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September 22:  Seamless Summer Option for September through December 2020.

The Mitchell County School Nutrition Program will operate Seamless Summer Option for September through December 2020. Meals will be provided to all children without charge. All children up to age 18 will be served regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Click here for details including time and location for meal pickup.  
 

 

September 15, 2020:  COVID Count in Mitchell County School System.  Chart

 
September 15:  MCHS Home Football Game Schedule for Friday, September 18 has been canceled. 

 

September 4:  Guidelines for MCHS's Home Football Games

Mitchell County High School's Football Team will host its first home game in the new stadium (located at Mitchell County High School) on September 11.  Tickets:  $10.  Due to COVID 19, masks are required on entry and social distancing guidelines should be followed.   Children in grades 7 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult.

 


 

 

Prevention & Response Plans to COVID 19

The focus of the Mitchell County School System is to avoid and/or minimize opportunities for sustained exposure to COVID 19 for all faculty, staff, and students.
By definition, exposure only occurs when someone is closer than 6 feet for more than 15 minutes to someone else who has also been exposed (or tested positive). If a mask is worn and 6 feet distancing is maintained, contact with a person who has tested positive does not mean you have been exposed and you are not required to be sent home from school.
MCSS has implemented the following safety protocols and enhanced mitigation measures:
     Enhanced Social Distancing Measures (masks, smaller class sizes, 6 foot distancing, A/B Schedules, no hallway transitions)
    Temperature Checks, Regular Handwashing
      Regular/deep cleaning of classrooms and buses

Additional Enhanced Mitigation Measures:

Lunch and breakfast served in the classrooms
Participating in contact tracing efforts
No visitors allowed in any of the school buildings
Use of UV Wands by all employees to sanitize frequently used surfaces

 

August 20:  Georgia Department of Education and GA Department of Public Health Guidance 
 
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August 14:  Video: Click on link below to watch

Message from Assistant Superintendent Jacquelyn White About At-Home Learning Program

 

Attention:  Students Who Are Currently Participating In The  At-Home Learning Program

Listed below are the first nine weeks assignments for students who are participating in the At-Home Learning Program.  

 

Mitchell County Primary School:  

Contact Person:  Kristin Hollis (email: Kristin_Hollis@mitchell.k12.ga.us or call her at 229-328-3721)

Kindergarten Assignments

1st Grade Assignments 

 

Mitchell County Elementary School:

Contact Person:  Vanessa Williams (vanessa_williams@mitchell.k12.ga.us or call her at 229-328-3718)

2nd Grade Assignments

3rd Grade Assignments

4th Grade Assignments

 

Mitchell County Middle School:

Contact Person:  Jaycie Holland (jaycie_holland@mitchell.k12.ga.us or call her at 229-328-3734)

 

5th Grade ELA Assignments

5th Grade Math Assignments

 

6th Grade ELA Assignments

6th Grade Math Assignments

 

7th Grade ELA Assignments

7th Grade Math Assignments

 

Mitchell County High School:

Contact Person:  Elizabeth Gibson (Elizabeth_Gibson@mitchell.k12.ga.us or call her at 229-328-2226)

8th Grade ELA Assignments

8th Grade Math Assignments

 

9th Grade Lit Assignments

9th Grade Math (Algebra) Assignments

 

10-12th Grade Instructions

 

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July 27:  MCSS Student Arrivals/Pick-ups:  We will follow Department of Public Health guidance for arrival-to-school procedures. We ask that parents monitor their students’ health prior to sending them to school.  If anyone has a fever (100.4+) or other symptoms, they will be placed in a separate location and the parent will be called to come pick up the student.  We are asking that if students have a fever or illness that they remain home per Department of Public Health guidelines.  Online educational opportunities will be made available to students when needed.

 

School Cell Phone Numbers to reach Principals:

MCPS:  229-328-3742                                            MCES:  229-328-3746

MCMS:  229-328-3736                                            MCHS:  229-328-3716

 

Building Access:  No visitors will be allowed into the school building until further notice.  When dropping off or picking up a student, please call the cell phone numbers listed on the signs in front of each school building.  A staff member will come out to assist you and your student.

 

Student Handbook 2020-2021 

Click on the link above to review the Student Handbook for the 2020-2021 school year. 

 

 

July 21, 2020:  GA Department of Public Health-Returning to School Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The GA Department of Public Health has prepared several handouts to help parents and students prepare to return to school amid COVID-19 Pandemic.  The handouts include:  information about returning to school, Symptom screening checklist for elementary students, middle and high school students, persons entering the building, and parent/guardian attestation.  Returning to School Handouts

 

 

Attention Parents:  If you have a child that will be attending school  for the first time in the Mitchell County School System, click on the link  to register your child.   New Student Enrollment Application

Parents:  if possible please mail a copy of your child's immunization record, social security card, Ear-Eye-and Dental Form and birth certificate to: Lytresa Sanders, Mitchell County Board Office, 108 South Harney Street, Camilla, GA 31730.  OR take a picture of the document and email it to her at lytresa_sanders@mitchell.k12.ga.us.  
 
There will be no face-to-face meeting at this time. 
 

Student Withdrawal:  How do I withdraw my child from the Mitchell County School System? Click on the link below to withdraw your child; after submitting the form, you will be contacted. Student Withdrawal Application

COVID-19: Coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. Coronavirus Informational Website

 

EAGLE Book Reading Videos by Ms. Allison Morman

April 21:  Eagle Book Reading Video #3 April 15:  Book Reading 2:   April 8:  Book Reading #1

 

March 23:  How to Log into Clever - Student Instructions