MPV School District: Please follow the link to complete the Mask-Mandate Survey https://forms.gle/fw1TFGGudfMcCup6A
COVID-19 Data for 08-20-21: Staff Positive—0 Students Positive—2 Staff Quarantined—1 Students Quarantined—12
Reminders concerning our best options to keep students and adults in school while not mandating face masks during this Pandemic: 1. Vaccinated students (12 and up)or adults are not required to quarantine if determined to be a close contact of a Covid positive person unless he/she (the close contact)were to show symptoms of being positive. 2. Mask wearing students and adults are not required to quarantine if determined to be a close contact of a Covid positive person if both the positive person and the close contact were wearing masks ...unless he/she (the close contact)were to show symptoms of being positive. I can’t wait to see everyone tomorrow. Let’s have a great year and stay safe. Masks are not required but encouraged when social distancing is not possible. Masks on buses are highly encouraged.
Start of School Information: High School—479-997-1363 Pleasant View—479-997-8469 Marvin Primary—479-997-1495 Principals: Mr. Williams-High School, Mr. Hood—Pleasant View and Ms. Smyth at Marvin. School starts Monday, August 16th. 1. COVID-19 and Delta Variant are spreading; thus take precautions. 2. Take temps at home before sending kids if they aren’t feeling well. 3. Wearing masks is not mandated but highly encouraged. (K-12) 4. Anthony Hood is our Point of Contact for COVID issues. 479-297-1948 or 479-997-8469, 5. We will distance and sanitize at school to the extent possible. 6. Have kids at bus stop a few minutes early on Monday morning and until routine is established. 7. Have a great year!
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at 424 Alma Avenue, Mulberry on Friday, July 30th 1-4 p.m. The location is MPV Auditorium and MPV employees will direct people to the location of the vaccination clinic.
Monday, July 26th is the next COVID-19 Vaccination opportunity. Ages 12 and up are eligible. Minors will need to have a parent or guardian present. Time is 1-4 p.m. and location is MPV Auditorium at 424 Alma Avenue in Mulberry. 98% of COVID hospitalizations and 99% of COVID deaths are among those unprotected (unvaccinated). Some will receive 2nd round but 1st round of vaccination will also be available. Protection is the best deterrent to spread according to medical experts.
What: COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic When: Monday, July 26th, 1-4 p.m. Where: MPV Auditorium Who: Anyone 12 years of age and older. (Parents/guardians must come with minors) Important Information: several people are scheduled for the 2nd dose of the vaccine, but 1st time doses are available to those needing to come.
There will be a meeting in the District Administration Office on Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.to discuss the MPV Title 1 Budget. Discussion will be centered on how the federal funds are budgeted to meet the needs of our students. Parents and guardians are invited to attend.
I incorrectly listed the address of the immunization clinic as 425 Alma Avenue. The correct address is 424 Alma Avenue. Today 1-4 p.m.
Reminder: COVID-19 Immunizations given today 1-4 p.m. The clinic is being held in the MPV Auditorium located at 425 Alma Avenue. In Mulberry. The second round of the vaccine will be given July 26th at the same location.
This is a reminder that MPV Schools will host a COVID-19 Immunization opportunity on Monday, June 28th 1-4 p.m. The vaccinations will be given at the MPV Auditorium. Ages 12 and up may participate. Children must have a parent or guardian with them. Bring an insurance card and ID. If no insurance card, come anyway. Second dose will be July 26th.
Immunization Clinic will be held at MPV Auditorium. Time is 1-4 p.m. on Monday, June 28 (next Monday). Bring insurance card and/or ID. Second immunization will be July 26th at the same location. It is ok to bring children, parents, etc.-- Ages eligible are 12 years old and up. Please call 479-997-1715 to let us know if you are coming. We need to have an estimate of vaccines needed. Lonnie Myers, Ed.D.
MPV will host a COVID Vaccination Clinic on June 28th and July 26th for children ages 12-18 and any adults interested. Please respond yes in the survey linked if you plan to participate. https://forms.gle/yoavMfajWZbHNWaj9
Students may be picked up by parents at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 27th, 2021. Buses will leave Marvin Primary at noon to deliver students home. Parents with students riding buses should expect students to arrive at home about 3 hours earlier than usual on Thursday.
MPV COVID-19 Snapshot 5-21-21: Staff Positive—0 Students Positive—0 Staff Quarantined—0 Students Quarantined—2
COVID-19 Snapshot 5-14-21: Employees Positive—0 Students Positive—0 Employees Quarantined—0 Students Quarantined—0
COVID-19 Snapshot 5-8-21: Staff Positive: 0 Students Positive: 0 Staff Quarantined: 0 Students Quarantined: 0
MPV School District now has electricity on at all campuses. We will resume on-site learning tomorrow, May 6, 2021. We look forward to seeing everyone. MPV sends thanks to all the power line workers and volunteers who have worked hard to restore our power and take care of the needs in our community.
School is dismissed Wednesday, May 5th in all MPV Schools due to continued power outages across the district. MPV apologizes for the late notice. It was hoped power would be back up this evening; however the power is still off and the District believes it is best for all concerned to continue with virtual assignments tomorrow. Assignments missed due to the lack of power for devices may may be made up on the day of return to on site instruction.
School is dismissed today at MPV Schools due to a power outage. We will pivot to a virtual day should power resume.