❤CARING CHILDREN CLOTHING CHILDREN❤ Earlier today, Gigi Suntum of Martin County's Caring Children Clothing Children (4Cs) spoke with our leadership team about how her organization stands ready to assist students who are in need of clothing, assistance with building their literacy skills and more! We are extremely grateful to the 4Cs organization for all of the many resources they provide to the most vulnerable residents of our community. It takes a village, and we are are proudly #ALLINMartin👊!
🍎PLAN APPROVED🍎 The Martin County School Board has approved the risk mitigation strategies that will be in effect as we begin the 2021-2022 school year. The new school year will begin August 11, 2021. Please click here to learn more: https://www.martinschools.org/article/492854. #ALLINMartin👊
🍎ON THE AGENDA🍎 Today's School Board Workshop will begin at 3:00 p.m. Agenda topics include: The 2021-2022 Back-to-School Plan Success Plan Update View the complete agenda - https://bit.ly/2Us6C01 Watch live - youtu.be/JTj05OMcPjA #ALLINMartin👊
🚗MONDAY MORNINGS WITH MILLAY🚗 Tune in to the WSTU 1450 AM Morning Show at 8:00 tomorrow - Superintendent John D. Millay will share new details about meal programs and important agenda items that will be discussed during the School Board Workshop on July 13! #ALLINMartin👊
🍎MARTIN MINUTE WITH MILLAY 🍎 Superintendent John D. Millay met with representatives of the 4Cs (Caring Children, Clothing Children) of Martin County today. This valuable organization goes #ALLINMartin👊 by providing gently used clothing to children and lending a helping hand toward literacy in our community. As we approach the start of a new school year, families are encouraged to reach out to 4Cs by calling (772) 221-8777 if they are in need of support.
🍎NOURISHING ALL STUDENTS FOR SUCCESS🍎 All Martin County children will continue to be eligible for free breakfasts and lunches in the upcoming school year. In addition, free SUPPERS will also be available to all elementary students and students attending Indiantown Middle School! Please click the photos to learn what you can expect from our #MCSDMagnificent Food & Nutrition Services Department as we begin the 2021-2022 school year. #ALLINMartin👊
The Florida Department of Health requires proof that students have obtained certain immunizations prior to school entry. Students who will enter 7th grade in the 2021-2022 school year must have an updated Tdap vaccine and corresponding DOH Form 680 on file with their school prior to the first day on August 11. Questions? Please contact the Florida Department of Health in Martin County at (772) 221-4000 or visit martin.floridahealth.gov.
Building strong literacy habits begins in early childhood! The Martin County Library System is offering young children (birth through their fifth birthday) the opportunity to receive age-appropriate titles each month via Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. Learn more and register your child today: https://www.martin.fl.us/dolly-partons-imagination-library. #ALLINMartin
Indiantown Middle students are "sailing" into summer with colorful creativity! Ms. Monks led her students in creating their very own coral reef projects. #ALLINMartin
🍎MARTIN MINUTE WITH MILLAY 🍎 Superintendent John D. Millay chatted with retiring Data Entry Operator Donese Kendell about her 15-year career with the District last week. Ms. Kendell said she loved every minute of her time as a member of Team MCSD! Learn how you can join our world-class team: https://www.martinschools.org/page/employment-opportunities. #ALLINMartin
So exciting to see what our Jensen Beach Elementary kindergarten Vikings have been up to as part of summer programming! Students loved making "Dino-ramas" and even snacked on some dino dirt! #ALLINMartin
Our New Website is Here! We are excited to announce the launch of our new website. We'll continue to bring you up to date information about our District, students and staff.