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Kindergarten Registration Information

Kindergarten registration is beginning in Madison County Schools! For the latest on enrolling your child in kindergarten for the 2015-2016 school year, please click HERE.

Public forum to discuss the district facilities plan is scheduled

On behalf of the Madison Board of Education, the Madison County Local Planning Committee will convene its 8th meeting and 3rd public forum to continue development of the District Facilities Plan. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. local time Monday, March 2, 2015, at the Glenn Marshall Elementary School Media Center. This public forum will be for the purpose of discussing items concerning the District Facilities Plan. The public forum will be followed by a meeting to consider items discussed in the forum and the review of the plan by the Kentucky Department of Education.

Next confidentiality training location changed

The next confidentiality training is scheduled for Monday, March 2, at 6 p.m. The location has been changed to Farristown Middle School.

Breakfast/lunch menu update

The district's cafeteria managers met this afternoon to iron out the details of the breakfast and lunch menus after this extended winter break. When school resumes, please follow LAST WEEK's breakfast and lunch menus. The food service staff will be trying to stick as closely with those planned meals as possible.

Wrestlers to represent MCS at State Competition

Madison County Schools will be well represented at the state wrestling competition this year. Congratulations and Best Wishes to Sam Kauer, Justus Williams, and Joey Scribano from Madison Southern High; and Jonathon Gadd, Ryan McManus, Chris Morrow, Will Keeney, Aaron Flenner, and Corban Couch from Madison Central High.

Congratulations to MCHS Band Director Brent Barton

At the recently concluded Kentucky Music Educators Association State In-Service Conference, Mr. H. Brent Barton was named as the Phi Beta Mu Outstanding Band Master for the State of Kentucky.  This award is given annually at the Kentucky All-State Band concerts in the Kentucky Center for the Arts, Whitney Hall, on the first Saturday  of each February by the Professional National Band Fraternity, Phi Beta Mu. This award represents the highest level of recognition for a wind band conductor in Kentucky and is representative of a lifetime of Distinguished Achievement attained by only a very few Directors and Conductors across the nation.

February Board Meeting Notes

Tony Thomas, architect with Clotfelter-Samokar Architects, presented the preliminary renderings for the renovations at Foley Middle and Silver Creek Elementary schools at Thursday’s regular Board of Education meeting. The renderings are part of the first stages for planning and development for the renovation projects that will begin at Foley and Silver Creek in the fall.

Kit Carson teacher featured in Kentucky Teacher magazine

Rhonda Orttenburger, a 5th grade language arts teacher at Kit Carson Elementary, participated in the Kentucky Core Academic Standards (KCAS) Challenge, which offers teachers and others the opportunity to provide feedback on the English/language arts and mathematics standards. Orttenburger said she welcomed the chance to weigh in on the standards and to help make sure teachers’ voices are heard.

To read more about the KCAS Challenge and Orttenburger's experience, read the rest of the article in Kentucky Teacher magaine by clicking HERE.

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