From the Superintendent...
I could not be more pleased that our district recently earned the Distinguished rating on the Kentucky Department of Education accountability test, known as Unbridled Learning. Madison County Schools increased our overall percentile and scores and met our annual measurable goals. After many visits to our schools and working with our teachers, staff, and principals, I can say with confidence each staff member I come in contact with is truly “On fire for their future…”
Overall, Madison County Schools is performing in the top 10 percent of districts across the state. We have so much to be proud of in regards to the progress our students and schools have made. Madison County is not only a great place to live, it is the best in the area for learning!
These results align perfectly with the vision of Madison County Schools:
“Madison County Schools, in partnership with the community, strives to equip educators and students with the skills to lead by example, develop and speak with a unique voice, and explore their academic curiosity to make a positive impact on our community and world.”
Individual school scores are:
Madison Southern High School
White Hall Elementary School
B. Michael Caudill Middle School
Madison Central High School
Shannon Johnson Elementary School
Waco Elementary School
Madison Middle School
Kit Carson Elementary School
Clark-Moores Middle School
Foley Middle School
Farristown Middle School
Glenn Marshall Elementary School
Kirksville Elementary School
Daniel Boone Elementary School
Silver Creek Elementary School
Kingston Elementary School
Madison Kindergarten Academy is not assessed at the state level. You can take a more in-depth look at the schools' scores by going to the Unbridled Learning Results page.
As you can tell, there is much to celebrate in the state accountability results as well as items that we can continue to focus on in all schools that will help guide us as we continue to improve as a district in each of our schools, grades, and student groups.
District Vision: Madison County Schools, in partnership with the community, strives to equip educators and students with the skills to lead by example, develop and speak with a unique voice, and explore their academic curiosity to make a positive impact on our community and world.