District News
Upcoming Blood Drive
The MPHS Student Council is hosting its first blood drive of the year on Tuesday, November 20. Students that are 16 years or older can donate. If interested, students can see Mrs. Briggs to sign up. Due to the recent hurricanes the Red Cross is experiencing a shortage of blood right now, so if you can give please do so.      
Nov. 15 -Evening Activities Cancelled and Rescheduled
Eagle Nation,                                                                          With school being cancelled today, we are going to cancel all afternoon and evening activities, as well.  As such, all athletic practices and events will be cancelled for this evening, Thursday, November 15, 2018.  Parent-teacher conferences and our NHS induction ceremony will be rescheduled for this coming Monday, November 19.   
Dear Parents and Guardians,                                       Today a threatening message was found on a boys’ restroom wall at Madison-Plains High School.  We took this message seriously.  Law enforcement was called, and the building was evacuated while it was searched with sheriff’s deputies.  Once the search was completed and no device was found, students and staff re-entered the building, and teaching and learning resumed.  An active investigation involving law enforcement is underway. 
Congratulations to Rhyan Goodman for being elected as the Business Professionals of America (BPA) State Treasurer! Rhyan is a Marketing & Logistics student at Tolles. We see a bright future ahead for this remarkable young man! 
Congratulations Rhyan - you make us proud!
Lock-down Drill
Today, Thursday, November 08, 2018, we conducted a campus-wide lock-down drill.  It was only a drill, and it was done to help us practice and enhance our emergency preparedness procedures.  As you know, the health and safety of our students and staff is our first priority.   
Changing the World
High School students attended a 3.5 hour lecture at Thomas Worthington HS updating us on the newest advancements in genetic technology.  The cure for genetic diseases are within our reach and pig farms raising human organs instead of bacon could soon be in our back yard.  Genetic technology will change our world and these students might just be the ones that do it! 

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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