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Report Card shows gains, areas to improve
The State Report Cards have been released and, overall, the district made significant gains. That said, there is still work to do. MP jumped from a D to a B in progress from last year to this year, and individual scores rose in every area, with the most impressive move with the Overall Value-added grade shifting from an F to an A. Yet, improvement with the graduation rate and closing the performance gap in relation to income, race, ethnicity and disability is needed. 
Annual MP Scholarship Foundation Dinner
The Annual MP Scholarship Foundation Dinner will be held at the United Methodist Church in Mount Sterling on October 10 from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm.  Dine-in or carry out available.  The cost is $10 for adults and $6 for children 12 and under.  Meal options include Ham Loaf or Roast Beef plus all of the trimmings.  Purchases benefit MP Scholarships.    
Junior High Supply List 2017-2018
Please see attached for the JH Supply List for the 2017-2018 school year. 
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.  
Join the conversation
Have a question about the upcoming emergency operating levy? Send Superintendent Tim Dettwiller a quick note on his blog and he will share factual information about how the Aug. 8 ballot measure will help the district maintain current programming. Click here to Join the Conversation. 
Award-winning breakfast
Madison-Plains Intermediate School was recognized as a Bronze Star in the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 Breakfast Challenge for an average daily participation rate of 50-59 percent. 
Students Return from D.C.
Students in the eighth grade had the opportunity to go on the annual Washington D.C. trip recently.  Students explored Mount Vernon and Washington D.C. visiting many monuments, museums, as well as Arlington Cemetary.  Students were accompanied by teachers Ms. Michele Hildebrandt, Ms. Stormy Hiram, Mr. Ross Deyo, and Mr. Geoffrey Stokes and several parents.  Students were able to speak with World War II veterans and various historians during their trip.  Information for next year's trip for the upcoming eighth grade class will be sent home next week.  To view pictures from the trip, click "Read More".   
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