Welcome to Kendrick High School’s Parent Page

My name is Maxine Gaddy and I am very proud to serve as your Parent Contact for Kendrick High School. My mission is to connect parents with resources to assist with their child’s educational journey.

The Administration, Faculty and Staff here at Kendrick High are committed to supporting you and your family through this unfortunate pandemic. We have been providing information on our web site, Facebook and Instagram pages, and via emails, texts and calls to address some of your questions and concerns. We can work together to ensure successful virtual and in-person learning for your child.

Kendrick High School believes in the importance of parent engagement in an effort to stay committed to the school’s motto “Returning to Greatness”.

You can reach me at 706-565-2960 or by emailing me at Gaddy.Maxine.R@muscogee.k12.ga.us

Kendrick High Zoom Parent Workshop  Have questions about GMAS?  We are conducting a Title I Parent Workshop on the Georgia Milestone Assessment System.  Thursday, April 11, 2024 ~ 12 pm   Zoom Registration required prior to joining workshop.  Click Here to Register by noon on April 18, 2023.
Senior Parents & Guardians - please join us for our Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) workshop on February 9, 2024 from 10 am to 1 pm.  Please refer to information mailed home from our Guidance Department.
Accessing Report Cards/Progress Reports  First nine week report cards will be available on October 15, 2021. Report cards and progress reports will be accessible via our MCSD Parent Portal and Student Portal for the remainder of the school year. MCSD Schools will not print hard copies.  Click here to download instructions. Students can also access Progress Reports and Report Cards via MCSD Student Portal
MCSD Mental Health Resources Provided by the Pastoral Institute
Click Here to Access our Facebook Page
Click Here to Access our Instagram Page
Click Here to Access our Twitter Page
Canvas - Our district's Learning Management System. Students can access announcements, assignments and submit coursework. Click Here to access Canvas Dashboard Overview.
Canvas - Our district's Learning Management System. Students can access announcements, assignments and submit coursework. Click Here to access Canvas How To Guides.
MCSD District Website in Spanish
Click Here to Access Parent Technology Resources
Click here to access Infinite Campus Parent Portal
Click here to create a parent portal account

Resources for Parents

Angel Tree 2020

2022-2023 Calendar

MCSD Hospital Homebound Information Online Instruction 2021-2022   Parents requesting On-Line instruction for students are required to request for services through the Hospital Homebound Process    Click Here to Review Criteria and Relevant Information
MCSD Hospital Homebound Application Online Instruction 2021-2022    Click Here to Access Application  Copies of application are also available in main office at school.

What is Title I?

“Title I” is a  federal program that provides funding to local school districts to improve the academic achievement of disadvantaged students. It is part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act first passed in 1965. That Act is reauthorized by Congress from time to time, and often given a new name. It is currently known as the No Child Left Behind Act.

Section A of Title I provides grants to states to distribute directly to school districts. This is by far the largest source of federal money for local schools.

School districts do not have to apply for Title I funding as they would have to for a competitive grant. If a school district qualifies for Title I funding, it is entitled to the money. However, the district must submit to the state education agency a plan for how it will use the funds to improve academic achievement among disadvantaged students.

“Disadvantaged” students are those who come from low-income families, are in foster homes, or are neglected or delinquent, or who live in families receiving temporary assistance from state governments.