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Mission: To Educate All Students for Success
Vision: To Become a Dynamic Educational System of Excellence
The Martin County School District's (MCSD) annual Controlled Open Enrollment and School Choice application windows will open tomorrow, March 1. Designed to allow families greater flexibility when selecting educational options for their children, the School Choice process allows parents/caregivers to apply to have their children attend a school other than the campus they are zoned to attend based on their home address.
Martin County residents and all employees of MCSD may apply to have their children attend any school operated by the District. Placements are based on seats available and any specific program criteria that may exist for the selected school. Martin County families and all employees may apply for the upcoming school year from March 1 through July 31.
Out-of-county residents may apply to have their children attend select schools via the statutorily-required Controlled Open Enrollment Process. Out-of-county families may apply for the upcoming school year from March 1 through March 31.
All families and employees who elect to participate in the school choice process must provide transportation for their children.
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As part of its continued commitment to educating all students for success, the Martin County School District has launched its annual Satisfaction and Engagement Surveys, which provide stakeholders the opportunity to give feedback on their level of satisfaction and engagement with school- and District-based programs, outreach efforts, initiatives and resources.  
This year, MCSD has partnered with the University of Chicago's Consortium on School Research to deploy evidence-based essential questions that will inform our ongoing efforts to deliver an exceptional educational experience to all students.  These surveys will gather data related to five indicators that can predict important student outcomes, including improved attendance and test score gains. 
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During the Martin County School Board meeting held last Tuesday, Superintendent Dr. John D. Millay informed the School Board of his intent to resign his position at the end of June.
"As I reflect on my 30-year career as an educator, including 17 years as a Superintendent of Schools, I am overcome with gratitude and fond memories when I think of the countless students, employees, families and community members who have impacted my journey and our collective desire to see all children succeed," Dr. Millay shared in a letter to staff. "Over the past 2.5 years, we have conquered goals, persevered through challenges and remained focused on our mission of educating ALL Martin County students for success.  I truly believe in my heart that the Martin County School District is poised to become the preeminent system of learning for children, both in Florida and throughout our nation. Please continue to prioritize kindness, positivity, transparency and continuous improvement. With humble appreciation, I look forward to finishing this school year sharing the same goals."
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The Martin County School District is excited to announce that it has been selected as Cambridge International’s District of the Year in the Small District category for the 2022-2023 school year.
Each year, Cambridge International honors three exceptional districts across the U.S. in the large, medium, and small-sized public school district categories. Within each category, the organization recognizes the district that ranks the highest based on the following criteria:
1. increasing access to the rigorous Cambridge curriculum,
2. sustaining or improving student performance on exams, and
3. committing to equity in education for all students.
This year's award is based on exams taken during the November 2021 and June 2022 series. 
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Families of rising kindergartners had a blast at our kindergarten orientation events earlier this month!
Members of the Class of 2036 (!!!) toured their future elementary campuses, met their school administrators and learned about programs that will help them succeed in elementary school.
If you or someone you know are the parent of a child who will enter kindergarten in the upcoming school year, click here to access more information about our online enrollment process.
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March 1 - March 31: Controlled Open Enrollment Window Open (Out-of-County Residents)
March 1 - July 31: In-County Resident & Employee School Choice Window Open
March 1 - 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. - Orientation for Incoming Freshmen - South Fork High School
March 7 - 4:00 p.m.- School Board Workshop immediately followed by a Special Board Meeting
March 8 - 5:30 p.m.- Millage Oversight Committee Meeting
March 8 - 6:30 p.m. - Sales Tax Oversight Committee Meeting
March 11 - 19: Spring Break (No School for Students)
March 21 - 4:00 p.m. - School Board Meeting
March 23 - 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. - 47th Annual Music in Our Schools Showcase
March 24 - 3rd Quarter Report Cards Posted (FOCUS Parent Portal)
March 25 - 9:00 a.m. -Districtwide Career Fair (Positions Available for 2023-2024 School Year)
March 29 - 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Middle School Parent Conference Night
March 30 - 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Elementary School Parent Conference Night
View Our 2022-2023 Instructional Calendar
Every Thursday, specially trained therapy dogs visit Murray Middle School on a mission: to help build confidence in students who have difficulty reading.
In 2006, the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast started the Paws to Read Program at Murray Middle School. The animals and their handlers are part of Misty's Pals, which operates through the Humane Society. Paws to Read added Jensen Beach Elementary School to the schedule in 2018.
The goal of the program is to help students overcome their fear of reading and improve their reading and comprehension skills. 
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Seven Martin County High School Culinary Academy seniors recently received scholarships from the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association (FRLA).
Each year, the organization awards forty $2,000 scholarships to high school seniors in Florida who plan to pursue a career and post-secondary education in a hospitality industry-related course of study. This year, seven seniors in the MCHS Culinary Arts Program applied and all were awarded the scholarship.
The students will be recognized during the FRLA's Salute to Excellence Awards on March 5 in Orlando.
More than 120 middle and high school students in Martin County competed in the Martin County Regional Secondary STEM Fair (MCRSEF) in late January.
This year's Science and Engineering Fair was the largest yet, with triple the amount of students competing compared to last year. Students displayed projects in categories such as Plant Sciences, Biomedical and Health Sciences, Mathematics and Computational Sciences, and Engineering.
In honor of National School Counseling Week, the Martin County School District shared a special message of gratitude with our outstanding team of professionals who mentor, coach and support all students for success!
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