District News
Count on MPJHS for the win
Students from Madison-Plains Junior High scored high marks at the annual Math Bee held at TOLLES on Tuesday, May 3. Eighth-graders Gavin Jones and Joey Grigsby placed first and second, respectively, and seventh-grader Kenny Shafer placed second in his division. 
Taking Expertise on the Road
Six staff members from Madison-Plains presented at a statewide High Schools That Work conference at Ohio University in Athens. During the "Teachers Teaching Teachers" presentation the MP staff addressed the ongoing need for quality professional development and discussed how schools can better utilize their in-house resources to provide training.  The team has been asked to present again in the Fall at the HSTW Ohio Schools Improvement Institute Conference. 
Free dental screening for students
KidSMILES Pediatric Dental Clinic is hosting its first Give Kids A Smile Screening Day, providing FREE dental screenings and education for kids in need up to 18 years old. Stop in for this event sponsored locally by the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation (Stinger will ne on hand from 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.), the Columbus Dental Society, and Zimmerman, Boltz and Company! 
Hollywood Treatment
Eighth-grade students got the Hollywood treatment at their "Hollywood Nights" formal dance. Students had a great time thanks to the PTO and Staff members who helped organize and chaperone the dance. 
Help us plan the our daily menu!
Would you like to see your favorite food on the school menu? Now is your chance, M-P Food Service is hosting a contest to find a new item to add to the menu. 
Students prepare for Arts Advocacy Day with Senator Hackett
On Friday, April 8, a select group of Art students (Drew Sines, Aubrey Lilly, Lily Virjee, Skylar Stewart, Regan Rubel and Faith Rife) met with Senator Hackett and a group from Ohio Citizens for the Arts to discuss their upcoming visit to the House of Representatives for Arts Advocacy Day on May 18.  The senator conducted a question and answer session on how to properly speak on the floor and how to address members when calling on them in their offices.  After the senator left, the students continued their session working with a theater/voice coach and practiced public speaking and proper introduction strategies.  They also reviewed their agenda for their day at the State House.  Students shared personal experiences and why they feel it is important to advocate for the Arts.   They will put their practice into action on May 18, along with 7 other Ohio high schools.    
12th Grade Vaccination Reminder
This is the final reminder that your incoming 12th grade child MUST have proof that they received their Meningococcal vaccination.  If we do not receive proof by the first day of school for the 2016-17 school year, your child will be excluded from school in accordance with Ohio law.  The Madison County Health Department can administer this vaccine and they are holding a special clinic for this on Wednesday, August 3, 2016 from 2-6 pm.  No one will be turned away for inability to pay.  If you have a Medicaid or insurance card, please take it with you.  Call 1-740-852-3065 to schedule an appointment.  Please send an updated shot record to the school nurse as proof of vaccination.  If there is a problem meeting this requirement, please contact our school nurse, Mrs. Tonya Coburn, at 740-490-0675.   
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Sat May 7 2016
JH/HS Choir & Band Concert
Tue May 10 2016
Scholastic Banquet
Thu May 12 2016
Senior Final Exams
Thu May 12 2016
International Night
Fri May 13 2016
Final Exams
Tue May 17 2016
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