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SAY SOMETHING WEEK KICKS OFF TODAY
Patricia Perry, a professional from the Sandy Hook Promise organization spoke with Maumee parents about the program students are participating in this week. "Say Something" teaches students how to look for warning signs, signals and threats from others who may want to hurt themselves or those around them and to say something to a trusted adult to get help to handle a potentially critical situation. When it comes to violence, suicide and threats, most are known about in advance by at least one other individual. VIEW DR. PERRY'S PRESENTATION.  
You are invited to Walk Indoors at 2 School District Buildings
Residents of the school district are invited to walk indoors this fall and winter. To view the walking schedule - LINK HERE
'Say Something Week' Parent Meeting Thurs., Oct. 12 @ 7:30 p.m., Performing Arts Center

A professional from the Sandy Hook Promise organization will be speaking to parents about the SAY SOMETHING program that students in grades 6 - 12 will participate in next week. SAY SOMETHING teaches students how to look for warning signs, signals and threats from others who may want to hurt themselves or those around them. It teaches students to say something to a trusted adult to get help to handle a potentially critical situation. We know that when it comes to violence, suicide and threats, most are known about in advance by at least one other individual.

Indoor Walking Starts Next Week at Middle School and Administration Office Building
See Maumee City Schools 2017-18 Indoor Walking Schedule. Walking begins Monday, October 16. LINK HERE
In Case You Missed Unveiling of Kazmaier Stadium Renewal Project Last Night ....
Check out this 360 degree view of the project
Please consider making a donation to this project via Maumee's Panther Pride Foundation. LINK HERE. 
Mark Your Calendar. No School Oct. 11 & Nov. 7
Both dates are staff professional development days for the entire district. No school (K-12). 
Maumee HS Accepts Goodwill Pass It On Challenge
It’s time for the Goodwill “Pass it on Challenge” brought to you by 13abc!  A Goodwill donation trailer will be placed at Maumee High School beginning Monday, October 23. During the week, Goodwill attendants will accept donations of clothing, household items and furniture. On Friday, October 27 (early morning) the trailer will be weighed and the school that has collected the most weight will be announced as the winner of that week’s challenge. The winner will receive a $500 scholarship from Goodwill and 13abc! The Winner will be announced game day, Oct 27, between Perrysburg and Maumee. Let's BEAT PERRYSBURG.
Exciting Project Unveiling Set for Oct. 6
October 6 is a big day for Maumee City Schools. And, a community event is planned just prior to Maumee's Homecoming football game. Come to MHS and visit the Panther Pride Foundation community tent to see the unveiling of something really exciting for MHS. Festivities begin at 4:30. Kick-off at 7 p.m. Don't miss the fun and excitement.
Feed My Starving Children Meal Build Sponsors Needed

Maumee City Schools is joining other community groups to assemble and ship at least 225,000 meals to some of the most malnourished children in the world so $50,000 is needed. Every 4th and 5th grade Maumee student will take a shift packing meals as part of a service learning project that increases their awareness of the problem of global hunger, while giving them the opportunity to help through service. MORE INFORMATION

 

Maumee Community Coffee Chat Scheduled
Superintendent Todd Cramer will be at Biggby Coffee (306 West Dussel) on Friday, September 29 from 7 - 8:30 a.m. to talk with members of the community. Plan to come out and have your questions about the school district answered. 
9/15 Maumee Mayhem Tailgate -                            DON'T MISS THIS !!!
MHS Food Truck
REMINDER: No School 9/13/17
No School (K-12). Staff professional development day.
#MaumeeMayhem Tailgate Party Back on 9/1/17
maumee mayhem tailgate party 9/1/17
Hurricane Relief Collection Extended Until 9/8

Due to overwhelming support, the MCS/Impact for Hope "Bucket Brigade" effort is being EXTENDED until September 8. MHS's Interact Club is coordinating the collection of supplies to assist the victims of the Texas hurricane. Please consider filling a 5-gallon bucket (with a lid) with requested/needed items: FLYER WITH DETAILS

No School (K-12) Sept. 4 and Sept. 13
Labor Day is Mon., Sept. 4 AND there is a staff professional development day scheduled on Wed., Sept. 13. No school for students in all grades on both these days. 
Maumee Schools has a new APP.
Please download our free APP so we can stay intouch and share important (and fun) information. Just search Maumee City Schools.
Maumee Launches new smart phone app
Nomination Deadline Extended to August 30 ...
Consider Nominating Maumee High School Grad for Distinguished Alumnus Award ... The Distinguished Alumnus Award recognizes alumni who have demonstrated excellence in their adult lives and who are successful in the areas of business, industry, the military, education, nonprofit service organizations, the arts, community service, politics and the like. NOMINATION FORM
Let's Cover Our Town With Panther Paws ...
"A Panther Lives Here” yard sign fundraiser is underway. Maumee Panthers of all ages are invited to order a personalized panther paw for their front yard. Funds raised support the middle school and high school orchestra program. Personalized signs are $30. ORDER FORM
Some Bus Numbers Have Been Modified
Updated bus numbers can be viewed in PowerSchool or here on the website.  If you checked with a transportation staff member at registration, you will have the most up-to-date information already. If you only checked in PowerSchool prior to today, please check again as some bus numbers have been changed. Elementary Bus #'s, Middle School Bus #'s, High School Bus #'s
School Begins Next Week!
Wednesday, August 16 - FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL GRADES 1 – 9, Link Crew, Students in all grades who are new to MHS

Thursday, August 17 - FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL GRADES 10 – 12 (returning students)

Monday, August 21 - FIRST REGULAR DAY FOR ALL KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS. Kindergarten students have a staggered start to the year on either August 16 or August 17 or August 18. This information will be posted at Fairfield and Fort Miami on August 11 (after 4 p.m.).
School Open Houses Set for Next Week

Fairfield Open House August 15 -- 4–5:30 p.m. 
Fort Miami Open House August 15 -- 4–5:30 p.m. 
Wayne Trail Open House August 15 -- 6–7:30 p.m.
Gateway Open House August 15 -- 5–7 p.m. 
Students and parents will meet teachers and may drop off school supplies.

Maumee High School Open House August 23 -- 7 – 8 p.m.

Free & Reduced Meal Program Information
Maumee Schools 2017-18 program year policy for free and reduced-price meals for students unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program. 
Consider Nominating MHS Grad for Distinguished Alumnus Award
The Distinguished MHS Alumnus Award recognizes alumni who have demonstrated excellence in their adult lives and who are successful in the areas of business, industry, the military, education, nonprofit service organizations, the arts, community service, politics and the like. The deadline to nominate a graduate is August 15. Questions should be directed to: nsayre@maumeek12.org.
DETAILS AND NOMINATION FORM
PAST RECIPIENTS
Upcoming MHS Class Reunions in 2017

Please help us share out this information for 2017 reunions

1967 - 50th class reunion 8/17-8/20. Contact kjgsail@gmail.com for details.

1987 - 30th class reunion on 7/29. Contact rdiegel@sbcglobal.net for details.

1992 - 25th class reunion on 8/12. Contact aprsupermom@buckeye-express.com for details.

1997 - 20th class reunion on 7/22. Contact ermire30@gmail.com for details.

Amazing Photos from Maumee Schools 2017 Summer Camp
Use this link: 
https://sites.google.com/mcspanthers.org/
summercampstudents/space-rocketry
Kids Eat Lunch Free This Summer!

Summer Food Service Programs are available across Lucas County, with a new site added this year within the Maumee City School District at All Saints Lutheran Church, 5445 Heatherdowns Boulevard. Monday-Friday, June 5, 2017 through August 11, 2017Noon to 1 p.m. FLYER WITH DETAILS

Maumee Schools Releases Spring 2017 Quality Profile
Read about Maumee Schools' successes this school year and see photos of some of the amazing young people who attend this community's public school system. QUALITY PROFILE
MHS Named One of Best High Schools in Lucas County
Maumee High School is ranked with best schools in Lucas County by U.S. News & World Report. MHS is #100 in Ohio, an improvement over last year’s ranking at #212. This places MHS at 1,918th nationally. U.S. News reviewed 28,496 U.S. public high schools; 384 Ohio schools made their rankings. MHS is #100. For more information: 
www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/ohio
Consider Being Sponsor or Player in 25th Anniversary Kazmaier Golf Outing this June
The silver anniversary Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing is Monday, June 5, 2017. All proceeds fund scholarships for Maumee High School scholar athletes. SPONSORSHIP & GOLFER INFORMATION PACKET.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Coming to Maumee
Orchestra students from Maumee High School and Gateway Middle School are holding a Krispy Kreme doughnut sale to raise funds for instruments. The doughnuts will be fresh from the Krispy Kreme store in Allen Park, Michigan and on sale Saturday, May 20 in front of Gateway Middle School (900 Gibbs Street, Maumee)  – drive thru style – from 8:30 a.m.-11 a.m. Maumee orchestra students will be there to greet you and say “thanks.” 

Don’t eat doughnuts? Stop buy and donate a dozen to Cherry Street Mission. Students will be delivering the donated doughnuts on Saturday afternoon. Traditional glazed doughnuts are $8 per dozen and specialty doughnuts are $10 per dozen. Available Krispy Kreme specialty varieties will include: chocolate iced, raspberry filled, lemon filled, and cream filled. Pre-sale orders are encouraged as quantities will be limited on May 20. ORDER FORM
Important Summers Dates for Parents:

Back-to-School Registrations Days 
Tues, Aug. 8 from 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Wed., Aug. 9 from 2 - 6:30 p.m. @ Maumee High School

First Day of School
Wed., Aug. 16, 2017 (K-9)
Thurs., Aug. 17, 2017 (10-12)

It is Kindergarten Roundup Time in Maumee
All resident children who will be five-years-old on or prior to August 1, 2016 are eligible to attend our kindergarten program. Unless a child successfully completes a kindergarten program, he or she is not permitted to enter the first grade. Watch a video, "A Day in the Life of a Maumee Kindergarten Student."

Link to student enrollment page
Public Hearing Regarding School Year Calendar
Per Ohio Revised Code 3313.48, the Maumee Schools Board of Education is holding a school calendar public hearing on Monday, April 24 at 4:30 p.m. Addressed at the meeting will be topics that include, but are not limited to, the total number of hours in a school year, length of school day, and beginning and end dates of instruction. 
MHS Announces Youth Sports Camps - May thru July
Tennis, Basketball, Golf, Volleyball, Soccer & Football camps under the direction of MHS varsity coach in each sport. CAMP BROCHURE
Maumee Parents Were Emailed Link to Perception Survey
If you did not receive a Parent Perception Survey link via SchoolMessenger email, please check your settings and make sure your email address is correctly entered. You access your SchoolMessenger account through your PowerSchool Parent Portal. 
Next Community Coffee Chat Set for April 20
Save the date .... our next coffee chat will be held at Mama C's Donuts (924 Conant Street) on April 20 from 7:00 - 8:30 a.m. Maumee Mayor Rich Carr will be joining Maumee Schools Superintendent Dr. Cramer. Stop by for just a few minutes to get your questions answered, or stay to talk with everyone who attends. 
Admission Now Charged for Spring Sports

All Northern Lakes League (NLL) schools are now charging admission for baseball, softball, track & field, and lacrosse. Ticket prices are determined by the NLL and are $5 for students/senior citizens and $7 for adults. If you have a Maumee All-Sports Pass, that will cover admission charges for home sporting events this spring. This pass will not cover admission charges at away contests. Senior citizens (over 60-years-old) who are residents of the school district are eligible for a Golden Panther card and card holders are invited to attend athletic contests free of charge. For more information about obtaining a Golden Panther card: 419-893-3200. 

 
UPS Donates $15,000 to Panther Pride Foundation

The Panther Pride Foundation received a $15,000 grant from The UPS Foundation, which drives global corporate citizenship and philanthropic programs for UPS (NYSE:UPS). The money will be used to expand the Maumee High School Media Center into a Learning Commons area to create an extreme interactive common area with a MakerSpace/STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) space for collaborative student interactions. READ FULL STORY.

Public Hearing Re: Federal Programs - March 27
The school district is accepting public input regarding expenditure of federal grant funds including: Title I, Title II-A Improving Teacher Quality, Title III (Limited English Proficient), Part B-IDEA Special Education, and Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE). A hearing will be held at 4 p.m. on Monday, March 27, 2017 @ 716 Askin St., Maumee. If you are not able to attend but have suggestions or questions, please send them to Nancy Sayre, Federal Programs Supervisor (nsayre@maumeek12.org) or 716 Askin Street, Maumee, Ohio 43537.
OUR WELLNESS CHALLENGE IS UNDERWAY
Click here if you want to see weekly goal!
Athletic Boosters Announce Annual Mulch Sale
Mulch Order Form
Dance-A-Thon to Support Elementary Music Program is March 10 at Maumee High School
Event Flyer & Pre-Sale Ticket Order Form
Death of Maumee High School Student

Maumee High School students and staff are grieving the loss of senior Collin Doyle who died early Thursday morning. A team of school counselors from across the school district as well as mental health counselors and area clergy are assembled at Maumee High School and support will continue to be available during the coming days. Maumee High School will also have counselors available this evening (2/23/17) from 6 - 8 p.m. in the high school library for students, staff and members of the community who wish to gather or receive counseling support. Entry to the library will be through Door #1 at the front of the school building. Please keep the Doyle family in your thoughts and be sensitive to their privacy.

MHS Coffee House 2017
Coffee House will be held on February 23 in the Performing Arts Center. Doors open at 6 p.m., performances begin at 7 p.m. $5 admission includes desserts, coffee & a music filled night. 50/50 raffle and basket raffles as well! Don't miss this wonderful event to support MHS choirs.
Incoming Kindergarten Parent Meeting Set

Link to details about parent meeting on March 9 @ 6:30 p.m. 

Junior Panther Basketball Night is February 10
Players receive free admission if wearing their team jersey and will be introduced to the fans. Event flyer w/ details.

No School (K-12) on February 2, 2017
Thursday, February 2 is a staff professional development day and there will be no school for all students in Maumee.
Growing Up in 2017 - A Community Conversation
Link to Event Flyer for Parent/Student presentation on January 25. Presentations on these topics: Social & Emotional Issues teens and preteens face today, Technology Temptations – dangers parents may not even be aware exist, Drugs & Alcohol – from street drugs to prescription medication abuse. The format for the evening will be brief presentations on all three topics, followed by breakout sessions so that parents/students may select the two topics they most want to dig deeper into with experts.
Accepting Bids for Lighting & Energy Saving Project

The Board of Education of Maumee City Schools will be accepting bids for all labor services necessary for an LED Lighting & Energy Saving Improvements project at Maumee High School, Fairfield Elementary School, Gateway Middle School, Union Elementary School, Wayne Trail Elementary School, Fort Miami Elementary School, District Bus Garage. 
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ns7jqzp3svxzeny/-AAAZ9yXHPKbQiS7ooJXjQowa?dl=0

Toledo Blade Editorial in Support of Maumee's New Random Drug Testing Policy

link to full article
, "Saving Young Lives"
Dance Clinic for Children at MHS on 1-21-17
Maumee High School Dance Team is offering a clinic for children age 3 - grade 8 on Saturday, January 21. FLYER
Job Fair for Substitute Positions on Jan 25
MORE INFORMATION
SAVE THE DATE: Community Night on Jan. 6 Features Wellness Fair, Fun Zone & Spaghetti Dinner!
Here are details about Community Night on Friday, January 6 from 5 - 7 p.m. at Maumee High Schools. FLYER
Dr. Cramer's "STATE OF THE DISTRICT" Video
Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbyaBJ8Qpgs&t=1s
Holiday Music Programs Begin Tonight
Fa la la !! Maumee's season of holiday concerts kicks off tonight with a Wayne Trail musical program in the Performing Arts Center. Check the UPCOMING EVENTS calendar at the right for a complete list of shows/times.
844-SAFEROH Tip Line
Remember Maumee's anonymous TIP LINE to report anything suspicious or endangering to you, your friends, your school. Informational flyer.
You are Cordially Invited to Attend ....
2017 Maumee High School Hall of Fame Induction and Distinguished Alumnus Award Ceremony. January 28, 2017. Winners will also be recognized at halftime of the basketball game on January 27. 
List of winners & ticket order form
INVITATION: To Community Coffee Chat With Superintendent
Wed., Dec. 7, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Maumee Senior Center. 
Maumee Superintendent Todd Cramer will hold an informal COFFEE CHAT at the Maumee Senior Center on December 7. Coffee and pastries will be provided. Interested senior citizens and anyone from the community is invited to stop in and have your questions answered.
Maumee School Board Considering Random Drug Testing Program for 2017-18 School Year

We believe our schools should reflect our community norms and beliefs, including promoting a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. Maumee City Schools is considering a student drug testing program to begin at the start of the 2017-18 school year. Information was presented to the Maumee Board of Education on November 21 and will be discussed again on December 12, 2016.
READ FULL STORY 
PROPOSED POLICY
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Links to PARENT & STUDENT Satisfaction Surveys Currently Underway
Students will be taking a satisfaction survey in class in the next few days. If parents want to review student questions, use the links below. AND .... PARENTS WE WANT YOUR INPUT. Please complete the parent survey. You should have received a School Messenger email alert with a link to the parent survey. Deadline is December 9.
Student Survey Grade 2 - 5: 
https://goo.gl/forms/wI5EdvvSIaOLEPUt2
Student Survey Grades 6 - 12: 
https://goo.gl/forms/HKrYFOmwApmJNtV52
PARENT SURVEY:
 https://goo.gl/forms/zXsPgam2sQBClWPG3

Meeting for Parents of Freshman Students - 1 to 1 Technology

You will be Introduced to Maumee’s New 1 to 1 Technology Initiative & Sign up for your Child to Participate. Meetings are December 1 from 6 – 7 p.m. in the MHS Cafeteria or December 5 from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. in the Performing Arts Center at MHS. READ  MORE

Save the date ...
Veterans Appreciation
Substitute Employees Needed by School District
Substitute teachers are needed.  A valid Ohio teaching license/substitute teaching license is required. Daily rate of pay is $95. Substitute operational employees are also needed. A high school diploma is required. Substitute operational positions include: classroom assistant, buildings & grounds, food service, clerical, clerk librarian, school bus monitor, and playground monitor. Hourly rates of pay range from $9.01 - $12.16. If you are interested in subbing in Maumee, please login to the EMPLOYMENT page of the school district website and complete an online application.
View Maumee Schools Strategic Plan
Maumee City Schools has adopted a three-year strategic plan around six specific goals that support our mission, vision and core beliefs. Click on the link below to view the plan. 
2016-2019 District Strategic Plan

No School on November 8
There will be no school for students in kindergarten – 12th grade on Tuesday, November 8 due to a staff professional development day. Nov. 8 is also Election Day; exercise your right to vote.
Junior Panther Basketball Update

Reminder:  Junior Panther Basketball Registration for both girls & boys grades 2 - 5 will be November 3 and 10 from 6 - 8 pm at Maumee High School. Enter through door #28 for registration in the MHS cafeteria. Registration fees will be $60 per player this season. Please bring cash or check payable to Maumee High School. Additional information will be available at registration.

Maumee High School Fall Play

Maumee High School will perform four shows of The Odd Couple in November. Maumee residents who are senior citizens are invited to a dessert reception before the production on Fri., Nov 4. Reception at 6:15 pm. RSVPs for the reception are required.
419-893-3200. Email maumeehsdrama@gmail.com for ticket information!

Performances: Fri., Nov 4. at 7 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 5 – at 2:30 and 7 p.m.
Sun. Nov. 6 – at 2:30 p.m.

Website Search Feature ....
Looking for something specific on the Maumee Schools website? Consider using the SEARCH feature in the upper right hand corner. Enter a key word and you should find any and all references to the topic you are searching. If not, email questions to the webiste administrator nsayre@maumeek12.org.
INVITATION: To Community Coffee Chat With Dr. Cramer

The community is invited to a Coffee Chat with Maumee City Schools Superintendent Todd Cramer on Wednesday, October 19 at Biggby Coffee in Parkway Plaza. Dr. Cramer and Maumee Schools Technology Director Jason Dugan will be at Biggby from 6:30 – 8:30 a.m. to answer questions and meet with members of the Maumee community.  

No School:  October 12 & November 8

There will be no school for students in kindergarten – 12th grade on Wednesday, October 12 because of a staff professional development day. If you want to mark your calendars, Tuesday, November 8 is also a staff professional development day and there will be no school for students in all grades. 

J.V. Football Game Moved to GMS on October 1
The Maumee High School Junior Varsity football game set for tomorrow morning (Oct. 1) at 10 a.m. will be played at the Gateway Middle School field. Bring a chair.
Schools Need Items for Maker Spaces
The district is asking for Maker Space donations. Needed items include: simple tools, fabrics, paper, paints, electronic components. A wish list of 90 items can be found on FLYER CENTRAL. These donations can also be taken to school buildings or the Administration Offices at any time during the school year.
Want to Tour Maumee High School?
The Panther Pride Foundation and student members of the MHS Interact Club (youth Rotary) are giving tours of Maumee High School. The first tour is September 15, 3 p.m. Enter MHS through door #1. Refreshments and a Q & A session will follow. RSVPs not required, but inquiries can be sent to sotis@maumeek12.org. Future tours dates: November 21 and February 7.
MakerSpace Items Needed for all Schools
The district is asking for Maker Space donations. Needed items include things like: simple tools, fabrics, paper, paints, electronic components. A wish list of 90 items can be found on FLYER CENTRAL. These donations can also be taken to school buildings or the Administration Offices at any time during the school year.
Check Your Child's Open House Schedule
Back-to-school open houses listed in this flyer.
School Supplies and Maker Space Supplies Needed By Maumee Schools

Families and the community are asked to consider donating school supplies for families suffering financial hardship this school year. School supplies can be taken to any Maumee school or the Administration Office by August 15 so that supplies can be passed out to families on Registration Days scheduled for August 16 & 17. 

The district is also asking for Maker Space donations. Needed items include things like: simple tools, fabrics, paper, paints, electronic components. A wish list of 90 items can be found on FLYER CENTRAL. These donations can also be taken to school buildings. Elementary offices reopen on August 9

Interviewing Candidates for Substitute Teaching Positions
Maumee City Schools is interviewing candidates for substitute teaching positions for the 2016-17 school year. If you are interested in sub-teaching in Maumee, login to the EMPLOYMENT page of the school district website and complete an application. Only online applications can be accepted. A valid Ohio teaching license/substitute teaching license is required. Daily rate of pay is $95.
Interviewing Candidates for Substitute Operational Positions - See List of Jobs Below

Maumee City Schools is interviewing candidates for substitute operational employees for the 2016-17 school year. If you are interested, login to the EMPLOYMENT page of the school district website and complete an online application. A high school diploma is required. Substitute positions include: classroom assistant, buildings & grounds, food service, clerical, clerk librarian, school bus monitor, and playground monitor. Hourly rates of pay range from $9.01 - $12.16

REMINDER .... Additional Vaccination Required for Incoming 7th and 12th Grade Students
A new Ohio law requires that incoming 12th grade students have a booster dose of the Meningitis vaccine (unless the first dose was given after his/her 16th birthday) and that incoming 7th grade students have a Tdap vaccine booster shot and a Meningitis shot. Students will not be permitted to be in school without these vaccines being up to date. For more information: 419-213-4121 or http://www.lucascountyhealth.com/
Low Income Children Eligible for Summer Meals

Low income Ohio children ages 1 - 18 are eligible for free meals during the summer at participating program sites. Also, individuals who are ages 19 - 21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following IEPs through their current enrollment in educational programs also are eligible. For more information or to find a location near you call 1-866-3-HUNGRY (486479). Link here for website with additional information.

Last Week of School Flyer Coming Home w/ Students
Students in kindergarten through 8th grade will be receiving a flyer on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday this week. It includes includes important summer dates and information for families. Here is a link to the flyer. Have a safe and wonderful summer break.  
NEW for School Year 2016-17 Additional Vaccination Required for Incoming 7th and 12th Grade Students

A new Ohio law requires that incoming 12th grade students have a booster dose of the Meningitis vaccine (unless the first dose was given after his/her 16th birthday) and that incoming 7th grade students have a Tdap vaccine booster shot and a Meningitis shot. Students will not be permitted to be in school without these vaccines being up to date. For more information: 419-213-4121 or http://www.lucascountyhealth.com/

School Year Calendar for 2016-17 Has Been Revised

The calendar for School Year 2016-2017 has been revised. Please note that the first day of school this August has been moved up one day for students in all grades. Also, winter break has been modified and the last day of the school year changed. Link here to see the 2016-2017 Maumee City Schools School Year Calendar

Support Maumee Schools Foundation Just By Shopping at The Andersons
The Andersons has pledged up to $10,000 to the Maumee Schools Foundation this school year. Just show a SHOP & EARN text message when you check out. The Maumee Schools Foundation automatically receives a portion of your sale total!! If you do not have a smart phone - ask cashier to ring in customer #1-1-1 
Informational Flyer
SUMMER YOUTH SPORTS CAMPS Announced
Maumee High School announces 2016 SUMMER SPORTS CAMPS in basketball, football, golf, soccer, tennis and volleyball. Camps for students in 1st - 12th grade!  camp brochure
Visit FLYER CENTRAL if you missed flyers sent via email to parents ...
There are many exciting special events coming up before the end of the school year - and youth camps being held this summer. Link to FLYER CENTRAL to see flyers.
Art Fest 2016
Not long now .... Art Fest 2016 is next Wednesday - April 27!!
Poster w/ Details
Athletic Boosters MULCH SALE Underway
Details and Order Form
Science Night Planned for Maumee Community 4/7/16

Maumee High School is hosting a Community Science Night at 6:30 p.m. this Thursday in the Performing Arts Center. Visitors will view Cosmic Voyage on the big screen, hear presentations from students and science teachers about the universe, and view the sky through the school’s new telescope. The Toledo Astronomical Association is also helping with other telescopes for public use. If weather allows, the sun will be viewed through solar filters. Free cookies and coffee. EVENT FLYER

Consider Being Sponsor or Player in Kazmaier Golf Outing in June
Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing is June 6, 2016. Learn about SPONSORSHIP opportunities and how to sign up to BE A PLAYER in this year's outing. All proceeds fund scholarships for Maumee High School scholar athletes. EVENT FLYER
Science Night Planned for Maumee Community 4/7/16
Science Night Flyer 2016 2
Spring Break Starting
Remember that Thursday, March 24 is the last day of school before spring break begins. Classes resume on Monday, April 4.
Visit FLYER CENTRAL if you missed flyers sent via email to parents ...
There are many exciting special events coming up before the end of the school year - and youth camps being held this summer. Link to FLYER CENTRAL to see flyers.
Parent Satisfaction Survey Now Open ... Please Participate
Maumee City Schools is inviting all parents to participate in our electronic 2016 PARENT SATISFACTION SURVEY. Your participation in the survey is very important to us as we continuously strive to better meet your needs and the needs of your child(ren). To take the survey, please click the following link. http://goo.gl/forms/DACFExHiAW
It's Time to Enroll Children in Kindergarten
DON’T WAIT … It is Time to Enroll Your Child in Kindergarten for the 2016-17 School Year ... Kindergarten Enrollment Forms Can Now Be Completed Online ... Screening Days March 23 & 24. More Details
Link to Student Climate Survey Tool for Parental Review
Student Survey Grade 2 - 5:  http://goo.gl/forms/rgv6l7egD4  
Student Survey Grades 6 - 12:  http://goo.gl/forms/AmyF0hNXIn
Maumee Schools Releases QUALITY PROFILE
The QUALITY PROFILE is designed to be a companion piece to the State Report Card to highlight Maumee School's many accomplishments that do not get captured on the report card. It focuses on successes in academics, the arts, community service, extracurriculars, parent/community involvement, and athletics. VIEW COMPLETE QUALITY PROFILE
Todd Cramer and Steven Lee Promoted to New Positions August 1, 2016

The Maumee City School District Board of Education is pleased to announce the promotion of two employees: Dr. Todd Cramer will transition to the position of Superintendent from his current position as Assistant Superintendent and Steven Lee will transition to Assistant Superintendent from his current position of Teacher Evaluator/Staff Inservice Coordinator/Special Education Supervisor/Summer School Principal. Both promotions will be effective on August 1, 2016 when Gregory J. Smith completes his tenure as Superintendent of Maumee City Schools on July 31, 2016. READ MORE

Director of Development and Alumni Relations Position Open
The Maumee City School District seeks a Director of Development and Alumni Relations. Apply by March 2, 2016. click here for details about position   OR   click here for details about new Panther Pride Foundation
INCOMING KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS Parent Meeting Set

An informational meeting for parents of children entering kindergarten next school year will be held on Thursday, March 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Maumee High School in the Performing Arts Center (1147 Saco Street.) Parents will learn about kindergarten expectations and what to do to prepare their children to enter kindergarten. Required documents, immunizations and college and career ready information will also be discussed. Registration packets will be provided. FLYER

Visit the new FLYER CENTRAL if you missed flyers sent via email to parents ...
There are many exciting special events coming up in February and into the spring including: a Zumbathon fundraiser, baseball and softball clinics offered by MHS coaches, a night with the Walleye .... and much more. Link to FLYER CENTRAL
Days off School In February
Mark your calendar for days off school in February:
February 4 - NO SCHOOL (K-12) for a Staff Professional Development Day. February 15 - NO SCHOOL (K-12) for Presidents Day. MAUMEE HIGH SCHOOL ONLY - NO SCHOOL February 26 for high school records day
Remember the Ongoing No Cost Fundraiser for Maumee Schools Foundation
Many thanks to The Andersons for pledging up to $10,000 to the Maumee Schools Foundation this school year. Just show a SHOP & EARN text message when you check out. The Maumee Schools Foundation automatically receives a portion of your sale total!! If you do not have a smart phone - ask cashier to ring in customer #1-1-1 
Informational Flyer
Outstanding Maumee Alumni to be Honored at January Banquet
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND: Maumee High School
Distinguished Alumnus Awards & Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on January 30, 2016. Reservation deadline extended to Monday, January 25, 2016. link here to see list of winners and details about reservations
Indoor Walking Opportunities Continue at Administration Offices and Middle School
Maumee community members are invited to walk indoors (during specific hours) at the Administration Offices and Gateway Middle School. More details are included on this Flyer.
Public Notice - Federal Programs Hearing

The Maumee City School District is accepting public input regarding expenditure of federal grant funds including: Title I, Title II-A Improving Teacher Quality, Title III (Limited English Proficient), Part B-IDEA Special Education and Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE). Questions and suggestions concerning these federal grants should be directed to Nancy Sayre, Federal Programs Supervisor, 716 Askin St., Maumee, Ohio  43537. A hearing regarding federal grants will be held at 10 a.m., Mon., Jan. 25, 2016, 716 Askin St., Maumee.

Days off School In January
1/11/16 - Records Day NO SCHOOL K-8 
1/18/16 - Martin Luther King Day NO SCHOOL K-12
District Opens Doors AO and GMS for walking ...
Maumee community members are invited to walk indoors (during specific hours) at the Administration Offices and Gateway Middle School. More details are included on this Flyer.
Online Payment for Student Fees Now Available
Maumee Schools announces e-Funds for Schools, a program that offers various options for parents who choose to pay student fees online.
Link here to learn more

Winter Break Just Around Corner
The last day of classes before winter break is Tuesday, December 22. Classes resume on Monday, January 4, 2016. 
Ho Ho Ho .... Holiday Tech Gift Ideas for Parents

Maumee’s Director of Technology Jason Dugan shares some of his favorite tech products with Maumee parents who may be looking for holiday gifts for their children …… click here for list

MHS Fall Play This Weekend

"Zoinks! A Zombie Comedy" runs this weekend only! Friday & Saturday (11/20 & 11/21) in the Performing Arts Center at Maumee High School, 1147 Saco St. @ 7 p.m. Matinee Sunday (11/22) at 2:30 p.m. Tickets $5/ students, $10/adults. Maumee senior citizens with a Golden Panther card are free. BREAK A LEG MHS!!!

Volunteers Needed: Meal Build for 'Feed My Starving Children'

A community-wide undertaking is set to kick-off next week. A 225,000 meal pack will take place on November 20 and 21@ Wayne Trail Elementary School. All 448 Wayne Trail students (and 30 staff members) will pack for a 90-minute shift during the school day on Friday as part of a service learning project. Maumee Churches United and the Maumee Rotary Club are co-sponsoring the meal pack with Feed My Starving Children. VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED. For more information and sign up to volunteer: www.maumeemobilepack.com

Thanksgiving & Winter Breaks Just Around Corner
School will not be in session from Wednesday, November 25 through Sunday, November 29. Classes resume Monday, November 30.

Last day before winter break is Tuesday, December 22. Classes resume Monday, January 4, 2016.
No Cost Fundraiser for Maumee Schools Foundation
Many thanks to The Andersons for pledging up to $10,000 to the Maumee Schools Foundation this school year. Just show a SHOP & EARN text message when you check out. The Maumee Schools Foundation automatically receives a portion of your sale total!! If you do not have a smart phone - ask cashier to ring in customer #1-1-1 
Informational Flyer

The Andersons Supports Maumee Schools Foundation
Many thanks to The Andersons for pledging up to $10,000 to the Maumee Schools Foundation this school year. Please show your SHOP & EARN text message when you shop. The Maumee Schools Foundation automatically receives a portion of your sale total!! If you do not have a smart phone - ask cashier to ring in customer #1-1-1 
Informational Flyer

Indoor Walking Begins October 19
Maumee community members are invited to walk indoors (during specific hours) at the Administration Offices and Gateway Middle School beginning October 19. More details are included on this flyer.
2nd Annual Alumni Bball Game is Nov. 7
Cheer on MHS grads from the '70s, '80s, '90s and '00s at the 2nd Annual MHS Alumni Basketball Game on Saturday, November 7 @ 6 p.m. @ MHS. Games of skill for younger students. Raffle with prizes. Meet 2015-16 basketball teams. Tickets: $3 adults & $2 children. Proceeds benefit boys and girls bball teams.  FLYER
NO SCHOOL (K-12) on November 3, 2015
A staff professional development day is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3. There will be no school for students in kindergarten - 12th grade.
6th Grade Girls Basketball Open Gyms & Tryouts
There is a basketball team for 6th grade girls forming. Open gym times October 19 & 21 and tryout information included on flyer.
Maumee Youth Basketball Registration Days Set
Registration for the 2015-16 Maumee youth basketball program will take place Sept. 23 and Oct. 7 from 6 - 8 pm at Maumee High School. The registration form and waiver are below and copies are at MHS, Administration Office, Wayne Trail, Fort Miami and Fairfield. The league is for boys and girls in 2nd - 5th grade. Games will be played on Sundays at Maumee High School and practices will take place in the elementary schools. If you are interested in coaching or would like more information, contact commissioner John Lather at (419) 460-8874. Only parent/legal guardian need attend registration. REGISTRATION FORM, WAIVER
NO SCHOOL (K-12) on October 5
A staff professional development day is scheduled for Monday, October 5. There will be no school for students in kindergarten - 12th grade.
MHS Alumni Band Forming

Maumee High School now has an ALUMNI BAND!
For more information and to sign up to play in the first performance on October 2, 2015 use the link that follows. 
https://sites.google.com/a/maumeek12.org/maumee-bands/home/alumni-band.

100% Electronic Flyers This Year
The school district has transitioned to all electronic event flyers this school year. Principals will be using SchoolMessenger to email flyers to parents rather than sending hard copies home with students. Please be sure to keep your SchoolMessenger contact information up-to-date so you don't miss important information. 
Little Cheer Clinic 2015 - Register by Sept. 4
Open to all Maumee Schools students, including preschool.
Perform on Friday, September 11 at football game.
Sign-up Form
Free & Reduced-Price Meal Information
To learn more about eligibility for free and reduced-price meals (breakfast and lunch) served to students during the school day, please link here. FREE & REDUCED-PRICED INFORMATION AND APPLICATION. 
Student Dress Code Policy Revised

The school district’s dress code policy has been revised. Parents are asked to review the new policy with their children to ensure there is no confusion about the expectations. READ COMPLETE POLICY 
SEE BROCHURE WITH HELPFUL PHOTOS 

Back-to-school Information for SY 2015-16 on Website
We have uploaded supply lists, fees for K-5, details about the new district-wide student dress code policy, lunch & breakfast prices, open house dates/times, residency verification, and much more on the PARENTS - Back-to-School page!!
Free Meals Available for Low-Income Children This Summer

A summer food service program is offered through the Ohio Department of Education to provide free meals to low-income children during school vacations. For more information or to find a location nearest the Maumee School District, call the United Way at 2-1-1. A list of locations offering summer meals can also be found online: http://education.ohio.gov/…/2015-Summer-Food-Service-Program

Maumee Summer Sports Camps Set
MAUMEE PANTHERS SUMMER YOUTH SPORTS CAMPS Announced: boys basketball, girls basketball, football, volleyball, tennis, golf & soccer. Registration deadlines vary based on starting date of camp. CAMP INFORMATION. CAMP REGISTRATION FORM.
BACK-TO-SCHOOL REGISTRATION DAYS SET
August back-to-school registration days for the 2015-16 school year are set for August 11 & 12. The district plans to handle the process much the same way as last summer. Parents will go to Maumee High School and register all their children at one time. Student forms should be completed online prior to registration days. Forms will be available to complete - beginning July 7.

August 11 - 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
August 12 - 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

ENROLLMENT FOR NEW STUDENTS BEGINS JULY 7th

Families who will be new to Maumee Schools in the 2015-16 school year may begin the enrollment process on July 7, 2015. Use this link for more information.

Drug Awareness Program Planned for Parents & Students on June 10 at 7 p.m. -- Maumee Indoor Theatre
The entire community of Maumee will come together on June 10 to take part in an eye-opening discussion about drugs in our community, knowing the signs & symptoms of drug use in children and youth and how to find resources. Experts will be in attendance to answer questions. EVENT FLYER
Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing Set for June 8 at Heather Downs Country Club
Make plans to help Maumee High School raise money for college scholarships for MHS scholar-athletes by golfing in this annual golf scramble. The Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing is held to honor MHS alumnus and Heisman Trophy winner Dick Kazmaier ('48). Sponsorship opportunities still exist and it is time for golfers to register! Event Flyer/Sign-up Form.
Time to Enroll Children Ready for Kindergarten in 2015-16 School Year
It is KINDERGARTEN STUDENT ENROLLMENT TIME in Maumee ... ONLINE ENROLLMENT IS NECESSARY. Click here to link to New Student Enrollment Page
High School Verifying Alumni Information
All MHS alumni should be receiving a postcard and/or telephone call from PCI - the company we are partnering with to produce an alumni directory. Please respond to this correspondence so that we have your most current contact information for reunions and other communication. To see a copy of the first postcard, click here.

For answers to frequently asked questions about this project, click here.
Calamity (Snow) Day Update for Parents
February 9, 2015
TO: Maumee Parents
FROM: Gregory Smith, Superintendent
I have been asked a number of questions about calamity (snow) days and at what point would Maumee need to start making up days. Click here to read details about Maumee's Plan.
Maumee High School is Verifying Alumni Information
All MHS alumni should be receiving a postcard and/or telephone call from PCI - the company we are partnering with to produce an alumni directory. Please respond to this correspondence so that we have your most current contact information for reunions and other communication. For answers to frequently asked questions about this project, click here.
Meeting for Parents of Students Who Will Be In Kindergarten in 2015-16 School Year
Maumee City Schools Parent Meeting for 2015-16 Kindergartners -- When: Tuesday, Feb. 24 @ 6:30 pm -- Where: Gateway Middle School Auditorium, 900 Gibbs Street -- Any child who resides in the Maumee City School District and will be five-years-old by August 1, 2015 is eligible to attend kindergarten this fall. Unless a child successfully completes a kindergarten program, he/she is not permitted to enter first grade. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Nominate Teacher/Principal/Coach for Golden Apple Award
Maumee Chamber of Commerce invites parents/students to nominate a favorite teacher, coach, mentor, or activity leader for a Hometown Hero GOLDEN APPLE award. Deadline extended to February 13, 2015. Click here for more information. Click here for nomination form
8th Grade Open House & Pre-Registration for 9th Grade
8th Grade Open House and Pre-Registration Night is scheduled for Wednesday, February 4 at 7 p.m. The event will begin in the Performing Arts Center at Maumee High School. In addition to being able to talk to our administrators, counselors, teachers, coaches, and activity advisors, parents will also be able to view the building / classrooms and receive 9th grade registration information - including the 2015-16 course selection newspaper. This is an important night for all future MHS Panthers. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!
Calendars for Next Three School Years Approved
Maumee School Board approved school year calendars for 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18. Copies were e-mailed to parents & staff via SchoolMessenger. Click here to view 
Important High School Testing Dates/Information
High school parents and students should be aware of this important testing information. Click here to view testing schedule
High School Alumni Halls of Fame Ceremony Set
Please join us for the 2015 Maumee High School Alumni Halls of Fame Awards Ceremony - featuring Athletic Hall of Fame, Hall of Excellence & Contribution and Distinguished Alumnus Awards on January 31, 2015 @ Brandywine Country Club. 
Invitation & ticket order form linked here
Indoor Walking Available for Maumee Residents

Residents of the Maumee City School District are invited to walk at Gateway Middle School (900 Gibbs St., Monday-Friday, 6 – 8 p.m., walking course loops through the building. Enter through door #15).

Walking is also offered at the Administration Building (716 Askin St., Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., laps in the gymnasium). Walkers are asked to sign in on the clipboard adjacent to entrance door and check the schedule for time/date changes due to conflicts with school events/holidays. 

'Ohio Means Jobs' Website Highlighted by Ohio Department of Education
Career Connections is Ohio's no-cost, career planning system that offers comprehensive, career development tools, online training and resources specifically for students, teachers, counselors, families and community members to show students, as early as in kindergarten, the types of jobs possible for them. Link to this information from the Ohio Department of Education website here.
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Distinguished Alumnus Award Winners Announced

The Maumee City Schools has selected five alumni to receive a 2015 Distinguished Alumnus Award. The Distinguished Alumnus Award ceremony will take place in conjunction with the Maumee High School Athletic Hall of Fame and Hall of Excellence & Contribution ceremony on Saturday, January 31. Winners will be introduced during halftime at a home basketball game on Friday, January 30. The recognition ceremony will then take place the next evening at Brandywine Country Club. The honorees this year are Amy L. Braunschweiger, Class of 1993, James L. Chappuis, M.D., Class of 1973, Charles L. Holland, Class of 1975, Stephen J. Macionsky, III, Class of 1983, and Daniel B. Miller, Class of 1980. Ms. Braunschweiger is a published journalist, author, and international reporter. Dr. Chappuis, an orthopedic surgeon, has invented many medical patents and contributed greatly to the medical field. Mr. Holland, an engineer and senior manager, has helped improve processes and streamline business for UPS. Mr. Macionsky is a successful broadcast and entertainment professional, both in Ohio and California. U.S. Army Colonel Miller is retired from a distinguished military career of over 30 years; including receiving the Silver Star. More information will be available soon; including how to purchase tickets to the awards banquet. Check back here on the district website and Facebook.

 

'Ohio Means Jobs' Website Highlighted by Ohio Department of Education
Career Connections is Ohio's no-cost, career planning system that offers comprehensive, career development tools, online training and resources specifically for students, teachers, counselors, families and community members to show students, as early as in kindergarten, the types of jobs possible for them. Link to this information from the Ohio Department of Education website here.
Meeting for Parents of 9th & 10th Grade Students Set Nov. 20
On Thursday, November 20, the Maumee High School Guidance Department will be giving a presentation for parents of 9th and 10th grade students. This “Parent Night” is intended to provide valuable information for students and parents to consider during these crucial years of high school. Topics of discussion will include the new graduation requirements, what is expected of students at the high school level, opportunities available to freshmen and sophomores, common high school student mistakes, preparing for college, Penta Career Center, and other general information. Please join us from 7 - 8 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.
Thank you Maumee Voters !
Maumee Schools Foundation Poinsettia Sale Fundraiser Underway
Maumee Schools Foundation (MSF) has a poinsettia sale fundraiser underway. Details are included on flyer/order form here. MSF was formed in 1998, awards teacher mini-grants twice each year, oversees college scholarship process for several benefactors, and gifts a $.50 per student allocation to all five schools (principals use funds for annual student academic awards programs). FLYER/ORDER FORM
No School - November 4 - Professional Development Day for Staff

This is a reminder to Maumee parents that there is no school for students in all grades on Tuesday, November 4 due to a staff professional development day.  

MHS Speech & Debate Team Wins National Honors
The National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA) just announced that Maumee High School's speech & debate team has earned national honors - being ranked among the top 10% of schools nationwide and included in NSDA's prestigious "100 Club." Congratulations MHS team members!!!
Kroger Will Donate 10% of Sales to Maumee Schools
Maumee Kroger has designated Tuesday, October 28 as Maumee City Schools Day and will donate 10% of sales made between 7 a.m. and midnight. Last year the district received $10,000. Please help spread the word throughout the community so we can reach that total again in 2014!
Election Day 2014 - Vote November 4th

The Maumee City School District has placed a 3.9 mill levy on the November 4 ballot. You must be registered to vote by October 6 to vote in this election. READ MORE ... INCLUDING IMPORTANT OHIO VOTER DATES.

City of Maumee "Trick or Treat" Changed to November 1
The City of Maumee changed Halloween "Trick or Treat" to Saturday, November 1 (6 - 8 p.m.) - rather than hold the annual event on October 31st. The change was made because Friday the 31st is the Maumee vs. Perrysburg football game. FLYER WITH DETAILS
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Maumee Schools posts to Facebook and Twitter. Use the links at the top of this page to connect to our pages. Like us/follow us and stay up-to-date with current school district news! Links are at the top right of this web page.
High School Counselor Passes Away Unexpectedly - Visitation & Funeral Arrangements Detailed Below
The Maumee City Schools community is very sad to announce the passing of Maumee High School Guidance Counselor Jackie Fuleky. Jackie was a wonderful person who significantly impacted the lives of many students over the years. Classes at Maumee High School are cancelled on Monday, October 6 so that staff and students may attend Jackie’s funeral if they wish. Penta Career Center will be in session on Monday, October 6 and transportation will be provided from the high school to Penta. Only students who attend Maumee High School in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 are excused from classes on October 6. The rest of the district will be in session. Final arrangements: Sunday, October 5 -  Visitation will be at Walker Funeral Home (5155 W. Sylvania Ave, Toledo) from 2 - 7 pm with a Rosary reading at 7 pmMonday, October 6 - Mass service at Christ the King Church (4100 Harvest Lane, Toledo) at 10 a.m. Please keep the Fuleky family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Health Department Asks Schools to Share Enterovirus Facts
Enterovirus infections are becoming more prevalent and the Lucas County Health Department is asking local school districts to share this information with families/staff. ENTEROVIRUS FACTSHEET
Maumee Schools Water Emergency Plans

Maumee Schools has taken steps that will allow us to complete one (1) school day with a normal dismissal schedule if a water ban is issued while we are in session. READ MORE

Student Picture Dates Announced
WAYNE TRAIL - September 4 during the school day, retakes on October 6. FAIRFIELD - October 6 during the school day. MAUMEE HIGH SCHOOL - August 22 during the school day. FORT MIAMI – October 10 during the school day. Gateway photos have been taken. Check back to see middle school make-up photo date.
Required Federal Posting

Federal Court Instructs Ohio Districts to Post Information for Parents Concerning Data Release

A U.S. District Court has ordered that 2013-14 school year records from ODE be turned over to Disability Rights Ohio as part of an ongoing lawsuit. Families of students whose data will be released may object. READ MORE  Click here to view legal notice

Back-to-School Online Forms Ready for Completion

Parents can access back-to-school forms by logging into their PowerSchool Parent Portal. Look for the link called BACK TO SCHOOL FORM once you are logged in.

Having a PowerSchool Parent Portal is the first step to competing online forms. Having forms completed before registration days in August will help expedite the registration process. If you have not created your parent portal, link to instructions for handling this process: Set Up Parent Portal.

If you have not set up your parent portal and need your family’s access ID and password, please call either 419-893-8778 or 419-893-3386. Secretaries at the high school and middle school have this information for all families in the district.

Please mark your calendar for back-to-school registration days on Wednesday, August 13 and Thursday, August 14. A parent or legal guardian must register their children for the new school year on one of these two days. For your convenience, all students can be registered at the same time on the day and time of your choice. Registration days will be at Maumee High School between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Children do not need to attend.

Registration Days Set for Next School Year
Registration days will be combined for all buildings. Mark your calendars for August 13 & 14 from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. @ the high school. Students do not need to attend. Families select day/time most convenient for them. More Details.
Maumee Youth Sports Camps
Camps are organized by Maumee varsity sports coaches in:  basketball, wrestling, volleyball, tennis and soccer. CAMP FLYER
Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing: 6/9/14
There is still time to register for the 2014 Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing to be played at Heather Downs CC on Monday, June 9. All event proceeds fund college scholarships for Maumee High School scholar athletes. GOLF FLYER.
Lady Panthers Playing in Regional Final Softball Game - Saturday, May 31
The MHS Lady Panthers are playing in the Regional Finals - for the 2nd time in school history - and face Lima Bath High School (26-1 overall and #4 in the OHSFSCA Division II poll) on Saturday, May 31 at Bucyrus High School. Game time is 12 noon. Tickets $6. Let's Go Panthers!!!
New Website Launches
We are excited about our new school district website and hope parents and the community are as well. Please let us know what you think. E-mail your thoughts using the "contact us" link at the top of the front page.
Community Science Night is Friday, May 9
COMMUNITY SCIENCE NIGHT is this Friday, May 9 from 6 - 8 p.m. in the MHS Performing Arts Center. Hear from MHS science teachers and students (presenting their climate-related projects) as well as 13 ABC meteorologist Ross Ellet.

Also presenting will be climate scientist Dr. Richard Alley who will skype with the audience. Dr. Alley has travelled from Antarctica to Greenland to study the earth's climate and has more than 225 scientific publications to his credit. Maumee Community Science Night is geared to adults and students alike. Refreshments will be provided.
Sidelines Restaurant Fundraiser June 1, 2014
Thank you to everyone who supported the Maumee Schools Foundation by having a meal at Sidelines Maumee Restaurant. The next fundraising night is 6/1. flyer
High School Wins Youth Jefferson Award
Maumee High School wins Youth Jefferson/Students in Action Award from Leadership Toledo. Read news release.
Summer Sports Camps:

Registration Underway. Camp flyer.

2014 Mulch Sale
Maumee Athletic Boosters Announce Annual Mulch Sale. See flyer for details - (flyer)

When: Wednesday, February 26 @ 6:30 p.m. Where: Gateway Middle School Auditorium 900 Gibbs Street

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Maumee Guidance Department just published

"Panther Pathway to Success K-12 Guide to Graduation and Beyond." This 22-page handbook offers a wealth of information and advice for students & parents in all grades.

MHS Announces Youth Sports Camps - May thru July
Tennis, Basketball, Golf, Volleyball, Soccer & Football camps under the direction of MHS varsity coach in each sport. CAMP BROCHURE
Consider Being Sponsor, Player in Kazmaier Golf Outing in June
Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing is June 6, 2016. Learn about SPONSORSHIP opportunities and how to sign up to BE A PLAYER in this year's outing. All proceeds support scholarships for Maumee High School scholar athletes. EVENT FLYER
Todd Cramer and Steven Lee Promoted to New Positions August 1, 2016

The Maumee City School District Board of Education is pleased to announce the promotion of two employees: Dr. Todd Cramer will transition to the position of Superintendent from his current position as Assistant Superintendent and Steven Lee will transition to Assistant Superintendent from his current position of Teacher Evaluator/Staff Inservice Coordinator/Special Education Supervisor/Summer School Principal. Both promotions will be effective on August 1, 2016 when Gregory J. Smith completes his tenure as Superintendent of Maumee City Schools on July 31, 2016. READ MORE

Detailed Back-to-School Information
Click here to link to BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION
Board of Education Seeks Applicants for Vacant Position
The Maumee Board of Education is seeking applicants for a vacant board position. Interested applicants are asked to submit a letter of interest to: Board President, Stephanie Piechowiak at 716 Askin St., Maumee, OH 43537
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