URGENT! Due to unforeseen circumstances, Readfield bus # 14 will not be bringing students home today, October 12th. Thank you for your understanding as we navigate through these trying times. If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to Kelly Thompson, Transportation Manager at 685-3621 x1.
Parent Laptop Informational Meeting The annual parent laptop meeting is Thursday, August 26 at 7:00 pm via ZOOM. Please plan to attend if you have a child entering the middle school or are new to the middle school. Meeting link: https://networkmaine.zoom.us/j/83961654945 Additional information is also available on the MCMS Parent Technology Website: https://sites.google.com/maranacook.com/mcmsparent-tech/home
On Thursday, June 10, the middle school is collecting laptops from all students. It is imperative that devices, carrying bag, device covers, and chargers are all returned on that day. Anything not turned in will result in a phone call to a parent to have it returned to school that day, and if the item is lost, you will be getting a bill from RSU 38. Please start to make a plan so that we can have a seamless technology collection on June 10!
This is a reminder about the Covid-19 vaccine clinic for students 12 years of age and older. The clinic is scheduled Monday June 7th. Students who already received their first dose at school are automatically signed up for a second dose. Students who want a first dose at this clinic must be registered through Northern Light. Parents must email Northern Light HCHCovid@northernlight.org to request registration forms. This takes up to 24 hours to process. Forms can then be submitted electronically with DocuSign. If you need transportation assistance, please contact Sarah Morrill at firstname.lastname@example.org to let the Health Center know as soon as possible. Please visit our website www.maranacook.org for more information on signing up for the clinic. Contact the Health Center with questions. Thank you.
This is a reminder about the Covid-19 vaccine clinic for students 12 years of age and older, scheduled Monday May 17th. Registration forms must be submitted to Northern Light by the end of the day today, Friday May 14th. Electronic forms may be completed on a computer or smartphone via DocuSign. If you have not already received the forms from Northern Light, please visit our website www.maranacook.org for clinic information https://www.maranacook.org/article/458707 and instructions to download and return registration forms. If not using DocuSign, completed forms should be sent to HCHCovid@northernlight.org. Contact the Health Center with questions. Thank you.
This is a reminder about the Covid-19 vaccine clinic for students 12 years of age and older. The clinic is scheduled Monday May 17th. Parents must email Northern Light to request registration forms by the end of the day today, Thursday May 13th. Forms must be submitted electronically by Friday May 14th. Please visit our website www.maranacook.org for more information on signing up for the clinic https://www.maranacook.org/article/458707 and to watch a recorded information session about the vaccine from our health center pediatrician https://www.maranacook.org/article/459322. Contact the Health Center with questions. Thank you.
Reminder, COVID-19 Vaccination Q&A for High School and Middle School Families is tonight! The Health Center is excited to offer an informational session with Dr. Sydney Sewall on Monday, May 10th at 7 pm via Zoom. Dr Sewall will provide fact based information on the COVID-19 vaccine followed by a Q&A session. All middle school and high school students and their families are invited to attend to learn more about the vaccine. Please refer to email send to all families to get zoom link information.
Reminder: If you traveled during vacation week to a non-exempt, you must submit a negative COVID-19 test before your child returns to school. The current mandate by Governor Mills requires a test or a 10 day quarantine on return to Maine. Test results can be faxed to 685-9876 or emailed to email@example.com If you traveled outside of the US, please, reach out to Angela for guidance. States that are currently exempt are NH, MA, VT, RI and CT. Thank you for helping us keep our school community safe and healthy!
If you would like your child to be sent home with breakfast and lunch for any Remote Storm Days we may have, please fill out the form below. Storm Packs will be sent home the day before a remote storm day and are free for any student. https://forms.gle/EYwbAmG1dDNH7ygR9
Dear MCMS Students and Families This letter is to follow up on the notification Superintendent Charette sent today. A middle school student has tested positive for COVID-19. All students and staff who were considered a primary contact of this student have been contacted. As always, please monitor yourself/your student for signs and symptoms. Call a health care provider if symptoms start. It is important that you call a healthcare facility before you show up in person. Stay home if you are sick. The middle school will be going to remote learning beginning Monday, 1/11/21 through Friday, 1/15/21. Students will return to school on Tuesday 1/19/21. The school will be providing breakfast and lunch for anyone in need, available for pick up on Tuesdays and Fridays, 2-3pm outside of the high school. This is available for every student. If you will need this everyday, please email either Jen Hall: firstname.lastname@example.org or myself: email@example.com An email was sent to families with the schedule we will be following for Remote Learning. As all students will be remote learners, we are asking any student identified as an “At-Home Learner” to follow this schedule. At Maranacook Community Middle School, we are a caring school community and it is especially important to be respectful of each other during these challenging times. Thank you for your ongoing support. Respectfully, Kristen Levesque, EdD MCMS Principal
Make a Difference Week is 10/26-10/30! Virtual Food Drive- Help us Make a Difference! To donate online, go to: https://www.gsfb.org/donate/vfd/?id=4659 (goes to MtVernon Food Pantry) https://mef.maranacook.org/article/303507?org=mef for the Maranacook Food Pantry (please specify this donation is for the Maranacook Food Pantry when you make the donation. You can also send in a check to donate. Please write this out to “Maranacook Food Pantry”
The food pantry will be closed until October 15th due to the school closure.
MCMS - Remote Learning 2020-2021 Daily Schedules, Supports and Expectations posted to website and available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RCktoxQejyBxvB8zYKMTwSd8ojrBNFzuEtwcypym3kk/edit?usp=sharing
Dear MCMS Families Please only fill this out if you are in need of district transportation this year Thank you! https://forms.gle/sQkNjWYnfkvzsQCM8
Please see the revised Calendar for 2020-21 School Year-- https://5il.co/jqra
Important Message From LifeTouch (publishers of the MCMS Yearbook): Dear Families, Yearbooks are a tradition for schools throughout the US and Canada. At Lifetouch, we are humbled to be a part of providing that tradition. We know how important yearbooks are - especially in times like these. We want to take a moment to acknowledge this year’s delayed yearbook delivery is not what you, as our customers expect, nor deserve, from Lifetouch. We want you to be aware that our primary yearbook production facilities are located in some of the states that are being hardest hit by the pandemic. We have prioritized the safety of our employees; and we are following all state and local health guidelines to create a safe working environment. Social distancing requirements mean that there are fewer people available to work at any given time. These changes have impacted our production schedule in meaningful ways. We realize this has created a lot of frustration since we are currently unable to provide an estimated delivery time frame for your school’s yearbook. Please know our teams are doing everything possible to get your yearbook to you. Shipping is monitored daily. As soon as your yearbook ships, your school will receive tracking information so they can arrange to distribute the yearbooks to the students and families in a manner that is best suited for everyone’s safety. As we navigate COVID-19, our intent is to provide you with a yearbook that your student will treasure for a lifetime. We thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this unprecedented time together. Sincerely, Lifetouch
Everyone who ordered a yearbook will be receiving it. Unfortunately, Lifetouch is behind in their printing due to the COVID 19 Pandemic. We apologize wholeheartedly for the delay. Hopefully, we will be in touch soon!
Student Belongings Pick Up & Laptop/ School Materials Drop Off Students will need to return any school books and their school-issued laptops and devices on this day. Students will also have one more opportunity to be given any belongings that were left in school. A lost and found will also be set up on this day,and photos of the items will be sent out in upcoming newsletters, to help families search and identify items which belong to them. June 9, 7:30-11:30am: 7th grade and any 8th graders who did not come yesterday June 10, 7:30-11:30am: 6th grade and anyone else who still needs to drop their MCMS laptops off *This is a curbside drop off/ pick up only. Students and Parents are required to stay in their vehicles during this. *Families with more than one child at the middle school are able to pick up on one day only. Please communicate with their children’s advisor as to what day you are coming.
End of the School Year Student Belongings Pick Up and Laptop/ School Materials Drop Off MCMS will be holding their End of the Year Drop Off/ Pick Up Days on June 8, 9th and 10th. Students will need to return any school books and their school-issued laptops and devices on this day. Students will also have one more opportunity to be given any belongings that were left in school. A lost and found will also be set up on this day,and photos of the items will be sent out in upcoming newsletters, to help families search and identify items which belong to them. June 8, 7:30-11:30am: 8th grade (8th graders encouraged to come, if able) June 9, 7:30-11:30am: 7th grade June 10, 7:30-11:30am: 6th grade *Families with more than one child at the middle school are able to pick up on one day only. Please communicate with your children’s advisor as to what day you are coming. 8th grade families are asked to come on June 8 as there will be some special recognition!
Essential Materials Pick Up #2 Information If your child has materials they need from school, please contact your child's advisor or team teachers to arrange the pickup or delivery. Things will be gathered and ready on Wednesday, 4/29/20 from 7-9 am. Unfortunately, no students or parents will be allowed in the building; this will be a drive up service only. Please email us with any questions.