We have had a really exciting beginning to the 2015-16 school year! 

Maconaquah High School

  • MHS graduate Laura Frye is a National FFA Finalist in her FFA proficiency with dairy cattle production.
  • The Wizard of Oz included 200 students, grades k-12, in the cast.
  • We had a terrific Homecoming Week that generated much enthusiasm and involvement.

Maconaquah Middle School

  • Congresswoman Jackie Walorski visited the middle school. Principal Craig Jernagan shared the middle school’s STEM program including a problem-solving, collaborative robotics unit.  She sent a card after her visit which stated “Marks for all the great work you and your team are doing at Maconaquah! “
  • The middle school held their annual “boot camp” for 6th graders. This helps to ease the anxiety associated with moving from the fifth grade at Maconaquah Elementary School to the sixth grade at the middle school.

Maconaquah Elementary School

  • There was a very successful ARISS project through which Maconaquah Elementary School students talked directly to astronauts on the International Space Station.
  • Astronaut David Wolf visited Maconaquah Elementary and talked to the student body about his experiences in helping establish the space station. He also shared the importance of a strong math and science background to pursuing a future in aerospace.
  • Maconaquah Elementary has completed three community-outreach events entitled “Mac El on the Road”. 
  • The No Excuses University Program has allowed numerous classrooms to visit nearby colleges and universities. 

Pipe Creek Elementary School

  • The preschool received funding from a grant to purchase rocking chairs for use in special education classrooms. 
  • This is our sixth year offering Head Start to children ages three through five.
  • Our Brave Academy continues to offer a parent-paid preschool.

Grading Periods

The first 9-week grading period ended on October 1, 2015. Parent/Teacher Conferences were held on Friday, October 2, 2015.  Classes resume on Monday, October 19, 2015 following a 2-week fall break.

November 18, 2015 will be our 2nd pre-scheduled eLearning Day for students in grades K-12.  The second 9-week grading period will end on December 22, 2015.  Christmas Vacation is scheduled for December 23, 2015 through January 5, 2016. Classes will resume on January 6, 2016 to begin 2nd semester.



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Buy your MAC gear here!
Mac Athletics is pleased to announce our first on-line store to purchase Maconaquah athletic gear, sponsored by Indy-based Lids, Inc.  This on-line store will be open year round.  You may design your item by selecting the color, size, and Mac logo for all items purchased.  Items will be shipped directly to you in approximately 1-2 weeks. Click on the following link to take you to the Mac Store!

Maconaquah School Lunch Program

Please read the following information to clarify some misconceptions regarding the USDA guidelines for food/snacks sold in Maconaquah schools.

Maconaquah employees have reviewed documentation provided by the USDA as to requirements for school lunches, fundraisers, and classroom snacks. According to the law, we will be following these USDA guidelines outlined in the document below:

These food requirements only apply to items that are sold to students during the school day.  We appreciate your concern for your students.

Contact Information:


Maconaquah School Corporation is pleased to announce a partnership with to provide Internet service to our Maconaquah family.

Free service requires the customer to purchase a self installation kit and equipment which starts at $75.  Installation starts at $50 for the free service.  Free service is limited to a single computer and limited monthly throughput for non class related use.

Basic service starts at $19.99 a month, and the setup fee is $100 with a $50 discount for school related clients.  Basic service speed is up to 768k down and 256k up.

Standard service starts at $34.99 a month, and the standard setup fee is $100 with a $50 discount for school related clients.  Standard service speed is up to 2m down and 512k up.

Advanced service starts at $49.99 a month, and the setup fee is $100 with a $50 discount for school related clients.  Advanced service speed is up to 4m down and 1m up.

Custom speeds area available, and will be quoted on an individual basis.

E-mail contact:
Phone: 765-327-4149

Please contact Kelly McPike, McKinney-Vento liaison, at 765-689-9131, x3000, to request information regarding the enrollment and services provided to homeless students.

Bullying Report

To make an anonymous report, please print the form and complete as much information as possible, but do not sign your name.  Turn the report into the office at the appropriate building.  Upon receipt of the report, an investigation will be conducted and established procedures will be followed.

False reporting will be dealt with according to the school discipline policy.  Please refer to the student handbook for each building.
Wednesday, December 16
6:00 PM
Tuesday, December 22
End of 2nd Nine Weeks

Wed, Dec 23 - Fri, Dec 25

Mon, Dec 28 - Thu, Dec 31

Friday, January 1