MCS Reopening Information
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We provide Friday Meal Kit Deliveries, which will include 5 breakfast and 5 lunches, for MCS virtual learning students who have pre-ordered by the preceding Wednesday at 12pm (noon) through www.mypaymentsplus.com. Parents will need to know the bus route and bus stop of their zoned (by address) elementary schools, as Friday deliveries will be based on A.M. Elementary Bus Routes. Information for bus routes can be found under MCS Transportation or https://www.marietta-city.org/transportation.
If MCS families have a student who attends the Early Learning Center, MCAA, MSGA, MMS, and MHS, please find their zoned elementary school here: http://www.mariettaga.gov/183/Property-Search-Tool.
For families who do not have any children enrolled in Marietta City Schools, please use this link to pre-order your meals: https://forms.gle/VT7J4uhsC2YgpQZA8. Families have the option of finding the closest MCS Elementary School Bus Route (and stop) for your meal kit to be delivered or to pick up your meal kit at two of our schools. Please select your preferred method of pick-up in the pre-order form. To find the closest MCS elementary school use this link: http://www.mariettaga.gov/183/Property-Search-Tool. To then select your bus route, use this link: https://www.marietta-city.org/transportation.
If you have any questions, please contact the School Nutrition Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MCS “Flexible Approach to Teaching and Learning” will be guided by public health data and our ability to implement critical risk mitigation strategies.
This guide explains how and when families will be contacted should their child be in close contact with a student or staff member who tests positive for COVID-19. Additionally, we are providing action steps for a family whose child tests positive or is identified as a close contact for COVID-19.
Flowcharts for the steps to take if a student is exposed to close contact witht a confirmed Covid-19 case or if a student tests positive for Covid-19.
We have implemented a number of risk mitigation strategies to protect our students and staff.
All about masks! This is the official guide for what masks are approved to wear for in-person learning at MCS.
Quarantine vs. Isolation recommendations according to CDC guidelines.
School Bus/Transportation Registration
If your K-2 student plans to ride the school bus for in-person learning, you must complete this registration form. Please note: even if you registered in June, you need to register again now.