Encuesta Comunitaria de ESSER III El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Newberry necesita información sobre el gasto de la asignación de ARP - ESSER III. El SDNC recibió más de $ 15,2 millones para abordar la pérdida de aprendizaje y las necesidades académicas relacionadas con la pandemia de Covid19. Los fondos no se pueden utilizar para bonificaciones. El 11 de marzo de 2021, la Ley del Plan de Rescate Estadounidense (ARP) se convirtió en ley. El Departamento de Educación de los Estados Unidos está proporcionando $ 121,9 mil millones adicionales para el Fondo de Ayuda de Emergencia para Escuelas Primarias y Secundarias (Fondo ESSER III). Esta legislación otorgará estas subvenciones a las agencias educativas estatales (SEA) con el propósito de proporcionar a las agencias educativas locales (LEA) fondos de ayuda de emergencia para abordar el impacto que COVID-19 ha tenido y sigue teniendo en las escuelas primarias y secundarias de todo el país. la Nación. Por favor complete la siguiente encuesta: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe68t0vop3zRC4n7gkjzBg00beljT0orT04uS5Pwd1jEcTAEQ/viewform
ESSER III Community Survey The School District of Newberry County needs input on the spending of the ARP - ESSER III allocation. The SDNC received over $15.2 million to address learning loss and academic needs related to the Covid19 pandemic. Funds cannot be used for bonuses. On March 11, 2021, the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act was signed into law. The US Department of Education is providing an additional $121.9 billion for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III Fund). This legislation will award these grants to state educational agencies (SEAs) for the purpose of providing local educational agencies (LEAs) with emergency relief funds to address the impact that COVID-19 has had, and continues to have, on elementary and secondary schools across the nation. Please complete the following survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSei9tClMHrmiD75mx587EV1x2WJzU8P3QljYmghF9bB9aZ2KA/viewform
Laptop Turn-In Information: https://www.mid-carolinahighschool.org/o/mchs/article/473850
Opt Out Form for Masks- read more here: https://www.mid-carolinahighschool.org/article/460025?org=mchs
The Miss MCHS 2021 pageant is virtual this year. There will NOT be an in-person pageant on Saturday, Jan. 23. Read more here: https://www.mid-carolinahighschool.org/article/384572?org=mchs
Tonight's basketball games are SOLD OUT! https://mid-carolinaathletics.com/2020/12/04/tonights-mid-carolina-vs-newberry-game-is-sold-out-december-4-20202/
Sign up for Virtual Parent Teacher Conferences on November 2nd by clicking on this link: https://www.mid-carolinahighschool.org/article/332422?org=mchs
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Junior webinar RE-SCHEDULED! We sincerely apologize for the issues this morning with our class meetings. We have since been in touch with Rhodes Graduation Services and have been reassured that the technical difficulties have been fixed. Please make sure that when you access the webinar that you access it through the web browser. Rhodes Graduation Services/Jostens will hold a virtual junior class meeting on Monday, September 28, at 2 p.m. to inform students of ordering class rings. Parents and students are welcomed to join the webinar. The link and information to log in is below. Topic: Mid Carolina Junior Class Meeting, Monday, Sept. 28th @ 2 p.m. Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/97486291669?pwd=QTdnYzAxcDkzVmJNTkcwTGdJV21rZz09 Webinar ID: 974 8629 1669 Passcode: RHODESGRAD NOTE: Junior packets are in the main office. Students are asked to stop by between classes or during their lunch periods to pick their packet up.
Senior Webinar re-scheduled for 1:30 TODAY! We sincerely apologize for the issues this morning with our class meetings. We have since been in touch with Rhodes Graduation Services and have been reassured that the technical difficulties have been fixed. Please make sure that when you access the webinar that you access it through the web browser. Rhodes Graduation Services/Jostens will hold a virtual senior class meeting on Monday, September 28, at 1:30 p.m. to inform students of ordering senior supplies. Parents and students are welcomed to join the webinar. The link and information to log in is below. Topic: Mid Carolina Senior Class Meeting, Monday, Sept. 28th @ 9:00 Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/97486291669?pwd=QTdnYzAxcDkzVmJNTkcwTGdJV21rZz09 Webinar ID: 974 8629 1669 Passcode: RHODESGRAD NOTE: Senior packets are in the main office. Students are asked to stop by between classes or during their lunch periods to pick their packet up.
The volleyball match against Chapin has been CANCELLED.
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Toolkit Tip: Self screen your children before coming to school. If they have been a close contact of a positive case within 14 days or showing COVID-19 symptoms, please do not send them to school and contact your school nurse. Click on this link for more details: https://www.mid-carolinahighschool.org/article/290055?org=mchs
Make-Up Registration Day August 20 in the gym--- Make-up Registration Day will be Thursday, August 20 from 8:00-4:00 in the MCHS gym. You can pay fees, pick up schedules, and pick up laptops.
REGISTRATION IS AUGUST 12 FROM 1:00-6:00 AND AUGUST 13 FROM 8:00-1:00. YOU WILL PICK UP LAPTOPS AND PAY SCHOOL FEES. CALL THE SCHOOL IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. THANKS.
Parents of students in the School District of Newberry County are asked to complete one questionnaire per child to determine how they would like their child to return to school for the 2020-2021 school year. Option 1 allows parents the choice of sending their child to school on a Hybrid schedule – meeting in person 2 days per week and eLearning 3 days per week. Option 2 is for parents who wish to have their child participate in the Newberry ONE Institute for eLearning, a completely online option for a semester at a time. The questionnaire can be found at https://bit.ly/SDNCLearningPref and must be submitted prior to midnight on July 28, 2020.
RETURNING STUDENT ONLINE REGISTRATION: https://www.mid-carolinahighschool.org/article/268571?org=mchs
Bus ID’s July 7 & 8
2020-2021 School Year Update MCHS Parents, Students and Staff, First and foremost, we hope all of you are safe and well. We are all united and care deeply for the well-being of our students and staff. As positive COVID-19 cases continue to rise daily, our students, staff and their families’ safety is our number one priority. As we explore every option for the best route to return to school, we all must acknowledge the uncertainty and unpredictability of next school year due to the pandemic. As we plan for the 2020-2021 school year there is much to examine, plan for and safeguard. Scheduling for the 2020-2021 school year poses unique challenges that have never before been faced in our schools. Schools are faced with the task of building schedules that are aligned to best practice and research on student learning while also adhering to the new health and safety protocols implemented due to COVID-19. This task is further complicated by the impossibility of projecting with certainty the health conditions in August 2020 as well as the possibility of a resurgence of the virus in the fall. As we move into the 2020–2021 school year, schools will continue to face extraordinary, new challenges that will require unprecedented levels of cooperation and coordination among students, families, staff, and school communities. Our district personnel, administrators, teachers, and staff are working together diligently to provide all students with a safe and equitable learning environment for the 2020-2021 school year. In order to best guide school and district decision making, the SCDE in collaboration with DHEC have provided recommendations for safely re-opening schools along with clear criteria for determining the rate of spread of COVID-19 in our surrounding community. This information was provided on June 22 meaning that schools and districts now have the information needed to plan for a safe return to school. As we make decisions please know that all our focus, and every single one of our priorities, are directed toward protecting the health, safety and wellness of students and staff while giving students the best possible learning experience that is as close to normal as health and safety will allow. While much has changed our commitment to engaging students at all levels in educational experiences that ensure success and life-long learning will not. MCHS has always been more than a school. We are a family and we are MC strong. We are all in this together and together we will overcome any and all obstacles. As such, Mid-Carolina High School welcomes feedback and will provide timely updates to keep our MC Family informed as updated information becomes available. Please stay connected to us by: Checking our Facebook and school website. We will continuously keep you updated as new information is released. Providing feedback to the district: A Re-Opening survey for staff and families will be released by our school district. Survey responses will provide important information that will help guide decisions being made. School Re-Opening Staff Survey Link: https://bit.ly/2020EmpSur School Re-Opening Family Survey Link: https://bit.ly/2020FamSurv School and District Re-Opening Task Force: In addition to sharing information, we want to provide opportunities for the community to share feedback. Mid-Carolina High School is in the process of establishing a Re-Opening Task Force that will assist in developing plans for re-opening school. Link to NCSD recorded school board meetings AccelerateED Task Force Final Guidance and Recommendations 2020-2021 School Year RECENT DISEASE ACTIVITY BY COUNTY (as of 6.21.20) FOR SC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Updates regarding summer programs, re-opening and athletics will continuously be released by the school and the district as information is made available to us. If you have any questions, or feedback, please do not hesitate to contact me personally at 803-364-2134 or email@example.com. Your input is valued and myself and my staff are available to answer any questions. Sincerely, Ray Cooper Principal, MCHS