CCSD Quick Help Guide
CCSD has created a Quick Help Guide to assist parents and students – it is available by clicking the button below:
Videos, guides, and handouts about Canvas, Google, MAP Assessment, and other distance education topics are available for parents/guardians on the Family and Community Engagement Services (FACES) website and in the PDF available below.
Each month parents have an opportunity to meet, informally, with the school principal to discuss a variety of issues facing Mannion Middle School. Meetings take place in the evening so more parents are able to attend and due to current COVID-19 restrictions, PAC meetings are being held virtually.
Student safety is a priority at Mannion Middle School. Immediate and contemporary information regarding student safety will be shared through Parentlink, so please make sure your e-mail address is updated in Infinite Campus. For those parents without an e-mail address, student safety information will also be shared through the school’s website under “Recent News.”
5th Grade Parents looking to better understand the transition to 6th Grade are encouraged to view the below PowerPoint presentation (in PDF) designed to address many of the challenges and concerns students face as they transition to middle school.
The level of collaboration between families and educators is an important predictor of student academic achievement. There are a number of ways you can be an active partner with Mannion Middle School, outlined in the CCSD document available (in both English and Spanish) below:
Most concerns can be solved informally with communication and input from the parent, teacher, and/or principal. CCSD strongly encourages this method of resolution, but when a resolution cannot be effectively achieved informally, a Public Concern Form may be submitted to the district.
CCSD Regulation 4100, Relationships, Interactions, and Communications Between District Employees/Representatives and Students, requires that CCSD employees and representatives who engage in electronic communications with students must provide information about responsible digital citizenship. These resources are available here.
Mannion Middle School does not permit student deliveries during instructional time. Only academic items critical to the day’s instruction will be accepted for delivery. Lunches may also be dropped off for students, but parents are not permitted to join their children for lunch in the cafeteria.