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Teaching and learning this time will look and be different. Our Teaching and Learning Department has compiled resources to help you and your child during this unique time.

Students in 3rd-12th grades are using Schoology. Parents have access too! Visit this page to learn more. Contact your child's teacher if you need a code. Watch a brief video on Schoology for Parents here.
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Students in grades 3-12 should be checking their email daily. K-2 students do not have email accounts but should be checking Seesaw daily.

End of Year Plans

BHT end of year plans



Our youngest students will end their school year with a drive-thru parade to see their teachers. During this parade they will be able to pick-up their belongings and turn in their devices.


Families are asked to only come during their child’s grade level time to help with organization of giving and receiving items.


Students in kindergarten, first, and second grades will receive an End of the Year videos on Friday, May 15. These will be shared via Seesaw and/or parent email addresses.


Jones end of year events



Our intermediate students will close their school year with a drive-thru parade to see Jones teachers and staff. This will also be the time they will pick-up their belongings, report cards, and turn in devices.


Families are asked to only come on their child’s grade level time to help with organization of giving and receiving items.


5th-grade students will be sent their 5th-grade promotion ceremony to their student email.


MAMS end of year events



Our middle schoolers will be able to see their end of year awards program at 10:00 am on Friday, May 15 from the district’s Facebook Page.


Students will be allowed back to MAMS on May 20th to clean out their lockers and collect their belongings. This will be handled by grade levels to keep with safe social distancing requirements. Please come during your child’s grade level time.


Students are invited to join a fun Farewell Parade at 6:00. Teachers and staff will line the sidewalk and families can drive through the car rider line.


8th-grade students will have a virtual promotion ceremony that will be shared on the district’s Facebook Page on May 22nd.


The closing of the school year for MAMS will take place on May 26 and May 27. Families may come at the time most convenient time. During this time, families can drop off devices and pick up awards, yearbooks, and report cards.


mahs end of year events



On May 14th, the National Honor Society Ceremony and CTE Honor Society will be held through Zoom. Students will find this information in their email.


On Friday, May 15, everyone is invited to celebrate the Class of 2020 through a Senior Parade and Drive-Thru. This parade will begin at 8:10pm from Veteran's Park.


The community is invited to mark their calendars with this big date and time. More information will be published regarding the parade details.



MAHS Graduation Update from Mr. Dorsett: Thank you to seniors and families for providing feedback regarding our graduation ceremony. After reviewing this information and a majority vote, a traditional graduation ceremony is planned for Saturday, August 1 at 9:00. We will work closely with state and health officials as we approach this date. Our ceremony will comply with requirements of Executive Orders in effect at the time of the event. Please contact me with any questions.




Please note the parade route so you can find a place to safely social distance from others and support our seniors. We ask everyone to remain in their cars during the parade.

Update: The parade will begin at 8:10pm.


We are continually updating Frequently Asked Questions regarding this event. 
As this event continues to change, we have updated our press release page.
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Updated 2019-2020 Academic Calendar

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