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School Closing Picture SCHOOL CLOSINGS AND DELAYS - HOW IS THE DECISION MADE
The winter season is upon us. Our district administration, faculty, and staff understand that our decision to open or close schools during inclement weather has a big effect on families. We also understand that our students are better served, both academically and socially, by being in school. But, as always, our top priority is the safety of our students.  Click  Read More... to further understand the school closing/delay process. 
Fall District Newsletter
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Click the District News Icon above to access the 2019 Fall Newsletter.
 
Access to Opportunity
MVCSD Board of Education hosted a Joint Board Meeting Monday, April 15, with MV City Council and Mount Vernon Nazarene University to discuss the collaborative Access To Opportunity.  Sam Barone, Executive Director of the Knox County Foundation; Brian Ball, City Engineer; Bill Seder,  MVCSD Superintendent; and James Smith, MVNU Vice President for University Relations all outlined the various parts of this historic venture. Video length 1h20m.  

Knox Alerts

Mount Vernon City Schools will continue to use “Knox Alerts” to notify parents and community members of school related issues. The Knox County Commissioner’s have graciously provided this alert system to school districts in Knox County. We believe the reliability and speed of the Knox Alerts system will greatly enhance our ability to communicate school news as well as school closings and delays in a more efficient and timely manner.
 
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Parents, this is a free service provided by Knox County.  Please click on the Knox County Alerts and sign up for this service.  Scroll to toward the bottom of the document to sign up for the Mount Vernon City School District Alerts.
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