As a result of a significant portion of our staff receiving the 2nd round of the COVID-19 vaccination, there will be no face-to-face instruction on Friday, March 12th. 
 
All instruction will be provided remotely with students having the option of completing their assignments through Google Classroom/other platforms or by completing the paper and pencil/blizzard bag assignments that will be provided by their teachers. 
 
The vaccination day also happens to fall on the last day of the 3rd grading period, and therefore a 2 hour early dismissal day.  During the 2 hour dismissal period, our teachers are scheduled to work on finalizing student grades for next week's report cards.  Therefore they may not be accessible to your students during that time period. 
 
Online academy students should complete their coursework as normal. 
 
Meals will be delivered to bus stops for those who request them.  Please see the district website to request a meal for your child.  The deadline for meal requests is March 10th. 
 
The Adult Career Center will meet as scheduled on the 12th.  The MECLC will open at 7:00 AM as normal for preschool and childcare on the 12th. 
 
Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
 
--Rob Peterson, Superintendent
 

2021 ACT Testing letter from Mr. Conway

 

** 2021 Free Immunization Clinic for 6th and 11th Grade Students **

 

>> Current Positive COVID Notifications <<

Mifflin staff holding words saying that they love and miss students
Welcoming students with bubbles and hugs
Students honor our veterans with an assembly
Resource officier posing with student
Students learning about stars with COSI on Wheels
Students synergizing by transferring a hula hoop between them
Student lighthouse team sells coffee and other drinks during conferences
Some staff honoring a teacher at Madison South
Students dressed as toys for the winter music program
Students working on leadership notebooks
Celebrating the 100th day of school

Mifflin Elementary

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Mr. Nathan Stump
Principal
Mr. Nathan Stump | Email | Ext. 3101  
Lead, Learn, Love -- Mifflin!
 
Welcome to Mifflin Elementary, one of three Madison elementary schools where leaders abound! We are excited about our partnership with both The Leader in Me and Project Lead the Way. Through The Leader in Me, students are learning about the 7 Habits of Happy Kids and modeling them throughout the day in various leadership opportunities. From house meetings to student action teams, students are embracing principles of leadership on a daily basis. Students are also enjoying our new STEM program Project Lead the Way where we tap into students’ exploratory nature to engage in hands-on activities in the areas of computer science, engineering, and biomedical science to become better critical thinkers and collaborators. Mifflin is proud to be named a Project Lead the Way Distinguished School through our Launch program.

It is my privilege to announce that Mifflin Elementary has been awarded the Purple Star distinction from the Ohio Department of Education! As one of 37 Ohio schools to represent the 7th round of recipients, State Superintendent DeMaria informed us that through our efforts to support our military youth, their families, and other military stakeholders in the area, we have been given this honor.

In order to be considered for Purple Star status, a school must minimally have a staff point of contact for military families, offer professional development for this contact, and have a dedicated portion of a webpage to providing resources to our military stakeholders. Furthermore, we must show evidence of military connections within our community; this achievement was earned through a community project with the 179th Airlift Wing, a Veterans Day musical, a building-themed month honoring our servicemen and servicewomen, and more. Congratulations to the students, staff, and families of the Mifflin community! We are Purple Star proud!
 
Madison Local Schools will be operating under a system where all students will be in attendance five days a week for face-to-face instruction with the possibility of transitioning to remote learning should the need arise; if the district decides to begin remote instruction for any period of time, we will communicate these changes to you as soon as possible. Please continue to check the district homepage to read updates from the superintendent and feel free to contact us should you have any questions.
 
I look forward to a year of health and learning with each of you! 
 
Educationally,
Nathan Stump 
Address:

441 Reed Road
Mansfield, Ohio 44903

Phone: 419-589-6517
Fax: 419-589-6659

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Drop-off: 8:35-9:00 am
Tardy: 9:00 am
Pickup Line Arrival: 3:15-3:35 pm
Dismissal: 3:30 pm

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