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Announcements

Reboot Week: 12/1 - 12/4

Dear MCPS families,

Xổ số miền bắcWe hope that all members of our MCPS community had the opportunity to enjoy fall break. December is here, marking the end of first semester. During first semester, we collected various data. We are using all of it -MAP data, benchmark scores, attendance reports, and responses from family surveys- to adjust instruction and provide needed support to our students and families.

For example, December 1st through December 4th is Reboot Week. During this time, teachers will not post any new assignments to be graded, but instead provide assistance to students who need to make up assignments or need additional support. We encourage students to take advantage of this opportunity to get caught up and sharpen skills. Although we are aware that for many student’s life outside of virtual learning can be very challenging and busy, especially during this time of year with holiday preparation, changing weather, and social distancing, students need to continue to stay focused and engaged in virtual learning. Over the next three weeks, please take time to reinforce the importance of students having a strong end to the first semester. When we return from the winter break, we will begin both a new semester and a new year— 2021! Let us embrace these new beginnings and look forward to a successful new year ahead. In the meantime, have a relaxing break and joyous holiday season. Stay safe and happy New Year!

Important Reminders

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MCPS 2020-21 Student Handbooks

Xổ số miền bắcNovember 6, 2020

Xổ số miền bắcParents and Guardians:

Today we will be mailing the 2020-2021 MCPS Student Expectations Handbook to our MCPS families. Please read through this and review it with your student(s). Once you have done so, we have included a self-addressed, postage paid envelope for you to use to send the signed forms from the handbook. 

Also, we continue to monitor the community transmission data and consult with the West Piedmont Health Department to determine when we should move to Phase 2. Based on the CDC School Indicators data, Martinsville continues to be a high-risk area. Because keeping our students, staff, and families safe and healthy is a priority for Martinsville City Public Schools, we will continue in Phase 1 remote teaching and learning. We thank you for your partnership in the continued support of students in remote learning.

Xổ số miền bắcIf you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call your student’s school.

Thank you,

Xổ số miền bắcDr. Zeb Talley, Jr.

Superintendent

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