While another year has passed, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Broward County Public Schools and the City of Parkland will forever remain in our thoughts and hearts. We will never forget. #ALLINMartin #MSDStrong
4 months ago, Martin County School District
MSD Remembrance
­čôÜCELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH­čôÜ As we continue to celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth, we are proud to honor Ms. Marian McKinney Carpenter. As a former principal of Port Salerno Elementary School and Martin County School Board Member, she touched the lives of countless Martin County students. #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ
4 months ago, Martin County School District
Marian McKinney Carpenter--Black History Month
­čÄëCELEBRATING SCHOOL COUNSELORS­čÄë In honor of National School Counseling Week, Martin County School District staff and students want to thank all the school counselors in the District! Counselors do it all, from mental health and teaching Character Counts, to assisting students with their schedules and setting them up for life after high school...without school counselors, we don't have academic success! Thank you, school counselors, for everything you do for students and staff. Click the link to watch a heartfelt thank you message: https://youtu.be/I9XIOB-59qM #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud #MCSDTheRippleEffect
4 months ago, Martin County School District
National School Counseling Week 2023
­čôÜCELEBRATING OUR HISTORY­čôÜ As our celebration of #BlackHistoryMonth continues, we spotlight two brothers who were educational pioneers in Martin County, Charles E. and Robert G. Murray. Charles Murray founded the Stuart Training School in 1926 - this was the county's first high school for Black students. He remained principal until 1939 when his brother, Robert, took over. Stuart Training School eventually became Spectrum Academy and Murray Middle School was named after the brothers. #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ
4 months ago, Martin County School District
Charles and Robert Murray founded and led the first Black high school in Martin County
­čôÜCELEBRATING LEADERS AND TRAILBLAZERS­čôÜ Today, we celebrate our first of many local leaders in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth. Dr. David L. Anderson was an educational pioneer in Martin County, having served as a School Board Member and in various leadership roles at IRSC - Indian River State College for more than 30 years. In 2006, he was honored as the namesake of the Martin County School District's newest middle school - Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School. Dr. Anderson passed away on December 23, 2021, at the age of 80. Learn more about Dr. Anderson's legacy by clicking here: http://bit.ly/3WU9VHS #ALLINMartin
4 months ago, Martin County School District
Remembering Dr. David L. Anderson in honor of Black History Month
­čôÜHONORING OUR HISTORY­čôÜ The Martin County School District is proud to celebrate Black History Month! Throughout February, we will highlight the many contributions Black leaders and historical figures have made to our local community and worldwide. Stay tuned on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! Click the link below to learn more about Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis' Black History Month student contests and educator awards. Entries must be received by 5 p.m. on February 7. http://www.floridablackhistory.com/index.html #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ
4 months ago, Martin County School District
MCSD Celebrate Black History Month
­čÉóGRANDPARENT'S DAY­čÉó Grandparents, explore the gem of the Martin County School District-- the Environmental Studies Center--this Saturday, Feb. 4, from 9am to 12pm! It will be a day full of fun, learning and exploration with your family! Meet Joey the Alligator, Coral the Sea Turtle and much more! #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #ESCIsThePlaceToBe
4 months ago, Martin County School District
Grandparent's Day at the ESC!
­čŹÄON-AIR WITH MILLAY­čŹÄ ICYMI: Martin County School District Superintendent Dr. John D. Millay chatted with The KC Ingram Show host KC Ingram about the latest news in the District. Dr. Millay touched on various topics, including the upcoming Blast Off to Kindergarten orientation events, the newest hiring incentives and construction updates. Watch the full segment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_Un30or-KQ #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud #MCSDTheRippleEffect
4 months ago, Martin County School District
Dr. Millay talks on The KC Ingram Show
­čôÜCELEBRATING LITERACY­čôÜ Join the Martin County School District as we dive into fostering a love for reading during "Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!" This year's theme, as designated by the Florida Department of Education, is "Take a Deep Dive Into Literacy, Splash Into New Worlds!" Schools have scheduled many daily activities designed to help students build their literacy skills while cultivating a love for reading. Check out the fun our students have in store for the entire week, starting tomorrow: https://www.martinschools.org/article/968696 #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #FLCelebratesLiteracy
5 months ago, Martin County School District
Take a Deep Dive Into Literacy
Reminder, families! All schools and District offices will be closed Monday, January 16, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, January 17. Participate in local #MLKDay service activities: https://americorps.gov/join/find-volunteer-opportunity#/ #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud
5 months ago, Martin County School District
MLK Day
­čÜĘLAW ENFORCEMENT ALERT FOR FAMILIES­čÜĘ The Martin County Sheriff's Office is actively enforcing laws about the operation of unregistered golf carts in our community, particularly near school campuses. Golf carts are only permitted on roads with a maximum 35 mph speed limit, and thatÔÇÖs only if they are titled, registered, insured and have all the appropriate safety measures to make them street legal. Please be mindful of these regulations, as deputies will issue citations for violations. #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud
5 months ago, Martin County School District
golf cart
­čôú YOUR CALLING IS CALLING! ­čôú Are you or someone you know looking to begin 2023 with a new career? Join us for our Pop-up Job Fair on January 11 from 3-6 p.m. You'll have the opportunity to chat with our recruiters to discuss career opportunities and your goals/qualifications. On-the-spot offers of employment will be extended to qualified candidates! Learn more and RSVP: http://bit.ly/3Vzsxwx #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ
5 months ago, Martin County School District
Job Fair
ÔŁäYEAR IN REVIEW: WINTER BREAK COUNTDOWNÔŁä For the second consecutive year, Superintendent John D. Millay and the Martin County School District's (MCSD) Professional Development team hosted Back-to-School Convocation for all employees! Convocation Day is like a pep rally for employees. The event helps Team MCSD celebrate the start of each new school year, highlighting the "why" behind everything we do - the success of ALL students! WATCH: https://youtu.be/vfgIs1FCVpg #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud #MCSDTheRippleEffect
6 months ago, Martin County School District
MCSD employees shine their lights at the 22-23 Convocation Day
­čŚôON THE CALENDAR­čŚô Superintendent Millay has recommended modifications to our previously-announced emergency makeup days. There will be no school or work for students and employees on December 19 -20, 2022. Learn more: https://www.martinschools.org/article/927297 #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud
6 months ago, Martin County School District
­čŹéGIVING THANKS­čŹé We wish all of our students, families and employees a safe and relaxing #Thanksgiving holiday! Classes will resume on Monday, November 28. #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud
7 months ago, Martin County School District
Thanksgiving
­čŹÄHURRICANE MAKE-UP DAYS­čŹÄ Due to Hurricanes Ian and Nicole, students enrolled in the Martin County School District have missed four (4) days of instruction this school year. In an effort to maximize instructional time and mitigate learning loss, the decision has been made to use two of the Hurricane Makeup Days that are included on the 2022-2023 instructional calendar. Learn more: https://www.martinschools.org/article/915657 #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ
7 months ago, Martin County School District
Hurricane Make Up Days
­čą│CELEBRATING THE DREAM TEAM ­čą│ We are so grateful for our outstanding paraprofessionals, clerical and specialist staff, Educational Technology team, Food & Nutrition Services employees, Transportation staff and Operations personnel! These caring and dedicated employees contribute to #MCSDTheRippleEffect by ensuring our students receive the services and support they need to be successful. #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud #ESPDay22
7 months ago, Martin County School District
ESP Day 22
­čôóSHARE YOUR FEEDBACK­čôó In accordance with Florida's instructional materials adoption cycle, the District is beginning the social studies curriculum adoption process. Students, parents/caregivers, employees and members of the community are encouraged to review materials that have been submitted by publishers and provide their feedback as part of the process. Learn more and get involved: https://www.martinschools.org/article/910484 #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud
7 months ago, Martin County School District
"We remember those who were called upon to give all a person can give, and we remember those who were prepared to make that sacrifice if it were demanded of them in the line of duty, though it never was. Most of all, we remember the devotion and gallantry with which all of them ennobled their nation as they became champions of a noble cause." - Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States of America #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ #PublicSchoolProud #VeteransDay
7 months ago, Martin County School District
Veterans Day
­čŹÄDISTRICT TO REOPEN ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14­čŹÄ Fortunately, our schools and facilities were spared the brunt of Hurricane Nicole. Our Facilities and Maintenance Departments are working to address minor repairs and clean up debris before reopening. The District will return to normal operations on Monday, November 14, 2022. #ALLINMartin­čĹŐ
7 months ago, Martin County School District