Intermediate School News
Student art on full display
Art from students in grades K-12 will be on display from 6-8 p.m., May 2 in the MPHS Commons. Various media will be shown, from drawings to paintings and three-dimensional pieces of work. A Spring Concert for grades 6-12 begins at 7 p.m. See the attachment for more details. 
This sixth-grader is the only student from Madison County vying for award
Sixth-grader Molly Barber’s essay about her brother told in the first-person is one of just 18 selected for the final round in a contest for grade 6-8 students in 22 counties in Central Ohio. She is the only student from Madison County to be selected for the honor. 
Latest RollCall addresses district finances, pending before-/after-school plans
Superintendent Tim Dettwiller welcomes new Board of Education member Toula Xenikis in his most recent RollCall summary, and discusses the current state of the district's finances. He says the Board will meet in a special session this week to discuss the Five-year Forecast and the 10-year Financial Plan. The administration is expected to present the Board final details of Before- and After-School Care at its regularly scheduled meeting in February. Click here to read more. 
2016-17 Student Transportation Information
We are excited to introduce our new electronic transportation information system (e-Link) for the 2016-17 School Year. This system provides parents with the most up to date information regarding bus stop locations and pickup/drop off times. Information is now available and will continue to be updated through the beginning of school, as we fine tune routes. View Student Transportation Information 
Hunger Pains? No need!
Why start the day with a growling stomach? Come to school breakfast; everyone is welcome. Click here for more information.

Sixth-graders hard at work
Students in Morgan Guas' sixth-grade class are hard at work, studying minerals, reading literature (Peak, a novel by Roalnd Smith) and researching teen activism. Take a look inside the class and check out what two of her students had to say ...  
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.

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