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Kirksville Elementary places 2nd in Breakfast Challenge

The Kentucky School Breakfast Challenge was launched this year to help schools focus on increasing the participation in school breakfast. Students who eat breakfast show improved academic performance, but many students don't take advantage of the opportunity to eat breakfast at school. Schools measured the average daily student participation in the breakfast program during the month of September and compared that participation to the same month in 2013. The Kentucky Department of Education sponsored the breakfast challange in cooperation with the Southeast United Dairy Industry. Kirksville Elementary was recognized as a second place winner.

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Walk in Jimmy's Shoes has another successful year

Thank you to Jack Burford Chevrolet and Soft Shoe for teaming up with our community to provide shoes for our middle and high school students who are in need this winter. More than 130 pairs of shoes were donated along with money to purchase shoes. Walk in Jimmy's Shoes is a great program that certainly helps a lot of kids each year!

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Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass grant recipients announced

Each year, Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass awards 10 $1,000 grants to Madison County Schools teachers who have innovative ideas in the areas of science, math, and/or technology. This year's grant recipients have been announced and their ideas range from understanding spatial reasoning and engineering rules to building bridges that will withstand earthquakes and even creating virtual lab experiences. Congratulations to these teachers!

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MKA teacher featured in KCM newsletter

Jennifer Martin, a third year Mathematics Intervention Teacher at Madison Kindergarten Academy in Madison County, has taken the KCM Community by storm with her leadership initiative and passion for mathematics teaching and learning!

To read the rest of the article by Kentucky Center for Mathematics, click HERE.

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Braves Camp Store Gives Back

Student employees of the Braves Camp Store used store proffits to purchase gifts for local charity.

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Math Intervention Teachers Honored with Trailblazer Award

Thirteen Kentucky teachers received the Northern Kentucky University Trailblazer Award for Mathematics Education during a presentation by President Mearns Dec. 4 at the Embassy Suites Lexington. Among them were 5 math interventionists from Madison County Schools.

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MSHS selects new principal

Madison Southern High School has selected Brandon Watkins as its next principal. Watkins has served the school as associate principal since January 2014.

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Kingston FCA hosts successful food drive

The Kingston FCA organized a very successful food drive this year. Students and staff donated a total of 2,147 pounds of food! All food donated has been given to the Kingston Family Resource Center to distribute to Kingston families in need this holiday season.

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New principal hired at Silver Creek Elementary

Silver Creek Elementary School has selected Angie Barnes as its next principal. Barnes has served the school as interim principal since August 2014. Her duties as principal took affect Nov. 14.

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Board adopts new District Vision statement

The Madison County Board of Education approved the adoption of a unified mission and vision statement in to one comprehensive vision statement.

Madison County Schools, in partnership with the community, strives to equip educators and students with the skills to lead by example, develop and speak with a unique voice, and explore their academic curiosity to make a positive impact on our community and world.

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On Fire For Their Future

It’s an exciting time to be a part of Madison County Schools! Our academic achievements shine through our designation as a proficient-progressing district.

Our commitment to early childhood learning has been strengthened by the implementation of full-day kindergarten across the district. And we’re pressing forward with important facilities improvements that will enhance learning for students.

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