Starting Monday, Nov 30, MSCSD will prepare hot lunch meals for students, K-6, that are in quarantine or online learning. You MUST call the school daily by 9:00 A.M. and notify them that you wish to take part in this opportunity. Meals will be available for pickup only between 11-12

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COVID Notification Letter

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Parent Letter #5

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-Click Here to Sign-Up For Email and/or Text Alerts School Alerts-

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Return to Learn Matrix

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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

Starting Monday, Nov 30, MSCSD will prepare hot lunch meals for students, K-6, that are in quarantine or online learning. You MUST call the school daily by 9:00 A.M. and notify them that you wish to take part in this opportunity. Meals will be available for pickup only between 11-12. ... See MoreSee Less

Greetings from the Principal – November 24, 2020

What a wonderful time of the year. A time to give thanks for all we have. We are a society/community that is so blessed when you compare ourselves to other areas of the world. I have traveled and been in 3rd world countries, believe me, we are blessed beyond measure. Stop and take in all you have, family friends, possessions, etc.... Be Thankful!

SPECIAL NOTE: If your child(ren) has had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 they must self-quarantine for 14 days. When home because of self-quarantine they will NOT be counted absent from school. The expectation is they will continue to do their work and check in with their teacher daily. How this looks at each grade level is different. Lower grades will not be online live much with teachers. The older the kids get the more they will be expected to be online during the day. School continues, expectations remain the same.

Online Learning, Simple Guidelines to Follow: try to have the student sit at a table or desk, have the computer/laptop/Chromebook pointing toward a headshot of the student, sit where there will be no traffic flow behind them, eliminate background noise (loud music, TV, dogs barking, etc.), no food or drink, water only please and have them be properly dressed as if for school. Please have all learning materials ready when you login so you don’t need to run off trying to gather your work.

Tiger’s Savings Bank: This takes place each week on Friday morning for 2nd through 6th grade students. The bank has been paused temporally until Covid cases become lower.

Parent Challenge: We all have a wonderful opportunity to spend some down time over the next 5 days. During that down time allow yourself to relax and enjoy those that are around you. Do something special for yourself. If you want, invite your child(ren) to be part of the special time. It’s OK to say, “This is what I like to do, and today, I want you to join me doing it!”
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More Toolesboro games. ... See MoreSee Less

Favorite game at Toolesboro. Throwing with the atlatl! ... See MoreSee Less

2nd Grade at Toolesboro Mounds. Thank you Lana and Laura with Louisa County Conservation. ... See MoreSee Less

So thankful for our MSES students! Here are 6th graders working on their Music Theory Portfolios where they write music notations, identify notes by name in the bass clef and treble clef, count beats in measures of various time meters, etc. We have students who really try and give us their best efforts at learning new material! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

So thankful for our MSES students!  Here are 6th graders working on their Music Theory Portfolios where they write music notations, identify notes by name in the bass clef and treble clef, count beats in measures of various time meters, etc.   We have students who really try and give us their best efforts at learning new material! :)Image attachment

 

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Good to see masks and social distancing. Great school and great kids!

We read, “Scaredy Squirrel,” always a favorite in kindergarten! After learning what a noun is, we made headbands and binoculars to help us find and record some nouns. This was wildly fun and the kinders did a fantastic job on their noun hunt! ... See MoreSee Less

We read, “Scaredy Squirrel,” always a favorite in kindergarten!  After learning what a noun is, we made headbands and binoculars to help us find and record some nouns. This was wildly fun and the kinders did a fantastic job on their noun hunt!Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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P.S. these photos were taken PRIOR to the mask mandate.

Prodigy Math Battle virtual and classroom. ... See MoreSee Less

Prodigy Math Battle virtual and classroom.
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