District News
Heroes and villians
The seventh grade social studies classes have been talking about how the way they perceive something depends on how it is presented. The goal of the lesson is to help them understand the primary sources upon which so much of our understanding of the ancient world is built are based on the point of view of the people who lived then. To this end, they made wanted posters turning heroes into villains and vice verse. See their work here. 
What it takes to get a bus rolling
Sending out a fleet of buses take a lot of work and management by our Transportation Department. Here's a story from ABC Six on Your Side that explains what has to happen before we get rolling each year.  Click here to view.
Buy your tickets for scholarship dinner
The M-P Scholarship Foundation Benefit Dinner is from 4-7 p.m., Oct. 13 at the Mt. Sterling United Methodist Church. Tickets, available at the door, are $9 for adults and $5 for children. Carry out, local delivery and phone orders are available. All proceeds will be used to award scholarships for Madison-Plains High School students.  
Let's have a ball. A homecoming ball!
"Splish Splash, it's a Beach" is the theme for this year's Homecoming Dance. The fun runs from 7-11 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 12 in the Madison-Plains High School gymnasium. Tickets are $15 and will be sold during lunch. Students must be drug tested to attend and those from other schools will need to fill out an additional form. Click here for information about the dress code.  
MPAC provides a critical link between community and district
Superintendent Tim Dettwiller said the productivity of the most recent Madison-Plains Advisory Council meeting is important to the district's process. 
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. 
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.
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