Rose Magnani Winner - Emma Varga Rose Magnani Winner - Jamie Yearton Honorable Mention - Anabel Gomez
1 day ago, District 165
Emma Varga
Emma Varga
Jamie Yearton
Anabel Gomez
Rose Magnani Winners Artwork
1 day ago, District 165
Anabel Gomez
Emma Varga
Emma Varga
Jamie Yearton
Rose Magnani Winner - Emma Varga Rose Magnani Winner - Jamie Yearton Honorable Mention - Anabel Gomez
1 day ago, District 165
Emma Varga
Emma Varga
Jamie Yearton
Anabel Gomez
Congratulations to Julio, Grant, Colten and Jackson on taking 12 in 7th grad boys 3A 4x100!
7 days ago, Athletics
state track
Congratulations Grant on taking 12th in state for the 200 M!
7 days ago, Athletics
state track
The 7th graders had a blast celebrating Outsiders Day!
8 days ago, Ms. Bruening
Soc and greaser!
Ms Bruening’s greasers!
Mrs. Keenum - the Soc and some greasers!
graffiti time
Congratulations to Olivia taking 9th with a time of 18.4 in 100M Hurdles!
8 days ago, Athletics
state track
Congratulations to Grant on making state for the 200! 27.11
14 days ago, Athletics
track
Congratulations to Colten, Grant, Jackson, and Julio on making state for 4x100! 53.64
14 days ago, Athletics
track
Congratulations to Olivia making state for 100m hurdles!
14 days ago, Athletics
Sectionals
Congratulations to the 7th Grade boys for taking 2nd place in the GK Invite!
24 days ago, Athletics
track
Monday, May 2nd - Friday, May 6th - Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! Thank you for all you do!
30 days ago, MCMS
Thank you for all that helped on this very wet track meet!
about 1 month ago, Athletics
volunteers
track
coaches
6th grade learning about the immigrant experience of the late 1880s at Midway Village.
about 1 month ago, Ms. Zanon
Immigrant foods
Playing immigrant games
What would you pack?
Ellis Island examination
Students in Mrs. Simmons Flex class created a mini-golf course based on a blueprint that students designed in Math class.
about 2 months ago, Mrs. Simmons
Popcorn Bucket
Ice Cream Cone
Watermelon
Sandwich
Students in Mrs. Simmons Flex class created a mini-golf course based on a blueprint that students designed in Math class.
about 2 months ago, Mrs. Simmons
Munchy Mini-Golf Madness
French Fries
Pizza
Hot Dog
Beach Day @ MCMS
about 2 months ago, Ms. Zanon
Spirit Week
Girls Basketball Victory 2/17!!! Marengo (20) Hiawatha (11)
3 months ago, District 165
BasketBall
Basketball
Ms. Bruening’s class “set” the table with their book reports! The students loved listening to book talks around the breakfast table while enjoying donuts and juice!
3 months ago, Ms. Bruening
book talk
book talk
book talk
book talk
Dear Parents and Guardians, On January 6, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control updated its guidance for K-12 schools. On January 7, 2022, the Illinois Department of Public Health, Illinois State Board of Education, and McHenry County Health Department announced that the agencies would be adopting the CDC guidance for K through 12 schools that shorten the removal from in-person school periods from 10 days to 5 days. Staff and students that are currently isolated will be contacted as follows: 1. Students eligible for isolation or quarantine period will be contacted by the end of day Tuesday to determine how the new guidance affects their current isolation or quarantine. We will send a follow-up message with additional information if this schedule changes. 2. Staff eligible for a shortened isolation or quarantine period will be contacted by Tuesday to determine how the new guidance affects their current isolation or quarantine. Moving forward, students and staff that test positive for COVID-19 will isolate for 5 days and may return to school or work on day 6 if they are symptom-free. Students or staff that are identified as close contacts will quarantine for 5 days, test on day 5, and return to school or work with a negative COVID-19 test on day 6. School health offices will continue to contact families to release students from isolation/quarantine. Per our usual and customary practice, we will continue to monitor how this influences our school community. Students or staff who present COVID-19 symptoms will remain home and have to present a negative test to return to work or school. Yours in Education, Dr. Lea Damisch, Superintendent of Schools
5 months ago, Mrs. Matzer