2020-2021 MCS School Reopening Plan

Northridge High School

Northridge Middle School

Northridge Academy

Heritage Intermediate School

Jefferson Elementary School

Middlebury Elementary School

Orchard View Elementary School

York Elementary School

Message from the Superintendent:

Middlebury Community Schools offers all of our students a wonderful educational experience delivered by the efforts of excellent staff in an exciting and vibrant learning atmosphere.  We are a strong and supportive learning community driven by the desire to provide our children with the best possible education.

Please let us hear from you!   Feel free to e-mail me your comments, commendations, and concerns: allenj@mcsin-k12.org

Mrs. Jane Allen, Superintendent

News

SEP 24
School Board Meeting Minutes - 09/22/2020

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Proposed MCS School Board meeting minutes for September 22, 2020.
http://www.mcsin-k12.org/about/board/minutes/2020-2021/200922_M.pdf

SEP 22
Virtual Student Meal Order Forms

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SEP 21
Parent-Teacher Conference Scheduling

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SEP 17
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

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The Notice to Taxpayers is available online at www.budgetnotices.in.gov or by calling (888) 739-9826.

Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of government at 56853 Northridge Dr, Middlebury, IN 46540.

Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of MIDDLEBURY COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION, Elkhart County, Indiana that the proper officers of Middlebury Community Schools will conduct a public hearing on the year 2021 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of Middlebury Community Schools not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, Middlebury Community Schools shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of Middlebury Community Schools will meet to adopt the following budget:

Public Hearing Date Tuesday, October 06, 2020
Public Hearing Time 4:00 PM
Public Hearing Location 56853 Northridge Dr, Middlebury, IN 46540
Adoption Meeting Date Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Adoption Meeting Time 4:00 PM
Adoption Meeting Location 56853 Northridge Dr, Middlebury, IN 46540
Est. School Operations Max Levy $7,178,768
Property Tax Cap Credit Estimate $532,220
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Maximum Estimated Funds to be Raised (including appeals and levies exempt from maximum levy limitations)
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Excessive Levy Appeals
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Levy Percentage Difference (Column 3 / Column 5)
0061-RAINY DAY $0 $0 $0 $0
0180-DEBT SERVICE $13,611,831 $12,564,902 $0 $11,073,100 13.47%
3101-EDUCATION $30,674,884 $0 $0 $0
3300-OPERATIONS $12,475,391 $7,178,768 $0 $6,843,649 4.90%
Totals $56,762,106 $19,743,670 $0 $17,916,749

Prescribed by the Department of Local Government Finance
Approved by the State Board of Accounts
Budget Form No. 3 (Rev. 2019) Print 9/16/2020 10:27:19 AM

(Download this Notice as a PDF)

AUG 6
Announcement Regarding Virtual Education

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This is a very important message from Middlebury Community Schools.  The Elkhart County Health Department notified us that we must begin school 100% virtually instead of in person.  That means no students will attend school in person from August 12 until September 28.  Your schools will contact you about virtual instruction, picking up devices, supplies, and meeting teachers.  All athletic practices and contests are canceled until September 28.  Please help your children understand that we will see them in person as soon as we can.

Spanish Version

Este es un mensaje importante de Middlebury Community Schools. El Departamento de Salud del Condado de Elkhart nos informó que debemos comenzar las clases 100& virtualmente en lugar de en persona. Eso significa que ningún estudiante asistirá a la escuela en persona desde el 12 de agosto hasta el 28 de septiembre. Sus escuelas estarán en contacto con usted para recibir instrucciones virtuales, recoger dispositivos electrónicos, útiles escolares, y reuniones con maestros. Todas las prácticas y competencias deportivas se cancelan hasta el 28 de septiembre. Por favor ayude a sus hijos a comprender que los veremos en persona lo antes posible.

AUG 6
Student Accident Insurance 2020-2021

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Markel  Student Accident Insurance 2020-2021  Markel Flyer

Enroll online at http://markel.sevencorners.com or call 877-444-5014 for enrollment by phone.  Payment must be made by credit or debit card.

Markel  Seguro Estudiantil de Accidente 2020-2021  Markel Folleto

Enlistar en La Red http://markel.sevencorners.com o llamar por teléfono 877-444-5014.  Pago se debe hacer con una tarjeta de credito ó debito.

AUG 3
Elkhart County Health Department Public Service Announcement #2

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AUG 3
Elkhart County Health Department Public Service Announcement

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JUL 31
COVID-19 Screening for Parents

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JUN 29
Elkhart County Health Department Mask Mandate

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JUN 24
Back To School Parent Survey (English and Spanish)

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Below is the link for our Back To School Parent Survey. We invite you to complete this survey if you have students who attend Middlebury Community Schools. We value your input as we plan for the return to school in the fall.

https://forms.gle/a71wbJcAK6Vxr8aC9

https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSfyMB8Ym0v6ePsJZ…/viewform…

JUN 17
School Board Vacancy

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Due to the resignation of Robert Souder, the Middlebury Community Board of School Trustees is seeking an individual to complete his term, which runs through December 31, 2020. This individual must be a resident of Jefferson Township.  The school board will be accepting letters of interest and applications until Monday, June 29, 2020.  Applications can be accessed on the MCS website at https://www.mcsin-k12.org/bulletins/files/docs/School_Board_Application_Form.pdf or the Middlebury Community Schools’ Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/middleburycs. If you would like an application mailed or emailed, please call the Administration Center at 574-825-9425.

JUN 16
Update from Dr. Lydia Mertz, Health Officer

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Health Department News Release 6/15/20 (PDF)

Lydia Mertz, MD
Elkhart County Health Officer
June 15, 2020

As you know, Elkhart County is in the midst of a Coronavirus outbreak that is hitting the county hard. The recent mask guidance will help you decide how best to use a mask to protect your family and neighbors. This is in addition to all the other measures we have been talking about for the past few months: wash your hands frequently with soap and water; use social distancing of 6 feet whenever possible; if not possible to distance, wear a mask; clean frequently touched surfaces often; stay home if you are feeling ill. We all need to be doing all these things to bring down the rate of Covid-19 in Elkhart County.

I also want to give you some of the data I see, to let you know how things are going.

  • Week of May 24-30 we saw 307 new cases, out of 1,964 tests, for a positivity rate of 15.6%
  • Week of May 31-June 6 we saw 413 cases out of 2,541 tests, for a positivity rate of 16.2%
  • Week of June 7-13, we have seen 375 new cases, but the numbers on tests are still coming in as of this writing. The preliminary numbers look like the positivity rate will continue to climb, possibly to close to 20%.

When we see the rate of positive cases increasing that fast, we have cause for alarm. We need to act now, prevent an even steeper increase, and get the curve flattened. Only by being far more vigilant in our actions as we encounter and interact with others can we prevent more disease and death. Please remember, we have no treatment or vaccine for this virus. The only way to control the spread is by our own actions. Let’s all look to flatten the curve and keep each other safe!

Lydia Mertz, MD
Elkhart County Health Officer
608 Oakland Ave., Elkhart, IN 46516
(574)-523-2105
lmertz@elkhartcounty.com
elkhartcountyhealth.org

JUN 16
ECHD Guidance on Wearing Face Coverings

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Guidance on Wearing Face Coverings (PDF)
Directriz para el uso de cubrebocas (PDF)
ECHD Frequently Asked Questions FAQ (PDF)
ECHD Preguntas Frecuentes FAQ (PDF)


Elkhart County Health Department
Guidance on Wearing Face Coverings

The outbreak of a new coronavirus continues to cause the disease called COVID-19. Elkhart County is experiencing record numbers of confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. There remains no vaccine to protect against COVID-19. In order to protect Elkhart County residents and keep Elkhart County working, the Elkhart County Health Department needs your help to slow the spread of the virus. The most common way the virus spreads is through tiny airborne droplets emitted from an infected person’s mouth or nose as a result of speaking, coughing, or sneezing. These infected airborne droplets are known to be transmitted from individuals that are symptomatic (already experiencing COVID-19 symptoms) or presymptomatic (will soon, but have not yet, experienced COVID-19 symptoms). Although unknown at this time, these infected airborne droplets may also be transmitted from individuals that are asymptomatic (are infected but are unlikely to show any COVID-19 symptoms). With this understanding, the Elkhart County Health Department strongly recommends that every individual living in, working in, or otherwise entering Elkhart County follow this Guidance on Wearing Face Coverings (“Guidance”).

This Guidance is broken into five distinct parts:

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MAY 29
Head Start Enrollment

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MAY 27
Message from Elkhart County Health Department

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Message from Elkhart County Health Department

MAY 14
Graduation 2020

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NHS Graduation 2020

In order to be compliant with the State of Indiana, the Indiana Department of Education, and the Elkhart County Health Department, Northridge High School Graduation will be on July 11, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in the Varsity Football Stadium. Graduation will resemble our traditional ceremony with a few exceptions.  A rain date is scheduled for July 12.  All graduates will receive only 2 tickets for parents, guests or family members.  Social distancing guidelines will apply for graduates and guests. The wearing of masks will be encouraged.  There will be no group gatherings allowed after the ceremony for photos, hugging, etc.  All students and guests must leave the stadium and parking lots immediately after the ceremony. 

Although the Elkhart County Health Department gave us permission to hold a traditional ceremony, there is a possibility that could change after state and county officials review the impact of re-opening the state. If Governor Holcomb or the Elkhart County Health Department decides we cannot have a traditional ceremony, we have prepared an alternate plan for a drive-through ceremony.

MAY 13
Elkhart County Health Department Update

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Please continue to make wise decisions and be safe!Elkhart County Health Department Update

APR 13
Brick Paver Order Form

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The deadline has been extended for people to purchase a brick for the new athletic complex.  This is a great way to honor someone or make sure your family name is on the walkway.  Please have all orders turned into the administration center by May 1, 2020.

APR 3
Important E-Learning and Breakfast/Lunch Message

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Good Evening Middlebury Families,  

Middlebury Community Schoolswill return to e-learning on April 13, the Monday after Spring Break.  E-Learning will take place each week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday until the last week of May.  In the last week of May, e-learning will be on Tuesday and Thursday.  We will continue to offer paper copies of lessons for the students who need them.  We plan to distribute our Grab and Go Mealson this coming Monday for all 5 days of Spring Break and will also offer meals after break.  We have posted the new e-learning on our website at www.mcsin-k12.org and our Middlebury Community Schools Facebook page.  Thank you for helping us provide your child with learning opportunities.    

MAR 27
REVISED Food Service Breakfast/Lunch Pickup Schedule

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Please see our revised food service schedule for breakfast and lunch pickups.

MAR 21
Revised E-Learning Calendar

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MAR 14
School Closing

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For the safety of our students and staff, Middlebury Community Schools had determined to close all schools on Tuesday, March 17, through the period of spring break. Schools would resume tentatively on Monday, April 13.  We will send home information on Monday for all students concerning the educational plan for E-Learning moving forward.  All of the information  will also be posted on our website and social media sites.

MAR 5
New Stable Grounds Logo

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Press Release:                    

Middlebury Community Schools Board of Trustees Meeting 3/3/2020

At the Middlebury Community Schools Board of Trustees Meeting on 3/3/2020, Sidnee Barbaro, a Northridge High School sophomore was honored for creating the new Stable Grounds logo.  Stable Grounds is the organization partnering with the Middlebury Community Schools to offer K-12 social emotional counseling using equine therapy with miniature horses and donkeys.  Sidnee received a $100 gift card with a thank you from the Stable Grounds Board and the Middlebury Community Schools Board. 

Sidnee Barbaro, a Northridge High School sophomore was honored for creating the new Stable Grounds logo.

MAR 5
Important Message for MCS Families Regarding COVID-19

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Dear Middlebury Community Schools Families,

The health, safety and well-being of Middlebury Community Schools students and staff are our top priorities. With the ongoing elevated discussion regarding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the world news, we are reaching out to remind everyone in the MCS family about the preventive safety measures we can all take, as well as to inform you what we at MCS are doing.

As a school district, we are closely monitoring the situation via the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. The CDC is providing local expert and community guidance through the Elkhart County Health Department and the Indiana Department of Health. We are also receiving information from the U.S. Department of Education and the Indiana Department of Education, as well as a host of other state and national professional organizations. The one good thing about this situation is that there is an abundance of expert guidance. We are following the advice and direction of the governmental entities in charge. As a district, we are focusing on the things within our control.

All of the health officials are uniformly reiterating that the best preventive measure that each and every one of us can do is practice good hand hygiene. The same precautions that we annually remind our students, at all grade levels, during the cold and flu season are the exact same practices that the CDC is recommending to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  1. Clean hands. Washing your hands often will help protect you from germs. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  2. Cover your mouth and nose. Remind your students to cover their mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. The best thing to do is to cough/sneeze into your elbow. Second best is to cover the mouth and nose area with a tissue and then throw the tissue away.
  3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth.
  4. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you are sick, keep your distance from others to protect them from getting sick too.

MCS’s janitorial staff already cleans common areas and disinfects common touch surfaces regularly. We ramp up these efforts during the cold and flu season. Under the current circumstances and in an abundance of precaution, MCS is taking extra steps to increase our normal diligent disinfectant measures.

As stated in all MCS Student Handbooks if students are sick please keep them home. Students should not return to school until they are fever and symptom free for 24 hours. We are constantly reminding families to practice this ongoing safety practice year round.

As it pertains to concerns over COVID-19 symptoms, the CDC has very specific recommendations if the symptoms coincide with recent travel to specific countries on their watch lists.

This situation continues to evolve. MCS Administrators are staying abreast of the information, as we have since the beginning. If the need should arise to change or defer from our normal operations, rest assured we will communicate with our families and staff immediately.

Thank you for your ongoing support of our schools, 

Mrs. Jane Allen
Superintendent

MAR 4
Notice of Additional Appropriations Hearing

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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION

Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of the school corporation known as Middlebury Community Schools (the "School Corporation") that the Board of School Trustees (the "Board") of the School Corporation will meet at the School Corporation's Administration Center, 56853 Northridge Drive, Middlebury, Indiana, at the hour of 4:00 p.m. (Local Time) on March 17, 2020, to consider the following additional appropriation of the bonds (the "Bonds") which the Board has determined to issue. The Board considers such additional appropriation necessary to meet the need existing at this time:

An appropriation in the amount of $5,350,000 from the proceeds of the Bonds, and all investment earnings thereon, on account of the renovation of and improvements to school facilities, including the purchase of equipment and technology (the "Project") in the School Corporation, including the incidental expenses necessary to be incurred in connection with the Project and the issuance of Bonds on account thereof. The funds to meet such additional appropriation are to be provided by the issuance and sale of Bonds by the School Corporation.

The foregoing appropriation is in addition to all appropriations provided for in the existing budget and tax levy, and a need for such appropriation exists by reason of the inadequacy of the present buildings to provide necessary school facilities in the School Corporation.

Taxpayers of the School Corporation appearing at said meeting shall have the right to be heard in respect to the additional appropriation.

Dated this 4th day of March, 2020.

Robert Souder
Secretary, Board of School Trustees
Middlebury Community Schools

FEB 24
2020-2021 Transportation Requests

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Dear Parents,

Thank you very much for your consistent efforts to help us bring our student bus transportation database up to date. Because of your efforts in recent years, we are once again able to "roll over" this year's data into next school year. If for any reason your student's busing needs change, please fill out a 2020-2021 Transportation Request Form and return it to us.

Given our bus driver shortage and the crowded buses, it is very important to let us know when your student will no longer be riding a bus, as that seat can then be utilized by another rider. Also, please remember to be aware of the timing for Fall 2020, all bus routes for next year will be established by July 24th, 2020. Any change made after that date WILL NOT BE GUARANTEED A BUS ON THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL.

We appreciate your continued cooperation, as it is our goal to offer safe and reliable transportation to each of our students. We will continue to strive for excellence as we transport our students daily.

Thank You,

Middlebury Community Schools
Transportation Office
574/825-9410


2020-2021 Transportation Request Form (for students 10th grade and under)

2020-2021 Transportation Request Form (for Juniors and Seniors)

FEB 20
Student Transfer Information - 2020-2021

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The Middlebury Community School District is offering tuition-free enrollment in Middlebury Community Schools for the 2020-2021 school year.

Student Transfer Application

FEB 20
NOTICE OF DETERMINATION

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Pursuant to Indiana Code 6-1.1-20-5, notice is hereby given that the Board of School Trustees of the Middlebury Community Schools has preliminarily determined to issue bonds in the aggregate amount not to exceed $5,350,000 to fund the proposed renovation of and improvements to school facilities, including the purchase of equipment and technology (the "Project").

Dated: February 26, 2020

/s/ Robert Souder
Secretary, Board of School Trustees
Middlebury Community Schools

JAN 30
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

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Pursuant to Indiana Code 20-26-7-37, the Board of School Trustees of Middlebury Community Schools gives notice that on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at 4:00 p.m., they will meet in public session at the Administration Center, 56853 Northridge Drive, Middlebury, Indiana, to discuss and hear objections and support regarding the proposed renovation of and improvements to school facilities including the purchase of equipment and technology.  You are invited to attend and participate in the public hearing.

Dated:  February 5, 2020

/s/ Robert Souder
Secretary, Board of School Trustees
Middlebury Community Schools

DEC 30
Network Issues

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MCS Community,
At the beginning of Christmas break, the computer network for Middlebury Community Schools experienced a virus outbreak.  In response to this, the technology department took the network down as quickly as it could in order to stop the spread of the virus.  MCS also contacted and began working with two different entities that specialize in situations such as this.  It was determined that our data was not compromised and is safe.  The school system has backups of data and the technology department has been working to bring systems back online in an orderly manner to ensure that the network is protected and safe.  In response to this, all students and staff will be asked to reset their login password upon returning to school.  All students with a school-issued Windows laptop will also need to turn it in so that the proper new protections can be put in place on each device.  Chromebooks and personal devices are not affected by this issue.  It will take some time for systems to return to normal.  We thank you for your understanding and apologize for inconveniences that this will cause.  Please rest assured that Middlebury Community Schools takes the safety of students and staff seriously and are working to continue to provide a quality and digitally-enhanced learning environment for all of our students.

DEC 13
Cross Cultural Opportunity: Host a Foreign Exchange Student!

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We are looking for a loving family to host a girl from Vietnam who is very excited to attend Northridge High School starting in August 2020. We need to find a placement for her before her visa can be processed.

The host family receives a 500$ monthly stipend, and should provide three meals a day, a bedroom, and a place to study. The student will come with their own health insurance as well as spending money. 

It is a wonderful way to bring a great cultural exchange into your own family.  Please contact Sarah Lavy, the local coordinator, if you are interested. She can be reached at 574-822 5321 and by email at lavys@mcsin-k12.org. For more information, visit the website below:

Private & Public School F-1 Exchange (http://pse-edu.org/)

Thanks so much for your interest in taking a student into your home and family!

NOV 12
New 2020-2021 Event Calendar

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A new event calendar for the 2020-2021 school year was approved by the school board at the November 5, 2019 board meeting.

2020-2021 MCS Event Calendar (PDF)

SEP 27
Public Meeting Notice - TA Meeting

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Middlebury Community Schools
SEA 390 Public Meeting

SEA 390 TA Meeting of the Middlebury Teachers Association and Middlebury Community Schools

October 2, 2019, 4:00 p.m.

Administration Center Board Room
56853 Northridge Drive
Middlebury, IN  46540

The School Board will meet pursuant to Indiana Code 20-29-6-19(a) to discuss the terms of the tentative agreement of the teacher collective bargaining agreement, which is posted at http://www.mcsin-k12.org/about/board/mta_tentative_agreement_20190916.pdf.

SEP 25
MCS Budget Hearing Notices - 9/17/2019

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Prescribed by the Department of Local Government Finance
Approved by the State Board of Accounts
Budget Form No.3 (Rev. 2019)
Online PREVIEW

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

The Notice to Taxpayers is available online at www.budgetnotices.in.gov or by calling (888) 739-9826.

Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of MIDDLEBURY COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION, Elkhart County, Indiana that the proper officers of Middlebury Community Schools will conduct a public hearing on the year 2020 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of Middlebury Community Schools not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, Middlebury Community Schools shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of Middlebury Community Schools will meet to adopt the following budget:

Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of govemment at 56853 Northridge Drive, Middlebury, IN 46540.

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SEP 19
From the Elkhart County Health Department

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Memo from the Elkhart County Health Department

SEP 8
Middlebury Community Schools SEA 390 Public Hearing

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Public Hearing Notice

SEA 390 Public Hearing of the Middlebury Teachers Association and Middlebury Community Schools

September 11, 2019, 4:00 p.m.

Administration Center Board Room
56853 Northridge Drive
Middlebury, IN 46540

Public testimony will be taken at this hearing pursuant to Indiana Code 20-29-6-1(a) regarding teacher compensation and collective bargaining.

(Archived News)