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Board approves proposed rezoning plan

Madison County Schools Board of Education approved the proposed rezoning plan to take effect in August 2018. Assistant Superintendent Randy Neeley presented the plan and then answered questions from the Board members. The plan was approved with a vote of 4-1 with the opposing vote coming from Board Member Mary Renfro. The proposed plan includes the new zone for Boonesborough Elementary and outlines the changes for other elementary schools as well as the shift for middle schools.

 

Schools affected include: Boonesborough Elementary, White Hall Elementary, Glenn Marshall Elementary, Kit Carson Elementary, Daniel Boone Elementary, and Kirksville Elementary; as well as B. Michael Caudill Middle, Madison Middle, and Clark-Moores Middle.

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WHE Green Club News

The White Hall Green Club, led by Mrs. Robards, will be launching a new program, "Save Your TLC Campaign," on November 15, 2017.  The Green Club is asking you to start saving plastic Tops, Lids, and Caps.  After collecting 500 pounds of tops, lids, caps, and raising approximately $400, we will purchase an 8 foot bench made from plastic tops, lids, and caps.  Stay tuned for more details.

Alicia Hunter selected as Instructional Supervisor for Madison County Schools Alicia Hunter

Madison County Schools has selected Alicia Hunter to serve as Instructional Supervisor for the district. Hunter has served as principal at Farristown Middle School since the school opened.

 

“We are excited to have Mrs. Hunter take on this role in the district,” said Assistant Superintendent David Gilliam. “We are confident her leadership skills will be an asset to the district as we continue to provide quality instruction for students across the district.”

Summary of the Community Forum Regarding Boonesborough Elementary

The superintendent and other district administrators spent the evening listening to community members’ concerns, recommendations, and questions regarding the opening of Boonesborough Elementary School. Eastern Kentucky University’s Karen Russell in the auditorium at Madison Central High School moderated the community forum. Superintendent Elmer Thomas gave the group a brief explanation about the need for the new elementary school and the choice for its location.

Spring Assessment Data Released

Spring assessment data is being released this week by the Kentucky Department of Education. This year’s assessment data is being reported differently, as the state is transitioning away from the Unbridled Learning Accountability Model and moving to the new accountability system – the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and Kentucky Senate Bill 1. This year, schools did not receive an overall score, classification, or ranking. While our schools will not be classified as novice, apprentice, proficient, and distinguished, we have received impressive results in our gap, growth, college- and career-readiness, and graduation rate data. The new accountability system is expected to be in place for the 2018-2019 school year with accountability first reported in the 2019-2020 school year.

Principal named for Boonesborough Elementary Dr. Shelly Boulden portrait

Boonesborough Elementary School has its first-ever principal. Superintendent Elmer Thomas selected Dr. Shelly Boulden to serve as the first principal of the district’s newest elementary school.

 

“We are very proud to announce Dr. Shelly Boulden as the first principal at Boonesborough Elementary,” Thomas said. “Her leadership and instructional expertise will certain be valuable in the opening of a new school.”

Former MCS Chief Finance Officer receives national award Debbie Frazier portrait

The Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) is proud to announce recipients of the 2017 Eagle Awards, which recognize school business professionals for their exemplary leadership and dedication to students. The Eagle Awards are the highest honor in school business and celebrate visionary K–12 leaders who have improved student achievement and enriched their communities. ASBO International’s 2017 International Eagle Award winner is Deborah F. Frazier, CPA, CGMA, SFO, (recently retired) assistant superintendent and chief finance officer for Madison County Schools. Although Frazier began her career in public accounting, she found her passion as a school business official. Committed to making a difference in the lives of children, Frazier and her finance team have served as reading and lunch buddies at their district’s elementary schools and coordinated special events for their special needs students. Recognized as a state and national leader in school district finance, Frazier was the first in Kentucky to earn ASBO International’s Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations® (SFO®). She will receive a $5,000 college scholarship to present to a high school student of her choice.