MZ Schools will be closed through April 30, 2020
due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Vo-Tech, all school activities, sports and practices are cancelled.
This mission of the Marquand-Zion School District, in partnership with families and community, is to provide progressive learning environments that foster quality and excellence for all students and assures them an opportunity to become literate, skilled, creative, confident, healthy, and caring individuals prepared for life, work, citizenship, and change.
Information concerning the closing of Marquand Zion Schools through April 30, 2020
Marquand Zion schools will remain closed through April 30, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
On Sunday March 29, 2020, President Donald Trump extended the Social Distancing guidelines until April 30. Therefore, schools in Missouri are prohibited to hold classes until the deadline passes.
During the month of April Marquand Zion teachers will be sending work to all of the students in the district. Parents will be contacted by phone or email before April 6th to explain how this will work. Students who have access to computers ad the internet will be able to do most work online. Students who do not have computers may be able to pick up a Chromebook at school on Tuesdays. Students who do not have access to the internet will be able to pick up hard copies of the assignments in the office on Tuesday of every week. Some assignments may be deleivered.
We ask that you have your students complete these assignments on time so that grades can be entered on time. if students need help accessing their emails from school, contact Mr. Berry at email@example.com from another email. If that's not possible call the school at 573-783-3388 to find out more.
New assignements will posted every week. If your student has struggled during 3rd quarter, these assignments will help bring his/her grades up for the semester. There will be no makeup assignments for extra credit.
If you have any questions contact your student's teacher or call the school at 573-783-3388.
Everyone stay safe, stay home and stay healthy!!!
* NOTICE - VIRTUAL EDUCATION: The District will annually permit any eligible student, under the age of twenty-one (21) who resides in the District, to enroll in Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program ("Program") courses as part of the student's annual course load. Course costs will be paid by the District provided that the student:
1. Is enrolled full-time and has attended a public school, including a charter school, for at least one (1) semester immediately prior to enrolling in the Program. However, if the reason for a student's non-attendance in the prior semester is a documented medical or psychological diagnosis or condition which prevented attendance, such as non-attendance will be excused; and
2. Prior to enrolling in the Program course has received District approval through the procedure set out in Regulation 6190 (A). (see regulation in District Policy at request)
Each Program course successfully completed will count as one class and will receive that portion of a full-time equivalent that comparable course offered by the District generates.