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Elementary School Open House / Orientation
Elementary Open House

Elementary Open House for 2020-2021 School Year is scheduled for July 30 beginning at 2 p.m. and finishing at 6 p.m.

Thu Jun 25 08:00 AM

Happy 4th of July
Monroe County Schools to be closed June 29 through July 6

Monroe County Schools to close for July 4th Week

Wed Jun 24 11:30 AM

summer conditioning
MPHS temporarily suspends summer conditioning sessions

Monroe County Schools and the Mary Persons High School Athletics Department have today temporarily suspended summer conditioning sessions for the football program until early July.

Wed Jun 24 09:48 AM

MC Schools Seal
Spending Resolution Approved

At its June 9, 2020 meeting, the Monroe County Board of Education approved a Spending Resolution for the 2020-21 Fiscal Year.

Wed Jun 10 11:46 AM

Bulldog graduation
MCAC is Excited to Welcome students to the 2020-2021 School Year

School Supply List & Dress Code School Supply List (4) Three Subject spiral-bound notebooks, Pencils and/or Pens, Headphones (Inexpensive), Only clear or mesh book bags are allowed Dress Code We are no longer enforcing a uniform dress code policy at the Monroe County Achievement Center. Our policy is aligned with the dress code policy of Mary Persons High School and is enforced according to the policy as written in the Monroe County Achievement Center Handbook. Open House/Orientation for MCAC: Wednesday, July 29, 2020 from 5:00PM-6:00PM First Day of School for Monroe County Students: Monday, August 3, 2020

Thu May 14 10:05 AM

MCS Meals
MCS FREE MEALS ON THE GO! Monroe County Schools Nutrition Program is proud to provide CURBSIDE GRAB n’ GO

Monroe County Schools Nutrition Program is proud to provide CURBSIDE GRAB n’ GO

Wed Mar 25 05:24 PM

MC Schools
COVID-19 Pandemic Update

We wanted to update information related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our state and in our local area.

Thu Mar 12 09:30 PM

MC Seal
Stakeholder Pandemic Letter

Health officials are concerned that the coronavirus (COVID-19) may spread, causing a widespread outbreak called a pandemic.

Sun Mar 01 11:30 AM

Monroe County Schools
A Message from the Superintendent

A potential pandemic virus is now in the United States. Health officials are concerned that the coronavirus (COVID-19) may spread, causing a widespread outbreak called a pandemic. So even though there are no virus cases in this part of the country, we want to remind you about some ways to protect your family from getting sick...

Thu Feb 27 01:38 PM