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    Nearly 200 Monroe County School District students received incentive checks from COMPUTE$ for being among the first students to complete IT industry certifications during the first quarter of the school year. The district’s middle schools were responsible for the bulk of certifications in Digital Literacy programs, such as ICT and IC3 Digital Tools.

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  • Start with Hello

    Monroe County School District adopts programs that increase students’ knowledge of the importance of human dignity and that every student has a rightful place in society. We work to make sure that every students has a sense of belonging and feels valued. Start with Hello, a part of the Sandy Hook Promise program initiated three years ago, shows each student that everyone is worthy of notice and that we are all one human family. Please Click “Learn More” to access a link to a video that shows the Program in action.

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  • United Way of Collier and the Keys to fund educational opportunities for local K-12 Students

    The United Way of Collier and the Keys has awarded a series of “Creating the Next Generation of Reef Steward-Marine Science Education Grants" throughout Monroe County, with a focus on expanding opportunities and education for students in marine science and conservation. UWCK’s five-year commitment will provide $180,000 to schools and educational facilities throughout the Keys. This year, over $23,000 has been awarded as part of the grant program, with funds providing educational experiences and an expansion of resources to seven schools as well as three marine science non-profit organizations.

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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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  •  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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    Marine Science Resource Guide

    Balancing the fun and adventure of the Florida Keys with marine stewardship and sustainability is no easy task. The United Way of Collier and the Keys has taken a big step in bringing both of those worlds together.  UWCK has launched a comprehensive Marine Science Resource Guide. Click here to read the complete article about the Marine Science Resource Gude launch 

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    MCSD STEM Fair

    Do you have questions about the MCSD STEM Fair?

    Please visit our Webpage by clicking the image to the left.


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  • Maria Martinez Employee Spotlight

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