MCSD Announces New Mobile App

Posted 10/5/21

On Monday, Martin County School District announced its new mobile app that replaces all previous versions operated by individual schools and the school district.

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MCSD Announces New Mobile App

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On Monday, Martin County School District announced its new app for all mobile devices. It is everything about MCSD in one place: staff directories, events, news, alerts, documentation and more. The app brings connection to the school district to your fingertips.

It provides "in-your-pocket," access to events, news, menus, emergency notifications, the COVID dashboard and quarantine information. In addition, the “feed” gives news from around the district and the nation. For example, today, Oct. 5, is “World Teachers Day.” Consequently, MCSD celebrates Martin County educators and their commitment to educating “all students for success.”

Under “notifications,” currently, parents are reminded about individual score reports being sent home this week. Also, high schoolers and their parents/guardians are reminded of a virtual webinar on college and career planning hosted by the college board on Oct. 7 at 6-7 p.m.

The events tab lists upcoming events:

• Oct. 5 – School Board Workshop, Oct. 9 – Martin County High School Homecoming,

• Oct. 15 – End of first nine weeks and much more. The app mirrors the MCSD website in many respects, but the in-hand accessibility is beneficial.

The school district said the app is replacing all previous versions operated by the school district or individual schools. The app is available at Google Play and the Apple App Store for free. Simply search for “Martin County Schools, FL” in either store to download.

The app became available on Oct. 4.

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