Superintendent Jennifer Covington photograph
Sup. Jennifer Covington

As we move into the second half of what has been an unprecedented school year, Murray City School District is grateful for our students, employees, families and community. Yes, we have all been working through some challenging circumstances this school year; circumstances we would not have chosen.

Despite this adversity, MCSD has not just survived, it has persevered with strength and boldness. The resilience and support from so many have not gone unnoticed. In a school year that has been challenging, there are still many things to be grateful for.  We are especially grateful for the gifts of time and resources given to our students, our staff, and the district. It is those acts of kindness and commitment, small and large, which move us forward despite obstacles and challenges. Thank you!

There are many upcoming events and activities that our school community is looking forward to during the second half of our school year.  We would encourage everyone to continue to do their part in following the public health guidelines set forth.  Continuing to do so will give us a better chance at being able to hold these events and activities in some form.

We are currently in the season of inclement weather.  If schools are not able to operate due to weather conditions, MCSD will pivot to remote learning for the day.  This remote learning will start two hours later than the normal in-person schedule to give our teachers time to prepare and upload lessons.  Every effort will be made to notify schools before the workday ends (the day before) if there is a possibility of school closure (100% remote learning) so teachers and students may prepare.  Please visit our protocols here.

We look forward to finishing our school year strong.  Thank you for your continued support of your Murray Schools!