District News
Quick Recall clicks ahead
Congrats to the M-P Quick Recall team for its strong performance at the Ohio Heritage Conference tournament. The competition was held Jan. 30 at Northeastern High School. Madison-Plains was fourth of seven.  
MPHS French class celebrates Mardi Gras
Students in Allison Wagner's French classes studied the traditions of Mardi Gras and celebrated with hand-made masks. The students earned beads when recalling facts about the annual rituals and made "King Cake" cupcakes. The student who found the hidden trinket inside the treat was named king or queen for class that day. Take a look here.
MPHS one of 8 schools to participate in Arts Advocacy Day
Six students form Madison-Plains High School are set to participate in Arts Day 2016, sponsored by Ohio Citizens for the Arts which also co-presents the Governor's Awards for the Arts. The students will travel to Columbus on May 18 to spend the morning with legislators to talk about the impact arts have had on their daily lives. MPHS is just one of eight schools selected for the honor. 
First-graders study solids and liquids, then make ice cream!
Mrs. Ruble's first-grade is learning the differences between a solid and a liquid. Our educational coaches have been preparing many hands-on activities and experiments to find the differences between the two. ​At the conclusion of our lesson we turned a liquid into a solid by making our own ice cream. See them in action here. 
"Lifting more than books"
An article in the Madison Press is highlighting the Weight Training Sport Fitness Class offered by Mr. Michael Siders.  Mr. Siders is seeing an increase in numbers with Madison-Plains coaches in support of this program.  Many of MP's athletes are signing up for the class, but students do not have to actively be participating in an organized sport to enroll.  Click here for the article. 
Beak size and food collection, grade 8 investigates
Eighth-graders in Michelle Hildebrandt's science classes at Madison-Plains Junior High conduct a lab to investigate the advantages of different beak sizes when birds collect food. They also examined the affects of environmental change on the traits of a population and how these changes can affect the survival rate of a species. See more here. 
The photosynthesizing machine
Students in Michelle Hildebrandt's biology class at MPHS participated in a lab to discover the powers of photosynthesis, a plant's food making machine. The students learned how the organisms use light, water, nutrients carbon dioxide and chlorophyll to fuel its existence. They conducted their own investigations to determine how different variables affect the rate of photosynthesis. See more here. 
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