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Bus driver's flag donated back to MP
Board of Education President Kelly Cooley accepts a State of Ohio flag from Valerie Emrich. Mrs. Emrich is the daughter of Joe Emrich. Joe drove a Madison-Plains bus for many years and proudly flew the flag in front of his home in Madison County. Mrs. Emrich donated the flag so it could be flown in front of one the Madison-Plains school buildings. 
MPAC meets in Midway
The Madison-Plains Advisory Council will meet from 6-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 18 at the Range Township Fire Department, 13715 Main St., Midway. Superintendent Tim Dettwiller, board members and other administrators from the district will be on hand to discuss the PI Levy renewal on the Nov. 7 ballot. The meeting will be broadcast live on Facebook and community members can ask questions about the levy or other topics. 
Key Club celebrates Global Teacher's Day
The MP key club recently celebrated Global Teacher’s Day. The club showed its appreciation to the teachers by creating handmade cards. These cards were passed out to every teacher in honor of all they do for the student body. We would like to thank all of our teachers for everything they do! 
MP Marching Band named Grand Champion!
Congratulations to the Marching Band for their success at the OMEA Teays Valley OMEA Marching Contest.  The band won Best Guard and Best Percussion for Class B, 1st Place Band for Class B, and Grand Champion for Class B & C.  Their next contest is Saturday, October 14th at Dublin Jerome HS.   
MPHS Student wins first ever Youth Leader Award
MPHS student, Trinity Dotson, recently attended and participated in the OU Track at the Wright State Youth Leadership Summit and won the first ever Youth Leader Exceptional People Award for Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene and Madison Counties.  Trinity has a desire to do prevention work in adulthood.  Congratulations Trinity!  MP would also like to thank Mrs. Amanda Cordell for her work in coordinating our MMH program for our students.   
No change to transportation plan, school hours for 2017-18
The Board of Education tonight voted not to implement the two-tiered bus routing plan it initially approved. As a result, start and stop times for all of the buildings in the district will remain unchanged. K-12 students will be bussed together -- as they have in the past. The school day for all grades will be 7:45 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.  
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