Mississinawa Valley


School District

From the Superintendent

Superintendent Messages

Mr. Doug Dunham Superintendent

Dear Citizens,
I want to wish everyone a safe and relaxing summer break! It is hard to believe that my first year as the Mississinawa Valley Local School's Superintendent is over.  I want to thank all of the parents, community members, staff, and students for making my first year a very enjoyable one. I am looking forward to continuing to keep Mississinawa Valley Local Schools moving in the right direction. 
 
I want to wish the Class of 2017 the very best in their future endeavors.  We will miss them in our building each day. We look forward in watching each  class member become productive citizens, and we invite them to become members of the Mississinwa Valley Alumni.  
 
I look forward to the students and staff returing in August, and we will be prearing for next school year by cleaning the buildings, completing routine maintenance, and preparing for next school year. Open House will be held on Monday, August 28, 2017, and the first day for students will be Tuesday, August 29, 2017.  
 
Again, everyone have a safe summer, and we will see everyone in August!
 
Thanks
Doug Dunham
Mississinawa Valley School Superintendent  
 
 
 
If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to contact me at 937-968-5656 or by email at [email protected]
 
Thanks
  
Mr. Doug Dunham
Mississinawa Valley Local Schools 937-968-5656  
 
 
 
School Closings and Delays Mississinawa Valley has implemented the Instant Connect Voice Dial System which is a great asset for parents and staff. Parents and students are also encouraged to listen to the radio or TV stations for the latest school delays, early release or closing information. A decision to delay or close school is usually made by 6:15 a.m. Parents should make pre-arranged plans for unscheduled emergencies.