MCS Families: During the period of Sept. 6-16, 2022, MCS will be administering a survey to students, teachers, and families. The WE SUPPORT Survey is designed to inform schools and districts about expectations and perceptions the community has about student learning. The survey is structured around three main areas: • Rigor • Relevance • Relationships To take the survey, parents/guardians do the following: • Go to www.wesurvey.org • Enter the case sensitive password that is unique to your child’s school (copy > paste works best): CMC17BLC •When all questions have been answered, click Submit for your responses to be recorded. Thank you in advance for completing this survey by Sept. 16, 2022. You need to complete one for each school in which your children are enrolled, using the code for that building above. The insight you provide will be valuable in our ongoing efforts to improve student achievement. WE SUPPORT survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous, so please answer all questions honestly. Please try to provide your perceptions and expectations of your child’s school or district overall. Thank you.
3 months ago, Marion County Schools
Dear MCS Families: During the period of September 6-16, 2022, we are asking for your input. The WE SUPPORT Survey is designed to inform schools and districts about expectations and perceptions the community has about student learning. The Survey is structured around three main constructs: • Rigor • Relevance • Relationships To voluntarily participate: • Go to www.wesurvey.org • Enter the case sensitive password for your child’s school. Each code is unique to your child’s school: CMC17BLC • When all questions have been answered, click Submit for your responses to be recorded. Thank you in advance for completing this survey by. The insight you provide will be valuable in our ongoing efforts to improve student achievement. Please read the following before taking the survey: The WE SUPPORT survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous, so please answer all questions honestly. Please try to provide your perceptions and expectations of the school or district overall. Your input is important to us as we continually strive to make this school better for you. Thank you.
3 months ago, Marion County Schools
MCS Barnes Learning Center Families: During the period of Sept. 6-16, 2022, MCS will be administering a survey to students, teachers, and families. The WE SUPPORT Survey is designed to inform schools and districts about expectations and perceptions the community has about student learning. The survey is structured around three main areas: • Rigor • Relevance • Relationships To take the survey, parents/guardians do the following: • Go to www.wesurvey.org • Enter the case sensitive password that is unique to your child’s school (copy > paste works best): CMC17BLC •When all questions have been answered, click Submit for your responses to be recorded. Thank you in advance for completing this survey by Sept. 16, 2022. You need to complete one for each school in which your children are enrolled, using the code for that building above. The insight you provide will be valuable in our ongoing efforts to improve student achievement. WE SUPPORT survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous, so please answer all questions honestly. Please try to provide your perceptions and expectations of your child’s school or district overall. Thank you.
3 months ago, Marion County Schools
Barnes Learning Center Families: During the period of Sept. 6-16, 2022, MCS will be administering a survey to students, teachers, and families. The WE SUPPORT Survey is designed to inform schools and districts about expectations and perceptions the community has about student learning. The survey is structured around three main areas: • Rigor • Relevance • Relationships To take the survey, parents/guardians do the following: • Go to www.wesurvey.org • Enter the case sensitive password that is unique to your child’s school (copy > paste works best): CMC17BLC •When all questions have been answered, click Submit for your responses to be recorded. Thank you in advance for completing this survey by Sept. 16, 2022. You need to complete one for each school in which your children are enrolled, using the code for that building above. The insight you provide will be valuable in our ongoing efforts to improve student achievement. WE SUPPORT survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous, so please answer all questions honestly. Please try to provide your perceptions and expectations of your child’s school or district overall. Thank you.
3 months ago, Marion County Schools
If you a graduating high school senior, you may want to consider applying for the United States JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship Application. Applications must be postmarked no later than January 14, 2022. Visit: https://5il.co/133ec.
12 months ago, Marion County Schools
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If you are a member of the graduating Class of 2022, now is the time to begin looking for scholarship opportunities. See if you qualify for the Colombo F. Bandiera Scholarship here: https://5il.co/12foi.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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Marion County Schools (MCS) has worked closely with the Marion County Health Department (MCHD) to provide COVID vaccine opportunities for your child. MCS will not be offering clinics. If you wish for your student, age 5 and over, to receive the COVID vaccine the MCHD has opened a link for you to schedule a time that is best for you. You are not obligated to use this clinic option, as there are many local physicians and pharmacies offering the vaccine as well. You may register your child using the following link: https://wvumedicine.org/info/marion-vaccine
about 1 year ago, Robin Haught
Have you completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? Students and their families could begin filing the FAFSA on October 1st. The West Virginia Higher Education Grant application deadline is April 15, 2022. Visit https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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A Frequently Asked Questions for Child & Teen COVID-19 Immunizations has been released by the WVDE and WV Department of Health and Human Resources. Children 5-11 can get Pfizer-BioNTech pediatric COVID-19 vaccine, in 2 doses at least 3 weeks apart. See more: https://5il.co/11oee
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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MCS librarians and media specialists open windows into the world of learning and discovery. Here is a monthly newsletter to celebrate the great happenings in libraries throughout the county: https://5il.co/11mia.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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Thank you to EQT Corporation and President Ellen Rossi for the company's generous donation of $3,000 to the Marion County Christmas Toy Shop. "Every child deserves a Christmas," and EQT is helping to make this possible in Marion County. To donate, contact 304-203-8385.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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1 Bus + 1 Driver = a BIG Impact on Education. It's National School Bus Safety Week. MCS is proud to work with our bus operators, families, students, teachers, motorists, and administrators to stress school bus safety. Students see poster contest guidelines at https://5il.co/10qvz
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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Underwood Smith Scholarship opportunity for graduating seniors who are interested in becoming a WV teacher: The current senior class can apply by December 31, 2021, for this scholarship, which could offer them $10,000.00 a year for four years while working to become to teacher.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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The MC BOE recently accepted a resolution to recognize MCS as a Purple Heart District. Many WVs are veterans of the Unites States armed forces and have families with children attending school. During times when these families relocate to meet duty requirements or experience the absence of a loved one while on deployment, MCS has an opportunity to meet the unique needs of these children. The Purple Star Award is designed to recognize schools that create a military-friendly environment and make a special commitment to supporting the resilience of military connected children. For more information, contact L.D. Skarzinski, Administrative Assistant of C&I, at lskarzin@k12.wv.us or visit https://wvde.us/commonground/.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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Help a Teen Out! Connecting Link Inc. is collecting items for Teen Angels this year. All donations should be turned into Connecting Link or one of Marion County Schools by Monday, November 29, 2021. Learn more at https://connectinglinkwv.com/.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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Parent-Teacher Conference days and times are announced for each of the Marion County Schools. Families should contact their child's teacher for more specific information about how to connect on the dates and times listed below.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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U.S. Senator Moore Capito will host Academy Day for WV students interested in learning more about admissions to the U.S. Service Academies and ROTC scholarships. Sunday, September 26, 2021, 2–4, Bridgeport High School. See https://www.capito.senate.gov/academy-nominations.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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Do it for Babydog: Round 2: Online registration is open for the sweepstakes. Weekly, 5 vaccinated WV students, 12-25, win a full 4-year scholarship – including room and board, tuition, and books – to any public college or university in WV. All 18 older who have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine can register for an opportunity to win additional prizes, including sports cars, free gas for 10 years, a dream wedding, season ticket packages to WVU and Marshall games, more!
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
Do it for BabyDog
MCS Child Nutrition Office has received word that its application as a countywide Community Eligibility Program has been approved for the 2021-22 school year. All students in MCS have the opportunity to eat breakfast and lunch at school at no cost through CEP. The CEP was enacted as a result of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act and provides universal meal service to children in high-poverty areas. What does this mean for students? If benefits become available again this year through the Pandemic EBT, ALL MCS families now qualify for these benefits. Marion County is an equal opportunity provider.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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Like businesses across the nation, the MCS Child Nutrition Dept. has been experiencing some outs and shortages from our suppliers. MCS will continue to substitute products as possible from our suppliers. If we have to change menus, we work diligently to try to give plenty of notice to students and families. Updates are sent through your child’s school as necessary. We appreciate your patience, grace, and understanding.
about 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
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