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Chief Operations Officer and Director of Districtwide Services named district logo

Madison County Schools is pleased to announce that Chuck Cash has been named Chief Operations Officer for the District. Mr. Cash has served the students of Madison County Schools since 2003 as a science and social studies teacher at Foley Middle. Mr. Cash was also a softball and basketball coach at Foley. In 2006, Mr. Cash became assistant principal at Madison Southern High School and was then named the school's principal in 2013. In 2014, Mr. Cash was named Director of Districtwide Services for the district, a position he has held until being named Chief Operations Officer.

Kirksville teacher shares her story of survival Becky Reister

Meet Becky Reister. She teaches 4th grade at Kirksville Elementary. This is her survival story.


I was diagnosed with Stage 2 cancer in 2017. My initial thoughts were, of course, filled with a lot of fear and lots of questions before facing this news. I had never thought about choosing a surgeon or oncologist. It was a lot to take in in a short amount of time. Plus, I was worried about keeping my students on track and finding a long-term substitute teacher. 

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