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MCS received $5000, a $1000 for each middle school for our support for Computer Science 168 students went to regionals to compete in the STLP (student technology leadership Program Foley Students Outside Enjoying Kona Ice Foley Students in Gym Being Happy Foley Students in Gym Students in Bleachers at Renaissance Rally Foley Students in Gym at Foley Middle School Students at Halloween Dance Dressed in Costumes Students at Halloween Dance Dressed Like M & Ms 8th Grade Girls Soccer Player 8th Grade Girls Basketball Players Students in a Student Rally Foley Cheerleaders Boys Soccer Players With Championship Trophy

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Advisory lifted

The boil water advisory for Madison County has been lifted. Thanks to everyone who worked so diligently today to fix the water main break. Thanks also to all those in the district who worked to ensure our students and staff had safe water and food today. 

Youth Wrestling Team wins State Championship Group photo of the youth wrestling team that won the state championship.

Months of training and hard work paid off for the Madison County Youth Wrestling Club. The determination and sacrifice of each wreslter helped the team win it’s first state title at the Kentucky State Wrestling Association State Championship in Division III last weekend. Madison County scored 88 points to win the title, outpacing its nearest competitor by 3.5 points. Throughout the state, 59 teams were represented, with over 1100 wrestlers participating in the tournament.  Madison County sent 15 participants to the tournament, while 49 wrestled throughout the season. Five Madison County wrestlers reached the finals and two won state titles for the Madison County Youth wrestling club at the state tournament in Louisville on February 5. 

"As Seen Through Their Eyes" in National Publication Mrs. Weiner's article in School Arts Magazine

Mrs. Weiner, our Visual Arts teacher, has written an article about a project that her students complete in her class, "As Seen Through Their Eyes".  Students' art work and Mrs. Weiner's article has been published in the March edition of the SchoolArts Magazine.  SchoolArts Magazine is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts.  The article can be found on pages 42 - 43.

Click the following to read the article:

Mrs. Weiner's Article 

Parent Class Offered by FRYSC

The Madison County FRYSC are hosting:

How To Talk To Your Child When A Loved One Is Incarcerated

 

Please join us on Tuesday, February 28th at Glenn Marshall Elementary School from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Guest speaker - Julius Johnson with the Lexington Rescue Mission.

Activities will be provided for children ages 4-18. 

Dinner will be  served at 5:30 PM.

RSVP to reserve a meal at 625-6078.

Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences will be on Thursday, February 9, 2017 from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.  Please call the office (859) 625- 6140 to schedule a conference appointment.

Mid-term Progress Reports

Mid-term progress reports will be sent home on Thursday, February 9, 2017.

Sweetheart Dance

The Sweetheart Dance will be Friday, February 10, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.  Admission will be $5.00.  Picture packages and concessions will be available for purchase.

District surplus auction

The district's surplus sale will begin at 9 a.m. Friday, February 24, at the Phillips Building on North Second Street in Richmond.

Warriors Are Champions!

This week, we celebrated our Dance Team and our Cheerleaders with Warrior Walks!  Both teams recently won the District Championships for Cheer and for Dance.  We are proud of both teams...way to go!

Cheer District Champions       Dance District Champions

Bluegrass Honor Band Warriors Chosen for Bluegrass Honor Band

Congratulations to these 7th and 8th grade band students for auditioning and placing among the top in their section at Bluegrass Honor Band! These fourteen outstanding students were selected along with several other students from different counties across the state. It is an exceptional honor! We would like to invite you to come listen this Saturday as they will perform a concert as members of the Bluegrass Honor Band at 5:00pm in the Bourbon County High School Auditorium (free of cost). Way to go Warriors!!!!!!

Activities This Week At Foley Middle

Tuesday, January 17th

  • Volleyball vs Farristown          5:30 p.m.

Wednesday, January 18th

  • $1.00 Donation Dress Down (to benefit YSC)

​​​​​​​Thursday, January 19th

  • Boys Basketball vs Model       5:00 p.m.

​​​​​​​Friday, January 20th

  • Dance                                    3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
  • Renaissance Rally Day (during school day)
Special SBDM Meeeting

There will be a special called SBDM Council meeting on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. in the Library Media Center.

SBDM Council Meeting

The regularly scheduled SBDM Council meeting for January 9, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. has been postponed until a later date.

Report Cards

Report Cards will be sent home on Tuesday, January 10, 2016.

Community Class Opportunity

Mr. Zac Wray, Youth Service Center Director would like to share the following information:

 

Berea Parks & Rec will be offering a six week class.  For more information:

 

Financial and Relationship Peace:  Foundational Skills

Congratulations to Mrs. Hardy and Best Wishes to Mr. Wall

After 30 years of service, Mr. Mark Wall will be retiring, effective December 31, 2016.  Mr. Wall has served as a teacher, coach, administrator, and community leader during his tenure with Madison County Schools.  Under his leadership, test scores have improved and he has been an advocate for students in both sports and academics.  He will be missed by all.

 

Effective January 1, 2017 Lora Hardy will become the new principal of Foley Middle School.  Mrs. Hardy has 23 years of experience at FMS.  She has served as assistant principal for the past 3 years.  Mr. Wall has mentored Mrs. Hardy and leaves us in competent hands.

Stakeholder Input Requested

After 30 years of service to Foley Middle School, Mr. Wall has decided to retire effective January 1, 2017. We appreciate Mr. Wall's dedication and service to the students and community. He will be missed.

 

The Foley SBDM is in the process of hiring a new principal. We are asking our Foley parents, teachers, and students to please take a few minutes and respond to the following survey to ensure we consider the needs of our Foley family in the selection of our next principal. 

 

Stakeholder Input for Principal Selection Criteria Button

 

The survey window will close 8:00 am December 6, 2016.

 

Foley’s Sculpture Club Ready for Time Travel Foley Milk Carton Time Machine Front Exterior

Foley’s Sculpture Club Ready for Time Travel

 

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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. 

Sculpture Club met and discussed many of these, even looking at some of Leonardo da Vinci’s inventions.  However, it was the possibility of using a futuristic invention that interested the students.  Discussions of gizmos and gadgets for this or that were all clever.  They finally agreed to create a time machine to go back to the past or future.

Mid-term Progress Reports

Mid-term progress reports will be sent home on Friday, November 18, 2016.

A Celebration of Peace Poster Contest Foley Middle School Richmond Lions Club Winner

A Celebration of Peace Poster Contest

 

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Foley Middle School 7th grade Visual Art students were invited to participate with the Richmond’s Lions Club A Celebration of Peace poster contest.  This is the 29th year of the Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest. 

Students were to follow the theme of celebrating peace and to use images that would explain the content to the viewer.  To prepare for the poster designs, students researched symbols of peace, for example, a dove or a peace sign.  They looked at international flags and images from around the world.  Discussions came up about world peace and what they could do to contribute to peace in their own society.  Rough drafts were drawn up to look at the composition and selection of images to be used.  The students were very supportive of each other’s works. 

 

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