Dear Parent(s), As a token of our appreciation for our amazing MCMCS parents, we will be passing out light bites and coffee the morning of Monday, October 23rd! Please stop by and grab a warm cup of coffee after you drop your children off in class. We will be in the museum entrance waiting to help you start your week right! Thank you, MCMCS Administration
MCMCS Family PTO presents Trunk or Treat Tuesday 10/31/17, 3:30-5:30pm @ MCMCS So what exactly is a Trunk or Treat? It’s an organized event where people gather their vehicles for the purpose of handing out goodies (healthy treats, candy, pencils, or novelties) from their decorated trunks. It’s sort of like a tailgating party, only you dress up and hand out treats instead of burgers.
Dear MCMCS Families, With the recent catastrophic disasters that have struck our neighboring countries, we have initiated an emergency collection for Mexico and Puerto Rico. We will be collecting the supplies listed below until Thursday. If you are able to contribute, your supplies will be greatly appreciated!
September 18, 2017 Dear Parent(s), We are happy to welcome back our MCMCS families as we continue our journey into the 2017-2018 school year. As September unfolds, we would like to share a few schedule updates we have made to our MCMCS calendar. At this time, we have not been notified from Miami-Dade County of any annual school calendar changes. We will continue to
Dear Parent(s), Miami-Dade County has announced classes will resume Monday, September 18th. Our school is in good condition and we are prepared to receive students tomorrow. We will follow the regular school day schedule. We look forward to seeing our school families! Thank you, MCMCS Administration
Dear MCMCS Parent(s), We hope you and your family are doing well during the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Our school is in good condition and we are prepared to receive students once Miami-Dade County announces that classes will resume. Please continue to monitor local media stations and our website for further information. Thank you, MCMCS Administration
September 5, 2017 Dear Parent(s), Please be advised that our school is currently monitoring the path of Hurricane Irma. We will follow the protocol of Miami-Dade County Public Schools. As of the 2 p.m. advisory, Irma remains a ‘potentially catastrophic’ category 5 storm with 185 mph winds. Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho has announced that schools will be closed starting Thursday ahead of Hurricane