Return to School
This video provides information on nutrition, transportation, social distancing guidelines, sanitation, and other vital information as we reopen schools.
*While this video references Pre-K, Kindergarten, Special Needs students, and English Learners, all of our safety measures, guidelines, and procedures still apply as we bring back grades 3-8 and high school students who selected hybrid instruction.*
- Pre-K, Kindergarten, Special Needs students, and English Learners return March 8, 2021.
- Grades 3-8 and high school students who selected hybrid instruction on the February survey return April 12, 2021.
Beginning Monday, April 12, 2021, Martinsville City Public Schools will be expanding their in-person instruction to those families with students in:
-Grades 3 through 8 whose families selected hybrid instruction on the survey in February.
-Identified high school students who selected hybrid instruction on the survey in February.
These students will have in-person learning on Mondays and Tuesdays and asynchronous learning on Wednesdays through Fridays. These families have been contacted by the schools, and transportation will be provided based on the information provided by parents/guardians.
Plan for Reopening Schools
Joining a Zoom Call
MCPS Health Plan
Meal Delivery Service
During MCPS reopening phases, all students enrolled in Martinsville City Public Schools are eligible to receive free meals through our bus route delivery or curbside pickup meal service program. Multiple meals are served on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week. Adults may purchase a lunch meal for $4.50. (Please use correct change). Curb service has moved to Patrick Henry Elementary. No curb service at Martinsville High School.