Our goal is to be able to wave to as many of our students and families as we can. We miss our students dearly and we want you to know that you are on our minds and in our hearts every day!
If you live along our route, please be on the lookout and listen so you can come outside and wave to us from a safe distance. If you have to travel a bit PLEASE maintain a proper social distance of 6-10 feet from any other families. You could also park your car somewhere along the route and wave to us from within the car as we pass by! Your health and safety is our utmost priority.
We are so excited to see all of you on Tuesday, April 21st.
We will depart from MES/MHS at 2:00 p.m. We will head down Wendling Rd., to the covered bridge and then back down Wendling Rd. to Paschelke Rd. We will proceed down Paschelke Rd until we hit Marcola Road. Then from Marcola Road, we will head back towards town and go down to Carson Street. Then we will carry on to B street, then to A street, and then popping out to Whitmore. Then we will go back on to Marcola Road. We will go down to Parsons creek and go to the top and then back down. Then we will head back down to Marcola Rd. and back to the school.
Places to park to see the parade would be the Youth Center parking lot, Restaurant parking lot, the Marcola Store parking lot, Post Office parking lot, or on safe parts off of Marcola Rd. Also see the parade from both church parking lots, and the old Richard’s Shop.
- Come out and cheer and wave from your property!
- Make signs for your school or teacher!
- Maintain social distancing (6-10 feet) from other families or remain in your car!
2022 OnPoint Educator of the Year Finalist: Jennifer Krebs
Our very own Jennifer (McCauley) Krebs is being honored and has been nominated as a finalist for the OnPoint Educator of the Year award.
MSD 1st Annual "MayDay" of Caring 5/21/22
Created as a day to bring district and community volunteers together with the primary focus of improving our campus grounds through various beautification projects. Engage with our neighbors, get our hands dirty, and show pride in our school community.