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  • Due to an unexpected scheduling conflict with our HOF nominee, Saturday evening's HOF Ceremony has been postponed.

    The Miami East Alumni Association Invites You To A Scholarship Spaghetti Dinner

    On Sat., Jan. 20, 2018 From 4:30-6:30 PM

    All Proceeds Go To Scholarships For 2018 Miami East Graduates.

    Come Support The Alumni And Our Teams!

    Below are some important upcoming dates for Miami East High School....

    Wednesday, January 24----------Operation Report Card/Conferences  3:00-6:30pm

    Wednesday, February 7----------8th Grade Scheduling Meeting

    CC+ meeting has been changed to Wednesday, February 7 at 6:45pm in the MEHS Café

    VikingFest 2018

    VikingFest 2018 is coming!  Mark your calendars:  February 17, 2018, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. @ Miami East Elementary/Junior High Building. 


    Troy Pop Rocks Team

    Miami East was once again graced with the Troy Pop Rocks team for their performance at Miami East on December 22!  Thanks to to the Troy Pop Rocks for a spirited performance!


    2017 Elementary School Spelling Bee

    Congratulations to Kamryn Apple for winning this year’s spelling bee.  She was able to spell some pretty tough words.  Kamryn will represent our school in the county spelling bee.  Our alternate will be Lillian Forsythe as she came in second.  A special thank you goes out to Mrs. Gutman for organizing this event.

    From the PTO.  After 40 YEARS of school contributions, the Campbell’s Soup label program is coming to an end. That means we need all Campbell Product UPCs to your child’s teacher prior to CHRISTMAS BREAK. Thank you for your support of this program for the past four decades.

    Students Participated in Special Programs on Final Day

    The National Junior Honor Society conducted their annual winter induction ceremony to begin the last day’s activities.  Congratulations to our new inductees!  Following the NJHS ceremony, Andrew Evans was the winner and Jakeb Wackler was runner-up in our school’s annual Geography Bee.  In the annual Spelling Bee, Lana McAdams won the contest and Carley Combs finished as runner-up.  Great job!  The day concluded with a concert by the 7th and 8th grade Honor Choir and  the movie, Elf.

    Students and Staff Show Holiday Spirit

    A thank-you goes to all students, parents, and staff who donated so generously to the canned food drive sponsored by the National Junior Honor Society.  Special thanks go to Mrs. Weber, Mrs. Metzger, and Honor Society members as a total of 2,117 canned food items were collected, counted, and donated to local church food pantries in the Miami East district.

    Attention Seniors....December is an important deadline month for many college applications!!  Students should plan on getting your applications completed and mailed before Christmas break.  Remember to give at least one week notice to teachers and your counselor for letters of recommendation you will need.  Don’t delay – you don’t want to miss out on any financial help from a college or not be able to get into your first choice college because your application was too late.  If you have questions or need help filling out your application, please see Mr. Rutledge.

    Substitute Custodian
    Have you ever thought about being a substitute custodian? We are currently looking for substitute custodians that can be available on an as needed basis. If interested in becoming a custodian please send an email to Dr. Rappold or call at 937-335-7505.

    2017-2018 Basketball Events

    Friday, December 22 Troy Pop Rocks Jump Rope Performance

    Thursday, January 4 Riverside of Miami County (playing at halftime Res & Var)

    Friday, January 5 Riverside of Miami County (playing at halftime Res & Var)

    Code Club

    Any parent that would be willing to help with Code Club on Wednesdays please contact Mr. Roth at

    Computer Science
    Whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding how technology works. Unfortunately, fewer than half of all schools in the United States teach computer science. That’s why Miami East Elementary School joined in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (December 4-10). Continue to encourage your child to investigate computer science by visiting for details and free activities


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    Progress Book.  For the 2017-2018 school year the Miami East School District will once again utilize Progress Book to updates students and parents regarding grades. Progress Book is a district-wide, web-based solution for K-12 schools. Progress Book enables parents and students to see student progress and see grades online. It can be accessed 24/7 from any internet web-browser.  Please utilize Progress Book to stay updated on your son/daughter’s grades.

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