4.10.20 Imudojuiwọn MCS COVID-19

Awọn idile Ile-iwe Mason Ilu,

A ti wa ni gbogbo awọn oju ojo ti ojo pupọ – apere ati gegebi oro. Despite this COVID-19 pandemic and so many neighbors dealing with power outages yesterday, we are proud of all that our students, oṣiṣẹ, families and community are doing to care for each other, establish routines, and learn. Here are a few statistics from the last month:

  • Meals served by our MCS Child Nutrition staff: 5,628
  • Active Schoology Users: 8,580
  • Google Meets in last 7 days:  8,611
  • Chromebooks distributed1,517
  • Funds donated to the #CometCarryout$12,185
  • Masks made by MCS community and donated to staff: 280
  • Scheduled Comet Connector bus visits: 94
  • Staff missing our Mason Students:1,166 – 100%!

Ṣọ fidio yii of Superintendent Jonathan Cooper sharing his appreciation for how Comet Culture values shape our actions and decisions.

We’ve started the phase of remote learning where students are learning new material, and assignments are graded. How are you taking into account all the unique situations and circumstances of this time?

MCS ṣe ileri lati gbe jade Itọsọna Iṣẹ Aṣa wa nipasẹ akoko yii ati lati ṣe afihan ọna Comet Cares si nkọ ati ẹkọ. Ọna Comet Cares wa yoo gba wa laaye lati ni aanu, idahun, ati dọgbadọgba si awọn ọmọ ile ati awọn ipo alailẹgbẹ awọn ọmọ ile wa. Awọn ọmọ ile-iwe ati awọn idile wọn ni iriri ọpọlọpọ awọn iriri lakoko aawọ kariaye yii. Mimọ awọn italaya ti wọn le dojuko, ati pe wọn ko kuro ni iṣakoso wọn, awọn eto imulo ijẹmu wa ko gbọdọ ṣe ipalara fun ọmọde eyikeyi. Lakoko yii ti ẹkọ latọna jijin, idojukọ wa jẹ akọkọ ati pataki lori ẹkọ ọmọ ile-iwe ati idaniloju aridaju alafia awọn ọmọ ile-iwe wa.

Graded RLE learning assignments/activities during remote learning can only maintain or raise a K-5 student’s final standards-based score or a 6-12 student’s final semester grade.

Ni awọn onipò 6-12, students who do not engage in Remote Learning Experiences, or who do not show basic levels of understanding, will receive an “Incomplete.” Our school teams will make every effort to support each student. If students are unable to engage in remote learning even with those supports from the school team, the school team will collaborate with students and/or family to determine future steps for the student’s learning.

Learn more about our approach to grading on the MCScovid19.com website.

My child is having conflicts with the teachers’ Office Hours. What should we do?

We have tried to schedule office hours to avoid conflicts as much as we can. If you are having a consistent conflict, please reach out to your child’s teachers or principal.

Where do we take fabric masks that we are making for Mason staff?

We are so grateful for the outpouring of support from our crafty Comet commUNITY! Your generosity is making it possible for our staff to assist with item reunification, food support, and other essential work during this time when our buildings are closed.

If you have completed masks to donate, simply email [email protected].com and she will schedule a time for a member of our team to pick up the masks from your porch.

Bawo ni a ṣe le ṣe atilẹyin fun agbara wa?
#CometCarryout: Eyi jẹ akoko to ṣe pataki pupọ fun awọn iṣowo agbegbe wa, pàápàá àwọn tí ó wà ní àlejò àlejò. Ṣe akiyesi atilẹyin awọn iṣowo agbegbe wa lori atokọ yii.

Kopa ninu Iyẹwu Iyẹwu naa lati Jẹ Takeout Blitz ati wo ọpọlọpọ awọn ounjẹ agbegbe ti o le ṣe atilẹyin. Ni afikun, ṣetọ fun Ibi Joshua ki o yan “Comet Carryout” ati pe o le bukun idile ti o nilo pẹlu ounjẹ lati ọkan ninu awọn iṣowo agbegbe wa.

Personal Care Items for Seniors: The Council on Aging has partnered with FilltheTruck.org to collect items to be distributed to seniors in our region in need. Seniors will be given a four-pack of toilet paper and household and personal items to help them through the crisis. Consider adding a friendly note or having your child(ren) color a picture that can be included in the boxes they deliver to seniors. Donations will be accepted through April 30, 2020.

Needed items include: Toilet Paper (4pk, preferredno single, unwrapped rolls), Hand Sanitizer, Bar Soap, Liquid Soap, Antibacterial Wipes, Denture Care Items, Toothpaste, Lysol Spray, Dish Detergent, Laundry Detergent, Tissues, Cat and Dog Food

Drop off items at Lakota Hills Baptist Church, 6300 Tylersville Rd., West Chester, OH 45069
Mondays and Fridays: 9am-Noon and 1-3pm.

Wo awọn imudojuiwọn tẹlẹ.

Have a safe weekend.

Pẹlu iṣootọ,

Tracey Carson
Oṣiṣẹ Alaye

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