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Online Learning

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Dear MPLSD Parents, Guardians, Staff, and Students,

Good evening.  As was noted in a communication last week, coronavirus numbers in the state and in the county are rising rapidly and are at levels that we have not seen before during the pandemic, and those trends are being reflected in the number of cases being seen in the school system.  Because of this rapid rise in the number of cases, it was also noted that a further change in instructional delivery model was also a possibility and that those decisions may also have to be made quickly.

As a result of these trends, today I was informed that all school districts in Madison County are being required to transition to fully remote instruction (i.e., virtual instruction) after Thanksgiving, as opposed to the previous plan that had us moving to a hybrid model.   With the rapidly escalating case counts, the thinking is that the best thing to do is to have students learning remotely.  As things currently stand, the newly issued order will be in effect through the end of the calendar year, with the understanding that it may be extended if circumstances require it.
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11-23-20 Covid Notification
11-23-20 Covid Notification

Dear MPLSD Parents, Guardians, Staff, and Students,

Please find the attached notification letters regarding confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Monday, Nov. 23, 2020
There was one staff member case confirmed at the K-6 building.
There was one staff member case confirmed at the district-level.

To date, there have been 24 cumulative confirmed cases in MPLSD.
There are currently 12 active cases.

Notification letters are attached.

Thank you.

Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District


Hybrid Instructional Model
Hybrid Instructional Model

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

At the time I am preparing this message, we are still planning to move forward with our plans to transition to a "hybrid" instructional delivery model after Thanksgiving, beginning on Monday, November 30, 2020.  As such, I wanted to share some more information with you about this model of instructional delivery.  Please see the link below, which will direct you to a page on our website.

Here is the link:

Hybrid Instructional Plan link

Thank you!

Have a good evening!

Go Eagles!

Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District
11-20-20  Covid Notification
11-20-20  Covid Notification

Dear Madison-Plains Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff Members,

Here is today's update regarding COVID-19 in MPLSD.


Friday, Nov. 20, 2020

There was one student case confirmed at the K-6 building.

There was one student case confirmed at the 7-12 building.

There was one staff member case confirmed at the 7-12 building.


To date, there have been 22 cumulative confirmed cases in MPLSD.

There are currently 10 active cases in the school district.

Notification letters are attached.

Thank you.

Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District



11-19-20 Pandemic, Plans, Covid Notification

11-19-20 Pandemic, Plans, Covid Notification



Dear MPLSD Parents, Guardians, Staff, and Students,

As you likely are aware, the numbers of cases of COVID-19 in Ohio are at levels that we have not seen before during this pandemic.  This same trend data is also true in Madison County.  With the number of cases increasing, school districts in the county are also seeing a marked increase in the numbers of cases, and as you would anticipate, our school district is seeing this increase, as well.    

To put this into perspective and provide some specific numbers, beginning yesterday morning and continuing through the end of the school day today, I have been informed of seven (7) new cases of COVID-19 within the school district.  The case breakdown over that period of time is as follows:  

1 staff member case at the K-6 building
3 student cases at the K-6 building
2 staff member cases at the 7-12 building
1 student case at the 7-12 building

We have worked hard to make campus as safe as we can; however, as others have noted, the trends that occur within the local area will inevitably be seen and felt within the local school districts.

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11-18-20 Covid Notification
11-18-20 Covid Notification

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Please find the attached letters regarding a confirmed student case of COVID-19 at the 7-12 building and a confirmed staff case in the K-6 building.  

This case brings our cumulative, district-wide case count to fourteen (14) cases.  Currently, we are aware of six (6) cases that are active in the District.

The notification letter is attached below.

Thank you.

Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District






11-17-20 Covid Notification
11-17-20 Covid Notification

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Please find the attached letter regarding a confirmed student case of COVID-19 at the 7-12 building.  

This case brings our cumulative, district-wide case count to twelve (12) cases.  Currently, we are aware of four (4) cases that are currently active in the District.

The notification letter is attached below.

Thank you.

Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District

Yarn Needed
Yarn Needed

Do you have any extra yarn that you would like to get rid of?
If so, we would love to have it!  Two of our staff members have graciously taken it upon themselves to partner with Sufficient Grace to knit hats for our students in need.  

We can use chunky, worsted, and light yarn of any color.  Please feel free to drop your yarn off to any of our buildings or to our Central office and we will make sure it gets to the right place.  Thank you!

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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