Parents...don't forget to frequently check the Parent Resource page of our website for events happening in Miamisburg and the surrounding communities! https://www.miamisburgcityschools.org/page/parent-resources
Congratulations to February Medlar View Elementary School Student of the Month Muath Al Tarhuni. Proud of you Muath! #Musketeers
Today is National Read Across America Day! Reading is a great way to relax & escape the restraints of our everyday lives. Take some time today to read a short story/book & escape to a different place & time. It is important to step away from our phones or tablets & read a book!
Elementary programming update information
Elementary Parents, We would like to inform you that when elementary buses leave the school building, the principal will send a notification to families to keep you informed of your child's departure from school. Thank you
We have been cleared to dismiss students. This delay will also affect high school, middle, and elementary school buses, with student drop off running late. Once we complete the high school bus routes we will update everyone on possible middle and elementary delay times.Thank you!
Congratulations to Addison E. for winning the Medlar View 2022-2023 Yearbook Cover Design Contest!
The district would like your input on the proposed changes to our elementary school attendance boundaries. These changes are aimed at addressing current programming needs for half and full-day kindergarten and an imbalanced student population across the district's elementary buildings. Your opinion is important to us! Town Hall Meeting - Medlar View Elementary School, February 8, 2023 from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Medlar View Save the Dates - Week of February 6, 2023!
Congratulations to Medlar View Elementary School January Student of the Month Melek Ziya! Way to go Melek! #musketeers
Medlar View Elementary School students are ready to cheer on the @Bengals! #ruleyourschool #showyourstripes #WHODEY 🧡
MCS is working to find solutions to the challenges we are facing with our current elementary programming. The district is offering a series of Town Hall meetings starting Wednesday to discuss new ideas and provide opportunities for input.
Please join us to hear about the district’s elementary programming ideas. There will also be opportunities to provide input and ask questions.
MCS is considering new programming ideas for our elementary schools. Join us for one of our upcoming Town Hall meetings to gain information about ideas that will help us meet our goals.
The Miamisburg City School District is proposing possible changes to its elementary school attendance boundaries that will bring transformational benefits to our students. The ideas being formulated allow for reduced/equitable class sizes, increased teacher collaboration, reduced costs for the district, and a more balanced student population. By providing improved educational resources to our students, we are helping ensure that they have access to the highest quality educational experience, paving the way for a brighter future in our community. To promote collaboration and transparency among members of the school district, MCS will conduct a series of Town Hall meetings to share information and data regarding future programming ideas, with the first meeting taking place on January 18th at Bauer Elementary School. All meetings will take place at 6 p.m. in the building’s cafeteria. These Town Hall meetings are intended to foster collaboration and transparency among members of the school district in order to ensure that all students receive the best educational experience possible. We look forward to hearing from the community during these meetings!
Congratulations to Medlar View Elementary School December Student of the Month Preston Evans! Way to go Preston! #Musketeers
The Elf on the Shelf and his helpers visited Medlar View Elementary School this morning. Students were greeted with bubbles and lots of smiles! #musketeers
Congratulations to Medlar View Elementary School November Student of the Month Wardan Javed! Good work Wardan! #MedlarViewMusketeers
Happy National Education Support Professionals Day! Education Support Professionals (ESPs) include individuals who provide essential clerical services, custodial and maintenance services, food services, health and student services, paraeducation, security services, skilled trades, technical services, and transportation services. Our ESPs are essential to providing our students with a good education – one that includes reliable transportation, safe and clean buildings, nutritious food, and a helpful administration. Thank you to every one of our devoted ESPs for your hard work!
American Education Week is a spotlight on public education, to inform the community of the accomplishments & needs of public schools, & to honor individuals who show up every day enthusiastic & ready to inspire a lifelong love of learning in every student. Celebrate this week by thanking an educator, administrator or support staffer!