Our Parents are our Partners
Parents are our closest partners at MCA. We recognize that a strong relationship and communication between, parents, teachers, and administrators is the key to success for our students. Find all your resources here.
- Our full policy guide for Parents and Students at MCA
Parent & Family Engagement Policy
Meeting the Needs of EC Students
MCA is committed to meeting the needs of all enrolled students. It will be our policy that every child have a fair and full opportunity to reach his or her full potential and that no child shall be excluded from appropriate educational offerings.
The EC department screens of all students referred by the School Support Team (SST.) The EC department develops educational plans and strategies for special needs students. The EC department will take every reasonable measure to prevent denials of equal educational opportunity on the basis of physical, emotional, or mental handicap; and will assure that the rights of students with special needs and Monroe Charter Academy and their parents or guardians are protected. The staff of MCA will be aware of students with an Individual Education Program (IEP) or a Section 504 Plan and make sure that all requirements are being met as prescribed. The IEP will be updated regularly and adjustments will be made to accommodate each student. An EC teacher, classroom teacher, parent, and administrator will be given proper notification and invited to attend all meetings. There will be ongoing assessments in classrooms to identify students with special needs. Students with a Section 504 Plan or identified as being eligible for a 504 plan will be offered accommodations and or services for the identified disability.
Accommodations and services for both IEP and 504 plans will include but not be limited to: modification of tests and assignments, supplemental textbooks, adjusted seating, use of study guides and organizational tools, preferential seating, modified recess and PE, and use of necessary health care procedures.
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Before and After School Care
Before School Care: Parents who are using our before school services will drop off students in grades K,1,2,3 at the main office building on 200 Tomberlin St no earlier than 6:30AM. Please fill out a Before School Care form below. Attendance will be taken and parents will be invoiced on a weekly basis. As stated in the handbook, there is a $5 a day fee for students utilizing before school care.
After School Care: Parents who are using our after school services will pick up students in grades K,1,2,3 at the main office building on 200 Tomberlin St. no later than 6:00PM. Please fill out an After School Care form below. Attendance will be taken and parents will be invoiced on a weekly basis. As stated in the handbook, there is a $7 a day fee for students utilizing after school care.
Registration Form: Download Here
School Supply Lists
Please see the final school supply list from our teachers below for each grade and art. We ask that parents purchase these items before school starts.
We understand that sometimes lunches are forgotten or left at home. If you realize a lunch is missing and would like to bring lunch to your child, please bring the lunch to the front office by 11:00am each school day. In order to minimize classroom disruptions and protect the time of faculty and staff, we cannot guarantee that teachers will check for missing student lunches and contact you prior to the start of the lunch period.
MCA will keep a limited amount of emergency lunches on hand. Because we want to make sure every child is fed during the school day, if a student does not come to the lunchroom with a lunch or pre-purchased hot lunch, an emergency lunch will be given. An emergency lunch consists of a Turkey Lunchable, 1 Granola-Bar, and maybe a juice box or bottled water. The cost of the lunch is $3.00 and all fees should be paid to the front office the next school day. You will be notified via email if an emergency lunch has been issued.