New Superintendent Announced


Mr. Johnson

  MAPS is pleased to introduce

  Jeffrey Johnson as the new 

  Superintendent.  Mr. Johnson

  comes to us from Godwin 

  Heights Public Schools.  We

  look forward to having Mr.

  Johnson on board beginning

  July 1.


Please VOTE on May 5!


Proposal 1 affects school finance as well as transportation in Michigan.  We encourage voters to be informed and VOTE May 5.  Click for a message from Superintendent Weaver about this issue.   Click for the Michigan Voter Information Center to see ballot language, poll locations, your registration status, etc.


Another Silver Medal for MHS!


jr-silver 100US News and World Report Magazine has just published it's 2013 assessment of all US High Schools--and awarded Montague High School another Silver Medal.  MHS is ranked #42 out of over 700 high schools in Michigan, up from #54 last year. 


Click to read a summary of the US News procedure and findings  as well as a detailed look at MHS .



MAPS enthusiastically supports the county-wide Read Early. Read Often. program.  Click to learn more.

      Kindergarten Round Up


Parent orientation will take place at the Montague Area Childhood Center (MACC) on Tuesday, April 28 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Click for information describing this event.  Click for enrollment forms.

         Schools of Choice


Schools of Choice forms for the 2015-2016 school year are available in the District Office.  Forms must be completed and turned in by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 22. 


Available openings for the 2015-2016 school year are:

Young Fives and

Kindergarten:            25 total openings

2nd Grade:                 2 openings

6th Grade:                  2 openings

8th Grade:                  2 openings

9th Grade:                  5 openings

10th Grade:                5 openings

11th Grade:                5 openings

12th Grade:                5 openings


arrow  Calendar Changes for June

Thanks to eight snow days, MAPS needs to add time to the original K-12 school calendar. Tuesday, June 2, and Wednesday, June 3, will now be FULL days of school.  Thursday, June 4, the last day of school, will be a HALF day.

New Newsletter for MAPS!


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Stacey Brown spearheaded the production of a District Newsletter that was mailed to the MAPS community in early February.  The Newsletter is full of important information and MAPS points of pride.  Click to read Wildcat Pride online.


High Ratings for MAPS from,  a Pittsburg company providing information and reviews of educational institutions, ranks MAPS in the top 100 of Michigan's approximately 550 school districts. Click to read view the Niche report.

Substitute Teachers Needed


Applicants need 90+ credit hours from a 4-year college and can click here to begin the simple application process.  MAPS currently pays $80 per day for substitute teachers.


arrowCheck "Calendars" at top right for complete list of events


arrow  Quick Guide to Spring Sports


arrow  Calendar Basics for 2014-2015


Annual Reports, 2013-2014:







MAPS Strategic Plan


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80 Academic Awards at MHS


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The 20th annual MHS Academic Awards ceremony was held October 27 in the Auditorium.  80 honored students achieved a 3.4 GPA or better in each Trimester of the 2013-14 school year.  43 students received special recognition for achieving this in multiple years.  Award winners received color coded tshirts, certificates and cookies in the cafeteria.


Click for picture and list of the honored students.


NBC Honors Whiz Kids


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NBC honored 180 "WHIZ KIDS" in an Auditorium ceremony May 13.  The honorees represented 51% of NBC students.  Keynote speaker Riley Hughes, MHS Class of '08 and a former WHIZ KID, spoke via Skype and described his path to becoming a professional musician.  Mr. Hughes promised students that hard work would pay off.  Click to read a list of honored students.


Another World Record for the Big Crunch?


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A loud crunching sound filled the air on October 24 as local students and staff each bit into a fresh Michigan apple at precisely 1 pm.  Crunch organizer and MAPS Food Service Director Dan Gorman says 30,008 local crunchers participated--an unofficial world record for simultaneous crunching.  The Big Crunch is designed to enhance student awareness of healthy eating and of local agriculture.


RRO Students Show Lego Robotics Skills


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RRO students under the direction of Kristen Day-Hinken gave a demonstration of their Lego Robotics skills at the MAPS Board meeting May 19.  The students learned their programming and engineering skills in an extra curricular class this year at RRO.