Alert: Reminder: School is in session Monday, Feb. 15.

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MCHS mock trial takes 1st place at UK

Congratulations to the Madison Central High School Mock Trial for taking 1st place at the UK Mock Trial's 5th Annual Wildcat Invitational. This team is an amazing group of kids that work hard and represent Madison Central High School, Madison County Schools, and Richmond very well every time they compete.

School in session Feb. 15

In an effort to maximize face-to-face instructional time and in light of our recent inclement weather, Madison County Schools WILL BE in session on Monday, February 15.

MCHS JROTC wins championship

Madison Central Army JROTC Raider and Drill teams win Bluegrass League Championship.

My School: White Hall Elementary

As the New Year begins, White Hall Elementary students are excited and roaring to return and embrace the many upcoming challenges, one of which includes the academic matches of the 2016 season. The White Hall Elementary Academic Team consists of 4th and 5th grade students who participate in either the quick recall team, test taking team, or both. Students are selected after scoring in the top percent of a cumulative written test as well as several tryout sessions for the quick recall team. With White Hall having a very large number of students in both 4th and 5th grades, you can imagine the difficult task of selecting the team by our coaches.

9 MCS teachers awarded Innovation Grants

Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass (BPBG) presented a $10,000 donation to Madison County Schools to fund innovative classroom activities focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Teachers from nine different schools will share the funds from BPBG for activities to promote student-centered learning.

Kingston students host food drive to help those in need

During the holiday season, the Kingston Family Resource Center helps many families with food. The two week break in December poses a problem for some families that depend on breakfast and lunch being served to their children at school. The Richmond Church of Christ donated 40 boxes of food to the FRC this year allowing more families than ever to be served; still more food was needed. 

Winter Weather Information

It's finally winter! The cold temperatures create a good time to remind parents about a few things:
1. If school is cancelled due to inclement weather, the cancellation will be found on the district's website, social media pages, and on the local news outlets. If you see a social media friend post that school has been cancelled, please check one of the official sites to confirm. Those sites can be found by clicking these links:  Facebook or Twitter.
2. The district does use a delay system on occasion. If a delay is called and you need additional information, please click HERE.
3. This year, the district has the opportunity to use Non-Traditional Instructional Days (NTI: Madison). NTI days will be announced in the same way that cancelled or delayed days are announced. If you have not received information from your child's school, please contact them as soon as possible. Additional NTI: Madison can be found HERE.

CMMS students share lessons with students from Ukraine

Mrs. Andrea Hunt’s STAR class at Clark-Moores Middle School focused on current events, geography and pen pals in the first semester. The class began corresponding with Ms. Larissa Rykova and her class from the Lugansk Region, Ukraine, on the border of Russia. That region has been at war and, although the postal service has been been very slow, they have been able to communicate regularly through e-mails. Ms. Rykova’s goal is to help her students become more fluent in English and Mrs. Hunt’s goal is for her students to learn about the culture and have the opportunity to have a pen pal in another country.

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