Who is eligible for breakfast and lunch each day?
All Children 18 and under in the household if at least one child attends a dismissed school
Can a family member pick up food for another family member?
Yes, Food Service Workers will be required to ask the household member who is picking up the meals how many children are in the family and where they go to school. If they indicate that a child is too young to attend a school, they can still receive a meal.
How are we partnering with community organizations that want to provide assistance?
Our priority at this time is getting food prepared and delivered to the 12 serving sites that we have established. We are evaluating the possibility of adding additional community sites as needed after our initial start up of off site meals on Monday March 16. Thank you to all who have offered support at this time. It is most appreciated.
How will MMSD communicate other non-MMSD sites where food and supplies might be available?
A list of food pantry locations and their updates will be included in the MMSD resources. Information on Community Center resources will also be available.
Will food pantries remain open in schools?
No. Food Pantries at school sites will be closed.
This is a full list of Food Pantries in our area. Some may be closed or limited due to COVID-19.
What will happen to our Quarter 3 grades?
The quarter 3 grading window will NOT open on 3/20. We will continue to update as we determine the new timeline. We are also in the process of making shifts to the grading window. We will make sure students and teachers have an opportunity to close out the 3rd quarter successfully. More details to follow as we move through technical details and communication planning.
What will happen to the National Honor Society Letters?
We are working to extend the deadline until we are back in session. More information to come
What will happen to AP courses and testing?
We are waiting to hear from the college board, but rest assured most of the country is asking the same question. Here is the website with the most current information. AP Updates for Schools Impacted by Coronavirus
Can I still order transcripts?
Transcripts may still be requested through Parchment following this process.
What about the ACT?
For all ACT related questions - act.org
What will happen to my college admission status?
NACAC College Admission Status Update - The National Association of College Admissions Counselors are providing this online tool as a central resource for information about changes in college admission events, deposit dates, and more as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. For any college-specific related questions, please reach out to the Admissions Department at that school.
What will happen to my scholarship?
For any scholarship questions please connect with the organization offering the scholarship for updates on timelines and process.
Need help with FAFSA?
For any questions related to FAFSA, please visit studentaid.gov. Seniors are still encouraged to complete their FAFSA if they have not yet done so.
What about NCAA eligibility?
If you are a student-athlete and have questions regarding NCAA eligibility, please monitor the NCAA Eligibility Center website
Which high schools have food pick up locations?
Click here for more information about food options from MMSD.
What about prom?
Unfortunately, prom is now canceled. Read the March 19 update about this and other spring events.
I have questions about tests/assessments while schools are closed (ACT Aspire, Forward Exam, Advanced Placement Exams).
You can find the most recent information regarding assessments while MMSD schools are closed on our Office of Assessment Administration's website.
I am an employee and I have questions about compensation.
See this Google Doc that was shared previously, you will need to be logged in to your MMSD email to view the document.