COVID-19 Updates for MACS
Hybrid Learning Model Continued (Updated 2/19/21):
On Feb. 22, 2021 we return after winter recess to our hybrid model of instruction. Sports and other Extra Curricular activities have resumed with mitigation protocols to reduce transmission of COVID-19. At this time, no outside individuals, groups, or organizations are allowed to conduct activities on campus. This includes access to the pool, gyms, fitness center and all other indoor spaces. As soon as we can safely do so we will implement a plan to bring back outside organizations.
Mexico Central Schools has a dedicated phone number (315-963-8400, ext. 5400) for you to call and leave a message to receive a return call regarding your question or concern.
Learning: We are very proud of the work that has been done to provide ongoing learning experiences for our scholars. Are you having difficulty with technology or are you in need of a student device or internet access? Please contact 315-963-5815 so we can assess how best to support you.
The following links are designed to provide resources that address the needs of students who receive related services.
Wi-Fi Information: Internet issues at home? We offer a Wi-Fi connection in the parking lot near the High School football stadium that is available for free.
MACS information will continue to come directly to you on the district mobile app (download for FREE in your app store), website and through our Blackboard System. Blackboard sends updates to the Parent/Guardian contact that is currently on file with the district. This includes emails, texts messages and phone calls. If you have not been receiving any of these updates, please contact us for help. Please note that limited information will be posted on the district’s social media sites regarding COVID-19. This is to ensure that all messages reaching our school community are accurate and that all information comes directly from the school district.
MACS has followed the previous protocols from the Oswego County Health Department and the CDC and will continue to do so. There are five key mitigation strategies that are essential to safe delivery of in-person instruction and help to mitigate COVID-19 transmission in schools:
- Universal and correct use of masks
- Physical distancing
- Handwashing and respiratory etiquette
- Cleaning and maintaining healthy facilities
- Contact tracing in combination with isolation and quarantine, in collaboration with the health department
Thank you for your flexibility and diligence as we seek to maintain continuity of learning in a safe manner.