Please fill out the following Student Access to Internet Google Form to help MCSD with future planning to help all of our students: https://forms.gle/
Students and Parents:
For this week, March 30th through April 3rd, students will complete AMI packets as previously assigned for AMI days 6 through 10. For students in grades 5 through 12 that are unable to access AMI assignments through Google Classroom, AMI packets may be picked up any day of the week at the HS drive through line during the lunch pick up from 11 am to 1 pm. AMI packets are also posted on the Magnet Cove School District website. Packets for grades Kindergarten through 4 were sent home before the break and are also posted on the school district website.
Completed AMI packets for AMI days 1 through 5 that need to be returned to the teachers, may be placed in boxes located at the HS drive through line at any time during the day.
Beginning April 6th, Magnet Cove School District will partner with the Arkansas Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Arkansas PBS, and Virtual Arkansas to provide Alternate Methods of Instruction (AMI) for our students going forward. We will send out more detailed information and instructions Tuesday, but wanted to inform you of the direction we will move in order to best meet the needs of all our students.
Mr Eskola will be emailing all seniors with additional information on Monday, March 30th.
The Magnet Cove School District will supply a daily grab and go breakfast from 7:30 am to 9:00 am under the high school awning for the remainder of the week. Lunch will remain available for pickup daily from 11:00am to 1:00 pm. The district will begin delivering lunches daily for the remainder of the week to those unable to access meals at the school due to lack of transportation. In order to accommodate those needing delivery, there are two options for submitting orders. Orders can be submitted by calling 501-337-9131 or by submitting orders via a Google form located on the homepage of the Magnet Cove School District website. Phone orders will be accepted between 8 and 10 am. If utilizing the Google form, orders must be submitted by 10am. Deliveries will begin at 11:30 am to the address provided. Please be visible at the address you submit on the Google form or provide via phone. Any bus riders, please be visible at your normal bus stop.
Please fill out the following form to have lunch delivered to your home : https://forms.gle/Kwm25kjLxtmUjw4b9
**If you student has food allergies, please speak to the Chartwells empolyee when meals are delivered or picked up for more information**
Governor’s Media Contact: Press Shop (firstname.lastname@example.org or 501.683.3642)
If you have questions or concerns about COVID-19, you can contact the Arkansas Department of Health at 800.803.7847 or visit https://www.healthy.arkansas.gov/.
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, Magnet Cove kindergarten registration will no longer be held on April 3. Please fill out the Google form that will allow you to register your upcoming kindergarten student. To receive a packet via USPS, please call 501-337-9131 Monday-Friday from 8:00-3:00. If your child was a student in Headstart or ABC PreK, you will be receiving a registration packet in the mail. For any questions, please call 501-337-9131. Thank you! KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION GOOGLE FORM
Arkansas Public School Choice Announcement
This is a public announcement. Public School Choice in Arkansas allows students to attend a public school in a district other than the one in which they reside. Applications for students in the following counties: Clark, Grant, Hot Spring, Pike, and Saline, (must be made by May 1, 2020 to qualify for provisions under the Arkansas Public School Choice Act of 2013.)
Pursuant to standards adopted by a non-resident school board, a non-resident district may reserve the right to accept and reject applicants based on capacity of programs, class, grade level, or school building. Likewise, a non-resident district’s standards may provide for the rejection of an applicant based upon the submission of false or misleading information to the above listed request for information when that information directly impacts the legal qualifications of an applicant to transfer pursuant to the School Choice Act. However, a non-resident district’s standards shall not include an applicant’s previous academic achievement, athletic or other extra-curricular ability, handicapping conditions, English proficiency level, or previous disciplinary proceedings, except that an expulsion from another district may be included pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. 6-18-510. Priority will be given to applicants with siblings attending the district. The non-resident district shall accept credits toward graduation that were awarded by another district and award a diploma to a non-resident applicant if the applicant meets the non-resident district’s graduation requirements. Applications must be postmarked or delivered to the Superintendent of Schools no later than May 1 for a child to be able to enroll for the fall semester. Transfers shall be granted on a non-discriminatory basis. Students who have been accepted and enrolled in previous years do not have to reapply as approved transfers remain valid for as long as the student attends that public school. SCHOOL CHOICE APPLICATION
Information on the new Elementary
When making transportation changes, please email the school sectretaries:
Elementary: Stacey Bailey email@example.com
Middle School: Meshele Long firstname.lastname@example.org
High School: Becky Davidson email@example.com
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