MCSD News

  • July - 2021
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    Kathleen R Dickinson


    Muscogee County School District will be submitting our district plans to the Georgia Department of Education (GaDoe) for the:

    • American Rescue Plan (ARP)
    • Comprehensive LEA (Local Education Agency) Improvement Plan, or CLIP.

    We will be hosting two sessions in the MCSD Board Room at 2960 Macon Road for our community stakeholders on August 3, 2021 at:

    • 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
    • 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
    The sessions will give our stakeholders an opportunity to learn and provide feedback regarding the plans being submitted to GaDOE.

    We look forward to seeing you on August 3, 2021!

  • 28
    Kathleen R Dickinson


    The Muscogee County School District will begin the 2021-2022 school year with masks required indoors for all students and staff, regardless of vaccination status. Given the marked increase in multiple COVID-19-related indicators in the Columbus area, recently updated guidance by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and upon the recommendation of the Muscogee County School District Medical Panel, the District has modified its reopening plans to require indoor masking as a mitigation measure. All employees and students should add clean masks daily as part of their back-to-school supplies.

    The safety and welfare of students and staff remains a top priority for the Muscogee County School District. This recommended added layer of protection is meant to promote the safe return to in-person instruction, help us do our part to further reduce transmission of the virus in our community, and to maintain continuity of operations of MCSD sites and the community at large. The Muscogee County School District stands ready to work with schools and families to ensure our students can safely return to school in-person, full time for the 2021-2022 school year. The District, in concert with the local medical panel, will continue to monitor local health indicators, making adjustments as warranted.

    • Friday, August 6 - First day for Pre K- through grade 2
    • Monday, August 9 - First day for grades 3-12

    For more information pertaining to district reopening plans, mitigation strategies and quarantine protocols, please see: MCSD Updated 2021-2022 Reopening Plans.pdf

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    Kathleen R Dickinson


    WHEN:
    Tuesday, July 27 | 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    WHERE: Online, Virtual Conference

    REGISTER: https://attendify.co/empower-2021-FFJuqSS

    WHAT: Muscogee County School District is hosting its EmpoWEr Conference. EmpoWEr is an educational conference organized to provide stakeholders with tools and information to increase accessibility and to help every student achieve success. The goal of the 2021 EmpoWEr Conference is to equip parents, administrators, and teachers with information and implementation strategies that will assist them in helping students to reach their unlimited potential.

    Parents will gain useful information on parent resources, educational strategies, parent & student wellness, parent technology, special education, and partnering with schools.

    This is a free event. To register for the conference, click here: https://attendify.co/empower-2021-FFJuqSS

  • 23
    Kathleen R Dickinson
  • 22
    Kathleen R Dickinson

    On Monday, July 26th, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Muscogee County School District will be hosting a virtual session to discuss the plans for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year. We will have members of our administration, as well as members from our local medical panel available to discuss our COVID-19 mitigation strategies and current local medical outlooks. We also hope to answer any questions that our parents or stakeholders may have.

    If you are interested in attending, please register using the following link.
    https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/MCSD_town_hall

  • 13
    Ronald E Pleasant

    Muscogee County's unique CTAE EMT program prepares middle and high school students for careers as emergency medical technicians. Students are trained to provide basic emergency medical care, may achieve certification to be an EMT, and many go on to jobs shortly after completing the program.
    https://bit.ly/3xCyXj3

  • 9
    Ronald E Pleasant

    For the 2021-2022 school year, the Muscogee County School District plans to return to in-person instruction for all students. For those students whose medical needs, either physical or psychiatric, do not allow them to attend in-person instruction Hospital Homebound Services are available. Applications will be available upon request at each school location or on the district website. Approval and/or denial status will be sent, by email, to the parent and/or legal guardian from the Office of Student Health Services. More information can be found at:

    https://bit.ly/3xobyl3


    The application can be found in the documents and resources section near the bottom of the page or at:

    https://bit.ly/3qQme9Q

  • 9
    Kathleen R Dickinson


    The Division of Human Resources is hosting a Virtual Information Session: Routes to Elementary Certification on July 12, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.
    For information and details please see:

    Event Details - Routes to Elementary Certification.pdf

  • June - 2021
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    Kathleen R Dickinson

    Congratulations, 2020-21 Retirees
    Thank you for your years of dedicated service to the Muscogee County School District

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    Kathleen R Dickinson


    Parents of Children 12 to 17 years old are invited to have your child vaccinated with The Pfizer Vaccine.
    Parent or guardian must sign consent form for children 12 to 17


    Thursday, June 24th
    4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
    Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts

    Appointments preferred but not required - Covid-19 Vaccination Appointment