COVID-19 Update and Resources

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in virtual learning.
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2020-21 Status:

All Grades to Use Blended Model Approach

The Board of Education unanimously approved at its regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 8 having students in grades 5-12 who are in the Universal instructional model return to school buildings in the next few weeks.

The School Board unanimously approved having all PK-4th grade students who are in the Universal instructional model return to school buildings on Monday, Dec. 21.

Elementary school students in the Universal instructional model returned to school buildings starting on Feb. 1. More than 2,000 elementary students returned to school buildings for the first time during the 2020-21 school year last week.

Middle school students in the Universal instructional model are scheduled to return to school buildings on Feb. 22, while high school students in that model are scheduled to return to school buildings on March 11. Students who requested to be in the Fully Virtual model will continue to access all of their instruction online.

Students at each level have been assigned to one of two cohorts, with Cohort 1 scheduled to attend in-person on Monday and Tuesday and Cohort 2 scheduled to attend in-person on Thursday and Friday. Students will access virtual asynchronous instruction on the days they aren't in school buildings.

Students in the 4K Universal model are split into two cohorts, morning and afternoon. 4K Students attend in-person school on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Fifth-grade orientation will take place on Feb. 18-19, while ninth-grade orientation will take place March 4-5. Each orientation will take place in schools.

MCPASD Board of Education Meeting District Update 01/25/21

MCPASD Health services - Covid Prevention and Response Documents

Download this document to view resources
from the MCPASD Health Services Department



Safety Protocols in Place Video

View a video on the Safety Protocols in place throughout the District.  This video focuses on Health guidelines, as well as safety protocols in place at Sauk Trail, Northside and transportation . (30 minutes in length)

Instructional Model Comparison


Link to this page to see a comparison of the instructional models offered to students..


The page includes a chart with active (within the past 14 days) and total staff cases, separated by isolation and self-quarantine and an explanation of each. It is broken down by building.




Blended Model Instructional Planning Update: Board Presentation 01/11/21
Presented Jan. 11, 2021


PK-12 Blended Model Plan and Implementation Timeline: Board Presentation 12/21/20
Presented Dec. 21 2020


Pandemic Planning Update : Nov. 16, 2020 BOE Meeting

MCPASD Survey Results : Nov. 16, 2020 BOE Meeting

Pandemic Planning Update : Nov. 9, 2020 BOE Meeting

An Analysis of Blended Models of Instruction  - Nov. 9, 2020 BOE Meeting


Helpful LInks

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Set up a MyPayments Plus Account

Help with Parent Portal

Help with changing info in Campus Portal 


Viewing Virtual Dates


Family Emails

Youtube (MCPASD-TV)






Distance Learning Family Resources

This website includes tips to help elementary families navigate through virtual learning including:

  • Setting up your learning space

  • Using the three R's of teaching language

  • Suggested supports to deal with aggression, defiance, disrespect, emotions, impulsivity, inappropriate language, listening skills, low motivation, sadness, social connections, work completion and worrying.

  • Virtual library for read along books



Elementary Learning Resources

Visit this website to as a resource for learning support.  

Secondary Learning Resources

Visit this website to as a resource for learning support. 



Student Services staff are here for you.  If you would like to talk to a Student Services staff member about your child’s social-emotional wellbeing, a mental health issue, or any challenge you're experiencing, please contact your school staff.

Click on your school below to view your student support staff.  

Elm Lawn  West Middleton
Northside Glacier Creek
Pope Farm Kromrey
Sauk Trail Middleton High School
Sunset Ridge Clark Street Community School

Elementary Social/ Emotional Resources

This website contains numerous resources 

  • Talking about to kids about Covid-19
  • Social Emotional Learning Resources
  • Distance Learning Support