As we return from the holiday break, I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year, and I hope everyone had a great and safe holiday season! At Mississinawa Valley, we are now gearing up for the remainder of the 2016-2017 school year.
Due to the calamity day and 2 hour delay the week before break, high school exams will now be on January 12th and 13th, 2017, and the first semester will end on January 13, 2017. We will not have school on Monday January 16th and Tuesday January 17th, 2017 due to Martin Luther King Day, and a Waiver Day.
I want to highlight some of the activites/events Mississianwa Valley Schools has participated in and completed: First, I want to thank the voters who helped pass the Income Tax Renewal in November. By passing the renewal, this will assist us in continuing to offer programs for our students. Some of the other activities are: our Future Farmers of America (FFA) organization held their annual Fall Fair, attended National FFA Conference, and provided Meals in the Field for farmers during the fall harvest; our National Honor Society inducted 6 new members during their induction ceremony; the Mississinawa Valley Elementary held their annual Family Fun Night. These are just a few of the great activies/events that Mississinawa Valley Schools held this past fall and winter so far. Please keep an eye on the calendar for other activities coming up.
I look forward to a successful second half of the 2016-2017 school year, and it is a pleasure to observe each day the Missisinawa Valley School District's teachers, administrators, secretaries, custodians, food service workers, and bus drivers give 100% for our students every day!
If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to contact me at 937-968-5656 or by email at [email protected]
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.