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    ***MCSD Schools to Remain Closed Through 5/1/2020***


    Click below to watch a message from Superintendent Laurie J. Gaylord


    Superintendent’s Message-4/9/2020  



    Based on a recommendation from the Florida Department of Education and a ‘Safer at Home’ order issued for Florida, all Martin County School District-operated schools will remain closed through May 1, 2020Digital Learning will continue during this time.



    While Governor Ron DeSantis has advised that school grades will not be issued for this school year, this does not mean students will not receive grades.  This action refers to to the state accountability system and the issuance of grades to schools and districts in the state of Florida. Students will continue to receive grades and report cards as usual.  Students must participate in daily instruction and assignments for the remainder of the school year, as this will impact their fourth-quarter grades


    Final report cards for the 2019-2020 school year will be posted to the Focus Portal soon after the last day of school and will include grades earned during the period of school closure and digital instruction. The Martin County School District will retain its grade of A for the upcoming school year and each individual school will retain its current school grade.



    All field trips, athletic events, activities, clubs and other school or District-related events have been canceled through May 1, 2020.  Information about events scheduled after that date will be shared as it becomes available. 


    Parent-teacher conferences have been postponed to April 28 (high school), April 29 (middle school) and April 30 (elementary school).  Conferences will be held virtually - more information will be forthcoming and posted in your child's Google Classroom.  


    Third-quarter report cards are currently posted in the Focus Parent Portal



    The Martin County School District supports the "Safer at Home" initiative.  Join us by printing this sign and placing it on the front door of your home or business.  


    MCSD Safer at Home Sign  




    Department of Health (DOH) Public Call Center for COVID-19/Coronavirus 

    For questions related to COVID-19 in Florida, please contact the Florida Department of Health's dedicated COVID-19 Call Center at 1-866-779-6121 or via email at COVID-19@flhealth.gov.



    Martin County Public Call Center for COVID-19/Coronavirus

    For questions related to COVID-19 in Martin County, please contact the Community Information Center at (772) 287-1652 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. each day.