Midview North students are selling Kalahari tickets for our spring fundraiser! Tickets are $25. Please reach out to a Midview North family if you are interested in purchasing tickets. Thank you for supporting our students!
Help support Midview Special Olympics by getting your very own 2023 Midview Special Olympics T-shirt! Orders will be collected till Friday, March 31st. Go Middies! #WeAreMidview
Please click on the link to access the most recent District Newsletter. https://www.smore.com/cqhx1 Thank you, Bruce
North will be celebrating Read Across America Week starting on Monday, February 27th. We are looking forward to a week of fun and lots of reading! #WeAreMidview
Shoutout to our ready, responsible and respectful Students of the Month for January! Keep up the great work boys and girls! #WeAreMidview
Midview students benefit every day from the leadership and vision of our school board. January is School Board Recognition Month, so take time to thank these dedicated school leaders. #SchoolBoardMonth
Holiday Spirit Week kicks off this Wednesday, December 14th at North! We are excited to see all your favorite holiday outfits! #WeAreMidview
Midview Literacy Night was full of learning experiences for the whole family. Midview High School student volunteers engaged our K-5 students with snowman stem stations. Mr. Cousins, principal at West Elementary, conducted literacy games in the gymnasium. While the students played, parents participated in a variety of learning sessions. Our teachers presented ways parents can support their child's literacy skills at home. At the end of the night every child chose a book to take for their home library.
Congratulations North October Students of the Month! Wonderful job being ready, responsible, and respectful! #WeAreMidview
The district participated in our first professional development day of the academic year on Sept. 19. Staff spent the day learning new skills to implement in their classrooms, collaborating with others and further developing their expertise! Teachers at North Elementary began their first session of Keys to Literacy training as part of Ohio's new Dyslexia Law. Midview Literacy Coach and trainer Chris Bansek led the team through the training's initial modules as well as group work/reflection. MHS teachers spent the morning with Alex Korean from AiEDU examining how Artificial Intelligence can be integrated into engaging lessons and projects for students. Additionally, English teachers continued their work with Dr. Lori Wilfong and Assistant Principal Jason Kaczay researching the latest and greatest instructional strategies!
Join Superintendent Bruce Willingham and Treasurer Mike Resar for informal informational meetings throughout the fall to learn more about Issue 5, the upcoming substitute levy on the November 8 ballot.
A substitute levy on the Nov. 8 ballot will allow Midview Local Schools to maintain current levels of operation. This levy is NOT A NEW TAX on current residents. To learn more about Issue 5, please visit our levy information page: https://www.midviewk12.org/o/district/page/levy-information
Hey Middies! The district has an opening to be a bus driver and guess what, we will even provide you training and support if this is something you are interested in! Check out the positing on the Midview website here: https://www.midviewk12.org/page/employment-opportunities
This week is staff appreciation week. We love our Middies every day but want to especially show our appreciation for all our staff does for our students and families this week! Drop a line below to a special staff member in Midview that has made an impact on you!
Transportation Update: Delays possible on 4/25/22 PM routes. WEST Bus 14 will be split between Bus19 (Brentwood, 57 and Capel) w/minimal delays, Bus 23 (Chamberlain & Crook) w/delays of approximately 10 minutes & Bus 28 (Butternut Ridge, Indian Hollow, Bans & Parsons) w/minimal delays. NORTH Bus 23 will experience minimal delays due to support on another route. As always, thank you for your understanding and support! #WeAreMidview
Transportation Update: Delays possible on 4/14/22 AM routes. Please check messaging from principals regarding building specific bus changes and delay information. As always, thank you for your understanding and support! #WeAreMidview
Rain, rain go away! Unfortunately we will experience some changes to arrival times today. EAST Bus #20 will be split between Bus #18, Bus #26 and Bus #28. Minimal delays are expected. NORTH Bus #20 will be split between Bus #3, Bus #21 and Bus #26. Minimal delays are expected. As always, thank you for your understanding and support! #WeAreMidview
Good afternoon! This afternoon we will experience some changes to arrival times. EAST Bus #12 will be split between Bus #6, Bus #23 and Bus #28. Please expect minimal delays. NORTH Bus #12 will be split between Bus #3, Bus #10 and Bus #26. Please expect minimal delays. As always, thank you for your understanding and support! #WeAreMidview
Good afternoon Middies, Bus 6 and 18 may be late this afternoon due to delays at the JVS. Drop off times may be delayed as much as 20 minutes. Please contact your student's school for more info. We apologize for the inconvenience but appreciate your continued understanding.
Thank you Midview Drama Club for putting on a special preview this afternoon for our North and West students of their “Beauty and the Beast” musical! You don’t want to miss the show this weekend! Tickets are selling fast! #WeAreMidview