copies of the monthly menus will be available upon request if they are not sent home from your child's school. Contact the school to receive a copy.
Survey regarding student uniforms will close December 3. Here's the link to complete the survey if you have not done so. https://forms.gle/BvwbYgsCd5KSSvqP7
Substitute Teacher Interviews the week after Thanksgiving. Get your applications in now! Click the link below to submit your application. Click here https://www.martin.k12.nc.us/o/district/page/job-vacancies to submit your application. *Or click on Current Vacancies and scroll to the bottom of the screen at www.martin.k12.nc.us
In accordance with the Healthy Schools Act of 2000, Martin County Schools is posting notice of upcoming routine pesticide treatment which will occur on the campus of Williamston Primary School.
November Menu for all schools
Read about one the recent recognition received by one E.J. Hayes teacher. https://www.martin.k12.nc.us/page/hardison-award
The News & Observer picked up on the story of the Riverside Middle School football player and his father's reunion on the field last week. Check it out! https://www.newsobserver.com/news/state/north-carolina/article255443501.html
Join us at the Martin County Schools Innovation Campus for the November 1 meeting of the Martin County Board of Education.
Thanks to the MCS Technology Team, our telephone issues have been resolved. Thank you for your patience.
9:20 am Thursday Martin County Schools is currently experiencing phone and Internet outages throughout the district. Our Technology Team is working on the issue. We will update you when the issue has been resolved. Thank you for your patience.
The Robersonville Library is offering games for children ages 7 and up each Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Volunteers say they are starting out with checkers and adding other games as they go. Carter Leggett, a student at South Creek Elementary School is pictured with Debbie Gray, a retired Martin County Schools teacher and the Children’s Programming Coordinator at the Robersonville Public Library.
.From the National Weather Service AREAS OF DENSE FOG ACROSS EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA THIS MORNING...Areas of fog as developed across Eastern North Carolina this morning reducing visibilities to one half mile or less at times. Motorists should remain alert for a rapidly changing visibilities over short distances. When encountering the dense fog, slow down, use low beam headlights, and leave plenty of braking distance between you and the vehicle ahead. Visibilities are expected to improve between 8 and 9 AM as the fog begins to lift and dissipate.
MCS Team Mark your calendars!
Our final stop on the Community Listening tour will be tomorrow night (Thursday, Oct. 14) at Riverside Middle School. We thank everyone who has come out to be a part of our initial strategic planning efforts and hope others will come out tomorrow night. See you at Riverside Middle School. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
8:15 am Phone and Internet service has been restored to MCS campuses and offices. Thank you for your patience.
7:30 am Monday Martin County Schools is currently experiencing phone and Internet outages throughout the district. Our Technology Team has been working on the issue since early this morning. We will update you when the issue has been resolved. Thank you for your patience.
Attention 7th and 12th graders!
Our custodians are another group of the behind the scenes heroes that keep our schools and facilities going every day. We appreciate each and every one of you!!
Drivers Ed information for 2021-2022 now available. Follow the link or see the Parents Tab on our website. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1526201/Driver_Education_2021-2022_Classroom_Dates_090221.pdf