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BrooklynCotton (Small)The Miamisburg City Schools May District Student of the Month is Brooklyn Cotton. Brooklyn is a fourth grader at Mark Twain Elementary School who exemplifies the May featured asset of School Engagement (#22). Brooklyn was nominated by her teacher Mrs. Amy King.

As we approach the end of another school year, there are many students who are counting down the days and having a hard time finding motivation to put effort into their school assignments. It is not uncommon to see students daydreaming of summer days and a break from school.

DP&L Rebate Award

Miamisburg City Schools received an energy efficiency rebate in the amount of $117,467.50 from Dayton Power & Light (DP&L). The rebate is a result of the district’s partnership with DP&L, 
Waibel Energy Systems, and the Southwestern Ohio Educational Purchasing Council to reduce energy costs without the need for new equipment or capital improvements using a program named On Board.

Believe in Ohio Scholarship WinnersThe Believe in Ohio program announced the list of students who were awarded scholarship and awards at its 2nd Annual STEM Commercialization and Business Plan Competition. 144 high school students, from 44 Ohio high schools in 24 counties were selected to receive $500,000 in scholarships and cash awards from participating in the State Competition.

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May Students of the Month

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    Brooklyn Cotton - Mark Twain

  • Kellen Toadvine

    Kellen Toadvine - Bear

  • Penelope Seitz

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  • Hailey Earnhardt

    Hailey Earnhardt - Kinder

  • Aiden Gillman

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    Caroline Monnig - Mound

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MIAMISBURG EMPLOYEES "MAKE A DIFFERENCE"!

The Miamisburg City School District has an excellent staff. We want to recognize our staff's everyday accomplishments. Employees nominate a staff member who exemplify 40 Assets by supporting the healthy development of our students or a staff member who demonstrates Best Practices. Selected staff members are recognized at a board meeting, on this website, on the District calendar or in the Viking Voice. Throughout this school year, our community will be able to read about some of the things our staff do to "Make A Difference". Visit this site often to see our 2015-16 recipients.

The latest 2015-16 "Making A Difference" winners are Dustin Wade (Central Office/Kinder/Student Services custodian nominated by Central Office Staff), Gleda Byrge (Bear aide nominated by Bear Staff), Debbie Carmichael (Mound Media Center Parprofessional nominated by Robyn Collins); Maggie Critchfield (MMS teacher nominated by team 8); Bill Issenmann (JCE custodian nominated by Mark Twain staff), Tammy Lentz (Bear aide nominated by Molly Mahoney); Jen Noble (Mark Twain teacher nominated by Lora Becker-Jenks), Cathy Williams (Kinder aide nominated by Sandy Saunders & Lisa Walker), Lisa Walker (Kinder teacher nominated by Pat Mayhew), Brenda Hibberd (Central Office Administrative Assistant nominated by Heather Wright), Angie Donisi (Kinder teacher nominated by Holly Dueser and Jeremy Saylor and Austin Downing and Zack Cline (MMS teachers nominated by Sommer Mastronardi).

 

Dustin Wade (center)
Gleda Byrge (center)
Debbie Carmichael (left)

 

Maggie Critchfield (center)
Bill Issenmann
Tammy Lentz (right)

 

Jen Noble
Doug Shade
Cathy Williams (center)

 

Lisa Walker (left)
Brenda Hibberd (right)
Angie Donisi (center)

 

Austin Downing
Zack Cline
Michele Leber (left)

 

Kelly Kinsey (right)
Melissa Wurst (center)
Chris House (left)

 

Lew Ogan (left)
Missy Mitchell (left)
Jana Bostleman (center)

 

Hilary Perkins (right)
April Colvin (right)
Shellie McIntosh (left)