COVID-19 SSCS Task Force

Prior to the 2020-2021 school year, the South Suburban Christian Schools (Byron, Dutton, Legacy, Moline, and South Christian) developed a task force to provide our schools with guiding principles for reopening safely this fall.  From those guiding principles, each school further developed handbooks for their campus based on individual school size, situation, and geographical location.  


In August, based on guidelines and procedures that aligned with Michigan's Safe Start initiative as well as suggested guidelines from our MCS task force, Moline Christian School's school board approved plans to reopen our campus on time.  We have rigorous cleaning and mask policies in place, distance as best we can, and utilize outdoor learning areas whenever possible.  We celebrate that our students and staff are adhering to this challenge with positive attitudes and grace.  


No matter what our plans are in this area, we know that our God is greater and will see us through it.  We commit to this theme for this school year and follow His leading through 1 Chronicles 29:11.    



Yours, Lord, is the greatness and the power

and the glory and the majesty and the splendor,

for everything in heaven and earth is yours.  

Yours, Lord, is the kingdom;

you are exalted as head over all.  


1 Chronicles 29:11                    

Internet Use

Moline Christian School has the following practices and policies in place so that the school is compliant with current federal CIPA (Children's Internet Protection Act) requirements.  

  • An internet filtering device is installed on the school network, ensuring that appropriate and dangerous content is not accessible to students, volunteers, or staff members.  We are also able to filter school devices that are being used remotely.  

  • Students, volunteers, and staff members are required to review and agree to guidelines explained in our school's Technology Acceptable Use agreements each year.  This agreement describes expected and appropriate behavior for the use of school technology.  

  • Teachers in grades K-8th provide instruction to all students on relevant Internet safety topics each year, and these topics are discussed and reviewed throughout the school year.  

emergency preparedness drills

To prepare our students and staff in the event of an emergency situation, we routinely administer fire, tornado, and lock-down drills on our campus.


Full-time and contracted staff also receive training every other year in administering CPR and using an AED.


2020-2021

Fire Drill - Thursday, September 14, at 10:10 AM

Lockdown Drill - Monday, September 21, at 2:00 PM

Fire Drill - Friday, October 2, at 9:00 AM

Tornado Drill - Tuesday, October 20, at 10:45 AM

Lockdown Drill - Wednesday, November 4, at 9:40 AM

Fire Drill - Monday, November 16, at 1:30 PM


Drill Schedule for 2019-20 School Year

Drill Schedule for 2018-19 School Year

Drill Schedule for 2017-18 School Year