Looking for a unique way to honor a Macdonough School teacher? Visit the Donors Choose website to see a list of projects which will support our school!
On Time, All Day, Every Day!
A reminder that school begins at 8:50 a.m. Please be sure to make every effort to be have your child arrive on time!
Regular attendance at school is important for all students. We know that having children in school on time, all day, every day can make a big difference in their achievement. Of course we all recognize that there are going to be days when students need to be home due to illness, but research shows that making regular school attendance a priority will have a positive impact on student learning.
We’ll be recognizing classrooms with “perfect attendance” at our upcoming SURFS Up Celebration. Thank you for your support of our attendance goal and your support in ensuring that your child is in school On Time, All Day, Every Day!
Macdonough School is a No Idle Zone
Did you know that all Connecticut schools are designated as No Idle Zones? Drivers of cars, trucks, and buses are prohibited from idling engines for more than three minutes when parked in and around schools. Please do your part to keep Macdonough School a No Idle Zone!
Click to listen to Macdonough's School Song: Knowledge Is Power
School Based Health Center at Macdonough!
Did you know that the Rita Hayes Health Clinic at Macdonough is the oldest School Based Health Center in Connecticut?
We are proud to offer school-based health services during the school day for our students.
Licensed healthcare providers are available to provide
medical support (treatment for illnesses or injuries, and physicals),
behavioral health services (individual, group, and family therapy),
dental hygiene (exams, fluoride, cleanings, x-rays, and sealants) services
If you are interested in having your child enroll for services in the school-based health center, please call Kelli Swan at 860-347-8553 to receive registration information!
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Parent Volunteers Wanted!
The Middletown School District is implementing a Volunteer Procedure to ensure the safety of all students. The procedure requires that school volunteers are prescreened by the Middletown Public Schools and the Connecticut Department of Children and Families.
If you are interested in volunteering at Macdonough School or chaperoning a field trip, please contact Kelli Swan (or your child’s teacher) to request a Volunteer Packet. All packets must be completed and turned in prior to your volunteer experience.
We value parents and caregivers having a strong role in our learning community and are committed to supporting the new Volunteer Procedure to ensure a continued partnership with all families.
A Book for Macdonough
Looking for a way to donate to our school? Please consider purchasing a book for our school library. Through the "A Book for Macdonough" program, people can purchase books for our school library. A name plate will be attached to each book to be personalized with an inscription (e.g. This book donated in honor of Mrs. Spaman by the Smith Family)
Lexia Reading at Home
Click on Lexia to download the Lexia Reading program for home use. You will need the ID number and student username.
The safety of all the children and staff in our schools is very important. In order to ensure a safe environment, it is imperative that we practice our emergency and crisis response plans. Click on above link for more information.
November 3, 2014
Nutrition Education - Mrs. Ciccia 9:15; Mrs. Paul 9:50; Miss Claffey 10:25; Miss Savalli 11:00
Professional Development Elementary & Secondary (PDES)
Early Release for Elementary Students Grade K-5 - 1:15 p.m. Late Arrival for Middle School Students Grades 6-8 - 10:30 a.m. Late Arrival for High School Students Grades 9-12 - 10:00 a.m.
November 4, 2014
ELECTION DAY - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS Teachers to attend Professional Development
Professional Development Day-No School for Students
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