• Solar Eclipse - August 2017

    On Monday, August 21st there will be a solar eclipse. The Maconaquah Schools have researched the educational value of having our students observe this event. We have concluded that in the best interest of our students, we have decided to keep all students grades K-12 inside to participate in appropriate educational activities.

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  • Maconaquah substitute teachers are needed!

    Maconaquah Schools are looking for substitute teachers, please apply today!


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  • Pay Your Students Lunches

    Pay for your student's lunches and more with e-Funds for Schools, anytime, anywhere from your computer or smartphone.




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  • Labor Day Vacation

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  • eLearning Day

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  • Fall Break

    Intercession - Oct 9-13 Break - Oct 16-20
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  • Thanksgiving Vacation

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Message from the Superintendent


Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Doug Arnold’s Message: 

Welcome to the Maconaquah Schools’ corporation website.  Our website has been updated and we hope it will answer any questions that you might have about us. We want the Maconaquah Schools to be the corporation of choice in North Central Indiana. 

We are located 13 miles north of Kokomo, Indiana. The school corporation includes 168 square miles of land.  Our school corporation includes four buildings:

  • Maconaquah High School
  • Maconaquah Middle School
  • Maconaquah Elementary School
  • Pipe Creek Elementary School 

Our Average Daily Membership or ADM count for grades K-12 as of September 16, 2016 is 2261.  

Maconaquah School Corporation is truly fortunate to have a highly qualified team of teachers, administrators and classified staff serving our students.  We have 140 certified staff and 144 classified staff for the 2017-18 school year. 

We have an extremely safe and secure school corporation with a state-approved school safety plan and we have a School Resource Officer (SRO) who is a Miami County Sheriff’s Deputy.  

We have an exceptional technology program. We have been one-to-one (one computer per student) grades K-12 for five school years. We have been approved by the Indiana Department of Education for the past three school years to use eLearning days when school is cancelled due to inclement weather.

Each of our four buildings has a special emphasis on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education.  In fact, Maconaquah Middle School is a STEM certified building by the IDOE. 

We operate on a balanced calendar which allows us to provide remediation to our neediest students and enrichment as a choice for the first week of our two-week fall and spring breaks.  

The Maconaquah Schools offer tuition-free transfers to those students who “choose” us. 

If you ever have any questions or concerns about the Maconaquah Schools, please feel free to call or e-mail at 765-689-9131 or arnoldd@maconaquah.K12.in.us



Mac awarded Digital Learning Grant
$75,000 awarded for digital curriculum work
By Eric Stoff, stoffe@maconaquah.k12.in.us

Maconaquah School Corporation is one of 32 school districts in Indiana to receive funds from the 2017 Digital Learning Grant, awarded by the Indiana Department of Education’s (IDOE) Office of eLearning.

Maconaquah’s proposal for $75,000, the largest amount available to a district, will be used for the development, creation, and curation of digital curriculum material.

Maconaquah Technology Director Judy Off said this grant will allow the corporation to “move forward” with its technology initiative, which has become one of Maconaquah’s best-known accolades in recent years.

“A digital curriculum is at the heart of what we do each day in the classroom,” Off said. “This grant will allow teachers and administrators to have meaningful conversations and planning sessions about curriculum mapping, content creation, and content curation.”

Off said collaboration among Maconaquah staff members, other grant recipients, and experts in the field will “provide students with the best possible academic preparation.”

Superintendent Dr. Doug Arnold agreed, noting that one of Maconaquah’s five strategic goals is “to be the leading school corporation in north-central Indiana in the use of technology for teaching and learning.”

Maconaquah also was awarded one of the first Digital Learning Grants offered by the IDOE about six years ago, which allowed the corporation to implement 1:1 computing.

“I am very proud of the hard work and dedication of our staff who have written previous grants and who wrote the most recent Digital Learning Grant,” Arnold said, calling to mind the Imagining and Creating eLearning Grant that allowed Maconaquah to pilot eLearning days in 2013, and the PSTEM grant that allowed Maconaquah Middle School to become a state-certified STEM school in 2016.

“It is through this kind of grant that we are able to continue growing our use of technology to support the teaching-learning process,” Arnold said.

Sixty-four districts applied for this year’s grant program, according to an IDOE press release, and awards ranged from $35,000-$75,000. A total of $2.3 million was awarded to 32 districts.

“This was a competitive selection process and I congratulate these school districts,” said Dr. Jennifer McCormick, Superintendent of Public Instruction in a press release. “I am confident they will use these dollars wisely, making a significant impact on learning for all students.”