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  • New Drop-off Procedure

    Work has begun on pouring the concrete slab for the new STEM building planned for the courtyard.  This is an exciting time for us, as we have been looking forward to expanding our campus and enhancing our students’ academic experience for some time.  We are hopeful that this work will be completed by Christmas break.  The parking lot behind the 6th grade academy will be used for construction equipment and will not be available for parking.  All students (including senior girls) will need to park in the gravel student parking lot which is below the baseball field.  
    In an effort to relieve traffic issues, all drop-off traffic will need to go around the building in the same way as afternoon pick-up.  Middle/high students will no longer be dropped off at the back of the school.  They can be dropped off either at the gym or at the side doorway on the elementary wing.  This map illustrates the new traffic pattern. 
    Preschool parents will continue to use the inside lane for drop-off.  Student drivers may continue to use their current traffic pattern.

  • Grandparent Information

    Grandparents are an important part of our school family, and we occasionally send them information about the school.  Please help us keep our grandparent mailing/email list up-to-date by completing this form.  Feel free to include surrogate grandparents.

  • Christmas Festival

    Please be inviting friends and family, church family, neighbors, and community members to come to the Christmas festival Saturday, December 7, 1:00-6:00.  If you need flyers to hand out, please let us know, and we will be happy to get you some. If you are able to help with the Christmas festival please click here to let us know.  Click here for performance times.

  • Yearbook Order Forms

    Yearbook order forms have been sent home.  There are extras available in the lobby or you may print the attached form.

Elementary News

  • Preschool Noon Dismissal Update

    Parents of preschoolers who dismiss at noon:  during inclement weather, your children will dismiss from the gym doors under the awning.

  • Vision Screening for PreK-6

    Vision screening for PreK-6th grade students will be held Tuesday, November 19.  This service is being graciously provided by Blount County Eye Center at no cost to our families.  Please fill out the attached permission form and return it to Mrs. Karnes by Monday, November 11.

  • Club Invention

    Club Invention, a program of the National Inventors Hall of Fame, is coming to MCS this winter for students in 1st-6th grades!  Let your child's imagination run wild while exploring connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation.  Click here for additional information and to secure a spot.  See Club Invention in action here.  

MS/HS News

  • PreACT

    Parents of 8th-10th grade students, if you are interested in your child taking the PreACT, click here for more information and to register.

  • Vision Screening for MS/HS

    Vision screening for middle and high school students will be held Monday, November 18.  This service is being graciously provided by Blount County Eye Center at no cost to our families.  Please fill out the attached permission form and return it to Mrs. Caldwell by Monday, November 11.

Athletics News

  • Basketball Parent Volunteers

    If your child is on an MCS basketball team, please sign up for a minimum of 3 volunteer slots to work concessions or the gate. Sign-ups are posted for each home game for all basketball teams and can be accessed here.

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