STAY INFORMED📲 We’re less than ONE MONTH away from the start of the 24-25 school year! Get ready for the new school year by staying in the know! Text "START" to 98900 to receive alerts from your child’s school and our District. From important updates to event reminders, ensure you’re always in the loop. #ALLINMartin👊
about 21 hours ago, Martin County School District
Text START to 98900 to receive alerts from the District
🍽NOURISHING ALL STUDENTS FOR SUCCESS🍽 Applications for free/reduced-price meals are now available online! Parents/guardians may submit an application using this link ➡️ https://www.myschoolapps.com/. Only one application per household is necessary. Free/reduced-priced meal applications provide so much more than just lunch. Students who qualify may be eligible for additional funding to support education, funding for technology and internet access, discounted testing fees, and discounted fees related to college applications. Questions? Please contact the Food & Nutrition Services Department at (772) 223-2655 or email AskFNS@martinschools.org. #ALLINMartin👊
8 days ago, Martin County School District
FNS Free and Reduced meal applications
📐MATH REVIEW MONDAY📐 It's time for another Math Review Monday to help keep those math skills sharp this summer! Students of all ages within the Martin County School District can participate. Need some help? Elementary students can email the Martin County School District Coordinator of Math, Dr. Paige McMahon, at mcmahop@martinschools.org. Middle and high school students, try out the tutors at Paper (for free)! See below for one of this week's math problems. You can find all the math problems for each grade level here: https://bit.ly/3toHO7R #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolProud #MathReviewMonday
7 days ago, Martin County School District
Math Review Monday 7-8
🇺🇸HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS🇺🇸 REMINDER: All Martin County School District school sites, offices and programs, including Extended Day and Summer Food Service Program, will be closed tomorrow, July 4th, in observance of Independence Day. Extended Day will reopen on July 5th. Please note that only select Summer Food Service Program locations will also reopen on July 5th. To view the specific locations and schedules, click here: https://bit.ly/3VzZeeW We wish everyone a safe and relaxing holiday! #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolProud
12 days ago, Martin County School District
Holiday office hours July 4th
🍎CELEBRATING EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE🍎 In April, more than 150 Martin County School District students were celebrated for earning a PERFECT score on one or more state assessments in the 2022-2023 school year. Fewer than 1% of students in Florida can say they earned this incredible achievement. Attaining perfection is just one part of a larger story of success, as our students have continued their pursuit of excellence--evident in the recent overall assessment results from the 2023-2024 school year! This progress reflects the dedication of our students, educators, and families. We are incredibly proud and excited to continue this journey toward excellence! Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/OlUZ8dv1BPI #ALLINMartin👊
12 days ago, Martin County School District
Celebrating perfect scores
🍎STATE ASSESSMENT RESULTS RELEASED🍎 The Florida Department of Education released state assessment results for the 2023-2024 school year, and the Martin County School District excelled! Our students have demonstrated outstanding achievements across multiple subjects and grade levels, surpassing state averages and setting new benchmarks for excellence. Notable Achievements: 💫MCSD outperformed Palm Beach County in Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry, Science, Civics, and U.S. History. 💫MCSD outperformed St. Lucie Public Schools in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry, Science, Civics, and U.S. History. 💫MCSD outperformed Indian River County in Algebra, Civics, and Writing. We are proud to announce that MCSD ranks #1 on the Treasure Coast in both Algebra and Civics, and is performing above the state average in Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry, Writing, Science, and Civics. Congratulations to our amazing students, dedicated teachers, and supportive community! Our goal of becoming Florida's top-performing school system is within reach! Read more about the results here: https://www.martinschools.org/article/1659779 #ALLINMartin👊
14 days ago, Martin County School District
State Assessment Results released
🇺🇸HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS🇺🇸 The Martin County School District Office and school sites will be closed to the public from July 1 - 5 in observance of Independence Day. Extended Day and our free Summer Meal Program will continue as scheduled throughout the week. Families will only be permitted to enter school campuses for activities related to these services. Both services will be closed on July 4th. Extended Day will be open on July 5th. To view the Summer Meal Program locations and schedule, click here: https://bit.ly/3VzZeeW We wish everyone a safe and relaxing holiday week. #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolProud
14 days ago, Martin County School District
Holiday office hours
🌟CELEBRATING NEW LEADERSHIP🌟 Join us in congratulating Ms. Ucola Barrett-Baxter on her new role as the Assistant Principal of Student Services at Martin County High School! Ms. Barrett-Baxter is well-known within Tiger Nation, having served as the Dean of Students at MCHS since 2020. She also held roles as the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Site Coordinator and the PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Systems) Team Leader. #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolPROUD
19 days ago, Martin County School District
Ms. Ucola Barrett-Baxter named new AP of Student Services at MCHS
📚BOOKS OF THE MONTH📚 Looking for more books to read this summer? Check out the Florida Department of Education Commissioner Manny Diaz, Jr.'s picks for Commissioner’s Books of the Month! Books of the Month for June: 📙Pre-K: "What is America?" by Michelle Medlock Adams 📕Grades K-2: "The Star-Spangled Banner" by Peter Spier 📗Grades 3-5: "Proud to Be an American" by Lee Greenwood 📘Grades 6-8: "Will You Sign Here, John Hancock?" by Jean Fritz 📙Grades 9-12: “Reaching for the Moon: The Autobiography of NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson" by Katherine Johnson #ALLINMartin👊
21 days ago, Martin County School District
Books of the Month for June
📐MATH REVIEW MONDAY📐 It's time for another Math Review Monday to help keep those math skills sharp this summer! Students of all ages within the Martin County School District can participate. Need some help? Elementary students can email the Martin County School District Coordinator of Math, Dr. Paige McMahon, at mcmahop@martinschools.org. Middle and high school students, try out the tutors at Paper (for free)! See below for one of this week's math problems. You can find all the math problems for each grade level here: https://bit.ly/3toHO7R #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolProud #MathReviewMonday
21 days ago, Martin County School District
Math Review Monday for 6-24
🎨CELEBRATING ARTISTIC ACHIEVEMENT🎨 During the School Board meeting on Tuesday evening, students who participated and placed in the annual Marvin S. Cone Juried Art Show, hosted by MartinArts, were recognized. This prestigious event offers student artists a platform to showcase their finest work to the community, fostering creative thinking, boosting self-esteem, and honoring artistic excellence. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to MartinArts for their invaluable partnership in nurturing the talents of our young artists! You can still see the beautiful work displayed at the Court House Cultural Center through June 22! #ALLINMartin👊
25 days ago, Martin County School District
MartinArts presents winners from the Marvin Cone Juried Art Show during School Board meeting
📐MATH REVIEW MONDAY📐 Sharpen your math skills and complete this week’s set of Math Review Monday practice problems! Students of all ages within the Martin County School District can participate. Need some help? Elementary students can email the Martin County School District Coordinator of Math, Dr. Paige McMahon, at mcmahop@martinschools.org. Middle and high school students, try out the amazing tutors at Paper! See photo for one of the math problems for this week. You can find all the math problems here: https://bit.ly/3toHO7R #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolProud #MathReviewMonday
28 days ago, Martin County School District
Math Review Monday Week 3
Dear Tiger Nation, It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of the tragic passing of one of our beloved Class of 2024 graduates in a car accident yesterday evening. Many of our students are aware of this tragedy and are posting tributes across social media. Our thoughts and deepest condolences go out to her family, classmates, teammates, teachers, and all who knew and loved her. During this incredibly difficult time, we ask that you hold tight to the loving memories you have of her. She will forever remain a cherished member of our Martin County High School community. We understand that many of you may have questions and a desire for more information. However, out of respect for the family's privacy, we will only share additional details if given permission to do so. Remember, once a Tiger, FOREVER a Tiger. Let us come together as a community to support one another during this time of profound loss. Please note that if you wish to speak to a grief counselor, support will be provided Monday June 10th from 8-12 in the Administrative Conference Room. With heartfelt sympathy, Martin County High School's Administrative Team
about 1 month ago, Cristy Selvidge
📐MATH REVIEW MONDAY📐 Sharpen your math skills this summer and complete this week’s set of Math Review Monday practice problems! Students of all ages within the Martin County School District can participate. Need some help? Elementary students can email the Martin County School District Coordinator of Math, Dr. Paige McMahon, at mcmahop@martinschools.org. Middle and high school students, try out the amazing tutors at Paper! A new set of questions will be posted here every Monday. You can find all the math problems here: https://bit.ly/3toHO7R #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolProud #MathReviewMonday
about 1 month ago, Martin County School District
Math Review Monday- Week 1
GEAR UP FOR SUMMER SCHOOL 🍎☀️📚 Summer learning in the Martin County School District starts tomorrow, June 3! Bus routes, times and locations can be found at this link: https://www.martinschools.org/page/summer-break-resources We look forward to a summer full of educational growth! #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolProud
about 1 month ago, Martin County School District
Summer school starts June 3
🍽NOURISHING ALL STUDENTS FOR SUCCESS🍽 No school? No problem! Our Food & Nutrition Services Department continues to offer free meals to ALL children aged 18 and under during the summer months with no income restrictions. Breakfasts and lunches are now being served at a few locations, but more sites will be available starting June 3. Our Summer Feeding Bus is back on the road this year! It will make stops at St. Lucie Mobile Village and Booker Park in Indiantown. Full list of locations and times: https://www.martinschools.org/article/1620864 #ALLINMartin👊
about 2 months ago, Martin County School District
Summer Meals Program is back
FNS Mobile Bus locations
FNS Mobile Bus locations
Latest newsletter from MCHS JROTC can be viewed on its webpage at: https://www.martinschools.org/o/mchs/page/air-force-junior-reserve-officer-training-corps-afjrotc
about 2 months ago, Martin County High School
MCHS AFJROTC
🐅ONCE A TIGER, FOREVER A TIGER 🐅 Please join us in celebrating the Martin County School District’s newest alumni, Martin County High School’s Class of 2024! Graduates, may your future be filled with countless endeavors of success. Congratulations, Tigers! 🎉💙💛🎓🐅 #ALLINMartin👊 #PublicSchoolPROUD #Classof2024
about 2 months ago, Martin County School District
MCHS Class of 2024 graduation ceremony
MCHS AFJROTC has collected over a dozen US Flags for retirement in the past few weeks. If anyone wish to retire a US flag, please drop it off at Flag deposit box in the MCHS front office by May 23, 2024.
about 2 months ago, Martin County High School
Flag Collection
MCHS AFJROTC program received a 48 Stars, 70-year-old US Flag for retirement from the MCHS Band. In the last few months, JROTC has collected over 25 US flags from the retirement deposit box located at the front office. JROTC plans on restoring and then displaying the 15X10 size flag in the JROTC classroom by the FL937 Heritage Wall. The Air Force JROTC program has been at MCHS since July 1993.
about 2 months ago, Martin County High School
48 Stars US Flag