WOEA Day – No School for Students. There will be NO SCHOOL for Miami East students on Monday, October 19th, due to WOEA (Western Ohio Education Association) Day. This is an in-service day for teachers in the area.
Just a reminder, this cannot be stressed enough. Repeat after me...if anyone in your household is being tested...everyone needs to stay home until you receive the results. If in doubt… please contact Dr. Rappold before sending your son/daughter to school. It takes everyone’s teamwork to ensure everyone is safe.
Title 1 Services
The Miami East Board of Education uses the federally funded Title 1 program to assist in meeting the reading needs of our students. The Title 1 instructors, along with the classroom teacher, assesses and works with students, parents and other staff members to meet the needs of selected students. At Miami East Elementary, Title 1 funds are used to target and assist selected K-3 students. If your child qualifies for services, you will be contacted by our Title 1 reading instructors.
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 @email@example.com.
Bus Drivers Needed
Do you want to be a Bus Driver? Fill out an application today in the Miami East Board Office. We need conscientious and safe minded drivers today!
Miami East Athletics
Community, Parents, Athletes, & Staff,
Governor DeWine announced an order that allows Ohio schools to move forward with all fall sports. In that order, is a wide assortment of safety protocols and attendance restrictions that all schools must follow. The purpose for this post today is to inform you of the policies and procedures we will be instituting at our athletic events.
ME Fall Athletic Plans:
-Coaches/Advisors will relay ticket info to all players/families for home and away events
-No senior citizen or any other passes will be accepted
-No general admission sales
-All in attendance must wear a mask
-Follow social distancing guidelines
Progress Book….now you know the grades
Have you ever had this conversation with your son/daughter? “How are you doing in school…followed by I don’t know?”
For the past sixteen years, Miami East has utilized an online gradebook to grant parent and student access to grades. Progress Book parent access enables parents and students to see student progress and see grades online. It can be accessed 24/7 from any internet web-browser
ONE CALL NOW
The Miami East School District will periodically utilize the One Call Now system to relay information to parents. The alerts will be sent to your home phone number.
If you would like to switch your home phone number to a cell number instead…simply contact Dr. Rappold with that change at firstname.lastname@example.org
Even if you updated your phone number last year, please contact Dr. Rappold with any phone number you want listed other than your home number this year. This update must be completed every year. Simply contact Dr. Rappold with that change and the name of your son/daughter at email@example.com
Substitute Custodians Needed
Do you want to be a substitute custodian? Fill out an application today in the Miami East Board Office.
If you are not receiving our E-Newsletter, you are missing out on up-to-date information in the District. Sign-up for the bi-weekly newsletter by e-mailing Dr. Rappold your email address. firstname.lastname@example.org
Progress Book. For the 2020-2021 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.