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    Winter Parent Meeting.

    The OHSAA mandatory parent meetings have been scheduled for any student interested in playing girls’ basketball, boys’ basketball, swimming, cheerleading or wrestling this year.

    The high school parent and student athlete meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 23rd in the high school gymnasium at 6:30 p.m.

    The junior high parent and student athlete meeting will be held on Thursday, October 24th in the junior high gym at 6:00 p.m.


    Thanks to the Maxson Family!

    The Maxson Family recently raffled a hog.  The family and their daughters raised over $3,500.00, which they donated to the Walker Family!!!  Tony Walters from Bethel was the winner.

    Thanks Again, Maxson Family!


    2019 MEHS Homecoming Court 

    Queen Candidates: Paige Blauvelt Nicole Hood Angelique Lemaster Meredith McDowell Sylvia Mitchell Gabrielle Hawkins

    King Candidates: Grahm Clawson Ty Fetters Hunter Gross Aaron Lawrence Neil Pohl James Rowley

    2019 MEHS Homecoming Court Freshmen: Emma Bowman Lindi Snodgrass Sophomores: Lexi Stevens Jenna Leblanc Juniors: Erin Hamby Bridget Paton


    Veterans Day Breakfast

    It is with great pleasure to invite Veterans and Active Military Personnel that reside in the Miami East School District or graduated from Miami East Schools to the Miami East Veterans Day Breakfast.  Spouses are always welcome to attend.  The breakfast will take place on Friday, November 8th at 8:30am in the MEHS cafeteria.  Please help spread the word so that Miami East can recognize those who deserve the honor. 


    This year the Miami East Elementary is participating in the Habitat Heroes Program sponsored by the Miami County Park District.  The students are enjoying, learning and participating in many wonderful activities and taking a field trip to learn about the importance of our pollinators.


    Miami East Youth Wrestling Registration

    Wednesday, October 16th        6:00-7:30 p.m.            Board of Education Cafe


    Students in grades 6-8 can sign up to become a “Safe Sitter” with 3 classes held on Tuesdays, October 1, 8 & 15 at the Piqua YWCA.   Class sessions are from 4-6 pm.


    A quick and easy way to get your company logo/name in the pockets of over 1,000 Miami East Residents is to advertise on the Miami East Athletic “pocket” calendars.  If you are interested in learning more about this marketing opportunity, contact Cris Snider or Scott Donaldson with the Miami East Athletic Department at   335-7070.


    news 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. 
     
    Are you Interested in receiving a Bi-Weekly Miami East Newsletter? Stay up to date with what is new on campus by subscribing to the e-newsletter

    If you are interested in receiving the bi-weekly email newsletter on current district happenings from our Superintendent, Dr. Rappold, send him your email address by typing "Mailing List" in the memo box.

    Please email Dr. Rappold @ trappold@miamieast.k12.oh.us with your name and email address.

     

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    How do our parents sign up to receive One Call Now text messages?

    By texting the word ALERT to 22300


    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 @trappold@miamieast.k12.oh.us


    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 trappold@miamieast.k12.oh.us

    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 trappold@miamieast.k12.oh.us


    Athletic Passes.  Viking fans may purchase a limited season pass.  These punch passes are only good for 10 admissions, but those can be any home sporting event.  Punch passes may be purchased for students or adults, high school or junior high events.  The price for an adult pass for high school games is $54, while a student pass for high school games is $20.  The cost of an adult pass for junior high games will be $36, while a student pass for junior high games will be $20.

    Twitter

    Follow Miami East on Twitter.  To stay updated on upcoming events and great things happening at our school, follow us @
    @MiamiEastJH
    @MiamiEastEL
    @MiamiEastHS



    District-wide Assembly to Honor Miami East for Momentum Award

    Charlotte McGuire, State Board of Education Representative for District 3, will present Miami East with a Momentum Award on Friday, March 23rd in the HS gym.  Students from the K-8 building will join high school students in the special assembly.  The Momentum Award recognizes exceptional performance by schools for receiving A’s on each Value-Added measure on the state report card. Congratulations to all Miami East students, parents, and staff!


    newsletter

    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. trappold@miamieast.k12.oh.us


    Follow Miami East on Twitter.  To stay updated on upcoming events and great things happening at our school, follow us @
              @MiamiEastJH
              @MiamiEastEL
              @MiamiEastHS


    Progress Book.  For the 2019-2020 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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