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
Our next Community Listening Meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 7 at Riverside High School. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. and will be held in the Media Center. Everyone is welcome from all parts of the county.
Busy day tomorrow (8/19). MCS Open House at all campuses from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. and the Back to School Bash in Robersonville. All students are welcome. Follow this link for details! https://www.martin.k12.nc.us/page/back-to-school
COVID vaccinations - both second shots from the recent clinic and first shots - are available today at South Creek HS from 3pm - 7pm. Same availability tomorrow (8/17) at Riverside HS, also from 3pm - 7 pm.
Please note the upcoming meeting for parents interested in hearing more about the MCS AIG Program. There are two opportunities to attend and parents are welcome at either meeting.
Due to ongoing construction on the South Creek High School campus, please use the school bus parking lot entrance to attend Thursday night's Community Listening Meeting which begins at 6:30 p.m. Thank You.
Board Split on Mask Requirement WILLIAMSTON – The Martin County Board of Education decided in a 4-2 vote students and staff will start the 2021-2022 school year with a mask requirement. The motion was made by Gail Cargile that effective August 3, for MCS to follow CDC and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) recommendations during the school day. Cargile’s motion included a decision on athletics would be made by Dr. David Fonseca, Superintendent; Clay Wagner, Director of Student Services and athletic directors in the school district. Barbara Council, Board Chair; Renee Purvis, Vice-Chair; Keisha Manson and Cargile voted in favor of the motion. Van Heath and Gene Scott voted against the motion after Heath’s motion for an optional mask requirement failed 2-4. Kenneth Harrell was absent from the meeting.
We are working to gather as much Back to School information as we can in one spot for your convenience. Under the DISTRICT tab on our website, click BACK TO SCHOOL 2021-2022 for updates and announcements.
Due to the possible impacts of Hurricane Elsa on our area, Martin County Schools will not operate Summer School or the Summer Feeding Program on Thursday, July 8. Students and staff members working Summer School or the Summer Feeding Program should not report and no buses will run tomorrow. At this time, all other MCS staff currently working should report on a regular schedule. If that changes, we will update everyone. MCS Summer School and the Summer Feeding Program will resume on a regular schedule Friday, July 9. Please monitor local weather stations and exercise caution until this storm clears our area.
Save the date!
Don’t forget to dress up this week!
Join us on Thursday, Jan 28th at 6:30 pm for a special presentation by Ms. Beach! Stop by the school and pick up your Parent Pack full of fun activities to complete with your child such as a snow making kit, snow slime, hot chocolate, and much more! Here is how to tune in: https://meet.google.com/vvw-vbmy-xqs?hs=224 (US) +1 567-246-3437 PIN: 832 777 034#
This is a friendly reminder that the school board decided to extend virtual learning until February 8th. Please make sure you are attending live sessions and completing work. #LevelUp
MCS will be delivering school lunch and breakfast for the next day based on the attached schedule. You may also pick up curbside lunch at SCES between 11 am and 12:30 pm around the back of the school.
Return to School
Attention 5th grade students/parents: Ms. McPhillips will be conducting a science experiment on Thursday during her live sessions. She has made take-home science experiment kits for you to complete the project at home. Please come by the school and pick up your kit if possible. We are open today (Tuesday) until 7 pm and until 4 pm on Wednesday. #LevelUp
Face masks are strongly encouraged!!!
Just us for our Cougar Stroll today!!!
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week. Be sure to thank a teacher today!!!
Read Across America Week