Middlebury Community Schools
"The Mission of Middlebury Community Schools is to prepare our students to be life-long learners and contributing citizens."
Proud of the Past. Excited about the Future.
Proposed MCS School Board meeting minutes for July 11, 2017.
Friday, June 30 at the State Capitol building, three of our Northridge Middle School students, Brock Reschly, Jaxon Miller,and Sharan Suthaharan, were recognized as Outstanding Math Scholars in an awards ceremony. Each of them finished in the top 5% of the state in Pre-Algebra. Sharan finished second overall. We are so proud of our students!
Congratulations to our
Certified Employees that retired from MCS
Back Row (left to right): Matthew Lind, Jane Milewski, Dan Shroyer, Mary Shroyer and Cathy Brandenberger
Front Row (left to right): James Bromley, Rowena Miller, Dave Perkins and Maribeth Friesen
Classified Employees that retired from MCS
Back Row (left to right): Jenni Smeltzer, Willie Miller, Sandy White, Crystal Graber, Karen Jones, Ron Freyenberger, June Watson, Ruth Freyenberger, Linda Neely, Mary Borntrager and Esther Bush
Front Row (left to right): Maribeth Rhoades, Marilyn Cook, Dorothy Coplin and Mark Loving
Pick-Up / Drop-Off Policy
New Bus Transportation Pick-Up / Drop-Off Policy (Adobe PDF, 244kb)
MCS Art Show 2017
On behalf of the MCS Art Teachers, we would like to invite you to join us for our 10th annual MCS Art Show at Northridge High School. We will be displaying your son/daughter’s artwork, along with artwork from throughout the K – 12 schools in recognition of their outstanding talent.
The top artwork has been selected for display on Friday, May 5th. The exhibit will open at 5:30 p.m. beginning with a dessert bar, pottery and ice cream social fundraiser for a new kiln, and time to preview artwork before concluding with an Awards Presentation at 6:00 p.m. Please plan to make purchases with either cash or checks. Entrance to the show is free and will be through doors 21 and 15 at NHS.
We are looking forward to the show and hope you will be in attendance!
Bus Stop Changes in the News
Beginning in August with the 2017-18 school year, Middlebury Community Schools will NO LONGER ALLOW students to have alternate bus stops. ALL students will only be allowed 1 bus stop for their AM route and 1 bus stop for their PM route for the whole school year. Parents will have to determine 1 AM pick up address and 1 PM drop off address that will be used all year long.
ALL parents must Sign, Date, and Return this form to your student's school office by April 28, 2017.
*** NO MORE ALTERNATE BUS STOPS ***
As you may have heard, Middlebury Community Schools is struggling with finding enough bus drivers to run our bus routes. Other neighboring districts have the same problem and they have had to increase walk zones to a mile and even 2 miles. We do not want to go to that extreme until we have exhausted every other option.
Beginning in the 2017-18 school year Middlebury Community Schools will no longer allow students to have an alternate bus stop. All students will only be allowed 1 bus stop for the AM route and 1 bus stop for the PM route for the whole school year. Parents will have to determine 1 AM pick up point and 1 PM drop off point that will be used all year long. If an issue arises during the school day, a parent’s only other option will be to pick up their child from the school. Parents will be receiving a form to determine the AM pick-up and PM drop-off in the next few weeks. Please plan very carefully when you to choose your 1 stop for AM and 1 stop for PM for the entire 2017-18 school year.
2017 Summer Day Camp
What is it? A summer day camp designed to encourage scientific inquiry, to teach basic science skills, and to have fun all at the same time. This is for students in grades 3rd thru 5th.
When is it? Thursday June 1st and Friday June 2nd, 9 am to Noon each day, campers are encouraged to arrive on time these days to get the most out of the experience.
Where is it? Students will need to report to the NHS cafeteria each morning. From there they will go to their activities, all of which will be on the high school grounds.
Activities - Students will be constructing various devices to study Physics, as well as working in the lab on activities in Earth Space Science, Biology, Chemistry, and more!
Cost - $45 per student, this includes all materials, a t-shirt, and a pair of safety glasses.
What to bring? Students will need to bring a small snack and drink. (non-perishable food & drink only please).
Register at www.northridgesoinvitational.com under the Kids Camp link. REGISTRATION ENDS MAY 5th!
2016-17 IHSAA Wrestling Medalist
2016-17 IHSAA Swimming Medalists
Top Row (left to right): Joey Garberick, Bryce Brouillette, Spencer Lehman, Coach Keller
Bottom Row (left to right): Connor Glenn, Matthew VanCoppenolle, Stephen Kiser, Camden Koch
Top Row (left to right): Jenna Nethercutt, Kenzie Weber, and Coach Keller
Bottom Row (left to right): Katie Hughes, Sydnee Emerson, Sara Troyer (diving), Lauren Miller
The Middlebury Community School District is offering tuition-free enrollment in Middlebury Community Schools for the 2017-2018 school year.
MCS has revised the age requirements for Kindergarten. Children need to be five (5) years old on or before August 1st.
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