District News
MPAC meeting to focus on busing and M-P Intermediate gym
The Madison-Plains Advisory Council will meet at 6 p.m. June 22 in the district meeting room located in the Elementary building to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of busing students to school in two tiers as opposed to the one tier currently used. Proposed changes to the Permanent Improvement plan for school years 2017 and 2018 to increase spending on instruments for music programs and invest funds into the gymnasium at M-P Intermediate is also on the agenda. 
Supply Lists for 2016-17
School supply lists for 2016-17 are available under the Quick Links menu on the Parent Connection page. Click the Parent tab from any page on our website and navigate to the "School Supply" lists (alpha order) under the Quick Links menu.  
Curriculum Connection is now available
Our newest edition of the Curriculum Connection is attached and full of great information to keep you posted on the academic progress we are making here at Madison-Plains. The newsletter serves as a quarterly publication designed to keep the Madison-Plains community connected and informed of important information and events managed by the Curriculum Department. 
Congrats to the Class of 2016
The Madison-Plains High School Class of 2016 left its mark as the 96 graduates earned a total of $741,250 in scholarships. Valedictorian James Lawless, who plans to attend Purdue University, addressed his classmates after performances by the Concert Band. Salutatorian Taylor Sollars, delivered the Pledge of Allegiance. She plans to attend The Ohio State University. Congratulations to all! 
Save the date for Orientation
Orientation for students entering seventh and ninth grade -- and all students in grades 7-12 who are new to the district -- is set for 6:30 p.m., Aug. 9 in the high school gym. 
Top ag award goes to MPHS senior
Madison­-Plains High School senior Christopher Young recently earned a prestigious agricultural honor, the DEKALB Agricultural Accomplishment Award. Young​ was selected for the award -- the highest given at the school -- for demonstrated excellence in academics, leadership and agricultural work experience. He plans to attend Wilmington College to study agriculture education. 
MPHS teacher recognized for innovative approach
Madison-Plains High School science teacher Scott Spohler was recently recognized for participating in an award-winning energy efficiency training program. He was one of just 135 educators within 24 counties who participated in Be E3 Smart, an innovative program that teaches energy concepts and energy conservation strategies. 
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