MCS Reopening Information
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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.
PRE K–12TH GRADES – IN-PERSON LEARNING
Monday - Thursday Students
The School Nutrition staff in each school will provide breakfast and lunch for students who are in-person from Monday – Thursday. On Thursday, each student will be provided a 3-Day take-home meal kit for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.PRE K–12TH GRADES – 100% VIRTUAL LEARNING: 7-DAY MEAL KIT PICK-UP
MCS School Pick-Up Sites for 7-day Meal Kits
7-day meal kits must be pre-ordered by the preceding Wednesday at 12pm (noon) for each Friday’s pick up. Please use the links below to order your meal kit.
To order your 7-Day Meal Kit: https://forms.gle/i9JEypfaST5xnks88
Para la versión en español siga este enlace: https://forms.gle/MB7a32MVSyQftunZ7
- Meal pick-up locations will be open Friday from 8:00 am -1:00 pm at Marietta High School & Marietta Sixth Grade Academy.
Symptoms can range from mild to severe illness, and appear 2-14 days after you are exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19.
Flowcharts for students who come in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
We have implemented a number of safety protocols 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.
If your K-5 student plans to ride the school bus for in-person learning, you must complete this registration form, even if you previously registered in June. Please note: K-2 students who registered during Phase I do NOT need to register again.
School Bus Safety Information can be viewed in the videos to the right.