LK Parents, Students and Families, First, let me thank you for your support and understanding as we, as a nation and community, respond once again to the unexpected effects of COVID-19 in Marion County. I am always very proud of the way our school system handles the demands we are faced with to protect everyone as we continue to educate and feed our students during the most unusual of circumstances. As you know, LK Moss will be closed during the week of January 18 due to employee positive COVID cases at school, and a large number of employees and students being quarantined. This situation has left us with too few employees to serve our students “in house”. While we are in the business of educating, our first priority is the safety of our students and our employees. Be assured, we have been working diligently to continue to serve all students in the most effective capacity possible, and it is the desire of all of our employees to have students at school for face-to-face instruction. Unfortunately, circumstances arise that cause us to resort to an alternative. For the upcoming week, lessons will be guided through TEAMS sessions, and online instruction. Your child’s teacher will make contact on Tuesday morning or before, to inform you of how this instruction will continue for the upcoming week. Since a large number of our teachers are quarantined and may not re-enter the building, we are unable to prepare packets for home use at this time. We are anticipating this to be a short closure; however, in the event it is extended, we will send packets as soon as we have ample staff to create these and get them out. Everyone must understand there is no way for us to please all as we make these decisions. Our priority is to keep everyone safe while still serving our students in the most productive and effective way possible under the circumstances. Thank you for your continued support and positivity as we strive to do what is best for ALL of our students and employees during these challenging times.
LK MOSS will be closed all next week. Multiple positive COVID results were reported today. On Wednesday, we will confirm the reopening date and will provide that information. Lunches will be delivered on Tuesday and Thursday for those who previously signed up. If you need to sign up, contact LK Moss on Tuesday morning. We apologize for any inconvenience and want to keep our students safe.
An employee at L.K. Moss tested positive for COVID-19 today. Parents/guardians of affected students have been notified. Please continue to monitor your children and report any changes in symptoms to the school.
COVID-19 numbers are still rising in our county, and I encourage you to be careful in your interactions with others. Inside the school buildings, we are still able to maintain in-person instruction; we are grateful to parents and guardians for communicating with us openly to help us be successful in these endeavors. Remember that Friday and Monday are a scheduled semester break. Employees will be working remotely on Friday, but the buildings will be closed to the public during this time so that we can thoroughly disinfect. Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. We will begin the 2nd semester on Tuesday, January 19th.
Over the weekend, community COVID-19 numbers have become concerning in our county. Although part of the increase in numbers may be attributed to delayed results on the Department of Health website from earlier in the week, Marion COVID-19 cases are steadily increasing. At this time, we are not experiencing high impact inside of our schools. Of course, this could change at any time. We ask that you help us by keeping us informed regarding symptom reporting. Please continue to keep children home if they are sick and to notify the school promptly so that we can begin contact tracing. Anytime we can prevent a particularly hazardous situation, it enables us to remain open for in-person learning. Remember that this Friday is the end-of-semester workday, which is a student holiday. Students will return to school on January 19th, after the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday. On this day, high school students will begin new classes. Students who have outstanding work for this semester must finish by Thursday, January 14th.
We currently have two middle school students who have tested positive for COVID-19. Parents/guardians of children in direct contact with those students have been notified. Students who were not directly exposed will continue with school as scheduled. Please continue to monitor your children and report any issues to the school.
Recently, the Marion County girls' and boys' varsity basketball teams, like many other sports programs, have been affected by COVID-19. At Marion County High School, we want to be extremely cautious when it comes to the health and safety of our school and community (as well as that of our opponents); therefore, we have made the difficult decision to suspend our varsity basketball program temporarily. We hope to be able to return to competition on January 22nd and apologize for any inconvenience. Please work with us to reschedule the affected games.
Happy New Year, everyone! Here is some information regarding our return to school on January 5. This will be a phased reopening. The number of positive COVID-19 cases in our county has increased this week. Because of this, Marion County Schools will follow a phased reopening plan. Because the current level of spread is high, we will continue to monitor the situation and may face further changes. All elementary students and students in grades 6-8 will return as scheduled on Tuesday, January 5. ALSO, high school students who are participating in EOC testing should return on Tuesday, 1/5. Tuesday’s EOC tests are Algebra I and ELA makeups. Wednesday’s tests include Biology and US History. Buses will run as scheduled but may arrive a few minutes early. All high school students (9-12) will return to class on Monday, January 11. (High school students are in their last few days of the semester, ending January 14. They also have greater class-to-classs movement than the younger groups.) Information regarding upcoming semester exams for students in grades 9-12 will be posted soon by individual teachers. Students, please check your Teams account and teacher web pages later this week. There will be no food delivery this week, but food pick-up is available. Further information will follow regarding semester exams and the finishing of fall courses. Please remember the following safety guidelines: Do not return if you have had direct contact with an infected person. Face masks are required on all buses and are encouraged inside the buildings. Please let the school nurse know if you have tested positive, are experiencing symptoms, or have been exposed.
Reminder! You may pick up meals at LK Moss TUESDAY (today) and THURSDAY between the hours of 11:00 - 1:00. Buses will also run their afternoon scheduled routes on TUESDAY (today) and THURSDAY to deliver meals for LK Moss students.
We have had another middle school student and staff member test positive for COVID-19 this afternoon. Please continue to monitor and report any issues with your children.
Since the previous announcement, new cases have arisen at the Middle/High School. With movement and mixing of kids at that level, it is difficult to contact trace all situations. Please monitor your kids closely over the next few days; report any developments to Nurse Tiffany.
Both LK Moss and the Middle/High School will be closed to students this week. Over the weekend there was a situation not related to school that caused some LK Moss personnel to quarantine. At the middle/high level, one student and one faculty member have tested positive, in addition to the positive test from last week. This has left us with so few staff members that we will not be able to provide services. All employees who are not quarantined should report to work as scheduled tomorrow. If you have been exposed, you have been or will be directly contacted. Teachers will make every effort to contact students tomorrow; please let them know if you would like lunch delivered. A bus will run on Tuesday and Thursday of this week to deliver meals for LK Moss students and on Wednesday for middle/high. There will be no meal service during the regularly scheduled holiday break. We apologize for any inconvenience and wish you a safe and happy holiday!
Attention L.K. Moss Parents: Please note that Friday, December 18 is an EARLY RELEASE DAY. Students will begin to load buses at 11:45 am. Students will arrive home approximately 3 HOURS EARLY. Car riders will begin loading at 11:45 am. Please plan early to provide supervision for your children on that day. Christmas Holidays are Dec.21-Jan.4, 2021. Have a safe and wonderful break. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!!!!!!
A positive case of COVID-19 has been identified at the Middle High School. Parents of affected students have been notified. Students who were not directly exposed will continue with school as usual. We will continue to monitor the situation.
We have reevaluated our contact tracing, and students at the middle/high school will be allowed to return on Thursday.
I hope all of you had a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday. All employees will return to work on Monday the 30th unless you are quarantined. LK Moss students return Monday the 30th as well; middle/high students will come back later in the week. Please watch the website for specific updates. DO NOT come back if you have symptoms OR if you have been exposed to someone over the break who has symptoms. If this is the case, call your school on Monday.
All Marion County school facilities will be closed to the public tomorrow (Friday) to begin deep cleaning and fumigation. Office staff will be available by phone or e-mail from 8 to 11 a.m. Teachers will also be available by e-mail during regular school days and times.
We have had a student test positive for COVID-19 at the Middle/High School. A high school case can cause extensive issues. Due to quarantine issues, we will be short of staff members to carry out daily supervision. Marion Middle/High School will be closed as of the end of the day today and will remain closed through December 3rd. This DOES NOT impact L.K. Moss Elementary; currently, they plan to reopen as scheduled on November 30th. As always, if your child or teen has had direct contact with the affected student, you will be personally notified. Please watch the website for assignment information.
TOMORROW! WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18: BUSES will run the routes to collect any paperwork that needs to be turned back in to teachers, AND drop off any new paperwork. Please meet your bus at the normally scheduled drop-off time. CAR RIDERS can come by to drop off any paperwork that needs to be turned back in to teachers, and collect any new paperwork. You may come by the school between the hours of 9:00 am and 11:00 am.
PARENTS: Buses are headed your way TOMORROW, Wednesday, November 11, 2020 at regular afternoon drop-off times! We will deliver student packets. Meet the bus where you would normally pick up your child. Provide the child's name and grade level. Friendly reminder....school personnel will hand you the materials. Stay at arms length away from the bus. Let’s practice our social distancing! See you all tomorrow! NOTE: Bus routes will occur again on Monday, November 16 and Wednesday, November 18 at normal afternoon drop-off times. PARENTS: On Wednesday, November 11, from 9:00 am – 11:00 pm, L.K. Moss car rider students can pick up their paperwork in a drive-through format. Cars will enter the campus through the far entrance, and proceed just as they do with car riders. No one is to exit the car. A school representative will ask the student’s name, and will retrieve the packets. Four cars will be served at a time. PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR CHILD’S HOMEROOM TEACHER IF YOU WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN THE DRIVE-THROUGH. We will need to pull your child’s paperwork and have it ready for pick-up. This procedure will be repeated on Monday, November 16 and Wednesday, November 18.
Effective tomorrow (11/10), ALL in-person L.K. Moss Elementary students will transition to distance (work from home) learning and will return to school on November 30th. THE MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL WILL CURRENTLY REMAIN IN-PERSON. A food service member at L.K. Moss has tested positive for COVID-19, and while there has not been a widespread outbreak, the entire food service staff must be quarantined. With no cafeteria staff, students would not have access to school meals. *There will be no lunch delivery during this time. While there has been no exposure to the students in the cafeteria, the affected employee also works in the transportation department. If your child was exposed via transportation, you will be contacted personally this afternoon. A couple of bus routes may run next week to deliver instructional materials and packets. Please watch the website for updates.
We feel that it is important to address two concerns that have been expressed through comments. The question was raised as to whether or not we had cleaned the affected room. As a follow-up to any positive case of COVID-19, the affected room as well as all of the rooms on the wing, the hallway, the nurse's station, the office and main hallway have been sprayed, cleaned and fumigated. The disinfectant that is being used to treat the school is effective for 21 days, and this cleaning is in addition to the scheduled rotation of every 21 days. The second question asked for the identification of the person who is positive. According to HIPAA Laws, we legally cannot give out identifying information as to who is a positive COVID-19 case. HIPAA is an acronym that stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. This law provides privacy standards to protect patients' confidential health information and medical records. Please be reminded that If your child has been directly exposed to someone at school who has tested positive, you will be personally notified. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we continue to keep the safety of our students, employees and community a top priority.
The ASVAB will be given on December 16th. Preference will be given to seniors. Juniors may test in the spring. Seniors, if you are considering a career in the armed forces, please sign up for the ASVAB as soon as possible. See Mrs. Jernigan for details.
An employee at LK Moss Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19. Based on contact tracing and regulations, the situation has resulted in other employees and one class being quarantined. Students in classes where direct exposure did not occur will continue with school as usual. We will continue to monitor the situation in the upcoming days. If your child has been directly exposed to someone at school who has tested positive, you will be personally notified.
One of our high school employees had direct contact with someone outside of school who tested positive for COVID-19. The employee has been sent home to quarantine. We will continue to monitor the situation. As always, if your child or teen has been in contact with someone who tests positive, you will be personally notified.
We have had a high school student test positive for COVID-19. Based on contact tracing and guidance from the department of health, no student was determined to have direct exposure so no one will have to be quarantined at this time. We are posting this information in an effort to keep the community informed. We will continue to monitor the situation and will update you when necessary.
We will have an inter-squad football scrimmage on Thursday, November 5th. We will begin with Senior night recognition at 5:15. (Seniors and their 2 escorts are asked to arrive no later than 5:00.) The Homecoming Court recognition will be held around 6:00 during halftime.
LKMOSS Make-up Pictures are on Tuesday, November 3: We will also take pictures of virtual students on this day. This is OPTIONAL for all virtual students. Students will meet at the patio outside of the lunchroom according to the following schedule: 8:30 am: Kindergarten and 1st grade 9:00 am: 2nd grade and 3rd grade 9:30 am: 4th and 5th grade
Central of Talbotton has cancelled this Friday night's game. At this time, we are searching for another opponent. The Homecoming game may be delayed. If necessary, we will make additional plans to highlight our court and Seniors. Updates will be posted as they become available.
Due to student transitions throughout the 1st 9 weeks, report cards for elementary, middle, and high school will now go home on Tuesday, October 27.
Important Information: 1. We are sending home information about the INFLUENZA vaccine. 2. Check out our Facebook page for information about a Virtual Training for Parents. Chattahoochee-Flint RESA in partnership with South Georgia Technical College is providing virtual training for parents to better understand their child's virtual learning environment. Registrants will receive the training link after they have registered. October 29th @ 6-7:30pm (Microsoft Teams) Registration Link: bit.ly/sgtccfresa
Multiple services are currently down due to a Microsoft authentication outage. Services requiring office 365 are inaccessible. We are aware of the situation and monitoring for response from Microsoft.
We are currently making plans for students in grades 10-12 (who did not opt to work from home for the first semester) to return to campus on Thursday, October 1. This is the most challenging group of students, as they are the most social both at and away from the school campus. Also, with students changing to various classes during the day, it is more difficult to map their contacts than it has been for our middle school students. For this reason, large groups may need to be quarantined if any student near them tests positive. If there is a question about your child's health, please keep him/her home and contact the school immediately. We are extremely excited to have so many of our students back with us, and our ultimate goal is to keep them healthy and safe.
Our school system has identified its first COVID case, which occurred at the Middle/High School. This incident requires a small number of individuals to quarantine; parents of affected students have already been notified. Unfortunately, this will probably be our ongoing reality as we go through the next several weeks. Please assist us with our efforts by keeping children home when they are sick or have been exposed. Also, please notify the school of any COVID-related changes in your child’s health or environment. This will help us to manage individual situations successfully and to minimize the number of people who have to be quarantined.
It is extremely important to the success and future of Marion County and the City of Buena that have the most accurate census count possible. To date, we are at 35 % self-response which is not good and only you as an individual can change this number. Let us improve our numbers by simply clicking on the link below and complete the necessary information to be counted. This is for our future. https://my2020census.gov/app/intro/state
Marion County School System officials are continuing to monitor the weather associated with Hurricane Sally. At this time, there are no expected school closings for Marion County schools. However, there are concerns regarding the unpaved roads throughout the county as the rain continues. As changes occur, updates will be made available as needed. Stay safe!
Lunch will continue to be offered to all K-12 VIRTUAL students as well as Grade 10-12 traditional students (in-person) during the week of September 21-25, 2020. Parents simply need to register for meals and pick them up at their child’s school on the designated days. MCMHS pick up days are Monday and Wednesday from 10 AM until 11 AM. LKMES pick up days are Tuesday and Thursday from 10 AM until 11 AM. Please use the following form to register for meals. Registration for next week’s meals will close this Thursday, September 17th at 5 PM. If you have questions regarding meals, please contact Sonya Faulk or Deana Powell at (229) 649-2234 or your child's principal. https://forms.gle/MGfLuRR6XxXZtQKK8
The first few days of in-person school at L.K. Moss have gone smoothly. I'd like to commend our parents, students, faculty, and staff on a great job of getting back into their routines and helping everything run so well. Thank you!
We are so excited that our third, fourth and fifth graders will be joining us at LK Moss TOMORROW! See you all bright and early in the morning! 🥰😁
Meals will be delivered today (9/9/20) as normal. Next week will be different since grades 3-7 will return to school. Lunch will continue to be offered to traditional students (in-person) in grades 8-12 during the week of September 14-18, 2020. Parents simply need to register for meals and pick them up on Monday and Wednesday from 10 AM until 11 AM at Marion County Middle High School. Traditional students in grades 8-9 are only eligible for Monday pick-up as they will return to the building Wednesday. Virtual parents who signed up for lunch back in July will be contacted individually. Please use the following form to register for meals. Registration will close Thursday, September 10th at 5 PM. If you have questions regarding meals, please contact Sonya Faulk or Deana Powell at (229) 649-2234 or your child's principal. https://forms.gle/MGfLuRR6XxXZtQKK8
We are excited to welcome back K-2 today, and we are glad to announce return dates for other students (in-person learners): Grades 3-5 will return Monday, 9/14. Grades 6-7 will also return Monday, 9/14. Grades 8-9 will return on Wednesday, 9/16. We will let you know the return dates for grades 10-12 soon. Students who are not physically in the building, look for meal instructions to be posted on the website Thursday. Buses will no longer deliver meals.
We are so excited that this Wednesday, September 9, our LK Moss Kindergarten students, First graders and Second graders will be returning to school to join our Pre-K. Woo hoo! We can’t wait to see all of you! 🥰
Washington-Wilkes just notified us that they will not be able to play tomorrow due to a COVID situation. The ticket(s) you purchased will be honored at the 9/18 game vs. Greenville. If that is an issue, you can call the high school at 229-649-7520 on Tuesday.
Update and Information Regarding School Openings in Marion County This week, Marion County’s L.K. Moss Elementary welcomed back Pre-K students. Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade will start on September 9th. The remainder of L.K. Moss students (grades 3-5) will go back to school on September 14th. Teachers and staff are excited to welcome back students and are encouraging safe hygiene practices. As long as the community spread in Marion County stays stable, grade levels at the Middle/High School will be able to return soon. Normally, the school system has tried to give a week to a week and ½ notice prior to bringing back grade levels. At this point, grade levels will be added in more quickly. Please watch the website at www.marion.k12.ga.us for updates and information.
Dr. Medders will be offering a Zoom Meeting tomorrow, Thursday, September 3 at 1:00 pm for all Kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade PARENTS/GUARDIANS. Parents, a link will be sent out for you to join. If you have questions, please contact your child’s teacher. Can't attend at 1:00 pm tomorrow? NO WORRIES! Your child's teacher will forward the PowerPoint to you following the meeting. We are looking forward to seeing all of our kindergarten students, first graders and second graders on Wednesday, September 9.
Just a friendly reminder for those students who forgot to turn in work on Tuesday....we need student work packets! Buses will be picking up packets today, Thursday, August 27. Students...complete your work, and place it back in the zip lock bag or the folder that was provided. Meet the bus today so that your teacher can see how hard you have been working! :)
The September 1, 2020 work session of the Marion County Board of Education has been moved to Tuesday, September 22, 2020. The meeting will be held at 5:00 p.m. at Marion County Middle/High School, 1 Eagle Drive, Buena Vista, Georgia
Marion County Schools Reopening Plan Beginning August 31, Marion County Schools will begin a phased reopening. This will begin with Pre-K and continue in steps through all grade levels. The reopening will serve students who originally planned to be face to face learners. Students who signed paperwork to remain at home will come back at the agreed-upon time. Please note that a school environment is fluid, with rapid changes. The school alone cannot control community spread numbers, although we will do our best to keep students in our buildings safe. These are the planned phase-in dates for Marion County students: August 31: Pre-K September 9: Grades K-2 All other students will be added based on improving conditions. Certain IEP services will begin soon; you will be contacted individually. Updates or changes to these dates will be provided via the newspaper and the Marion County Schools website (www.marion.k12.ga.us). As grade levels return for in-person learning, food delivery to those grade levels will be stopped. As the school system gets ready to reopen your child’s grade level, please work with teachers to determine changes in transportation and contact information. The following safety rules will help us to reopen and stay open: • Teach children to wash their hands thoroughly. Plan to provide personal hand sanitizer if possible. • Check for fever each morning, and DO NOT send a sick child to school. • If you, your child, or someone in your household has taken a COVID test, please keep your child at home until the test results are returned as negative. • Find a face covering that is most comfortable for your child. Be sure to send it each day, as face coverings are STRONGLY encouraged on our campuses and REQUIRED on buses. • Teach your child the importance of social distancing (no hugging, holding hands, or getting close to the faces of their friends and teachers). • This website has safety information that will be helpful in our phase reopening: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/805416/Marion_s_Plan_to_Reopen_7.17.20.pdf Please remember that these dates may change. Visit the Marion County Schools website regularly for updates, or download our school system’s app. Let’s all do our PART (Practice good hygiene, Apply social distance, Remember to wear your face covering when appropriate, Take your temperature) to help keep kids in school!
Delivery Reminders MCMHS packets, information and lunches will be delivered on Monday and Wednesday. Pick-up is available from 11 AM until 1 PM. LK Moss packets, information and lunches will be delivered on Tuesday and Thursday. Pick-up is available from 11 AM until 1 PM. Buses leave the school at 3 PM. With the number of items being delivered, the bus may not get to you at your child’s regular bus stop time. If you have transportation questions, call Daniel Foster at 229-314-0296. If you would like items dropped at a location (within the county) other than the child’s normal bus stop, please contact your child’s school or Deana Powell at 229-649-2234.
Didn’t get your packet on the bus route? Please call the school and make sure that we have the child’s most current address. Remember that you may pick up any work at the school. Contact your child’s teacher prior to delivery day and we will have it ready! We hope that everyone has a safe and restful weekend!
L.K. Moss buses are heading your way TOMORROW, Thursday, August 13 at 3:00 pm. They will bring your packet of back-to-school paperwork, your student handbook, practice/work for class, and other items. Hope to see everyone tomorrow!
Today's 2:00 Zoom meeting is in regard to first 9 weeks digital learning for Marion County Middle/High students who originally planned for in-person learning. Please view meeting details/login info at: https://www.marion.k12.ga.us/article/282629?org=marion-county-schools
Please be sure to see the news section for updated information.
Our new start date is 8/12. Details regarding content and procedures will be provided soon.
Dear Students, Parents, and Guardians, I have just been informed today of a situation that has potentially exposed some of our lunchroom employees within the community to COVID-19. We will be working with the Georgia Department of Public Health over the upcoming days. Out of an abundance of caution, school will be delayed and a new start date projection should be announced later this week. As a result of this decision, all scheduled open houses will be cancelled and rescheduled at a later time. We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding that we are keeping the safety of our students and employees as our first priority. Sincerely, Glenn Tidwell Superintendent, Marion County Schools
The work session of the Marion County Board of Education has been moved to Monday, August 3, 2020. The meeting will be held at 5:00 p.m. at Marion County Middle/High School, 1 Eagle Drive, Buena Vista, Georgia.
At this time, Marion County School District suspends all “bus notes”. Changes will not be made to a child’s established regularly scheduled route.
ATTENTION LKM PARENTS!! The first day of school for “FACE-TO-FACE” instruction is Wed., August 5. The first day of school for VIRTUAL STUDENTS is Monday, August 10.
I realize you may have seen media coverage of actions the state school board may take regarding a setback to the opening date. I know this is a stressful time for all of us, made more difficult by uncertainty. As our local board receives information (which may be delayed in coming from the state), we will discuss at Tuesday’s local board meeting and give you all details as they become available.
Today is the last day for Virtual Learning Enrollment. Please see the news section on the District Page for the form. Forms are also available at each school.
Students who have elected to do online coursework but who wish to retain their dual enrollment/college-level courses need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, July 27th.
Registration for virtual instruction is due tomorrow July 21st.
Thank you to Renee Barrett and the Marion County Health Department for their help and guidance this summer. We are grateful for their continued support in keeping our students safe and healthy.
Please see the News Section on the district page for the Virtual Agreement Form & Rules
Please see the News Section on the District Page for a Flyer in regards to the Town Hall meetings!
Parent meetings will be held next week via the Zoom platform. These meetings will provide a picture of what face-to-face instruction will look like vs. the virtual option. There will be a limit of 100 people per session, but multiple sessions featuring this information are available: Wednesday, July 15th-meetings at 12 noon, 3 p.m., and 6 p.m; Thursday, July 16th-meeting at 9 a.m. Links and instructions for joining a meeting will be posted soon. You will be able to type in questions during the meeting. "See" you next week on Zoom!
Marion County School District is offering two learning options for the 2020-2021 school year. Please see the Article in the News Section for more information.
SENIOR PORTRAITS JULY 22nd and 23rd in the MCMHS Cafeteria Students must call LifeTouch . . . 706-568-1650 . . . and make an appointment. (THEY SHOULD HAVE ALREADY RECEIVED INFORMATION ABOUT THIS FROM LIFETOUCH!!)
THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR WILL BE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5. THIS WILL ALLOW OUR STAFF TO PARTICIPATE IN COVID-19 TRAINING.
One of our football coaches, though asymptomatic, has tested positive for COVID. We have contacted the Health Department and have followed all guidance. He has not been on campus since 6/18. We are observing GHSA dead week this week, with activities scheduled to resume on 7/6.
Summer is halfway over, and we are working to complete plans for school this fall. We should be able to announce them by the 1st or 2nd week of July. There will be an online option if you don’t feel safe sending your children to school. Details will be available in early July.
The emergency Meals-to-You program has been extended. Meals will automatically continue to be shipped to your families on the bi-weekly schedule until 07/30/2020, unless you inform them you wish to discontinue service , To discontinue service please email email@example.com.
Parents, we need your input! Please fill out the survey located in the news section of the Marion home page: https://www.marion.k12.ga.us/article/261124?org=marion-county-schools
Like many of you, we are disappointed with the graduation coverage provided by WTVM today. Items they received, such as speeches, songs, and the notations of honor graduates were not included as we expected “in the interest of time.” They have agreed to make the requested changes for their web page. Mr. Medders will also air the official graduation video tomorrow.
Just a reminder that our 2020 graduates will be honored on WTVM today at 12:30. For details, visit the news section of the Marion home page! Watch on WTVM, online at www.wtvm.com/live, or on the WTVM Facebook page.
Buses lined up to deliver student belongings today at LK Moss. Thanks to all of our teachers, bus drivers, paraprofessionals, and transportation department for all of their help in getting these things back to our students. Parents, if you have not gotten back your child’s school materials, we will hold them for you. These things may be picked up from the school once it is opened back up to the public.
The link below is for the Virtual Band Banquet! Please be sure to take a look! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_twGt7rL6Ahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_twGt7rL6A
Dear Families, If you would like to place an order for the Lifetouch school pictures that were taken earlier this Spring, go to mylifetouch.com. Free shipping to your homes will be available until May 31, 2020, when you order on mylifetouch.com with promo code SMILES. Locate your access credentials on your proof sheet if you have it or call 1-800-736-4753 and Lifetouch will help locate your credentials.
Underclassmen and middle school students should come to the MCMHS campus on Tuesday, May 19th (10 a.m. to noon) to pick up left-behind items, turn in all books, and pay fines. On Thursday, May 21st, the middle/high school buses will run their afternoon routes for students who cannot come to the school in person. At the regular drop-off time, students and parents can meet the bus driver at their bus stop to take care of these items.
ATTENTION ALL L.K. MOSS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARENTS: What: DRIVE THROUGH DAY to pick up student belongings When: Tuesday, May 19, 2020 Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Who can participate? Any students - both car riders and bus riders Anything Else? Lost and found jackets and coats will be out for claiming What about Library Books or any other school materials? Bring them to the school and we will take them when you come through the line. **Let your child's teacher know if you will be participating in the DRIVE THROUGH so that we can have your child's belongings ready. What if my child rides a bus and I cannot come to the Drive Through? The buses will deliver student belongings on a BUS ROUTE. What: BUS ROUTE deliveries When: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 Time: Regular afternoon bus route times. The bus will arrive at approximately the same time the students would normally get off of the bus in the afternoon What about Library Books or any other school materials? Bring them to the bus and we will take them and return them to the school for you. What if my child is a car rider and I cannot come to the Drive Through? Student belongings will be held until the school is once again open. Right now, the school is closed to the public.
Reminder: May 14, Senior cap/gown pick-up day in a drive-through format from 10 a.m.-noon. Start in student parking lot (yearbooks, fines) and then bus loading area under the awning for cap and gown and all other items. Bring back all textbooks and uniforms.
Current 7th grade students, don't forget about the sign-up for 8th grade honors coursework! Read the information carefully at https://www.marion.k12.ga.us/article/237090?org=marion-county-middle-high-school and have a parent e-mail Mrs. Jernigan if you'd like to participate.
In addition to our modified, in-person graduation, our Seniors will also be highlighted by WTVM/WXTX. We will share the date of that airing soon; it will be sometime the week of June 1. https://www.wtvm.com/news/2020/05/07/wtvm-partners-with-local-schools-virtual-graduations/
Office hours for L.K. Moss, MCMHS, and the Board Office have been extended. New hours are 9:00-1:00 Mon-Thurs. Offices are not open to the public. All public needs should be addressed through phone calls or emails. Hopefully, we will be able to re-open the offices in June.
At this time, we are working out details for our virtual graduation We hope to air it on May 23rd and are working with Columbus media. Having a virtual graduation does not prohibit a more traditional graduation later in the summer, if conditions are safe.
Marion County High School Seniors will be part of a virtual graduation ceremony. This ceremony will include all seniors who elected to participate in the graduation exercises. Awards earned by Seniors will also be listed at this time. Date, time, and viewing platform details will be announced next week. On May 14, Seniors will pick up caps and gowns and yearbooks (if ordered) in a drive-through format from 10 a.m.-noon. Enter the athletic drive from Highway 41 and drive around to the bus loading/unloading area under the awning. Do not exit your car. Seniors will need to bring all textbooks, uniforms, and money for fees/fines in order to be cleared to receive a diploma. On May 19th, underclassmen and middle school students will pick up yearbooks and any items left behind, as well as drop off textbooks. L.K. Moss students will also drop off and pick up items on this date. More information will follow regarding procedure.
So far, the MCHS Class of 2020 has earned 2.26 million dollars in scholarships! Students, if you have earned a scholarship and haven't reported it, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before May 10. We want to recognize your hard work!
Congratulations to Nicole Prados on her acceptance to South Georgia Technical College!
Marion County School District wants to provide food & nutrition to our students during this time while school is closed, we’re announcing a new program that will deliver meals to you for free. This program is called Meals-to-You, see the news section on the website for more info.
Congratulations to Autumn Daniels on her acceptance to Columbus Technical College!
May 1 will be the last day of required instruction for all students who currently have a passing average. The last 3 weeks of school will focus on students who need more intense instruction, remediation and review. Teachers will continue to work with these students through May 21. All exams are exempt. If you are failing or want to raise your final average, continue to work with your teacher after May 1. Reading level promotion for elementary grades will be adjusted accordingly. Final graduation ceremony decisions as well as senior items and yearbook distribution will be handled the week of May 4.
Congratulations to Ronald Romero on his acceptance to Georgia Southwestern!
Also, community service hours are due May 1. These students have received seals so far: Rebecca G., Febbie K., Bevie P., Bryan S., Mahek P., Eboni F., Daysie L., Katelin B., and Whitney S. You may have your supervisor e-mail the number of hours to Mrs. Jernigan.
Seniors, don't forget that local scholarship applications are due Friday (24th) by e-mail to Mrs. Jernigan. https://www.marion.k12.ga.us/article/225674?org=marion-county-middle-high-school
Congratulations to Caleb Minard on his acceptance to CVCC!
Congratulations to Madison McLeod on her acceptance to Andrew College!
Please check our LK Moss News section for updated distance learning assignments!
Congratulations to Luke Ogan on his acceptance to Columbus State University!
Information regarding 4th 9 weeks grading for students in all grades will be posted next Wednesday, April 22, after the board meeting on Tuesday (4/21).
Congratulations to Whitney Swan on her acceptance to Duquesne University's Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies!
Please check our L.K. Moss news section for updated distance learning assignments!
Congratulations to Alexis Crimes on her acceptance to Albany State University!
Visit our Counselors Corner on the LK Moss webpage and click on our April 2020 Parent & Child Activity Calendar: "I'm bored." Raise your hand if you've heard this statement during this coronavirus pandemic. If you are looking for some fun, family-oriented activities to complete with your family, see the calendar below for daily activities. ACTIVITY CHALLENGE: Complete the activity each day with your child(ren). Post a photo of your family completing the activity on your FaceBook page and tag L. K. Moss. We look forward to hearing from you!
Please refer to the Distance Learning article in the news section on the L.K. Moss page for information on classwork from your teachers.All Grade Levels are listed.
Parents/Students please refer to the Distance Learning article in the news section on the L.K. Moss page for information on classwork from your teachers.
Congratulations to Megan Biddle on her acceptance to Columbus Tech!
Congratulations to J.J. Bryan on her acceptance to Columbus State University!
Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, the safety of students and employees must be a priority. Several districts have made the decision to suspend feeding at this time. As conditions improve, we will reevaluate the possibility of serving meals. Our goal is always to protect our students, families and employees. Check the district website for updates.
According to Governor Kemp, all Georgia public schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. As of now, we still plan to hold graduation on May 23.
Congratulations to Amber Waycaster on her acceptance to Columbus State University!
Congratulations to Lillie McCorkle on her acceptance to Georgia Southwestern and the University of West Georgia!
Congratulations to Lacy Rushing on her acceptance to Georgia Southern University!
Hope everyone is well and you were able to talk with your teacher today (Pre-K thru 8th). Please look for a post on Wednesday that will update you on many school topics (i.e. academics). In the mean time, stay safe, enjoy your family and find ways at home to enjoy Spring Break.
Governor Kemp is closing Georgia schools through April 24th. This includes Marion County Schools. Before that date, he will make a decision regarding the remainder of the school year. Please continue to check the Marion County website, as further information specific to our school system will be posted in the next few days.
Congratulations to Arcadian White on her acceptance to Georgia Southwestern State University!
Students can now get a three month FREE subscription to Rosetta Stone. This is a wonderful resource for those enrolled in ESOL or Spanish, or even students just wanting to learn another language! Take advantage!! https://www.rosettastone.com/freeforstudents/
https://stories.audible.com/start-listen Check out Audible Stories! For as long as schools are closed, we're open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening. It's that easy.
Check out this information on how Chehaw implements at-home learning. https://www.walb.com/2020/03/19/chehaw-implements-at-home-learning/
The lunch pickup time for Tazewell store has changed from 12 noon to 11 AM.
For students who would like enrichment during the school hiatus, several teachers are offering coursework to keep students on top of their academics. Please contact email@example.com if you would like to be enrolled in an Edgenuity course. Although these courses will not count for grading or credit, they will help students maintain and further their learning and/or to prepare for SAT/ACT testing.
While awaiting state approval to feed as well as deliveries from suppliers, Marion County Schools continue to care for our community by collaborating with Heart to Heart and fiscally support its efforts in providing meals to our children during this time. Those who would like to join us in supporting Heart to Heart, please contact Alex Hadley at (229) 314-9331. Those needing a meal, you are asked to make contact via Facebook Messenger (Alexandra Hadley). Lunches may be picked up at Heart to Heart located at 115 East 5th Avenue anytime 10:30 AM until 11:00 AM. Lunches may also be picked up at the following locations: Oakland IGA at 11 AM, Tazewell Store at 12 Noon, and Rogers Street 10:30 AM until 11:00 AM. You must have made contact and be on the list prior to delivery.
Congratulations to Anthony Garcia on his acceptance to Columbus Technical College!
Congratulations to Bryan Sales and Jacob Watson on their acceptance to the University of Georgia!
Congratulations to Kalyiah Bryant on her acceptance to South Georgia Technical College!
FREE HOME ACCESS TO ABC MOUSE! Redeem code AOFLUNICEF for FREE access to ABCmouse.com/redeem. Early Learning Academy, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ during the period of school closure.
To remain up to date on COVID-19 cases in Georgia, review the GDPH Daily Status Report. https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-19-daily-status-report
As ordered by Governor Kemp, Marion County Schools will remain closed through March 31st. Spring break will be observed through April 3rd. Please continue to check the district website for more information.
Check out this fun video on hand washing! Let children listen while they wash! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7pj_4xmG-k
Please take advantage of learning opportunities for students during this unexpected school break. Under the “Parent Resources” link, we have posted various websites that will enrich student learning, from reading comprehension practice to math skills to SAT preparation. It is important that our students remain engaged and work on necessary skills, using the resources provided.
ALL LK Moss Activites and Events are Postponed. Please see LK Moss News for more information.
Please see our news article on COVID-19 in reference to school closure.
Girls Who Code at L. K. Moss WILL NOT meet on Tuesday, March 24, 2020.
Congratulations to Dakoda Mincey on his acceptance to the School of Music at the University of Alabama the University of Alabama Blount Scholars Program!
Congratulations to Mahek Patel on her acceptance to Mercer University!
Congratulations to Katelin Bloodworth on her acceptance to South Georgia State College!
Congratulations to Bevie Powell on her acceptance to Georgia Southwestern State University!
BOOTS & BOWS GIDDY UP HOEDOWN DANCE- is scheduled Friday, March 20. For more information, please contact the front office @ LKMOSS.
It’s that time of year again! Classroom group and individual spring pictures will be taken on Tuesday, March 10.
Congratulations to Sierra Albritton on her acceptance to Andrew College!
Congratulations to Na'Kia Tymes on her acceptance to the University of West Georgia!
PRE-K REGISTRATION for the 2019-2020 school year is Monday & Tuesday , March 2 & 3 from 8:30- 2:00 pm; KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION is Monday-Friday, March 2-6 from 8:30-2:00 pm.. If your child turns four (4) years old for Pre-K or five (5) years old for Kindergarten on or before September 1, 2020, and you are a Marion County resident, your child qualifies for our Pre-K or Kindergarten program. When registering, bring these items with you to complete the child’s registration process. *NOTE*- Students who are currently enrolled in the Pre-Kindergarten program at L. K. Moss Elementary School will NOT need to register for Kindergarten. ** Below is a list of required documentations for enrollment**. ■ Birth Certificate ■ Social Security Card ■ Immunization Certificates (DHR Form3231) ■ Hearing, Vision, Dental Examination Certificates (DHR Form 3300) ■ Proof of Residency with Physical Address and Name ■ Proof of Income for Pre-K registrants ■ Copy of Pre-K Progress Report (if applicable)
Congratulations to Eboni Franklin on her acceptance to Mercer University!
The Constitutional Officers Association of Georgia is offering four $1,000 scholarships. Students must type an essay according to the site's criteria and must present an acceptance letter. Application can be found at www.coagonline.com. Deadline 3/13.
Congratulations to Kendrick Hawkins on signing to play football with Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia. Kendrick has been a 4-year letterman for Marion County High in both football and baseball. He is involved in many clubs and activities and is often hailed for his tremendous character and work ethic.
For Seniors interested in CVCC, their scholarship deadline is March 27th! Apply here:https://airtable.com/shrYuB2q1HwCSXP9E
Congratulations to I'iyasha Minion on her acceptance to Albany State University!
Applications for the "Pearls for Life" scholarship are available in the counselor's office. This scholarship, sponsored by the Rho Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, is based on involvement, service, and academics. The deadline is March 20.
Reading Fun Tip: "Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty. It should be offered to them as a precious gift"
Congratulations to Lillie McCorkle on her acceptance to South Georgia State College!
Congratulations to Jacob Watson on his acceptance to the University of Georgia!
Congratulations to Mahek Patel on her acceptance to the University of Georgia!
If you haven't checked out https://studentscholarships.org, you really should! They have several scholarship applications with deadlines between February 24 and June 30.
Congratulations to Kyrie Crossley on her acceptance to Georgia Southwestern State University!
Congratulations to Lacy Rushing on her acceptance to East Georgia State College!
Congratulations to Lillie McCorkle on her acceptance to Middle Georgia State University!
Congratulations to Whitney Swan on her acceptance to Kennesaw State University!
Congratulations to Garrett Sheffield on his acceptance to Georgia Southwestern State University!
Looking for scholarship applications? Visit the system website news section for many opportunities! https://www.marion.k12.ga.us/o/marion-county-schools/news
Congratulations to Whitney Swan on her acceptance to Albany State University!
SOPHOMORES: Herff Jones will be on campus tomorrow morning (January 30th) for class ring orders. Don’t forget your $60 deposit!!
Congratulations to Lillie McCorkle on her acceptance to East Georgia State College!
Any senior who wants to check senior quote and accomplishments must go by Room 202 (Ms. Owens) during fourth block by Friday, January 31st. If you have a senior ad, come by and check it this week also. Last chance to check both! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Congratulations to Bryce Houston-Dye on his acceptance to Graceland University!
Congratulations to Amelia Rodriguez on her acceptance to Middle Georgia State University!
Congratulations to Kendrick Hawkins on his acceptance to Georgia Southern University!
Congratulations to Brian Nguyen on his acceptance to Columbus State University!
Senior mentors, please bring back your permission forms ASAP for the trip to LK Moss on the 24th.
Congratulations to Ja'Meshia Williams on her acceptance to Savannah State University!
Congratulations to Alexis Crimes on her acceptance to Voorhees College!
Congratulations to Dakoda Mincey and Parker Satterwhite, our STAR students for this year, along with their respective STAR teachers, Mr. Josh Milam and Coach Chris Kirksey.
Congratulations to Alexis Crimes on her acceptance to Georgia Southern University!
Wrestling will host 3 matches this week. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. They will all be at the Old Middle School.
Report Cards will go home on Wednesday.
Congratulations to Fredkeem Alridge on his acceptance to Universal Technical Institute!
Congratulations to L. K. Moss Elementary School for being named a Title I Reward School by the Georgia Department of Education. I would like to thank our teachers, administrators, parents, and students for this wonderful accomplishment. Great job! Keep up the good work!
Congratulations to Iiyasha Minion on her acceptance to South Georgia State College!
I just want to pause for a moment and thank all of our employees for their hard work and dedication. I am grateful to be surrounded by wonderful people who are committed to helping the students of Marion County. It is my sincere hope that you enjoy your time off over the next couple of weeks and come back refreshed in the new year ready to do great things! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Congratulations to our football team and coaches on a great season. You have exemplified what can be accomplished with hard work and dedication. Your perseverance is to be commended, and we are extremely proud of all your successes this season.
Congratulations to Mahek Patel on her acceptance to Augusta University!
Congratulations to Whitney Swan on her acceptance to Savannah State University!
Congratulations to Ja'Meshia Williams on her acceptance to Valdosta State University!
Congratulations to Whitney Swan on her acceptance to Fort Valley State University!
Congratulations to Mahek Patel on her acceptance to Georgia State University!
Congratulations to Whitney Swan on her acceptance to South Georgia State College!
Santa says, "Merry FAFSA! Seniors, don't forget to ho-ho-hop on over to www.fafsa.gov and fill out this FREE form for financial aid!"
We will be running ahead of schedule tomorrow on the football sendoff. Community members, please meet at the courthouse at 1:30. We appreciate your support!
Congratulations to Iiyasha Minion on her acceptance to Gordon College!
Congratulations to Alexis Crimes on her acceptances to Savannah State and Valdosta State!
Further parking information for Saturday's State Football Finals may be found at this link: https://www.ghsa.net/ghsa-football-state-championship. Please click "Saturday Parking" to purchase a pass. Eagle fans will park in the GOLD lot.
Congratulations to John Pollock on his acceptance to the University of Georgia!
Congratulations to Bryan Sales on his acceptances to the University of Alabama, Kennesaw State, and Georgia Southern!
Congratulations to Kayla Atcheson on her acceptance to Georgia Southwestern!
Congratulations to Ja'Meshia Williams on her acceptances to Fort Valley State and Georgia Southwestern!
Congratulations to Devon Briggs for his acceptances to Mercer University and Georgia Southwestern!
Our Varsity Football Team will host the 2nd Round of the State Playoffs on Friday at 7:30 against Schley County. Tickets are $10.
Apply to College Day is Friday from 8:00 – 11:00.
From Mrs. Owens: Most seniors have come by and checked their quote, accomplishments and their Lifetouch pictures for the senior pages. If you have not done so, please come by Mrs. Owens’ room. The last day to buy a senior ad is November 22nd.
From Mrs. Owens: The last possible day for a senior to take formal and/or casual pictures for the yearbook will be November 18th at 8:00 a.m. There is a sitting fee. Casuals can be taken on November 18th or you can give a casual picture to Mrs. Owens.
If you aren’t able to make it to tonight’s game, it will be broadcast on 98.7 WISK. Go Eagles!
Congratulations to Bryan Sales on his acceptances to Mercer, Valdosta State, and Georgia Southwestern!
On November 7th, all Veterans and their guest are cordially invited to a VETERAN’S DAY TRIBUTE at the Center for the Arts Auditorium (old Marion County Middle School). A reception with light refreshments will be held at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria there. Then, join us for a patriotic program presented by the fourth grade class at 6:30 p.m.
If a senior has not taken a picture with Lifetouch, you need to see Mrs. Owens ASAP. Bring a hard copy of the pictures that you want in the yearbook (formal and casual) or let Mrs. Owens know that you are making an appointment with Lifetouch to have the pictures made. Also, seniors need to bring a baby picture or send it via email (email@example.com). Money for senior ads is due November 8th along with the pictures and messages they want on the page.
Congratulations to John Pollock on his acceptances to Columbus State University and Georgia Southern University!
No Halloween costumes will be allowed on campus tomorrow (10/31).
Congratulations to Kayla Atcheson on her acceptance to Columbus State University!
On November 7th, all Veterans and their guest are cordially invited to a VETERAN’S DAY TRIBUTE at the Center for the Arts Auditorium (old Marion County Middle School). A reception with light refreshments will be held at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria there. Then, join us for a patriotic program presented by the fourth grade class at 6:30 p.m.
We will be on Fall Break Monday and Tuesday. School will be closed.
Congratulations to Summer Starr on 1st Place at Area Cross Country Meet! We are proud of you, Summer!
Congratulations to Andrea McCarter on her acceptance to Georgia Southwestern State University!
Picture Sched for Tues, 10-15-19 8:15 FFA 8:30 FBLA 8:45 FCCLA 9:00 FCA 9:15 SR BETA 9:30 JR BETA 9:45 4H; GMA (MS and HS); OAP; EFILM; YRBK 10:00 ST COUNC, PROM 10:15 CLASS FAVES 10:30 SR SUPERLATIVES
Come support the Marion County Marching Eagle Band and visit the school booths this Saturday at Rural America on the courthouse square.
Thanks to everyone who made our Grad Night such a huge success! We appreciate the representatives and organizations who dedicated their evening to our students.
Don’t forget that the Grad Night College Fair is happening now! Come on out to the gym before 7:30!
Congratulations to Taylor Green on her acceptance to Kennesaw State University!
L. K. Moss 1st Grade Program will be held at the Marion County Performing Arts Center (old middle school location) 100 Burkhalter Avenue on Thursday, October 10, 2019 @ 6:00 P.M.
The MS Football Team beat Stewart 40 – 8. Congratulations on a great season!
The Band will compete in Phenix City this Saturday.
YEARBOOKS: The Early Bird Special is currently on sale for $65 through October 9th. After October 9th, the price will go up to $75. NO YEARBOOKS CAN BE ORDERED AFTER FEBRUARY 12, 2020. Get yours now!
There are a limited amount of advance tickets available to Friday nights game in Manchester! Purchase and pickup here at MCHS. First come first serve!
Don't forget...Make-up pictures for the yearbook will be taken on Monday. This includes Senior pics. If you want your picture to appear in the yearbook, you must be photographed by LifeTouch. Be sure to take care of this on Monday if you haven't already. Packages available.
Senior meeting--Monday at 9:30. This meeting is very important and informative! Please attend if possible!
High school 9 weeks exams: Tuesday, October 1st (3rd and 4th blocks); Wednesday, October 2nd (1st and 2nd blocks). Middle school 9 weeks exams: October 1st and 2nd (Schedule will be determined and communicated by teachers.)
Congratulations to Alexis Crimes on her acceptance to the University of West Georgia!
Congratulations to Parker Satterwhite on his acceptance to Georgia Southern University!
Congratulations to Eboni Franklin on her acceptance to Georgia Southern University!
2019 Homecoming Court 9th Grade: Zekayla Hollis, Maddie Taylor, Yasmin Turner 10th Grade: Jasmine Sales, Emily Scott, Alison Stubbs 11th Grade: Lexi Exum, Samantha Francis, Alexis Rennie 12th Grade: Shaniya Battle, Autumn Daniels, Britney Foster, Kimberly Vicente
Congratulations to our 8th grade REACH Scholars: Kamari Dowdell, Camiryn Farley, Jhenny Gonzalez-Perez, and Landon Rios!
Students who are interested in taking Dual Enrollment courses with SGTC, the next Accuplacer will be offered on MCHS' campus October 17th. See Mrs. M. Price to sign up!
Fall Picture Retakes @ LKMOSS September 10th
Marion County Schools will close for Labor Day on September 2nd. We are grateful for our diligent employees and for hardworking citizens everywhere who set the example of great work ethics for our students. Enjoy your extended weekend, and please be safe!
Valdosta State is waiving application fees this week for high school Seniors! Check out their admission requirements at www.valdosta.eu.
Congratulations to Shaniya Battle on her acceptance to Gordon State College!
I’d like to thank all of our partners in education and churches for their generous donations of teacher and student supplies.
Great start to the school year! I want to thank our faculty, staff, students, and parents.
Be sure to check out our lunch menus and sports schedules in the Menu section of the webpages.
We are very proud of our Marion County Second Chances students who graduated yesterday! Congratulations on reaching this milestone!
We are excited that so many of you have taken advantage of the summer reading initiative...and we’ve added additional computers at MCMHS for your Reading Counts needs! Keep reading and we’ll see you each Wednesday!