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Phase 3 MCS Tech leaders. 1st Grade Play Chicken and Rice Soup 1st grade play Chicken and Rice Soup Chicken and Rice Soup 1st Grade Play 4th Grade Program Hats for Hospice Hats for Hospice 2 3rd Grade Program 168 students went to regionals to compete in the STLP Kirksville Bench on the Playground Children with Crazy Hair on Crazy hair day Boys and Girls with Crazy Hair on crazy hair day in the lunch room Southland Dairy Farms with their milking cow Students wearing orange for no bullying on Unity Day Students wearing orange for Unity Day in November Students on Unity Day/Anti Bully Kirksville Café Staff! Tracks for Packs 2016 Mrs. B in her Bee costume!

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Genuine engagement of communities and families is essential to driving continuous improvement in our schools. When it comes to improvement, educators must rely on the data to light a clear path from where they are to where they want to go. Part of that data includes parent surveys that provide our schools with valuable information to identify areas for growth and improvement.

 

We are kindly asking all Madison County Schools’ parents to complete a very short survey about their child’s school. The survey takes about 5 minutes. Please click on the link below to provide us with your feedback. We sincerely thank you. If you have children in multiple schools, please complete a survey for each of those schools. Survey window is open now and will close after October 1st.

 

 

http://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/30859/p3059

MMS Principal earns award from KMEA MMS Principal Amie Gallion

Kentucky Music Educators Association District 11 has selected Madison Middle Principal Amie Gallion as its District 11 Administrator of the Year. Mrs. Gallion will now be one of 12 administrators considered for KMEA State Administrator of the Year. KMEA District 11 includes Mercer, Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard, Rockcastle, Madison, Jackson, Estill, Lee, Owsley, Powell, and Wolf counties. Congratulations to Mrs. Gallion!

High Schools Hosting Homecoming Festivities

Both Madison County Schools high schools are looking forward to celebrating homecoming next month.

 

Madison Southern High School will host its homecoming festivities beginning with the annual homecoming parade on Thursday, September 14, in Berea. The homecoming football game will be Friday, September 15, at 7:30 p.m. against Southwestern from Pulaski County.

 

Madison Central High School will host its homecoming festivities beginning with the annual homecoming parade on Thursday, September 21, in Richmond. The homecoming footbal game will be Friday, September 22, at 7:30 p.m. against Bourbon County. Check out MCHS's official Homecoming Page.

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