We are seeing a drop in the COVID Levels of campuses in the McDonald County School District as we wrap up the week. Five schools are now sitting at COVID Level 1. The rest are at Level 0. Please see the accompanying graphic for more information.
about 3 hours ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 10/14/2021
A drop in the number of campuses on the COVID Level 1 list in the McDonald County School District. Six schools are now at Level 1. Four remain at Level 0. For a full explanation of levels and each individual school's standing, please see the accompanying graphic.
1 day ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 10/13/21
Two campuses join the COVID Level 1 list in the McDonald County School District. Seven schools are now at Level 1. The other three continue at Level 0. See the accompanying graphic for more information on specific schools and their COVID Levels.
2 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 10/13/21
The Board of Education of the McDonald County R1 School District will be holding its regular monthly meeting this Thursday, October 14, at 6:30 pm at the District Office on 10 Stampede Drive, Anderson, MO. A public comment section will be offered at the beginning of the meeting. All people wishing to address the Board during the public comment section will need to adhere to the following guidelines: -The topic must be an item on the current agenda. -The speaker must sign up by completing a request form at the District Office no later than 12:00 pm on Thursday, October 14. -No individual will be permitted to speak more than once during this period. -There is a 3-minute time limit per individual speaker. Please see the attached images for items on this week’s agenda.
4 days ago, Ken Schutten
Starting the week out at McDonald County Schools with COVID Levels taking a dip. One school is now down to Level 0, leaving 5 schools at Level 1. See the accompanying graphic for details on individual school levels and the meaning of each level.
4 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 10/8/21
Green thumbs are budding at Pineville Primary School. Thanks to a grant from the Ozark Society Foundation’s Youth Environmental Engagement Grant Program, students at Pineville Primary are getting hands-on experience with learning how things grow. Teachers say the grant helped them buy raised planters and various herbs and flowers to plant a sensory garden. The grant also inspired the local parent-teacher organization to get donations of trees and plant them at the school. And a local garden club designed and planted a butterfly garden around the school’s flag pole. Students are able to help water the plants, identify the trees and learn how they grow, and explore the sensory garden. Teachers say the various gardens and trees help kids put into practice what they learn about nature in the classroom. More things are planned for the spring. Just another great example of how teachers and volunteers at McDonald County Schools are making a difference in every child, every day, whatever it takes!
4 days ago, Ken Schutten
Kids watering garden
Learning about trees
Watering the plants
Gathered around the garden
We wrap up the school week in the McDonald County School District with COVID Levels holding steady. Four schools are still at Level 0. The other six schools are at COVID Level 1. For individual school information and definitions, see the attached graphic.
7 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 10/7/21
Six schools across the McDonald County School District remain at COVID Level 1. That's no change from previous numbers. Four other schools are at Level 0. Please see the attached graphic for infomation on individual school levels and definitions.
8 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 10/6/21
COVID levels across the McDonald County School District are holding steady. Six schools remain at Level 1. The others are at Level 0. See the graphic for individual school levels and the criteria for each Level.
9 days ago, Ken Schutten
Covid Levels 10/5/21
Some juggling around of COVID levels in McDonald County Schools. One school goes to Level 1 while another slips back to Level 0. We continue with six campuses at Level 1. The others are Level 0. See the attached graphic for specific details of levels and schools.
10 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 10/4/21
A slight shift in COVID levels in the McDonald County School District as we start the week. One school has dropped to Level 0 as another school goes to Level 1. Six campuses are now at Level 1. The rest remain at Level 0. See accompanying graphic for more information.
11 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID levels 10/1/21
Help us say a big "Thank You!" to all our hard-working McDonald County School custodians on this National Custodian Day, October 2! They are the first line of defense against germs and dirt in our schools! With 10 different campuses, they have a lot of floors, classrooms, windows, and bathrooms to clean! We just want you to know how much we appreciate all you do to make sure our schools are safe and clean for every child, every day, whatever it takes!
13 days ago, Ken Schutten
National Custodian Day
No change in COVID building levels across the McDonald County School District today. Six campuses remain at Level 1. The other four are at Level 0. See the accompanying graphic for more information and descriptions of levels.
15 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID levels 9/29/21
COVID Levels in the McDonald County School District remain steady as the school week continues. Six campuses remain at COVID Level 1. All other campuses are at Level 0. See the accompanying graphic for individual school levels and explanations.
16 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID levels 9/28/21
Another campus jumps back up to Level 1 on the COVID list in McDonald County Schools. That makes it a total of six schools on the Level 1 list. The other schools remain at Level 0. The attached graphic shows each school's level and the explanations.
17 days ago, Ken Schutten
Covid Levels 9/27/21
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.
18 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levles 9/24/21
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.
21 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 9/23/21
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.
22 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 9/22/21
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.
23 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 9/21/21
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.
24 days ago, Ken Schutten
COVID Levels 9/20/21