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My Brother's Keeper
Our S.U.C.C.E.S.S Club Advisor, David Lee Morgan Jr., recently attended a launch of President Barack Obama’s new initiative, “My Brother’s Keeper”. Senator Sherrod Brown was the speaker at the conference who kicked off the event. Morgan was able to be part of a round table discussion at the event and plans to implement this program into our S.U.C.C.E.S.S Club this year.

The main idea behind the My Brother’s Keeper initiative is to unite male students of color with leaders in their community to build relationships and get them involved in educational events around the community. The overall goal of the program is to get students ready for college and beyond.

The six goals of the Challenge are:

  • Getting a Healthy Start and Entering School Ready to Learn;
  • Reading at Grade Level by 3rd Grade;;
  • Graduating from High School Ready for College and Career;
  • Completing Postsecondary Education or Training;
  • Successfully Entering the Workforce
  • Keeping Kids on Track.
You can learn more about the “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative at the website below:

"It was an honor to meet so many other community-minded adults throughout Stark County who are committed to mentoring area youth through the 'My Brother's Keeper' initiative,” Morgan said. “We are all grateful to have the support of President Barack Obama and Senator Sherrod Brown in our efforts to mentor and guide our young students throughout high school and into college, or any type of post-secondary learning they choose." We are excited for Morgan to implement this idea during the 2016-2017 school year!
IDEA/Title I Meeting Notice

The Massillon City School District receives federal funding under the Individuals With Disabilities Act, commonly referred to as IDEA-B funds. The district also receives funding through Title I monies.

The Massillon City School District receives federal funding under the Individuals With Disabilities Act, commonly referred to as IDEA-B funds. The purpose of these funds is designed to provide services and programs for those students with an IEP (IDEA). Title I funds aim to bridge the gap between low-income students and other students. Community members are invited to attend a meeting to provide input on the usage of these funds. The community meeting will be held on Wednesday September 28,2016 at the Administrative Offices at 930-17th Street N.E. The meeting will be held in the Board of Education Meeting Room from 5:45 PM until 6:15 PM. Questions or comments can also be directed to either Sandy Moeglin, Treasurer or Ryan Spicer, Director of Student Services at 330-830-3900. 

Ice Cream Reading Incentive
Special shout out to all the students in MIS for meeting the Summer of 2016 reading incentive. Students had to read over 500 minutes or complete required vocabulary and comprehension activities within a reading intervention program, Reading Plus! A new challenge will be occurring for all students this year! Great job!

Welcome Packet
Please take a look at the 2016-2017 Massillon City School District Welcome Packet to see all of the unique opportunities offered in our school district! 

2016-2017 Welcome Packet
Upcoming Events
Fri Oct 28 2016
2:30pm/ A222/ Chess Club
Fri Oct 28 2016
3:15PM/ ARMORY/ MTSB Rehearsal
Fri Oct 28 2016
2:00PM/ PBTS/ Band & Football vs.McK
Sat Oct 29 2016
6:00PM/ E102/ Men's & Women's Chorus
Mon Oct 31 2016
6:00PM/ LIB/ Football Boosters
Mon Oct 31 2016
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