Greetings Miles City School District Families:
The board of trustees met last evening to review the Safe and Healthy Reopening Plan for Miles City Schools and to review Emergency Policy 1905 as it relates to masks or facial coverings.
At this time, the board has voted to continue the requirement of masks or face coverings during school hours and at school activities both during and outside of school hours. As always, we continue to put our students and staff at the forefront of our decision making. Masks will allow us to continue to operate in TIER 2 of our reopening plan with less risk of moving into TIER 3 because of staff shortages or over-populated remote classrooms. Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.
Superintendent Meghan Brown
Miles City Schools - Special Board Meeting
Tuesday, February 16th
Miles City Schools is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Friday, January 15th marked the end of the 1st semester for Miles City Public Schools. In a year of many unknowns, one thing is for certain:
Miles City's schools have GREAT people working for them!
Scroll through this document to check out the current and past recognized staff members:
Miles City Unified Board of Trustees: Insurance Committee Meeting
Wednesday, January 13th, 2021
MCUSD Administration Board Room
Miles City, MT
Due to COVID-19 public health concerns and the resulting Governor’s emergency declaration,
3/29/30 Stay-At-Home Order, and social distancing restrictions, a group of 25 people or less is
able to attending the meeting. The meeting will also be conducted by electronic means.
Members of the public will be able to observe and participate in the January Insurance Meeting virtually via Zoom which will be active once the meeting has started:
Seitz Insurance is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting:
Good afternoon Miles City Unified School District families and thank you for taking the time to listen to this important information. The district was notified by OneHealth on Sunday, October 4th that a student who attends CCDHS had tested positive for COVID-19.
The district has been working with OneHealth in the investigation and contact tracing process, and as of Sunday evening, that process was completed. Precautions taken as part of the district’s “Safe and Healthy Reopening Plan,” including wearing masks, a block schedule, assigned seating, social distancing, and cleaning and disinfecting frequently, either contributed to expediting the contact tracing process, limited the potential exposure, or both.
Students and staff who may have been exposed to the positive case have been contacted by OneHealth. If you were not contacted, no news means good news.
This positive case marks the 2nd affecting a district student since the opening of the 20-21 school year on August 31st. We feel fortunate to have made it to October with only these two confirmed positives. As a school community, we are committed to doing our part to keep our doors open, our kids and staff safe and well, and to providing opportunities for our students. We can all do our part by:
If you or your student experiences any of the symptoms of COVID, please contact your healthcare provider for help determining if testing is recommended and next steps you should take.
The district continues to be in frequent communication with OneHealth and relies on their guidance during this difficult season. Please contact your home school, the district office, or your healthcare provider with questions. Stay safe and well.
Meghan Brown - Superintendent