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Clark Energy Trip to DC Available

Clark Energy is awarding four High School Juniors from Kentucky all-expense paid trip to Washington, DC in June 2018.   The applicant’s parents or legal guardians must have an active residential or business account with Clark Energy.  Applications are available in the Guidance Office at Madison Central High School.  The deadline to submit an application is February 23, 2018.

Commonwealth Honors Academy

The Murray State Honors Academy is a great option for students who have not been accepted in the GSP program. Information may be found in this flyer.

Madison Central English Teacher Wins Chamber of Commerce Award

Chris Harrell

Madison Central English Teacher Wins Chamber of Commerce Award

Chris Harrell, a high school English teacher at Madison Central High School (Madison County), has been named the 2017 Richmond Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year. He was honored at the annual Chamber of Commerce awards banquet on November 2, 2017.

Chris graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary English Education in 2007 and a Masters in English, specializing in Rhetoric and Composition, in 2009. He has nine years of experience in education, all at Madison Central, and currently teaches AP English Language and Composition and Dual Credit English 101/102. 

Madison Central Chemistry Teacher Wins KSTA Award

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Madison Central Chemistry Teacher Wins KSTA Award

Elizabeth Howard, a high school chemistry teacher at Madison Central High School (Madison County), has been named the 2017 Kentucky Science Teacher Association (KSTA) High School Teacher of the Year.  Howard was honored at the annual KSTA conference on November 10, 2017 in Lexington. 

Howard has seven years of experience in education, teaching chemistry, integrated science, and environmental science in Central Kentucky.  Elizabeth graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Science Education.  She earned a Master of Education from Georgetown College.  Elizabeth will graduate in May 2018 with a Master of Science in Chemistry from Eastern Kentucky University writing her internship-based project over evaluating the efficacy of Modeling Instruction™ in the high school chemistry classroom.  Elizabeth has presented her research at the American Chemical Society national convention hosted in San Francisco and was awarded the Dr. Harry Smiley Memorial Graduate Award from Eastern Kentucky University.   

College Reps at MCHS

Representatives from the colleges listed below will be at MCHS on the following dates..

  • Monday, November 13 – Berea College and Bluegrass Community and Technical College in Lecture Lab
  • Tuesday, November 14 – Sullivan College in Lecture Lab
  • Tuesday, November 28  – Morehead State University and Alice Lloyd College in Lecture Lab
MCHS Yearbook Information

MCHS Yearbook informatin for the 2017-18 school year may be found on the yearbook website.

ACT Review Course

The Sullivan University ACT review is held on the Saturday & Sunday one week prior to the National ACT test date.  Lunch is provided.  The cost for both days is $80.  Lunch & a study guide with CD are included.  Register here.

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.

Governor's School for the Arts

The Governor's School for the Arts is a free , three week  intensive summer art program open to 10th and 11th graders.  GSA is looking for students with skills in their art form, passion for creativity, an open mind, collaborative spirit, and eagerness for learning to apply for the 2018 Summer Program.  

 

See Mrs. Calico in the Guidance Office if you have questions.

 

The bottom link is the direct link where student's can begin the application process for the GSA. Applications are open now and are due by January 12th.  Students apply online.  

 

KY Center for the Arts website

 

Application for KY Governor's School for the Arts website

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.”

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