MCCSC Schools will be closed beginning on March 13th -May 1st. Please continue to check the MCCSC website and your email for additional details.
Food Distribution will take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:00-2:00 at the Main Entrance (Door #1). There is no cost from March 13th-March 27th for any student.
Teachers wil have online Office Hours for their courses through Canvas from 9-11 am and 1-2 pm the week of March 23rd-May 1st.
Drive-Thru WiFi Access Daily from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. will be available for any MCCSC student to visit one of two outdoor locations for downloading course materials to their school device. Students and parents are asked to access materials for download to the device and not remain on the property for extended amounts of time. Student connections will work identically to their daily connection in a school building with the only difference being the outdoor location. Bloomington North: Hoosier Hills parking lot south of the Bloomington North Softball Field. Bloomington South: Northeast parking lot facing Bloomington South Softball Field.
If you do not have internet access, paper packets will be available for pick up during meal distribution 11:00 AM-1:00 PM on March 23rd, 25th, and 27th.
Please see the MCCSC website for additional closing details (https://www.mccsc.edu/Page/4874)
Online registration and new student online enrollment for the 2020-2021 academic year opened. Parents may login to their Skyward account to complete online registration for returning students.
University of Evansville Engineering Summer Camps are now available. More information.
From Health Services
Please note that per MCCSC policy, your child should not come to school until they are 24 hours fever free when ill. If your child has a fever in the evening, please do not send them to school the next day.
If your child requires medication, it must be brought in by a parent/guardian with a medication sheet signed by both physician and parent. The form can be found on the MCCSC website under the Departments, Health, Forms.
MCCSC Social and Emotional Learning (SEL):
We believe that students deserve a safe and inspiring school culture and future where there is empathy, respect for one another, and opportunities for all students to grow academically, behaviorally, social, and emotionally. Through the MCCSC’s Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Initiative, our students and teachers will learn and practice social and emotional skills through the use of the Second Step or SchoolConnect curriculum. Some examples of these skills are: self-awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Discussions that focus on creating a supportive learning community, developing self-awareness and self-management, building relationships and resolving conflicts, and preparing for college and the workforce are happening throughout the school year. We see application of these skills across home and school and encourage you to talk with your adolescent about what they are learning with Second Step or School-Connect.
The following positions are open for the 2019-20 school year: