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Now Hiring

MCC is still looking to fill the following positions for the 2020-2021 School Year: - Special Education Paraprofessionals (1) - After School Cleaner - Bus Drivers (Full...

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If you are new to the district and considering enrolling, please call the district office at (218) 874-8530. We would be happy to provide you with enrollment paperwork and...

Updated Calendar

Updated Calendar

The 2020-2021 MCC School Calendar has been updated. Changes were made and approved by the school board to provide more teacher work time at beginning of the year for...

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Events

Thu, Oct 15 - Fri, Oct 16
Tue, Oct 20 , 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Thu, Nov 5 , 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Mon, Nov 9
Tue, Nov 17 , 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Thu, Nov 26 - Fri, Nov 27
Tue, Dec 15 , 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
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Marshall County Central Schools

Marshall County Central Schools

1 day ago

Reminder:
October 1 is an important deadline for turning in Free-Reduced Lunch forms to the district. We need families that may qualify to turn in these forms as it helps those families and helps the school district. We receive between $120,000 - $150,000 annual in compensatory aid based on our free-reduced lunch count.

You can apply online at: https://www.lunchapplication.com/
or you download/print paper form here: https://bit.ly/3cwbwya

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Marshall County Central Schools

Marshall County Central Schools

1 day ago

Material from the softball dugout that blew over in summer storm is available for sale on sealed bid to district resident. If interested in the material, please turn in bid in sealed envelope marked Dugout Material Bid by 3:00 p.m. on October 16. Bids will be opened at the October 20 school board meeting. Winning bidder responsible for payment and pick up.

Material available is purchased as is. Bench is not included. There are some damaged boards due to storm damage and from removal. Nails/screws are exposed where it was taken apart.

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Marshall County Central Schools

Marshall County Central Schools

4 days ago

Here is the slide show from last night's Operating Referendum Informational Meeting: https://bit.ly/35XPAe3.

We also created a web page to help provide some additional information:
http://www.newfolden.k12.mn.us/o/mccsd/page/referendum-information--7

If you have any questions please reach out to Superintendent Lund: jlund@mccfreeze.org or (218) 874-8530.

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Brian Longerbone

Brian Longerbone

4 days ago

Today the MSHSL Board approved the start of Volleyball and Football for the fall. The official start of the season will begin September 28. This will allow 11 weeks of Volleyball and up to 6 games of football.

They are allowing the training week that was organized to continue this week. During the training window our coaches will emphasize safety measures and continue getting our students acclimated to the regular season with conditioning and basic skills.

We are waiting for official expectations from MSHSL but know the following:
Season starts September 28. There will be a practice period before games can begin. Volleyball will consist of no more than 2 contests per week. 14 games during season maximum. No fans will be allowed in attendance per MDH guidelines. Only essential personnel will be allowed. No tournaments will be allowed.

Season starts September 28. There will be a practice period before games can begin. Football will consist of up to 6 games. There may be room at the end of season for a two week section/regional playoff window. Fans will be allowed for football but numbers will be restricted.

We do not know how this affects the spring sport training window or the start dates for winter/spring seasons. MSHSL will have action on this during its October 1 board meeting.

We are busy now getting prepared now that we know our students can play!

Marshall County Central Schools

Marshall County Central Schools

4 days ago

MCC Community:
We are hosting a presentation/meeting about our upcoming Operating Referendum on Tonight (Monday, September 21) at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom.
The district is asking the community to revoke $176.89 in authority that expires after taxes payable next year and revoke $529.83 in authority that expires after tax year 2024 and replace it with new authority totaling the same amount securing this revenue for 10 years. This will also save future election costs by not having to run two elections.
Mr. Lund will conduct a short presentation and answer questions participants have.
Link to meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84586703904...
Meeting ID: 845 8670 3904
Passcode: 61D4gA

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