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  • Reminder: Stay Home if You are Sick

    Just a reminder to parents, students and staff: the school district is no longer performing Covid contact tracing, so it is very important for us all to pay close attention to our own health and safety. If you are feeling sick stay home until you are feeling better. If symptoms persist, please see a medical professional. We must all work together to stop the spread of Covid in our schools and staying home ensures you do not infect others. Thank you!

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  • Back to School Update and Information

    Monroe County School District will continue to remain in compliance with the most recent Emergency Rule issued by the State of Florida Surgeon General. We will NOT be following the CDC guidance, as the Emergency Rule supersedes all county and CDC guidelines. Masks are strongly encouraged for all students and staff. Important Note: Community members who are visitors to our campuses are expected to be in compliance with the guidance issued by the health department and wear masks in district buildings.Our school policies for students and staff remain in place and can be found by clicking the link below.

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  • Free and Reduced Lunch Application!

    Filling out the School Lunch Benefits Application this year will help to determine the amount of funding that the state allocates to Title I and Internet Connection Rates for the School District next year.

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  • School Board votes to make masks optional

    The Monroe County School Board voted to suspend their current mask policy and instate optional masking throughout the district for teachers, staff and students. This new policy requires a discussion with the Monroe County Teachers’ Union who negotiate for both teachers and school related personnel. The district will endeavor to meet with them as soon as possible to discuss how to implement the Board’s direction. Although that meeting will provide additional procedural methods of implementation, the Board’s decision takes effect immediately.

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Weekly Newsletter May 23rd-27th

SSE Announcements and School News

  • The 2022 Switlik Yearbooks have arrived!

    The 2022 Switlik Yearbooks have arrived! Students that have prepaid for yearbooks will be receiving them this week! If you would like to purchase a yearbook, there are a limited number available for sale via RevTrac (online cashless system) only @ $25.00.

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  • SSE Students Earn ICT Computer Certificates

    Stanley Switlik Elementary students are learning valuable computer skills, while earning cash incentives from COMPUTE$. Students in Ms. Jesika Ban’s “What I Need (WIN)” enrichment class have earned the most industry certifications earned of all of the elementary schools in the district. MCSD elementary and middle school students can certify in up to ten Information, Communication and Media Technology (ICT) digital tools which prepare them for the safe use of technology, while learning the fundamental of computers and their functionality. COMPUTE$ and SKILL$ incentives range from $50 to $500 depending on the difficulty of the certification exam. Golden Fleece, the foundation which sponsors the two programs, has pledged over $100,000 in incentives this year to students earning industry certifications in grades 4-12. The program has contributed to the exponential growth of students taking computer science courses in Monroe County for the past 7 years and recently expanded its incentives to include additional Career & Technical Education certifications, in fields such as culinary, marketing, and auto mechanics.

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  • Open Enrollment for Head Start begins on April 1st!

    Head Start Open Enrollment for the 2022-2023 school is accepting applications! Will your child be 3 or 4 years of age on or before September 1st? Head Start Program Is Accepting Applications! Open enrollment starts April 1st! Give your child a HEAD START! CALL TODAY! (Se habla español) Stanley Switlik Elementary, call Isabel Vargas (305) 289-2490 x 59309

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  • It's Time to Order Your 2021-2022 Yearbook!

    It's time to order the 2021-2022 Yearbook! Order forms will be sent home this week with your child.

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  • Keys AHEC Pediatric Mobile Dental Unit

    We are excited to announce that AHEC will be providing services across the district from their new mobile Dental Van! Parents must call to make an appointment. The information and schedule of locations is on the flyers attached.

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  • Impact Aid 2021-2022

    The Monroe County Schools are entitled to certain federal monies if either mother, father, or guardian of the student is employed on certain Federal Properties is on active full-time duty in the Uniformed Services if they live in a federal housing project or any combination of these requirements. Please fill out the student information on the Impact Aid Form available to you on the Parent/guardian portal through FOCUS. The Parent Portal registration and log in information is located here on our website.

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  • Community Resources Survey from Florida Keys Healthy Start Coalition

    Our islands are beautiful; however, resources can be scarce at times. By taking this 5 MINUTE survey, you can help the Florida Keys Healthy Start Coalition determine what resources families need and help them tailor services to best meet those needs. The survey is completely anonymous. Thank you for sharing your voice! Please click learn more to access the link for the survey

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  • Free and Reduced Lunch Application 2021

    Important! Please click on the link below to access the school lunch application by February 5th for a chance to WIN a Family Sized Prize! Help us by filling out the application!

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  • Thank you United Way of Collier and The Florida Keys

    🌟THANK YOU UNITED WAY! 🌟 The SSE staff would like to thank Leah Stockton from United Way of Collier and the Keys, Trich Worthington from First Horizon Bank, and Miranda Hendrix from Publix for their Stuff the Bus donation of gift cards for both Amazon and Publix to support school supplies and school-wide events.

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  • Square 1 Art

    🎨⭐Square 1 Art is in progress! This is our only Art fundraiser and given the cost of art supplies, which get used up quickly, it helps to stay stocked up for the year. Student artwork was recently created/submitted and is being scanned into the computer now. The 2021-22 catalogs and sticker sheets will be forthcoming and then it will be time to order for your family and friends! There are some cool new items available this year.

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  • MCSD STEM Fair 2021

    Do you have questions about MCSD STEM Fair? Please visit our Webpage by clicking the image above!

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  • Dolphin Pride!

    The Community Foundation of the Middle Keys recently awarded both Stanley Switlik and Marathon Middle High School with $1,000 in funds to support the prizes that individual students receive for earning this prestigious award. This is an open grant and donors can contribute at any time- just note Dolphin Pride in the notes area. The foundation will double any donations.

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  • Switlik Celebrates 50 years!

    Switlik is Celebrating 50 years! Come join the celebration!

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  • PBIS Model School 2021-2022

    We have been recognized by the FLPBIS Project as a 2020-2021 PBIS Model School! Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) is a school-wide framework that, according to national research, enhances student quality of life and reduces problem behaviors. By establishing this framework, we are developing skills, making changes to the school environment, acknowledging appropriate behavior, and using data to identify supports for our students. As a PBIS Model School, we are committed to the effective implementation of PBIS and are seeking positive and equitable outcomes for all students!

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  • COVID Vaccine Information

    The Monroe County Health Department is working to procure doses of the Pfizer vaccine to vaccinate all interested Monroe County youth ages 12 and up. If you have a child ages 12 and older, please complete this survey by August 20 to provide information on the interest in getting vaccinations for school age children. https://tinyurl.com/kayzm7t6

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  • School Supply Information for the 2021-2022 School Year

    Before we know it, the 2021-2022 school year will be here and teachers and staff have already begun planning. Just like last year, we want to provide an opportunity to remove the obstacles of school supply shopping for our families. Parents have the option to have school supplies provided for the entire school year for $20.00 per student. This will include all crayons, pencils, markers, glue, etc., that are on the usual ‘Supply List’. Each student would only be responsible for bringing a backpack and lunchbox (if needed). Everything else will be waiting in the classroom. The Monroe County School District is now conveniently accepting online payments. Please scan the QR Code below to pay for the supplies for the appropriate grade level your child will attend. Please call the office at 305.289.2490 if you have any questions. Thank you!

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  • 2021-2022 Head Start and VPK Open Enrollment

    Will your child be 3 or 4 years of age on or Before September 1st? Head Start Enrollment *Stanley Switlik Head Start Program Is Accepting Applications for the School year 2021-2022 Applications are available at the front office and/or online

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  • 2021-2022 Kindergarten Registration

    It's that time of Year to register your Kindergarten student for the 2021-2022 School Year! Registration information is available in the attached links.

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  • 2020-2021 School Supply Information

    📕✏️🖍✂️2020-2021 School Supply Information📕✏️🖍✂️ Please see the flyer below to purchase your child's supplies for the upcoming school year! The supply fee is only for students in grades K-5th

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