BOOKMOBILE WILL BE AT THE MCINTOSH POST OFFICE
DURING THE DAY OF
JUNE 18; JULY 16; AUGUST 13
The Food Pantry’s mission is to increase access to food for hungry people, and empower them to help each other. Hunger hurts, it damages mental and physical health, it lowers performance in school and at work, and the strain it causes can tear families apart. Hunger contributes to many social ills, from domestic violence to drug use to theft or resort to doing something desperate. Reducing the prevalence of hunger can cause a ripple of positive changes throughout a community. The food pantry will be available as long as the school community will support this endeavour. Please feel free to speak with any of our teachers or staff if you are in need. Your request will be kept confidential.
**The school wants to give a big THANKS to the participants in the 1st Annual McIntosh Volleyball Tourney on May 5, 2013 in the Town of McIntosh for the donated food.**
Help us in Uniform Recycling
At MAS we have children that are in need of uniform shirts, shorts, pants, sneakers and hoodies.
Help replenish the school's uniform store. We give these items away to the most needy of our student body. School children grow at different rates and within a short space of time there can soon be be a surplus of barely worn uniforms that could and should be reused. Soon school will be over and you'll have uniforms that your child will have outgrown by the start of the next school year. You may bring them in to the Main Office.
The following link takes you to a National PTA website where documents have been placed by grade level that explain in layman’s terms the basics of Common Core. This may be a reference if you are an interested parent/stakeholder for a basic overview. It is also in Spanish (which is nice). Just another tool.
Click on the PTA word above
Now accepting students K-5
Our Curriculum is
an inquiry-based, trans-disciplinary, thematic program
to develop inquiring, knowledgeable, and caring youth.
We are a public elementary charter school. MAS can make a difference in your child’s total life.
Click the Enrollment button above for the registration form
7:15 to 7:35 AM
for all Students
at the MAS Cafe.
No breakfast will be served after 7:35 AM
Regular School Day
7:35 00 AM - 2:30 PM
7:35 AM - 12:20 PM
MAS LUNCH MENU
We have indicated the items for lunch that the
learners will be served that
but may be different due to availability
Click below and see
what's for lunch.
Student Lunch: $1.60
Adult Lunch: $2.75
Make checks out to Reddick-Collier
Lunch Menu May 2013
Lunch Menu June 2013
STUDENT OF THE MONTH OF
|Kalyb & Olivia
|Roger & Jacob
|Ilana & Titus
|Audra & Liana
|Jacob & Alina
2012-2013 Marion County School Board Approved
Instructional Day Calendar
2013-14 Marion County Public School Board Approved
Instructional Day Calendarl
Notice to Parents and Guardians
There are safety procedures regarding visitor/volunteer sign-in. A computer system in the front office requires visitors/volunteers to enter his/her name and choose a reason for being on campus. The system then automatically prints out a name badge. You MUST show a current picture ID when signing in. Keep this information in mind when visiting and please allow for the extra time needed when signing in. Also, remember that visitors are required to sign out through this system, since it keeps track of each visitor's time spent on campus.
Thank you for your patience!