A Day in the Life of an MMS Student
Student building entry begins at 7:15 AM
Students are tardy after 7:45 AM
No student checkout or transportation changes after 1:00 PM
Bell Schedule Period Time Launch 7:15-7:40 am 1st Period 7:45-8:30 am 2nd Period 8:35-9:20 am 3rd Period 9:25-10:10 am 4th Period 10:15-11:00 am 5th Period 11:05-11:50 am 6th Period 11:55 am-12:40 pm 7th Period 12:45-1:30 pm 8th Period 1:35-2:30 pm
Field Trips and Club Dues
Teachers will plan field trips throughout the school year. Students may drop payment envelopes in the mailbox located outside the main office or parents may make an electronic payment via RevTrak and selecting the event to be paid.
Dues for particular clubs/student organizations may be paid in the same manner.
What should parents/guardians do if their student(s) does not arrive at his/her bus stop?Parents should contact Marietta City Schools Transportation Department Dispatch Desk at 770.429.3110 Dispatch can usually communicate the name of the missing student to the driver to confirm if the student did indeed board the school bus. If this cannot be confirmed, dispatch will issue an "all call" to all bus routes from the student's school. Parents should also contact their school to determine if the student boarded a bus or is attending an After School Program.
What should parents (guardians) do if the school bus arrives late at the bus stop?Parents should contact the Transportation Department Dispatch Desk at 770.429.3110 for an update on the bus route and any delays it may have encountered. Dispatch can also provide an update on the pickup or drop off time if the bus has already serviced the bus stop in question. If the bus is more than 10-15 minutes late in the morning, parents should contact the Dispatch Desk for an updated arrival time. MCS Transportation will always run a bus to service a stop even if the bus is going to run late. Breakfast is held for any students arriving late to school aboard a school bus and students are not counted as tardy.
Safe Rider Program
Our Safe Rider Program is a student management program which promotes and teaches proper school bus safety. The core of the program promotes personal accountablity as it relates to bus safety because unsafe choices endager the safety of all passengers.
For more information, click the link below and/or contact MCS Transportation at 770.429.3110