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  • Parents/Employees: Need to report a positive COVID-19 test result to your child's school or your worksite after hours?  Please call (772) 260-8071 for assistance. 



    During the Emergency Meeting of the School Board held May 12, 2021Superintendent John D. Millay presented his summer transition risk mitigation plan. Dr. Millay's recommendation was approved by the School Board.
    Highlights of the plan include:
    • In August 2021, the District will make a full return to traditional, in-person learning.  All students attending a District-operated school will attend classes on campus each day.  Florida Virtual School remains an option for families wanting a non-traditional alternative.
    • Masks will be optional for seniors and guests attending the Class of 2021 graduation ceremonies that are scheduled for next week. Seniors should continue to monitor their Class of 2021 Google Classrooms for additional information about graduation ceremonies. Social distancing will be practiced to the greatest extent possible during each ceremony. 
    • The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has recommended masks be voluntary for the 2021-2022 school year. Barring an unusually high spike in positive COVID-19 cases or change in pandemic circumstances, the District plans to follow this recommendation. As the District begins planning for the 2021-2022 school year during the summer months, recommendations from the Florida Department of Health in Martin County (DOH Martin) and the District's Pandemic Crisis Response Team will be shared with the School Board. Effective June 1, 2021, masks will be optional for students and staff during the summer months. Masks will be voluntary for students participating in any District-operated program or activity, including summer school and Extended Day. Optional masks will be available for students and staff at each site and campus.  
    • Vaccines are encouraged. The CDC and Florida Department of Health advise that obtaining a COVID-19 vaccine is the best, long-term way to combat the virus.  Once fully vaccinated, students/staff will not be required to quarantine following contact with a positive case. 
    • Families are encouraged to continue monitoring the District's website and social media accounts for the latest information.


    Risk Mitigation Strategies

  • In keeping with its mission of educating all students for success, the Martin County School District will follow designated guiding principles, objectives and risk mitigation strategies when implementing educational options for students in the 2020-2021 school year.  Please click play below to learn more

  • First responders from Martin County Fire Rescue, the Martin County Sheriff's Office and the City of Stuart Police Department demonstrate the importance of "gearing up" to prevent the spread of illness.  Click play below to watch

  • The Florida Department of Education has approved the Martin County School District's Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 education plans. 


  • Students and parents - please click play below to learn more about what to expect when participating in remote learning.   You may view the presentation in slide format by clicking here

  • Estudiantes y padres: haga clic en Reproducir a continuación para obtener más información sobre qué esperar al participar en el aprendizaje remoto.


    Guiding Principles for School Operations

    • Partnership and Transparency – Communication and collaboration with local healthcare professionals, parents and staff is key.
    • Public Health and Safety – Our greatest resources are our people. The safety of students and employees is our top priority. 
    • Flexibility – We are committed to flexibility as we respond to changing public health data and expectations.
    • Achievement – We will continue educating all students for success (increasing student achievement while closing achievement gaps). 


    • Safely provide high-quality educational opportunities for all students in Martin County.
    • Ensure students are able to be present in school to the greatest extent possible while maintaining the safety of students and staff.
    • Ensure access to digital instruction opportunities for all students.
    • Provide parent choice of instructional programming options.
    • Establish school and district operational procedures and protocol within a COVID-19 response.
    • Identify and plan for unexpected contingencies (i.e. hurricanes and/or a second wave of COVID-19).
    • Identify new policies or amendments to policies that may be needed. 


    K-12 Education Pandemic Response Team

    The purpose of the District's K-12 Pandemic Response Team is to advise the Superintendent and School Board on the safe reopening and continued operation of schools during a global pandemic. 

    The following options for learning are available to students enrolled in the Martin County School District: 

    Option 1
    :  Traditional (In School) Learning

    Option 2Remote Learning


    Want to learn more? Please click here to access frequently asked questions.


    Any parent/guardian needing assistance or more information about learning options may contact their child's school directly or email MCSDReopening@martinschools.org.