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Operation Turkey at BMCMS generates more than 1,600 cans of food

BMCMS Student Council members collect food for Operation Turkey food drive.Carter Lakes, sponsor of B. Michael Caudill Middle School student council, guided her student council members through a food drive called Operation Turkey. The drive was a huge success. More than 1,600 cans were collected and donated to God's Outreach Food Pantry. The sixth graders brought in the most cans! The grade level homeroom winners were: 6th grade, Mr. Chandler; 7th grade, Mrs. Green; and 8th grade, Mrs. Carter. The students have a December service project in place and will begin very soon.

FMS Sculpture Club enter Made by Milk contest

Foley Middle School’s Sculpture Club has entered the Made by Milk Sculpture Contest. The contest encourages students to build strong bones with milk and flex their creative muscles by repurposing milk cartons. The theme for this year was Inventions. From the wheel to the smartphone, students were encouraged to look at industry, travel, science, education, technology, medicine and entertainment, even futuristic inventions. 

MCHS and BMCMS team up to collect socks for Salvation Army shelter MCHS Junior Kate Nash presents 900 pairs of socks to the Salvation Army.

Madison Central High School and B. Michael Caudill Middle School teamed up to collect socks to donate to the Salvation Army Shelter in Richmond. Junior Kate Nash presented the service project to the MCHS National Honor Society. The NHS extended the initiative to Caudill Middle and together the students were able to collect and donate more than 900 pairs of socks. Both schools intend to continue the project next fall as well.

MCS Earns Distinguished rating on Unbridled Learning Assessments

Kids are throwing colorful confetti into the air in celebration.Madison County Schools is pleased to announce that the district has earned a classification of “Distinguished” as a district on the 2015-2016 Unbridled Learning Assessments. The district moved up from a “Proficient” designation last year. The “Distinguished” designation means that Madison County Schools is performing among the top 10 percent of districts across the state.

 

To learn more about the district and school results for Madison County Schools, please visit our Unbridled Learning Results page.

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