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Students in blue shirts around the school sign supporting the prevention of child abuse with words that say commit to prevent child abuse. Three students on first day. Mrs. Stamper the chili cook off winner. Students at lock in with face painting. Five teachers on first day of school. A group of students singing karaoke. Teachers in front of the school. Four students at a pep rally. Students gathered for a picture at pep rally. 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

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8th Grade Baby Ads

Friday is the last day to purchase 8th grade baby ads for the yearbook at the price of $15.  If you are interested, please send payment along with the completed form to Ms. Flannery by 3:00 pm Friday, April 28.  Baby Ad Form

MCHS Girls Soccer Informational Meeting

 

There will be an informational meeting for any 8th grade girl interested in playing girls soccer for Madison Central next season.  This meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 3 at 6:00 pm in the lecture lab at the high school.

 

2017 Madison County Technology Extravaganza Student with certificate from tech night.

April 20, 2017, students K-12 were recognized for their skills in the use of technology. The Technology Extravaganza is open to all Madison County students and projects can be completed in school and at home. This year, we were happy to have Model Lab join our competition.  Visit this site to see the 45 categories the students could compete in.  http://barretttd.wixsite.com/student-projects/about  

 

MCS LPC to convene for 2nd meeting

The Madison County Schools Local Planning Committee will convene for their second meeting and second public forum. The meeting will be Monday, May 1, 2017, at 5 p.m. local time at the Madison County Board of Education (301 Highland Park Drive, Richmond). The purpose of the meeting will be to consider amending the current District Facilities Plan (DFP). At the conclusion of the meeting there will be a public forum.

2017-2018 school year calendar set by the Board

The Madison County Board of Education voted to approve the calendar for the 2017-2018 school year. The school year will begin for students on Wednesday, Aug. 16, and end on Friday, May 25. The calendar includes a three-day fall break the first week of October as well as a full week of spring break the first week of April. The calendar can be viewed HERE.

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