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Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians, Good evening!  The purpose of this communication is to share some important news. In light of the authority of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the United S

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Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Good evening!  The purpose of this communication is to share some important news.

In light of the authority of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service office (FNS) is granting an extension of summer meal programs for students.  

As such, beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, September 9th, 2020, all Madison-Plains Local School District students will receive breakfast and lunch at no charge, regardless of household income.  The office of Food and Nutrition Service is planning to have this program be in effect until December 31, 2020, or until federal program funds are depleted.  Please note this only applies to the regular school breakfast and lunch meals.  The program does not extend to additional ala carte offerings that may be available for purchase.

Again, the extension of this program is scheduled to go through December 31, 2020, or until federal program funds are depleted. Therefore, regular school breakfast and lunch prices will resume once federal program funds are depleted, or when students return to school in January 2021, whichever occurs first.

Thank you!

Have a wonderful evening!

Go Eagles!

Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District

Reminder and information

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Greetings!  The purpose of this communication is to provide a friendly reminder and some information!
 
First, as a quick, friendly reminder, today is the last day to select the educational options you would like for your child(ren).  Please visit the Madison-Plains Local School District webpage to select the option you would like to choose prior to 11:59 p.m. tonight.  If you need to change the option you previously chose for your child, you may do so in the confirmation e-mail that was sent to you. 
 
Also, we do ask that a parent or guardian please make selections for each child.  This is important for courses, and it is especially important for transportation so that we can plan bus routes.  If there are children for whom no selection is made, the default category will be Option 1, attending classes on campus and needing bus transportation utilizing the home address we have on file.  If we can have each child fully accounted for through the options selection process, it will help us to more effectively schedule courses and transportation.  We kindly ask for your assistance with this.  Thank you!
 
Also, if there are parents who have children who are eligible for kindergarten and would like to have them attend kindergarten this year, please contact the school district to have them registered.  The contact person for kindergarten registration, as well as all other enrollment for new students, is Mrs. Julane Walker, and she can be reached by phone at 740-490-0679, or you may e-mail her at [email protected]  If possible, please contact her by Friday of this week for kindergarten and other new student registrations.
 
Thank you!
 
Have a great day!
 
Go Eagles!
 
Sincerely,
 
Chad Eisler, Superintendent
 
Madison-Plains Local School District
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Option 2 Update

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Greetings!  The purpose of this communication is to let you know about an important update regarding the curriculum and instructional offering we have available for those students, and their families, who choose Option 2, fully remote learning at home.

Within the last week, we have learned that an on-line curriculum and instructional option that was not available to our District before is now available.  Through this opportunity, our District will be able to have our students take courses on-line through a virtual learning platform called Florida Virtual School (FLVS).  This program is more robust than the option available to us before and provides increased rigor and is more interactive, and it does align with Ohio’s learning standards.  It also offers different levels of courses including regular general education, honors courses, and Advanced Placement (AP) courses.  Additionally, with this new platform, courses beyond the traditional core-area classes would be available, such as fitness, art, and technology.  These would even be available in grades K-5. 

As a result of this update, we are extending the selection period for Option 1 and Option 2 through Tuesday, August 4th.  

If you would like to look into the Florida Virtual School option, a link for you to do that is as follows:  
Florida Virtual School

Additionally, we will also post this on our website.

If you have already made a selection but now believe you would like to change that selection, you are able to do that, as well.  Please know you do not need to fill the form out again.  Rather, when you completed the form, you should have received a copy of your response by e-mail.  All you need to do is to return to the copy of your responses and choose to edit your response. This will help us avoid duplications.

Again, this was not an opportunity that was available before.  It has come available to us within the last week, and we want to be able to offer it to our students so that we can provide the best educational options we can.

Thank you!

Have a good evening!

Go Eagles!

Sincerely,

Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District

Frequently Asked Questions

Dear MPLSD Families,

Greetings!  The purpose of this communication is to let you know about a couple of updates that are available for all of Eagle Nation! 

First, a “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQ) document regarding our District’s reopening plan is now available for your review.  Additionally, a new school calendar is also available.  As I had indicated in a previous communication might occur, a decision has been made to delay the start of the student school year by three (3) school days to Monday, August 24, 2020.  The purpose for this is to allow for some extra training for our staff and also to allow some extra time to further prepare classrooms.  

The FAQ document and the calendar are both available on both our website and our District’s Facebook page.  Additionally, a link to our webpage that contains our reopening plans and the FAQ document is as follows:  

FAQ - MP Responsible Restart Plan

2020-2021 Revised School Calendar 

I also wanted to let you know that our District phones are temporarily down.  We anticipate they will be back up and working next week.  In the interim, please know if you have questions about our reopening plan or any other school-related question, the e-mail addresses for our various administrative team members are at the bottom of the FAQ document, and you may also e-mail me at [email protected].

Thank you! 

Have a good evening!

Go Eagles!

Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District

MP Responsible Restart

2020 - 2021 Restart Plan

Dear MPLSD Families,

Greetings!  As noted yesterday, MPLSD is releasing our reopening documents for academic year 2020 -- 2021.  Please click on the following link to go to our District webpage to see our reopening plans.  Here is the link:  https://www.mplsd.org/ResponsibleRestartMP.aspx   

Additionally, please know, as was noted in yesterday's communication, there is some conversation occurring about possibly delaying the start of school for students by a few days.  The thought process behind this is that it would give us some time to provide some additional training to our staff and allow some time for them to further prepare classrooms through the removal of unneeded furniture for spacing purposes and other preparations.  We will keep you posted on that.  

I know that there is likely some concern for some of you about having your children return to school.  Remember, we are in this together.  We will work together to find solutions to the challenges we face as best we can.  One of the things that I enjoy so much about our District is the close-knit "family" feeling we have.  Please know I stand with you, and we all stand together!  We are MP!

Thank you!

All the best to you and yours!

Go Eagles!

Sincerely,

Chad Eisler, Superintendent

Madison-Plains Local School District

 

Update - July 16, 2020

Dear MPLSD Parents and Guardians,

Greetings!  I hope this finds you and your family healthy and well.  The purpose of this letter is to provide some insight to you just prior to the release, tomorrow, of our Madison-Plains Local School District (MPLSD) reopening plans.  Since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, things have changed significantly for us in terms of our daily living, and naturally, it only follows that the coming school year will bring significant change, as well.  As always, our first priority is to do the best we can to keep our students and staff healthy and safe.  Our next priority is to provide our students the best educational experience we can.  In the face of a pandemic, these two priorities are in direct conflict with each other, and schools are now tasked with doing the best they can to balance them.  

Opinions on the pandemic and how our society should respond vary tremendously, and opinions are strong on all sides.  There is an acknowledgement of understanding that the plans that school districts make will not please everyone.  With that in mind, please know that we are doing the very best that we can to provide the safest possible environment we can for our students and staff and, also, provide the best education we can for our students.  

MPLSD is obligated to abide by the directives of the Madison County Public Health Department, and as such, our plan is reflective of that guidance.  The Health Department has listened to feedback from the districts in the county and has provided some flexibility through an updated guidance document.  Because of the fluidity of the situation with the COVID-19 virus and the effects that it brings, the plans that school districts are creating are also fluid, and all of us need to be prepared for the fact that circumstances could change very quickly, and that will affect how schools will operate this coming year.  

Our current intent -- and those are the key words, current intent -- is to begin the year with all students and all staff members present every day.  All students and all staff members, with a few exceptions, will have to wear face masks, and in some cases face shields.  We will be attempting to put as much space in between students in classrooms as we can.  On busses, students will only be permitted to sit two to a seat, which will have an impact on how we transport our students, as well.

We plan to release our reopening plan tomorrow.  I encourage all of our students, parents, and guardians to read it.  We will be asking for commitments, on a semester basis, for who will be choosing to come to campus and who will be choosing to engage in their education virtually.  We will also be asking parents and guardians to commit, again on a semester basis, to who will be riding the bus to school.  We are asking for this information so that we can continue to prepare for the students’ return and allocate resources as effectively as we can.  Also, please know it is possible that we may need to implement one of the contingency plans prior to the start of the school year.  Additionally, there is some consideration being given to having students start the school year a few days later than originally planned to allow staff to receive some training and to prepare classrooms.  We will keep you posted on that.

As indicated, because of the global health crisis, the coming school year is going to be different from any that have come before it, and we ask everyone to keep in mind that the method instruction is delivered (i.e., full in-person learning, blended learning, or remote learning) could change very quickly depending upon what happens within the district from a health standpoint.  We will continue to update the community as situations and circumstances change and of our need to adjust to the evolving conditions of this global health crisis.  We will try to allow as much time as possible for families to make adjustments, as needed, though changes may occur very rapidly.  

Finally, we are asking for your grace and patience as we endeavor to provide our students with the best educational experience we can under the circumstances and also do the best we can to keep our students and staff as safe as possible.  

Again, we intend to release our reopening plans tomorrow, Friday, July 17.  Thank you, in advance, for your support.

Go Eagles!

Chad Eisler, Superintendent
Madison-Plains Local School District

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