Online Registration and Re-opening Options

Online Registration and Re-opening Options

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

New online registration application features COVID-19 re-opening options

WHEN: July 3, 2020 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., July 17, 2020*

*Registration is an on-going process throughout the year. However, the school choice options related to the COVID-19 re-opening plan must be declared by 5:00 p.m., July 17, 2020.


WHERE: Online–the District’s website


WHAT:

  • The District will accept registration applications online starting 8:00 a.m., July 3, 2020 for the 2020-2021 school year.
  • The online registration application features a section for you to declare each of your student’s preferences for either in-person or virtual instruction per the COVID-19 re-opening plan.
  • Preferences must be declared within the application by 5:00 p.m., July 17, 2020.
  • Each declared preference will be reviewed to complete enrollment at each school site.
  • The online application will not complete enrollment; all student assignments will be finalized based upon each student’s verified household address per the annual District-wide Verification Day, August 5, 2020.
  • IMPORTANT: Once confirmed, each option will be applicable for the duration of a full nine-week grading period or semester (block schedule). Upon acceptance, changes to each option cannot occur until the next grading period.

HOW:

New student registration:

  • Who: students who are not currently enrolled in the District and/or students who were enrolled during a previous school year but withdrew
  • Required documentation for each student:
    • Student’s birth certificate
    • Student’s Social Security card or waiver
    • Withdrawal form and transcripts or last report card from previous school district
    • Two proofs of residency with the parents/legal guardians’ full name and address:
      • Currently lease and/or mortgage
      • Current utility bill
    • Parents/legal guardians’ identification (driver’s license, state-issued I.D., passport, or military I.D.)
    • GA Immunization Form (3231) or waiver form giving more time to get form 3231
    • GA Eye, Ear & Dental Form (3300) or waiver form more time to get form 3300

Returning students:

  • Who: students who were enrolled during the 2019-2020 school year and are returning for the 2020-2021 school year
  • Access point: Parent Portal
  • Required documentation for each student:
    • Two proofs of residency with the parents/legal guardians’ full name and address:
      • Currently lease and/or mortgage
      • Current utility bill
    • Parents/legal guardians’ identification (driver’s license, state-issued I.D., passport, or military I.D.)

If you  need assistance with completing the online application, contact your students’ assigned schools or Central Registration: centralregistration@muscogee.k12.ga.us, 706-748-2000.  Central Registration will offer appointment-based in-person assistance upon request.


If you or your students are experiencing homelessness, please contact our McKinney-Vento department, 706-748-2276 or 706-575-1676, to complete registration for the 2020-2021 school year.


The release of the District’s final COVID-19 re-opening plan and future Connect & Chat sessions to review the final plan are forthcoming. Stay tuned!

For more information and updates related to the District’s COVID-19 plan, visit our website. 


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Spencer High Summer School Opportunities 2020

Spencer High Summer School Opportunities 2020

Spencer High Summer School Opportunities 2020

Who is eligible? Students with a final grade between 60 – 69 may participate in Extended Year Recovery (EY) to finish the work needed to earn a 70 in current courses.  Students with an average between 50-59 may take the course over through Georgia Virtual Credit Recovery (GAVCR).

When? June 1 – June 18.  All work must be completed no later than 3 pm on June 18th.

Points of Contact:

Extended Year – B. Davis, Academic Coach  Davis.Brenda@muscogee.k12.ga.us

GA Virtual Credit Recovery – Q. Dorsey, Graduation Coach  Dorsey.Quashanta.G@muscogee.k12.ga.us

Details:

Both Summer School programs are ON LINE.

If average is below 60 Students must take class over through GA Virtual Credit Recovery.  Due to time constraints, do not wait to start GAVCR. Contact Ms. Dorsey to begin immediately.

Students must Log into Canvas classes daily beginning June 1, 2020 (Monday-Thursday).  Teacher office hours are 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and they will be available during these times to assist you.

ALL work must be finished by June 18, 2020.

Maximum average students can earn in Extended Year is 70. The amount of work each student needs to complete is determined by the average in the class and the teacher of the course.  Some students may finish before June 18th.

Maximum number of classes is 2.

Students must adhere to MCSD technology policy and use devices responsibly.

Students must return MCSD devices on due date.

Parent must participate in ONE of the virtual Parent Meetings through Free Conference Call below.

Conference Calls – please call in to join the meetings early so that calls begin on time.

Dial 701-802-5395

When prompted, enter access code 2954445

Dates/Times

May 22 – @ 2 p.m.                      May 26 – @ 11 a.m.           May 27 – @ 6 p.m.

 Sign up online by completing the form at the link below.

https://tinyurl.com/SHSsmrschl20  

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