Manistee Area Public Schools

Manistee Area Public Schools requests proposals for the implementation of energy management equipment, modernization, maintenance and training services for the buildings in the District, on a performance contracting basis. All proposals shall be funded through annual energy and operational savings.

Manistee Area Public Schools has teamed up with the Great Start Readiness Program and is now offering FREE four year old preschool to eligible families at Madison Elementary Early Childhood Center.

The Great Start Readiness Program is a tuition FREE preschool that prepares children for Kindergarten. Eligible students are children of Manistee County who attain the age of 4 by September 1st of the current school year. Our program offers breakfast and lunch, as well as transportation through partnership with Dial-a-Ride. 

Please complete the application on the below of this letter and return it to Jefferson Elementary or Manistee ISD. 

Welcome to Manistee Area Public Schools

At Manistee Area Public Schools we want the very best for all of our students. We have developed a continuum of education from Pre-School to Twelfth Grade. Our devoted teachers, administrators and support staff take a very personal approach to educating students at every level. We encourage parents and community members to join us as we guide our "honored students" toward their peak potential.

Manistee Area Public Schools is open for enrollment for the 2015 - 2016 school year for all grade levels Pre-Kindergarten to Twelfth Grade. To enroll at MAPS, pick from one of the following:

Notices for School Board Meetings

Work/Study Session
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Kennedy Elementary
550 Maple St, Manistee, MI 49660

Manistee Area Public Schools Adaptive Classroom

This year Manistee Area Public Schools is taking a true step in the latest instructional best practice by implementing an Interim Assessment process. Simply put, an interim assessment is one that is utilized to give the teacher information about how students are learning recently taught material.  The MAPS Interim Assessment Project (IAP) is a way to:
  1. Ensure student mastery of the Common Core (CCSS) with the right combination of CCSS-driven content, technology and services. 
  2. Streamline the planning, creating and assigning of custom district assessments.
  3. Gauge student progress using high-quality content written to the CCSS.
  4. Gain deep insight into student performance with intuitive reporting and analysis. 
  5. Target student needs in the moment with tools to create instructional plans - including reteaching - for the whole class or a small group.