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Emergency Preparedness Drill

Dear Madison-Plains Parents and Guardians,

Greetings!  As you are aware, safety and security is our top priority at Madison-Plains Local Schools.  With that in mind, we wanted to let you know that today, Tuesday, April 16, 2019, we conducted lock-down drills on campus to help us review, practice, and enhance our emergency preparedness procedures.  Again, today’s exercise was only a drill.  

These drills are required by law, and we will continue to practice our emergency preparedness for other scenarios throughout the remainder of the year.  

As always, we are pleased to partner with you, and we will continue to work to communicate clearly and effectively with you at all times.  

Again, because student and staff safety is our top priority, we conducted today’s drill in order to practice our emergency procedures.

Thank you for your support!

Have a wonderful day!

Go Eagles!


Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local Schools

Junior High students pose with musical instruments

Junior High Music Earns Top Notes

On Saturday, April 13, 26 junior high music students participated in the OMEA Junior High Solo and Ensemble contest at Central Crossing High School. They prepared and chose music from outside of class and performed in a variety of small groups and solos. Our students were highly successful earning 5 Superior ratings, 5 Excellent, and 3 Good. Congratulations to these students! More +
Isaac - Rotary Student of the Month for April

April Student of the Month

Congratulations Isaac on being named the Rotary Club MPHS Student of the Month! You have made us proud! 
Weather Announcement

Weather Announcement

Dear Madison-Plains Parents and Guardians,

Good morning!  Shortly before 9 o'clock this morning, we received word of a tornado warning in the area.  We did pause state testing and had our students and staff move to appropriate shelter-in-place locations in the buildings.  While we did that, we monitored the weather.  The tornado warning was for Clark County and expired at 9:00 a.m.  Once we felt comfortable that it was safe to resume normal activities, we had students and staff resume normal procedures.  Please know everyone is safe.  
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Country Scene in Music Class

Country Scene

Mrs. Oravec decided she needed a country scene to liven up the music classroom. Thank you to Landon Fletcher, Madison Osborne, Blaze Baker, Holly Schiering, and Kiarra McLavin from Mrs. Ernst's 6th grade class for giving up their recess to draw this beautiful country scene. The students in the K6 building have really enjoyed the music art!
Immunization Information

Immunization Information

Please check out the immunization requirements for the current 6th and 11th graders for next school year. More +

State of Ohio Releases Local Report Cards

September 13, 2018

Dear Madison-Plains Community,

As you may be aware, the state of Ohio Local Report Cards came out today from the Ohio Department of Education.  Similar to a report card that a student receives, this report card provides us with important information about how we are doing as a school district.  There are grades and items on the report card that we are pleased with and demonstrate that we are making improvements. One area that we are pleased with is “Gap Closing.”  On that item, we went from a grade of “F” last year to a grade of “B” this year. “Gap Closing” measures how well we close the learning gaps among groups of students in English, math, and graduation rate.  We also continue to perform well in helping struggling readers to make significant gains in their reading abilities.  

There are areas, however, where we recognize we have opportunities for growth and improvement.  We continue to struggle, as do many districts, in the area of “Prepared for Success.” This component measures how well prepared students are for future opportunities.  It uses factors such as ACT/SAT scores, the number of students earning an Honors Diploma, and how many students earn an industry-recognized credential.  

Please know that it is our desire to demonstrate excellence in all areas of our work -- those areas reflected on the report card and also in those areas of our work not measured on the report card.  We embrace the challenge of continuing our work and striving to improve our performance and pursue excellence.

We invite you to look at both the Local Report Card and our Madison-Plains Quality Profile Report.  If you look at the items to the left of this post, there is an item called the "Quality Profile Report." I encourage you to read through that, as it provides a larger view of the work we do with students. The Quality Profile Report also includes links to our Local Report Card so that you can see that information, as well.

On behalf of the Board of Education, administration, faculty, and staff, please know that we will continue our efforts so that our upward trend continues and Madison-Plains becomes a model for rural education.  

It is a pleasure to serve the students and the community of Madison-Plains!


Mr. Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local Schools

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