Starting off the week with some encouraging news on the COVID front in the McDonald County School District. Noel Elementary has dropped to Level 0 on the COVID list. Five schools remain at Level 1. See the accompanying graphic for specific schools and more details.
One less campus is on the COVID Level 1 list in the McDonald County School District. Six schools in total remain at Level 1. The rest are at Level 0. For more information on individual school levels and descriptions, see the accompanying graphic.
Another campus in the McDonald County School District slides up to a COVID Level 1. Seven schools in the District are now at Level 1. Three school remain at Level 0. See the attached graphic for individual school levels and information on the level descriptions.
We are back up to six schools in the McDonald County School District on the Covid Level 1 list. Rocky Comfort now sits at Level 1. It joins five others. The rest are still at Level 0. See the attached graph for level explanations and more information.
One school in the McDonald County School District drops to COVID Level 0 after being at Level 1 since the beginning of classes. Five schools are now at Level 1. The rest are Level 0. See the accompanying graphic for school levels and descriptions.
We see a slight change in COVID Levels across the McDonald County School District as one school drops to Level 0 while another hits Level 1. See the accompanying graphic for the latest numbers and explanations.
As part of Homecoming week, several McDonald County High School students returned to their "home" schools to welcome kids to class for the day. Here's a look at some of the students from around the District. Go Mustangs!
McDonald County School District to Hire Eight New Health Aide Positions Pandemic creates the need for more help in schools McDonald County, MO – The McDonald County R-1 School District is adding staff to help address a growing health need across the county. The District is hiring eight new health aide positions to help with extra work in each school building due to the COVID-19 pandemic. School officials say these positions will be working under the direction of the district's RN's to ensure full coverage of health services at each campus. The RNs will train the health staff regarding school health protocols and procedures. Each new staff will need to be CPR certified. With the continuation of the pandemic, District leaders say the schools need to be able to provide full-time coverage of their health offices and not ask the staff working in those areas to divide their attention with other job assignments not related to health care. The additional staffing is a change for the district. Many of the elementary schools across the district did have dedicated health staff several years ago. However, due to budget constraints, those positions were combined with other secretarial duties. Now, with COVID relief money coming in from state and federal sources, the district is able to budget for these positions. According to school leaders, these new health aide workers will be able to help students by being able to address health their health care issues in a timely manner. This will help students receive the care they need when they need it. District officials say they hope to have the positions filled by the October board meeting. To apply for one of these new positions, interested applicants can go to the following link: https://mcdonald.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
Another school in the McDonald County School District has made it on the Level 1 Covid list. Noel Primary now joins 5 other schools at Level 1. The other schools in the district remain at Level 0. See accompanying graphic for more information on Levels and their requirements.
We've hit midweek in the McDonald County School District, and COVID levels remain the same. Five schools are at Level 1. The rest are at Level 0. See the attached graphic for the latest numbers and their meanings as we monitor the situation.
Covid levels remain the same throughout the McDonald County School District. Five campuses are at Level 1. The others are at Level 0. See the accompanying graphic for the latest on the levels and more information.
COVID numbers continue to fluctuate as we monitor the effects on the McDonald County School District. Five schools across the district are now at Level 1. The other schools are at Level 0. See the accompanying graphic for more information on levels and definitions.
A slight improvement in COVID levels in McDonald County Schools as Rocky Comfort drops back to Level 0. Four schools remain at Level 1. All others are at Level 0. See accompanying graphic for individual school levels and explanations.
Roll up your sleeves to help out our students. The McDonald County High School's National Honor Society is sponsoring a blood drive through the American Red Cross this Thursday, September 16 from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. This is open to the public. Everyone who gives will get a free beverage, snack and t-shirt. More donors means more scholarships for our kids. See the attached flyer for more information. Hope to see you there!
A slight change in COVID levels in the McDonald County School system. White Rock has now dropped to Level 0 and Southwest City is now at Level 1. All other schools remain the same. See accompanying graphic for more details as we monitor the latest.
As we continue to monitor COVID levels across the McDonald County School District, we see no change in the campus levels. Five schools are at Level 1. The rest are Level 0. See the accompanying graphic for more details.
We are seeing an uptick in COVID levels in the McDonald County School District. Rocky Comfort is now in the Level 1 category. It joins Anderson Elementary, the High School, Noel Elementary and White Rock at Level 1. All other schools remain at Level 0. Keep watching our social media pages and our website for the latest as we continue to monitor the situation.
Thank you to SFC Eric Corcoran of the Missouri National Guard for donating and displaying 13 American flags at Mustang Stadium. Corcoran says they pay honor not only service members who recently died in battle but also to all those who have and will sacrifice for our freedom!
No change in COVID levels for McDonald County Schools. Four campuses remain at Level 1. The rest stay at Level 0. See the chart for individual school levels and explanations. We continue to monitor the situation and will keep you up to date with the latest information.
Hey Mustang Nation! Just a quick reminder there is no school on Monday, September 6, in honor of the Labor Day holiday. Thanks for everyone's hard work. Now let's take the day off to celebrate! Enjoy your long weekend!