MCSD Mask Policy Masks are required to be worn appropriately covering mouth and nose unless otherwise directed from MCSD personnel (includes but not limited to buses, classrooms, hallway transitions, bathrooms, cafeteria, common areas, etc.
MCSD Camera Policy
MCSD camera expectations for remote learners: Starting November 9th, all remote learning student cameras are expected to be on at all times unless directly told they can turn them off.
Se requiere que las máscaras se usen de manera apropiada cubriendo la boca y la nariz a menos que el personal de MCSD diga algo diferente (incluyendo pero sin limitar los buses, clases, transición en el hall, baños, cafetería, áreas comunes, etc).
2020-21 Student Progression Plan
The Student Progression Plan for Martin County Public Schools has been developed and revised
to provide an instructional program in which each student can progress academically. This plan
outlines provisions for promotion, retention, good cause exemptions from mandatory retention,
acceleration, enrichment, or alternative assignments for all Martin County Public School
FortifyFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows you to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials. Click here to Learn How to Download the Suspicious Activity Reporting App.
Test Score Information for FSA and Pearson
The PDF test scores for both FSA and Pearson are now available to download from the parent portal. You will need a Focus account to access these reports. If you do not have an account, please click the following link for further information. Test Scores for FSA and Pearson Parent Portal Download instructions pdf
Click the following link Focus Tools/Step by Step Instructions For Parents to get started on the registration process.
Instructional Materials for English Language Arts (ELA) Approved by Martin County School Board
On March 24, 2021, the Martin County School Board voted to approve the list of recommended resources for adoption for English Language Arts (ELA). View the final list of approved materials here. Florida Statute allows parents or residents of the county to object to the adoption of a specific instructional material. If you would like to contest the adoption of the ELA resources, you must complete the form below and submit it to our office no later than noon on April 24, 2021.
The School District and the Martin County Tax Office partnered for the Kids Tag Art (KTA) program by which grade 5 art students design vanity plates and fobs for purchase. All proceeds are returned to the schools. Given the pandemic shortened the opportunity to purchase items last school year, we have reopened the portal for this year's grade 6 students. Here is more information. 2020-2021 grade 5 students' artwork is currently available for purchase.