District News
Community Meeting
We invite you to join us for a series of building update meetings. We will be discussing the current state of our buildings, the pending Ohio School Facilities offer, and our plans, which were developed through feedback from meetings and surveys with the community last spring  
The 10 Best High School Football Towns in America
They say football is king, and it’s not for nothing. And while Saturdays belong to BCS-beleaguered college football and Sundays to the.. 
Senior Career & Technical Education Students
Senior Career & Technical Ed students who have signed letters of intent to play college football.  
March Student Recognition
The Board of Education recognizes students for their outstanding work. 
ODE expanding spring OAA window

Our State Superintendent of Public Instruction Richard A. Ross announced recently that the Ohio Department of Education is expanding the testing window for the spring Ohio Achievement Assessments (OAA). “Due to inclement weather, district and school leaders have faced unprecedented challenges as they have made the safety of our boys and  

"Where Summer Comes to Life" - YMCA
For more than 25 years, western Stark County children have come together for a summer full of nature, water fun, games, cookouts, arts & crafts and new friendships.  Registration Packets available at the YMCA or online at www.WestStarkY.org/mfychildcareparents. 
The State of the Schools Address - 2014
The State of the Schools address will give details of how we will be moving forward as a district, as well as recent accomplishments we have experienced.  There are a lot of positive things happening in the Massillon City Schools, and we are excited to have the opportunity to share them through this address. 
Free Pancake Breakfast
The Massillon Junior High / Intermediate School will be hosting a Free Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, February 8, 2014 from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM.  A tax clinic will be held by the Ohio Benefits Bank. 
Blizzard Bag Resolution

The Massillon City School District will implement “Blizzard Bags” for the 2013 – 2014 school year.  This program allows the district to use time out of the classroom due to emergency or weather related cancellations as traditional class days.  The Ohio Department of Education will allow the use of up to three additional calamity days in order to provide our students with learning opportunities that would otherwise be lost due to the abundance of inclement weather conditions.  This will ensure that the school year will conclude as closely as possible to the day scheduled on the school calendar. The Curriculum Department and district lead teachers will collaborate to develop three days of lessons and activities that allow our students to extend the learning happening in their classrooms at home via the Internet or paper/pencil copies.  These lessons will be posted in the “Blizzard Bag” link on the district website.  After the district has exhausted its five allotted traditional calamity days 

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Massillon, Ohio 44646

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