Mississinawa Valley

School District

From the Superintendent

Superintendent Messages

Dear Citizens,
We have now finished our 3rd nine weeks, and we are starting the last nine weeks of the 2017-18 school year.  This week we will not have school on Thursday, March 29th, Friday, March 30th, and Monday, April 2nd for the Easter Break. I hope everyone has a safe and wonderful Easter Break.  When we return from break, our testing season will start.  Listed below will be the dates of our end of year testing for each grade and subject area.  Please make sure your son/daughter is here at school on the testing dates, and make sure they eat a good breakfast and get plenty of rest the night before the test.  
Mississinawa Valley School District had their 5th calamity day last week. Hopefully, we are finished with the bad weather season. If we should miss our 6th day, reminder that students in grades K-12 will have to complete their E-Day Assignments or Blizzard bags for the younger students for days #6, #7 and #8.  If we should happen to miss more than 8 days, we will make those days up in accordance to our make-up days on the school calendar. 
 Testing Schedule 
Elementary K-6th Grade Dates:
3rd Grade ELA, 4th Grade ELA                  April 17-18, 2018
5th Grade ELA, 6th Grade ELA                  April 19-20, 2018
3rd Grade Math, 4th Grade Math            April 26-27, 2018
5th Grade Math, 6th Grade Math            April 26-27, 2018
5th Grade Science                                      May 1-2, 2018
Junior/High School Testing Dates:
7th Grade ELA, 8th Grade ELA, ELA I, ELA II            April 10-11, 2018
7th Grade Math, 8th Grade Math, Alg I, Geometry April 17-18, 2018
American History, American Government              April 24-25, 2018
8th Grade Science, Biology                                          May 1-2, 2018
Doug Dunham
Mississinawa Valley School Superintendent  
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.