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The Latest News & Events

Full-time In-Person Instruction

Full-time In-Person Instruction

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,
Good evening!  I am pleased to share with you that effective this coming Monday, March 01, 2021, the Madison-Plains Local School District (MPLSD) will be able to bring back our students in grades seven (7) through twelve (12) for full-time in-person instruction, for those who have chosen in-person learning.  We have received communication from the county health department that is allowing us to do this.  Students whose families chose option two (2), fully remote learning for second semester, will remain in remote learning, per their request.  
 
Please know there will be some places where we are not fully able to meet the three (3) feet and six (6) feet social distancing guidelines; however, we are doing everything we can to spread everyone out as much as possible, utilize the table and desk barriers we built in every place we can, and do everything else we can to make our best effort towards keeping all of our students and staff as healthy and safe as possible.
 
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Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration


Kindergarten Registration will officially begin on March 1 and will run through April 16, 2021, however, the link is now ready and you are welcome to go ahead and take advantage!  

Here are a few more details to know:
* Your child must be 5 years of age by August 1, 2021.
* There are two steps to get your child registered for Kindergarten.  The first step is online enrollment and the second is bringing in the required paperwork.  Your child will not be enrolled until both steps have been completed.

     • Step 1 - The first part of the enrollment process will be done online and can be done at home.  Please visit our website for the link: Kindergarten Registration.  If you are unable to complete the online portion of the enrollment process and need assistance, please call our office at 740.490.0679.

      • Step 2 – You will need to set up an appointment to bring in the required paperwork and for a brief orientation.  In order to comply with safety protocols due to COVID and social distancing, this step will be done by appointment only.  Please visit our website to schedule an appointment: Kindergarten Registration

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ACT Testing
ACT Testing - March 9, 2021
Juniors

Dear MPJH/HS Parents and Guardians,
 
The date for the MPHS administration of the state-mandated ACT for all juniors has been changed to Tuesday, March 09, 2021.  The test was originally scheduled to be given this coming Tuesday, February 23, 2021.  Again, for MPHS, the test date for the state-mandated administration of the ACT to all juniors has changed to Tuesday, March 09, 2021.  

Additionally, for appropriate testing conditions, test security, and proper supervision, the only students on the 7-12 side of campus who will need to report to school that day are the juniors, including our juniors who attend Tolles.  All other students in grades 7-12 will have a remote learning day on that date.
 
Thank you!
 
Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District


Covid-19 Update
Covid-19 Update
Feb. 19, 2021

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Please find the attached letter regarding a confirmed staff member case of COVID-19 at Madison-Plains Junior High/High School.  

This most recent case brings our cumulative district-wide case count to fifty-three (53) cases since the beginning of the school year.  At this time, we are aware of one (1) case that is currently active in the District.

The notification letter is attached below.

Thank you.

Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District

Remote Learning
Remote Learning

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,
 
Greetings!  The purpose of this communication is to let you know that MPLSD has now utilized our five (5) calamity/snow days for this school year and will now switch to remote learning days.  
 
You may have begun to notice as you see school closing announcements that districts have begun switching to “remote learning days.”  That is because with the inclement weather we have been seeing this winter, many districts have exhausted their five traditional “snow days.”
 
With yesterday's “snow day,” MPLSD has exhausted our allotted five calamity days, as well.  As such, on future days where it would be deemed unsafe to transport students to school, MPLSD will shift to remote learning days for our students and staff.  
 
We are working to be thoughtful about how these are structured, as we do not want to place any undue burden on our students or their parents/guardians, but we do want to provide the best education we can with the circumstances we have right now.
 
I know this is a challenging year!  We knew it would be!  
 
Thank you for your continued support!
 
Have a good day!
 
Go Eagles!
 
Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District

Food Delivery
Food Pick-up

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

The purpose of this message is to communicate regarding food pick-up for those who have signed-up for the this.  

With our K-6 students back in school five days per week, our busses are no longer able to deliver food to bus stops on Wednesdays as they have done.  As such, for those who have signed-up for food, it may be picked-up behind the high school on Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  If this time does not work for you, please e-mail our Food Service Supervisor, Mrs. Sherri Allen, and she will contact you to arrange a time for you to pick-up food.  Mrs. Allen’s e-mail address is as follows:  [email protected]

Thank you!

Have a wonderful day!

Go Eagles!

Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District


Scholastic Booster Auction - March 6
Scholastic Booster Club Auction

The 74th Annual Madison-Plains Booster Club Auction will be held on Saturday, March 6, starting at 8:00am!  While the auction will look a little different this year, the need remains the same.  The auction will be held virtually this year so you can enjoy it from the comfort of your own home.  You have the option of buying a meal ticket and picking up a Chicken and Noodle dinner the next day when you pick up your winning items!  It may look different this year, but it is guaranteed to be fun!  Please click on the link below for more information.

Covid-19 Update
COVID-19 Update
Feb. 10, 2021

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Please find the attached letter regarding a confirmed student case of COVID-19 at Madison-Plains Junior High/High School.  

This most recent case brings our cumulative district-wide case count to fifty-two (52) cases since the beginning of the school year.  At this time, we are aware of seven (7) cases that are currently active in the District.

The notification letter is attached below.

Thank you.

Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District

Our Mission

As a partnership of rural, agricultural communities, the Madison-Plains Local School District will achieve excellence through quality educational resources to maximize student success.

Fast Facts

Gifted Achievement

Top 100
MPLSD students who are gifted achieved among the highest achievement scores in the state in the spring of 2019, ranking in the top 100 districts and earning a 117.6 performance index score out of 120 possible points.  They also had the highest achievement in Madison County.

Value-Added

Top 25%
MPLSD ranked in the top 25% of all school districts in the state of Ohio based on the amount of progress the District has demonstrated with our students.  Value-Added measures the level of growth, or progress, students make over multiple years.

Student Progress

"A"
MPLSD earned an “A” for student progress – an accomplishment the District has been working hard towards.
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