Our Elementary Scholastic Book Fair is taking place online and will continue through Sunday, May 16th! For every item sold, MMCSD receives 25% of the proceeds which will benefit our school Library! Click on the following link to explore an expanded selection of exclusives, new releases, value packs, and more: https://bit.ly/3teWsvl. All orders ship directly to your home and book orders of over $25 ship free. Thank you for instilling a love of reading in your child(ren) and supporting our Book Fair!
Several MMSCD students interested in learning about a career in Law Enforcement attended an excellent lunch and learn opportunity! Our very own School Resource Deputy, Mr. Butterbrodt, gave an interactive presentation and answered questions the students had about the many options in this field of work. Thank you, Deputy Butterbrodt!!
The following students received the Mount Morris Elementary School PRIDE Award for showing cooperation during the month of March: Parker Bartholomay, Evelyn Chemelli, Mercedez Colon, Anabel Cordova, Naneyshka Cruz, Chase D'Agostino, Yesianiz De Jesus Reyes, Tyler Gilbride, Chloe Gilg, Jack Johnson, Jonah Kelley, Joelyanis Ortiz Vega, Kiera Piper, Avery Privitera, Justin Rodriguez Lopez, Mason Semmel-Fuller, Chace Thiele, Adam Vazquez Rivera, Jemma Waite and Nolan Yencer. If you see any of these students please congratulate them!! Next month our PRIDE word is commitment. Please talk to your child about the importance of dedicating yourself to other people, a cause or activity. Congratulations, students!
Congratulations to our Junior High and Senior High Student of the Month Award Winners for March!!
Our Student Council is excited to reveal their online store! You can purchase Mount Morris apparel and blankets. Check out the different designs below! Proceeds benefit the High School Student Council. Click on the following link to visit the store: http://bit.ly/3cPT2cd
The Mount Morris PTSA is excited to present a basket raffle for a chance to win some amazing items! Purchases support their mission of helping children and teachers at Mount Morris Central School District. See details and purchase options at the following link: https://bit.ly/3bTm1g6. The drawing will be held on April 16th.
There are just two days left to help raise money for the Mount Morris Class of 2025 and 2026! We appreciate all the support we have already been given and we are so close to reaching our goal of $8,000.00!! Purchases can be made online at http://bit.ly/3sOPTjh and will ship directly to your home!
Don’t miss out! Only 1 week left to help raise money for the Mount Morris Class of 2025 and 2026! Purchases can be made online at http://bit.ly/3sOPTjh and will ship directly to your home!
We honored two student-athletes during our Varsity Boys Basketball Senior Recognition Night: Justin Kemp and Jacob Rodriquez. Justin plans to attend Monroe Community College to study Culinary Arts. His favorite athletic memory is when he made a 3-pointer at the buzz just before halftime during the first round of sectionals last year. Justin would like to thank his grandfather for always supporting him. Jacob plans to attend Genesee Community College to study Criminal Justice. His greatest athletic memories are all from being part of the Mount Morris family. Congratulations, Seniors!!
Check out today’s print edition of the Livingston County News! MMCSD’s very own student-athletes, Sierra and Stephen Somers, were both named Athlete of the Week!! Congratulations, Sierra and Stephen!!!
Mount Morris Junior high is currently selling popcorn to help raise money for the class of 2025 and the class of 2026! Purchases can be made online at http://bit.ly/3sOPTjh and will ship directly to your home! #MMPRIDE
Congratulations to our Junior High and Senior High Student of the Month Award Winners for February!!
In celebration of National Read Across America Week, Mount Morris Elementary is taking extra time to Stop, Drop and Read each day! Students choose a favorite book and enjoy extra reading time in the morning and again in the afternoon. Did you know that reading actually increases your brain power? Check out these interesting facts about reading in the image below!
At our PRIDE Assembly, the following students received the Mount Morris Elementary School PRIDE Award for being a good friend: Colten Barnhart, Karissa Bergeron, Sarah Bump, Angel Caceres Pou, Collin Curry, Paisley Diliberto, Teaghan Gilg, Yailuanis Gonzalez Corretjer, Owen Guillod, Kellin Hilbert, Konnor Hyde, Allison LaGeorge, Alysah McQuoid, David Melendez Garcia, Gryphon Menard, Emelia Michaels, Jadean Ramirez Agosto, Victoria Ramirez, Anabelle Sanderson and Wyatt Willett. If you see any of these students please congratulate them!! Next month our PRIDE word is cooperation. Please talk to your child about the importance of working together with others. We are always so proud of all our students!
We honored four student-athletes during our Varsity Girls Basketball Senior Recognition Night: Mary Rose Cautivo, Izzy Chesnes, Edmee Lopez Crespo and Liz Young. Mary Rose plans to enlist in the Marine Corps and pursue her love of public service. She has filled her time here at Mount Morris participating in numerous prestigious extracurricular clubs including the National Honor Society. Izzy plans to attend FLCC for Child Care Education and is interested in being on the basketball and soccer teams while at college. One of her favorite athletic memories is making a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer last year during a home game. Edmee is currently working at the Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation and plans to attend college to study Criminal Justice. She would like to thank her mom and dad for the endless support they have given her and for teaching her to never give up. She will miss the games and having practice with her team and would like to thank all the girls for allowing her to lead them and play alongside them. Liz plans to get her CNA and work for the State. Her greatest memories here at MMCSD are being able to play basketball with such great teammates. Congratulations, Seniors!!
These champions to vie for regional spelling bee title, wrote Ben Beagle of the Livingston County News. Click on the following link to read the LCN article: http://bit.ly/301DtIM At Mount Morris Central School District, we are proud to have two students, Robert Lonsberry (7th grade) and Warren Palermo (6th grade), participating in this year’s Scripps Western New York Regional Spelling Bee! Robert and Warren are two of 10 regional finalists, with school districts ranging from Bolivar Richburg to Williamsville. On March 6th, an online test will be administered which will determine the finalist who will represent all of Western New York at the National Spelling Bee. Congratulations, Robert and Warren! Good luck, spellers!!
On Saturday, February 20, 2021 two new school records were set by Sierra Somers of the Mount Morris Varsity Girls basketball team in a game against Pavilion!! Sierra tied the Mount Morris school record for most 3-pointers in a game with a total of 7 3-pointers! In the first 4 games of the 2020-21 basketball season, she has made 20 3-pointers which is not a school record category, but is extremely remarkable. Sierra also set our school record for most points scored in a single game with 33 points!!! Our Athletic Records for all sports can be viewed on our school website at: https://www.mtmorriscsd.org/page/athletic-records. Congratulations, Sierra!!!!
On behalf of the Mount Morris Chapter of the National Honor Society, we welcome you to view our virtual National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. We are proud to announce our ten new members: Juniors: Jye Crocker and Nicole Martell-Dale, Sophomores: Maria Caceres Pou, Leah Gehrig, Anna Johnson, Anna Lin, Chloe Mike, Emily Mike, Ethan Provino and Melania VanAernam. Click on the following link to watch our ceremony video: http://bit.ly/3sl3D50. Congratulations, Inductees!!
Attention JH/SH students! There will be a Modified and Varsity Competitive Cheer meeting on Monday February 22nd at 2:20 pm in the auditorium. If you choose to attend, you are required to follow social distancing and mask protocols. The Varsity Cheer season will begin on Monday, March 1st, and the modified cheer season will begin on Monday, March 15th.
There will be no school Monday, February 15th through Friday, February 19th for Presidents Day Recess. Enjoy your time off! We look forward to seeing you all back on Monday, February 22nd!