We are going back to school!!!
Here is some important information!

  • During this transition time students will meet their core classroom teachers, receive and setup the new iPad pros and receive paperwork and important information to begin the school year.

  • For the first week, students have randomly been placed with a teacher to start the day, this may or may not be their homeroom teacher.

  • During the second week, students will begin with their homeroom teacher and the students they will be in class with.  Due to COVID-19 guidelines, students will not be changing classes.  Teachers will rotate to each of the homerooms.  

  • After these two weeks are completed our school will move to virtual learning. 

  • Harris doors will be opened at 7:15 each morning. During transition days, students will need to be seated no later than 7:50. Car riders will begin loading at 1:55 each afternoon.

  • Car riders will have to pass three health questions, please look for these in our parking lot,  and temperatures will be checked before exiting the car.

  • Bus riders will have to pass three health questions before entering the bus and temperatures will be checked at school before entering the building.

  • Students must wear a mask or gaiter.  The state has provided 5 free cloth masks for each student and they will receive these on their first day.  If they have their own, they are free to wear those as well.  Please make sure they are school appropriate.

  • Students will receive mask breaks throughout the day.  Teachers will cover those procedures.

Due to COVID-19 guidelines school procedures are going to look very different this year.  We ask that you be patient with us as we navigate this reopening plan.  Your students' safety is our top priority.

Our Mission: Engage and empower every learner, every day to RISE!

espect: we treat others as we wish to be treated!
ntegrity: we demonstrate honesty and strong moral principles!
ucceed: we grow our students!
valuate: we use various data to inform best-practices!

The mission of Mitchell County Schools is to collaborate with families and community partners to provide a safe, caring, and engaging learning environment that prepares graduates to become responsible citizens in a diverse, global society. 

Mitchell County Schools is an equal opportunity employer without regard to race, religion, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, or handicapping condition.

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