Monroe County School District will suspend meal service this Friday, May 29th, meals will not be offered AFTER lunch service tomorrow until June 8th.
Meal service will resume at all the current locations and bus routes on Monday, June 8th through Friday, July 31st.
Our meal service operations at our drive through locations as well as our bus routes will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. We will offer multiple days' worth of meals on each of the days. Meal service times will remain from 11:00am-12:00pm.
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM MCSD Title 1 Family Academic Fair at Bayview Park
Kristen Condella and Joy Nulisch are the 2019-2020 District Management Employees of the Year, according to Superintendent Mark Porter. Condella and Nulisch share the award which goes to the district’s top management employee. “We have been faced with many new challenges this year,” Porter said. “Both Kristen Condella and Joy Nulisch have stepped up to meet the needs of our students, parents and faculty during this unprecedented time and are equally deserving of the honor.” Kristen Condella has served as MCSD’s Instructional Materials and Technology Integration Coordinator for the past four years. While her main role is to procure and manage all K-12 print and digital textbooks and materials, Condella wears many hats in Monroe County. The twelve year veteran is also the district’s Advancement Via Individual Determination Coordinator, as well as the Virtual Instruction Coordinator. “Kristen’s work ethic is and commitment is unparalleled,” said incoming Superintendent Theresa Axford.” In addition to her normal duties, she is always willing to help whenever needed. She has been instrumental in the planning, implementation, and management of our new online learning platform and is a valuable part of our district.” Joy Nulisch is in her seventh year as MCSD’s Director of Instructional Technology. The 31 year veteran has held nearly every IT job in the district including lab manager, technician, and system administrator. Nulisch’s plans, directs, and supervises the implementation, integration and maintenance of all technology systems throughout the district. “Joy’s dedication and commitment to the students and staff is unmatched,” said Axford. “Joy’s vision and experience in all aspects of technology is vital to our students’ success.
District lead Counselor Daliana Goins states, Lucy, your school counseling efforts for our MCSD students, families, and staff have been noted among the numerous write-ups you received from your school colleagues, and you are well deserving of this recognition. As a quick back story for everyone, I’d like for you to all know that Lucy was actually in the final running for “Teacher of the Year” at HOB this school year which speaks volumes to the impact she has had on the teachers and staff. Lucy, I’m so sad that you won’t have an Employee Recognition Banquet to attend to receive this award (due to COVID-19). Today, your fellow school counselor and school social worker colleagues celebrate you!
Monroe County School District is creating a task force composed primarily of education and public health officials, along with parent and community representatives, to assist in gathering input and formulating recommendations for reopening schools with the understanding that these plans may change depending on how the Pandemic evolves. The task force is being led by Theresa Axford, incoming Superintendent. Key elements the group will review include: density reduction, transportation, hybrid/blended learning models, and protocols for wellness and health reporting. Please Click “learn more” to view the entire press release for additional information.