• Alert:

    During the Stay Safe, Stay Home mandatory closure announced by Gov. Whitmer, all MPS offices are currently closed. Food service pick-up and drop-off points will continue Monday, Wednesday and Friday during the closure. My office will continue to communicate with stakeholders via our Communiques. Please use Email or MPSConnect if you have questions or need assistance. 

    Stay safe, Michael E. Sharrow, Superintendent, Midland Public Schools

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Have a broken MPS Chromebook?

Tech support is available for MPS staff and for MPS families during the extended school shutdown.

Do You or Someone You Know Need Additional Support During This Time? 

Midland Public Schools is a member of the Midland County COVID-19 Coalition, a team of community organizations united in identifying and resourcing community needs. As a partner, Midland Public Schools is asking our families to complete a brief survey to let us know if you or someone you know needs additional support. This support can be food beyond the school provided meals, home supplies, personal hygiene items, school supplies, or other necessities.  Please don’t hesitate to fill out the survey to let us know how our community may be of assistance during these tough, unprecedented times.  Link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J8R9MVV

Expanding Child Care Access for Essential Workforce During the Covid-19 Emergency

Governor Whitmer announced an Executive Order last night to expand capacity for tuition-based child care services for health care workers, first responders and other members of the essential workforce. To all essential workers in Michigan, we say thank you for your service during this crisis.

The Governor has defined essential workers as health care workers, direct care workers, emergency medical service providers, first responders, law enforcement personnel, sanitation workers, child care workers, corrections personnel, postal workers, public health employees, court personnel, critical infrastructure providers including: utilities, manufacturing, mass transit, grocers, suppliers, and key government employees including: child protective service workers, child welfare, foster care, recipient rights, the Governor’s office, cabinet members and their designees, the Department of Health and Human Services field office staff, Unemployment Insurance Agency employees, and other employees identified by the Department of Technology, Management, and Budget.

The Governor has called on Intermediate School Districts (ISDs) to help mobilize and coordinate efforts to expand accessibility for child care services during this emergency. The ISDs will be partnering with the Early Childhood Investment Corporation and Michigan 2-1-1 to coordinate these efforts.

If you are a member of the essential workforce defined above and are in need of tuition-based child care, go to www.helpmegrow-mi.org/essential and your information will be routed to someone in your community who can help you find care.

Invitation to BID - Shaw Moisture Treatment Application

Contractors are encouraged to walk the site to determine the scope of work, equipment and materials required. Appointments to walk the site should be scheduled with the contact listed below.
Michael Moeggenberg
Director of Facilities and Operations
Midland Public Schools
989-923-5035
moeggenbergmj@midlandps.org

Bids will be accepted until 2:00 P.M. local time on April 21, 2020, at which time bids will be opened and read aloud for presentation to the Board of Education at their next regularly scheduled meeting. No oral, telephonic or facsimile proposals will be considered. No proposals will be considered after time of closing of bids other than an act of God, determined by the district.

All bids must be submitted on the attached bid form and signed by the bidder. Two (2) copies of the bid form should be addressed to the attention of:

 

Michael Moeggenberg
Director of Facilities and Operations
Midland Public Schools
600 East Carpenter Street
Midland, Michigan 48640
“Midland High Moisture Emission Control Installation”

One (1) copy of the bid form should be retained for your files. Questions should be referred to Michael Moeggenberg, Director of Facilities and Operations at
989-923-5035 or moeggenbergmj@midlandps.org

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Stay up to date on all things MPS with our App!

In December we launched our new Midland Public Schools app. In the app, you will find MPS info like news, events, staff, schools and more. Interested in including it on your smartphone or tablet? It is free to download search "Midland Public Schools" in your app store.

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Have you already downloaded our app but now have questions on how to use it, this page will help you get started

MPS Bond Update
2020-2021 Enrollment information

Kindergarten Orientation at all MPS Elementary Schools: Tuesday, February 4, at 5:45 pm. Bring enrollment forms and your questions.

MPS Kindergarten Registration now open for 2020-21 school year. Click here for Info and enrollment forms: https://www.midlandps.org/Content2/700

Enrollment is now open for two MPS 4-year-old preschool options for 2020-21 school year. Click here for info and forms: https://www.cpp.midlandps.org/12/Content2/prekregistration

MPS 4-year-old Preschool Open House at Carpenter Pre-Primary Center is on Monday, March 9 at 5:30 pm. Check out the solid educational foundation MPS has to offer for our youngest learners.

Young 5's Developmental Kindergarten application drop off night is February 6 from 4:30 to 6 at Carpenter Pre-Primary Center.

Young 5's Developmental Kindergarten Application WINDOW ENDS FEBRUARY 28.

Have questions about Kindergarten Registration, call your child's school or 923-5001.

Have questions about 4-Year-Old Preschool or Young 5's Developmental Kindergarten, call Carpenter Pre-Primary Center at 923-6411.

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Total MPS Student Enrollment

   

Top 5%

   

Ranked #1

   

Ranked #22

   

Ranked #25

7,798
   
MPS ranks in the top 5% of districts in the NATION
   
Best school district in the Saginaw Area(out of 21 districts)
   
District with the best teachers in Michigan
   
Best places to teach in Michigan