MPA’s new MEAL PLAN!             Image result for papa gino's

MPA has partnered with Papa Gino’s to provide school lunches, starting

October 30. What does this mean?

  1. If your child is currently enrolled in the MPA meal plan and qualifies for FREE meals, you don’t have to do ANYTHING.  Breakfast and lunch will continue to be provided per the monthly Menu (Click here for Monthly Menu)

  2. If your child is currently enrolled in the MPA meal plan and qualifies for REDUCED or FULL-PRICE meals, there is a slight increase in pricing.  Please click the appropriate link below for more information.  

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  3. If your child is not currently enrolled in the MPA meal program, but you would like him/her to be, please contact Ms. DonFrancesco at MPA (521-4335) and she will assist you in enrollment and checking to see if your child qualifies for free, reduced, or full-price meals.

  4. For a look at the new Menu, check out our facebook page or Click here for Monthly Menu

Winter is Coming!! Closings and Delays!!

For MPA students who ride Statewide buses, there is at times confusion as to what happens if one district is delayed and another one isn’t. Is MPA delayed? Is the bus delayed?

FIRST THING: Know your child’s Statewide Bus Route! Click below to download a copy of the morning and afternoon routes:

Statewide Busing Morning Routes to MPA

Statewide Busing Afternoon Routes from MPA

SECOND: Check this web site, the MPA Facebook Page, local TV stations (Channel 12, 10, 6 or Fox-64) or local radio stations to see if MPA is open. You can also check Operation SnowBall

THIRD: Download and save the MPA Winter Weather policy (below), so you know how to handle delays, early dismissals, and closings due to weather