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Vacation to far away place is just a book away
A good book this summer can help students escape to far away, magical places and keeps the brain sharp. They can also teach children about careers and help the environment. Take a look at these ideas and "Beach Bag" activities (no real beach required) from INFOhio for a fun way to help a child keep / improve their reading skills during break. 
The chicks hatched!
Students in Tereca Ruebel's first-grade class welcomed a few new additions when some incubating chicks hatched. The students have been learning about the life cycle of chickens. Six chicks were born from 12 eggs after 21 days in the incubator. The class learned vocabulary words like oviparous and egg tooth. Take a look!  
Spring @ M-P Elementary
Students at Madison-Plains have been busy this spring with a visit to the Columbus Zoo, a stop at Newport Aquarium in the Cincinnati area and special activities in early May at school for Right to Read Week. Click here to see pictures.   
Camp experience is quite the opportunity
Seventh-graders from the Junior High head for the hills of Bellfontaine in a few days for the school's time-honored tradition of attending Camp Cotubic for an one-of-a-kind leadership and outdoor learning experience. 
Lobby for M-P
Help ensure M-P does not lose significant state aid dollars by telling Sen. Chris Widner you support the House’s recent amendments to the Governor’s budget bill. Kasich’s original proposal made in February called for a loss of about $675,000 in state funding for Madison-Plains, a burden that would be shifted onto local taxpayers. Use this link for more details and contact information. 
What's in your lunch?
The mechanics of buying school lunches haven’t changed much over the years: pick up a tray, move through the line, eat and get on with the day, but thanks to the 2010 Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, students now see more whole grains, low-fat milk, fresh fruits, and a wider variety of vegetables on their trays.  
M-P offers expertise about right-sizing
Director of Technology Joe Penney shares his expertise with the state's leading professional organization for school business personnel about technology in the classroom and how to "right-size" purchases. Read more here in the Ohio Association of School Business Official's quarterly publication "sbo.". 
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