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  • District Announces Teacher of the Year 2022: Zachary Owens

    Zachary Owens of Coral Shores High School has been named as the Monroe County School District Teacher of the Year.  Mr. Owens teaches various math classes, is the coach for the Academic Challenge Team, girls JV soccer and tennis team, a club sponsor for National Honor Society and Chess Club and holds after school tutoring sessions. 

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  • District asks for public input for Strategic Plan

    Parents/Guardians:  MCSD would like your input as they develop the Strategic Plan for the district.  Please click on the "Learn More" link for information on how to complete our survey and for information regarding upcoming Town Hall meetings!

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  • Free medical services offered at upcoming events in Key West and Marathon

    The 50th Annual Florida Keys Health Fairs will be held Saturday, February 5th in Key West and Marathon. The events will feature free medical, dental and vision screenings. Pre-registration is required. Click the link below this message to see details in English, Spanish and Creole about where the events will be held, what services will be offered, and to find information about how to register.

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  • Reminder: Stay home if you are sick

    Just a reminder to parents, students and staff: the school district is no longer performing Covid contact tracing, so it is very important for us all to pay close attention to our own health and safety. If you are feeling sick stay home until you are feeling better. If symptoms persist, please see a medical professional. We must all work together to stop the spread of Covid in our schools and staying home ensures you do not infect others. Thank you!

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  • Back to school update and information

    Monroe County School District will continue to remain in compliance with the most recent Emergency Rule issued by the State of Florida Surgeon General. We will NOT be following the CDC guidance, as the Emergency Rule supersedes all county and CDC guidelines. Masks are strongly encouraged for all students and staff. Important Note: Community members who are visitors to our campuses are expected to be in compliance with the guidance issued by the health department and wear masks in district buildings.Our school policies for students and staff remain in place and can be found by clicking the link below.

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  • January’s theme for healthy living is Perseverance

    Perseverance is defined as continuing a course of action despite difficulty or a delay in achieving success. Olympic medalist Chaunte Lowe talks parent to parent about the importance of instilling perseverance in our children.

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  • RevTrak

    The easy and safe way to pay for school-related activities is here! You can pay with your credit/debit card or electronic check. Simply look in your child’s welcome folder or check for the $ Symbol on your child’s school’s webpage to access their RevTrak Portal for instructions on how to create an account. RevTrak is used for paying fees and other school-related activities.

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  • Scholarship Opportunity for students interested in Marine Science

    The WCK-UAE Marine Science Educational Advancement Scholarship is designed to support Monroe County residents and students interested in pursuing a degree in a marine science-related field.  Applications are open until February 15, 2022.  Please see the press release below.  Interested applicants can submit their application here: 

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  • FDOH release: Stay home if you are sickImportant message from the Florida Department of Health in Monroe County: Stay home if you are sick!

    Please click on the link or the image to read an important message from the Florida Department of Health in Monroe County.

    Release from FDOH: Stay home if you are sick!

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  •  Heiken QR COdeNo cost eye care available

    Florida Heiken, a Children's Vision Program, can provide eye exams and glasses for children at no cost.  Please scan the code to find out more.  You can also print and complete the registration form and turn it into your school office.

    Download the registration forms here: 




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  •  Parent Information 

    Parents are asked to complete the Lunch Benefits Application.  Though meals are free this year, the applications help to determine the amount of funding that the state allocates to Title I and Internet Connection Rates for the school district next year.  Lunch Benefits Application Form ( ) is the link to the form.  Forms are also available at the school.

    Each school has a nurse that is available to students.  In order for a student to be seen, a Health History Emergency Contact Form must be on file. If you want your child to be able to see the nurse, please complete the form and return it to the school nurse if you have not done so already. 

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