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Junior High Construction Addition Progress

A. Terrazzo work is complete.

B. Rubber base has been installed in classrooms.

C. Casework has been installed.

D. Marker Boards and Tack Boards have been installed.

E. Signage was installed.

F. Doors and hardware have been installed.

G. Receptacles were installed.


 

Ranking Ohio’s school districts from 1 to 607 based on the stars they received on new state report cards

Posted Sep. 16, 2022 Cleveland.com

While the new Ohio school report card gives a star rating to various categories, there is no overall star grade assigned for this year. So cleveland.com calculated the total score for all 607 districts reported to show which schools scored the best across the board.

The Miami East Local School District Ranked #32 out of 607 School Districts statewide.

Not only was the District #1 in Miami County, Miami East High School scored 5 stars (highest rating possible) in all areas of the report card (Achievement, Progress and Gap Closing).   In the area of "Progress", there was "significant evidence" that students made more progress than expected.  In addition, MEHS had a 99% graduation rate. 


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Have you updated your information in FinalForms yet?  All parents in grades 1st thru 12th are required every year to verify and update information in FinalForms as soon as possible for the 2022-23 school year to ensure that they receive important school updates.


Vaccinations.  7th and 12th graders are required to turn in their vaccinations.  If you have any questions, please contact the building's office.


WiFi Updates across the District .Miami East recently replaced the entire WiFi infrastructure within the district.  This project updated a system meant to provide "coverage" and replaced it with a system that is capable operating at twice the speed!  The new system involves 130 Extreme Networks access points placed throughout the district including one in every classroom.  The system is monitored in real time with 24x7 support and replacement in the event that issues arise.


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.


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.  Even if you updated your phone number last year, please contact the superintendent's office with any phone number you want listed other than your home number this year.  This update must be completed every year.  Simply contact the office.


Progress Book.  For the 2023-24 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.