District News
FFA officers selected for 2015-16
The new officers for this year's FFA are shown in the attached photo. Click the read more link to view the picture. Front row: Chris Young, Kayle Mast, 2nd row sitting from left: Kelsi Lingerfelt, Sarah Depugh, Elizabeth MacDowell, Madeline Manning, 3rd row from left: Alexis Zaweski, Aili Gardner, Dillan Rice, back row from left: Morgan Hunter, Jacob Petee, Colleen Finney. 
Welcome back: A message from Superintendent Dettwiller
There's nothing like the first day of school. There's always a lot of excitement and nervous anticipation in the air. We are all eager to see the faces of returning students and staff and welcome all of the new ones into our great family. Be sure to stay close to our website; we will post lots of important information along the way. Here's to a great year in M-P where we strive for excellence in all we do. Welcome home!
Traffic patterns and building hours for 2015-16
A new traffic pattern for buses at the Intermediate Building will help improve safety and efficiency. Elementary and Intermediate parent pick-up and drop-off zones will remain the same.

However, while we understand children need to stay after school from time-to-time to work with their teachers, parking to pick up students from the office is prohibited between 2:45-3:20 p.m. for safety reasons. Students also are prohibited from walking through the lot to find a parked car.

Please click here to view the new route. You will also notice we made minor modifications to the parking lot as part of the change and added more spaces to accommodate visitors during the various events we host.

The student day will begin at 7:45 a.m. and conclude at 2:50 p.m. Please note the following operating hours for our buildings:
  • Elementary and Intermediate doors open at 7:35 a.m.
  • High School and Junior High doors will open at 7:30 a.m.
Hunger Pains? No need!
Why start the day with a growling stomach? Come to school breakfast; everyone is welcome. Click here for more information.

What's in your lunch?
The mechanics of buying school lunches haven’t changed much over the years: pick up a tray, move through the line, eat and get on with the day, but thanks to the 2010 Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, students now see more whole grains, low-fat milk, fresh fruits, and a wider variety of vegetables on their trays.  
M-P offers expertise about right-sizing
Director of Technology Joe Penney shares his expertise with the state's leading professional organization for school business personnel about technology in the classroom and how to "right-size" purchases. Read more here in the Ohio Association of School Business Official's quarterly publication "sbo.". 
Share your thoughts: Proposed changes to school day discussion
Several people have reached out to Superintendent Tim Dettwiller about the proposed changes to the school day the Board of Education is currently discussing. As part of our effort to share information with the community and to involve as many people as possible, we've created a forum on our website to have an ongoing dialogue. Click on the button at the right to Join the Conversation or click on the Superintendent's message to the left. We believe the community should be active in the important decisions we make as we strive for Excellence in All We Do!
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