As we work through this unprecedented time, this Coronavirus webpage has been created as a "one-stop shop" to log all district updates as well as relay accurate and timely information from local health departments and the CDC on this issue. All email communications coming from the district will include a link back to this website for further information.
Thank you for your support and understanding during this time of rapidly changing information and circumstances.
Madeira City Schools 4th Quarter Grading Procedures
Please click here to view our detailed plan for 4th quarter grading.
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Madeira City School District Coronavirus FAQs
Please click here to view the FAQ created from parent and student questions.
Daily Learning Activities for Families
There are several authors and organizations that are hosting daily live activities for families. As you are looking to set new routines for your families, we thought it may be helpful to build this list of daily activities for families. Resources are listed here.
Madeira Student Meal Support
We are pleased to provide meals to any family who may have a need through our partner Milford Food Service beginning March 30th. Student meal support will begin March 30 - April 3 and support may be requested in two different ways:
1. Fill out this simple confidential survey by 9:00 AM Monday morning 3/30/20 - Madeira Meal Support Survey
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2. Call Milford Food Service's Peggy Parson at 513-576-2291 by 9:00 AM on Monday 3/30/20. If you are calling, please leave a message stating that you are from Madeira with your child's first and last name as well as indicating if there are any food allergies.
Once you have indicated your need for meal support, you will not need to contact us each day. Our current plan is to have meals delivered to students' homes via school van. If you have questions, please email Assistant Superintendent Dave Bergan at email@example.com
Mental Health Support
Ways to cope for young adults and school-age children are available through MindPeace, focusing on the improvement and expansion of school-based mental health services. MindPeace Rooms™ are usually physical spaces available in a school to allow for students to decompress and practice social-emotional and resiliency skills. While these spaces are unavailable during this time, MindPeace wants to make sure that you and your family have resources available to promote this type of learning. Virtual rooms are provided for Kindergarten through 2nd Grade, 3rd through 6th Grade, and 7th through 12th Grade.
Also accessible are student Calming Activities to calm your mind and body, Mindfulness to practice deep breathing and recognize and control your body, Movement to help decrease stress and release energy, Refocusing to think about something else, and Understand Your Feelings to recognize your emotions.