LATEST UPDATE ISSUED FOR
MARION COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
“Hybrid” Work Model Announced, “Grab & Go” Food Service Continues
MARION COUNTY – Marion County Public Schools’ update for today includes the following actions taken related to the COVID-19 situation:
- MCPS Employee Work Schedules Announced – Starting Monday, March 30, MCPS will use a “hybrid” model workplace. This means employees can choose to work from the most appropriate site for them – either from home or their regular work site. This decision was made jointly by the district and its three employee unions – MEA, MESP, and IUPAT. This hybrid model of work concludes April 15. Employees should contact their immediate supervisor if they plan to work from home.
- The second day of “Grab & Go” food service saw 4,153 children served, a slight dip from yesterday’s 4,285 (revised earlier today). This means 8,306 breakfast and lunch meals were served today through the district’s 22 service kitchens and nearly 100 delivery sites district-wide. “Grab & Go” continues until classes resume and serves ALL children 18 and under regardless of whether they walk or ride a bicycle, bus or car to school. Children must be present to receive a meal. More stops may be added next week. To suggest additional sites, call 352.671.7050 (M-F, 7AM-4PM, wait times could be lengthy). Families can call 211, text “FoodFL” to 877-7877, or visit SummerBreakSpot.org for their nearest serving location.
Our class will be working from the Zoom App and Google Classroom
Google Classroom: Please make sure you have logged in through your desktop and are using your school email. I will be posting assignments here starting March 30th.
The Zoom App: Please make sure you have downloaded the app to your devises. The log in passcode is 698-051-9444.