State Technology Access Survey


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School Clinic Flyer

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Zoom Meeting Link

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Summer Lunch Program

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Book Fair

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Return to Learn Update:

Happy Tuesday afternoon! It’s been a while since I’ve sent out an update, and I’m sure people have questions. July 1 is the magic date by which all school districts have to submit their Return to Learn plans to the state. This plan is very, very different from plans for reopening school in the fall. The Return to Learn plan is basically a series of check boxes that indicate what sources of data districts will collect as they continue to plan. Reopening school buildings is a very different process. Plans and discussions are ongoing about schedules, cleaning strategies, traffic flow, etc…The recent reopening guidance from the state clearly says that schools are to plan on meeting in-person in the fall. Questions about requiring face masks and other logistical issues are going to need to be discussed further with more guidance from the state. There is very little about the COVID-19 landscape that is solid and unchanging. One thing that you can take to the bank is that everyone connected to the school district is working, thinking, and planning for the most effective ways to keep everyone as safe as possible as we resume school this fall. There will be more information coming out throughout the summer. As always, let me know if you have any questions.

Mike
mike.peterson@mscsd.org

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There will be no pickup for breakfast and lunches on May 25th – May 29th.
Meals will resume on Monday June 1st – June 26th.
Summer meals will be M-F. Pick up time will be 10:00 am – 11:00 am

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Morning Sun Board of Directors
Regular Meeting
Monday, May 11th, 2020
6:00 PM
Virtual Meeting Due to Covid – 19
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https://meeting.windstream.com/j/1112925400
To call in
+1 973 854 6173 US
Meeting ID: 111 292 5400

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Return to Learn Update:

Happy Tuesday afternoon! It's been a while since I've sent out an update, and I'm sure people have questions. July 1 is the magic date by which all school districts have to submit their Return to Learn plans to the state. This plan is very, very different from plans for reopening school in the fall. The Return to Learn plan is basically a series of check boxes that indicate what sources of data districts will collect as they continue to plan. Reopening school buildings is a very different process. Plans and discussions are ongoing about schedules, cleaning strategies, traffic flow, etc...The recent reopening guidance from the state clearly says that schools are to plan on meeting in-person in the fall. Questions about requiring face masks and other logistical issues are going to need to be discussed further with more guidance from the state. There is very little about the COVID-19 landscape that is solid and unchanging. One thing that you can take to the bank is that everyone connected to the school district is working, thinking, and planning for the most effective ways to keep everyone as safe as possible as we resume school this fall. There will be more information coming out throughout the summer. As always, let me know if you have any questions.

Mike
mike.peterson@mscsd.org
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I hope morning sun takes into consideration that families have kids in more than one school district. It would be helpful if they matched up.

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That state would like all families with school aged children to complete a technology survey. The link to the survey is on our webpage. Please take a few minutes and complete this survey. ... See MoreSee Less

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