Monroe County Schools Superintendent Mark Porter has made the decision to resume school on a staggered start basis. This decision is based on the assessment of all schools, the continued improvement of necessary infrastructure and the readiness of various communities to support school reopening.
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Students: There is no parking in the grass in front of the school. There are still parking passes available for purchase in the CSH parking lot spaces. Applications are available in the front office.
For more information on the free meal plan opportunity for all students throughout the district and staggered start dates go to www.keysschools.com. Follow us on Facebook@MYMCSD, on Twitter @keysschools, and on Instagram @MYMCSD. Follow the Superintendent on Twitter @supt_porter.
For more information on the County’s emergency plan, please go to www.monroecountyem.com. We will update our website, www.keysschools.com and the Facebook page @mymcsd with any information related to schools over the course of the storm. Please make personal safety your top priority.
All extracurricular activities at Coral Shores are also cancelled until further notice.
Yearbooks are also on sale for $55 now through October. In October the price will increase to $65.
The US Coast Guard will be making deliveries by plane. Donations may be dropped off at the Coast Guard Station at Snake Creek. See the lists below for items needed.
Rescue Crews Need:
New Underwear Mostly Large and Extra Large
Packets of Laundry Soap
Body Wipes (scented and unscented)
Small bottles of Hand Sanitizer
Homemade Brownies and Cookies (no chocolate chips or frosting that can melt in the heat)
Coffee, coffee filters, cream, sugar
Boots and boot insoles
Flood Victims Need:
Non perishable food items
Packets of laundry soap
Body wipes (scented and unscented)
Small bottles of hand sanitizer
USCG Islamorada will continue to collect items for flood rescue crews and victims until Sept. 15, and then reassess.
For more information:
BM1 John Fleming
USCG Sta. Islamorada
Operations Petty Officer
Stop by the office between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.to register new students. Sometimes it can take a while to get all of the records needed to create a schedule, so the earlier you register, the better. Access the Student Registration link on the left for details, or click the icon to download the registration packet.
Reflections Around Campus
Waugh is partners in the Peaceful Palms Resort and Little Basin Villas, with Allen Wood and Bruce McClenithan seen here pictured with CSHS Athletic Trainer, Gabe Campa and Athletic Director, Rich Russell. Russell stated that Waugh worked through Wood and McClenithan to address some significant needs in obtaining athletic tapes, supports, braces, and CryoMAX Cold Packs for the athletic program. Russell went on to say that Wood and McClenithan, owners of Forest Tek Lumber, have been major donors to Coral Shores every year since they opened their business.
“Allen and Bruce are both Coral Shores grads; neither have ever forgotten their alma mater. We are certainly indebted to them for their continued support and we greatly appreciate them directing Mr. Waugh toward our needs.” offered Russell.
Student Webmasters & Photographers Wanted
Special thanks to student webmasters Miguel Quezada, Tyler Arnold, Grace Matthews, Alejandro Tovar-Morales, Sophie Williams and Jacob Webb, and photographers Lillie Carter, Barbara Mendez and Angel Kelley for their help on our CSHS website! These students can now list webmasters and photographers on their resumes when applying to college or a trade school.
Students who are interested in helping with our school website may contact Mrs. Britton in Room 2-201, email: Linda.Britton@keysschools.com or call x56342. Please email any great photos and join our staff!