MCCSC C.A.R.E.S (Connect, Achieve, Respond, Engage, and Support) is a student engagement campaign. It supports our schools in getting students who may be having some difficulty with participating in online learning to more actively engage and participate in their learning. This partnership between the Curriculum and Instruction staff members and social workers will continue throughout the school year. Staff members reach out to families weekly to provide support, supplies, and assistance.
(General information and enrollment procedures)
(Children ages 6 weeks through 3 at two licensed centers)
(Children ages 3 by August 1st)
(Children ages 4 by August 1st)
(Children who are 5 years old by August 1st are eligible. Early registration begins in February.)
(Before and after-school programs for PreK-6)
Apps for Parents
Community Bulletin Board
Bloomington Health Center (Former VIM Clinic) - Bilingual staff are available on-site for Spanish-speaking patients. For other languages, a Language Line will be used for assistance.
The MCCSC Equity Spotlight Award recognizes, student organizations, community partners, and faculty and staff members, for their commitment to fostering an inclusive learning environment reflective of our Mission, Vision, and Core Values.
Who is Eligible?
Anyone (students, parents/caregivers, faculty, staff, or the general public) may nominate a staff/faculty member, student, student organization, school, innovative learning initiative, or community partner.
Whole Child Support System
All schools in the MCCSC address the academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of all students.
Certificate of Multilingual Proficiency
The Indiana Certificate of Multilingual Proficiency is an award designated on a student’s transcript that shows that the student has attained a high level of proficiency, sufficient for meaningful use in college and a career in one or more languages in addition to English.
Evening of Code
The Evening of Code takes place in December at Bloomington High Schools North and South. During this event, students and parents can try hands-on coding activities, problem-solve with developmentally appropriate robots, and see robotics teams from around the corporation.
ENrich Tutoring Program
The ENrich tutoring program is an extended English learning opportunity for English learners in grades K-8 in MCCSC. The Virtual ENrich program will connect MCCSC English learners with IU service-learning students by providing live, virtual support.