Superintendent's Message

Students Reading

Dear Midland Park Parents/Guardians and Community Members,

March begins with NEA’s Read Across America Week, an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for children in our nation to celebrate reading on March 2nd, the birthday of famed children’s books author Dr. Seuss.  Our schools strive to instill a love for reading in our students and we look forward to spotlighting this all-important skill all week.

The MPHS/Boosters Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Dinner will be held on March 24th at the Brick House.  Honoring those who contributed greatly and with honor to the district’s athletic programs makes for a wonderful evening of memories and fellowship.  The warm and windy days of March signal it is time for students to participate in a variety of spring sports.  Students, staff, and school families are looking forward to being outside to support our student-athletes in baseball, softball, tennis, and track.

As always, everyone wants to be in the audience for MPHS’s annual musical!  This year’s production is Hollman & Kotis’s, Urinetown, a musical satire on capitalism and politics.  Witty and engaging, the plot finds our hero reacting to a government-enforced ban on private toilets by planning a revolution to lead his fellow citizens to freedom from paying for one of nature’s most basic needs.  Be sure to mark your calendars for what promises to be another amazing MPHS production: March 16th, 17th, and 18th

On behalf of all in our district, please accept my best wishes for a happy month.



Dr. Marie Cirasella

Dr. Marie Cirasella

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