Skip to main content
Voice Recognition
X
class of 2037 AJ
Power lifting champions
Varsity Football
Vallery Football Geysa
Boys Basketball
Varsity Football
Wrestling
Down the Net
Boys Basketball
Teachers wearing Be Kind t-shirts during Kindness Week

The Latest News & Events

Community Partnership Opportunity

Community Partnership Opportunity

Part B funding supports the provision of Special Education services to students ages 3 - 21.  

Join us to share your thoughts at the Madison-Plains Board of Education Meeting, April 16th, 7:00 PM, High School Library.

For more information please contact 
Director of Special Education, Meredith Ford
740-852-0290 ext. 624

Read More...
7-12 Bldg Resuming Normal Operation

7-12 Bldg Resuming Normal Operation

Dear Madison-Plains Local School District Parents, Guardians, and Staff,

As you may recall from last week, we had a leak in a pipe at the high school, and to fix the leak we had to depressurize the water system to make the repair, which required us to go on a boil alert on the 7-12 side of campus.  

I am pleased to report to you that the leak in the pipe is fixed, and we have our water test results back, and the results are good – the water passed.

As a result, the 7-12 side of campus is able to come off the boil alert, and we will resume normal operation tomorrow, Tuesday, April 09, 2024.  

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we worked through this issue.

Have a good evening!

Go Eagles!

Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District 

Read More...
Vaccination Reminder

Vaccination Reminder

REMINDER: If you have a child starting Kindergarten, 7th, or 12th grade this year, they are required by the State of Ohio to have up-to-date vaccinations on file with the school. If you have not done this yet, please do so by September 15th, or your child will be excluded from school and athletics.  Please contact your physicians office, or you may contact Madison County Public Health at 740-852-3065, to get your child's required immunizations.  Please contact Tamara Sutton, School Nurse, with any questions at [email protected]  or CLICK HERE
Thank you!
Read More...
JH and HS Boil Alert

JH and HS Boil Alert

Dear Madison-Plains Local School District Parents, Guardians, and Staff,

The purpose of this communication is to share with you that at the 7-12 building, we have had a pipe develop a leak.  In order to try to address the leak, we have had to depressurize the water system in that building.  The result of that is that the building needs to go on a boil alert until we can get the leak permanently fixed and get water test results back that verify the water quality is as it should be at the 7-12 building.  

As a result, we will be on a boil alert through at least Friday of this week at the 7-12 building.

We plan to have bottled water and hand sanitizer on hand for students and staff tomorrow and Friday; however, we encourage all of our students and staff in the 7-12 building to bring their own bottled water, as well.  

We apologize for the inconvenience this causes.  We are working to correct the issue as quickly as we can.

Thank you for your understanding and support.

Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District

Read More...
Severe Weather Awareness Week

Severe Weather Awareness Week

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Greetings!  As you may be aware, this week, March 17 – 23, 2024, is Ohio’s Spring Severe Weather Awareness Week, and each year during this week, the Ohio Emergency Management Agency and National Weather Service conduct a statewide tornado drill on Wednesday morning at 9:50 a.m., and schools are encouraged to participate in this drill.  Please know that MPLSD did participate in this state-wide drill this morning in our respective school buildings so that our staff and students could rehearse what to do in case of a tornado.

The purpose of this communication is simply to make you aware that we conducted this drill today and also to provide a quick, friendly reminder to encourage everyone to discuss their emergency plans for home, as well.  As we have unfortunately seen already this spring, these weather events can happen quickly and can have devastating consequences.   

I hope you have a good day!

Go Eagles!

Sincerely,

Mr. Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District

Read More...
Reminders

Reminders

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

The purpose of this communication is to provide a quick, friendly reminder of some calendar items that are coming up.

First, this Friday, March 15, 2024, there will be no school for students, as our staff will be engaged in a professional development day.

Second, this coming Monday, March 18, 2024, is the first day of the 4th and final grading period for the school year. 

Third, a reminder that spring break is Monday, March 25, through Friday, March 29, 2024.

That is all I have for now!

I hope you have a wonderful evening!

Go Eagles!
 

Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District
Read More...
High School Musical

High School Musical

Disney Channel's smash hit movie musical comes to life on our stage! Troy, Gabriella, and the students of East High must deal with issues of first love, friends, and family while balancing their classes and extracurricular activities.

Fun for the whole family! Get your tickets here: https://events.hometownticketing.com/organization/c6086752-d841-4a26-aadd-f68573561e92 
Read More...
March 7, 2024 Safety Drills

March 7, 2024 Safety Drills

Dear Madison-Plains Local School District Parents and Guardians,
 
The safety and security of our students and staff is our top priority within the Madison-Plains Local School District.  To that end, today, Thursday, March 07, 2024, we conducted safety drills on our campus with our students and staff.  The purpose for conducting these drills was to practice, review, and enhance our emergency preparedness procedures.  Law enforcement and other county officials were invited to campus to observe and provide feedback to us, as well. 
 

Read More...

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

Student Progress

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

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.
© 2024. Madison-Plains Schools. All Rights Reserved.