Alert: Reminder: School is in session Monday, Feb. 15.


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PTO T Shirts

Online orders are live for BMCMS shirts.  There are 3 designs, several colors and short sleeve, long sleeve and crewneck sweatshirt options.  The online orders will only be up until 2/23/16, so all orders will need to be placed by then for us to deliver by the beginning of March!  The funds raised will go to help all students and teachers at the school by providing money for field trips, lunches for teachers, rewards for students and other incentives.

Click here to access the link.

Baseball Tryouts

Baseball tryouts will be:

Monday, February 15th from 5:30-7:30 for 7th & 8th Grade

Tuesday, February 16th from 5:30-7:30 for 5th & 6th Grade

Baseball has a twitter account.  They can check this for more info we have bad weather to check on cancellations, etc.

School in session Feb. 15

In an effort to maximize face-to-face instructional time and in light of our recent inclement weather, Madison County Schools WILL BE in session on Monday, February 15.

Spartan Times

The second edition of the Spartan Times has been released.  Students enrolled in the Spartan Journalism class are producing a weekly newspaper to inform students of issues and happenings at the school.  Please click here to read it.

Free Zumba Classes

The Youth Service Center will be hosting FREE Zumba classes after school from 3:30-4:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Clark Moores Middle School.  The first class will be Thursday, January 28th.  Classes are open to faculty, students and parents. Please call 387-3836 the register.


Softball Tryouts

Please click here to view information about softball tryouts.

Reminder: Tryouts are this Monday, February 15th!  Please see the attachment for details.

Non Traditional Instruction (NTI)

*Students will NOT attend school on NTI days. They will have assigned work to be completed.

·   *Students will spend 3 to 4 hours on an NTI day, depending on their grade level, completing school-related work.

·   *Teachers will be available during the school day either by telephone or online from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

·    *Students will be expected to complete NTI day work within seven (7) calendar days from the day classes resume.

*You can visit this link:, to find information as to how each grade level has made non-traditional instruction available to students.  

9 MCS teachers awarded Innovation Grants

Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass (BPBG) presented a $10,000 donation to Madison County Schools to fund innovative classroom activities focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Teachers from nine different schools will share the funds from BPBG for activities to promote student-centered learning.

FOCUS Journalism Class

Our FOCUS Journalism class will be producing weekly the Spartan Voice (a student podcast) and the Spartan Times (a school newspaper).  Following is the link for the first episode of Spartan Voice.

Winter Weather Information

It's finally winter! The cold temperatures create a good time to remind parents about a few things:
1. If school is cancelled due to inclement weather, the cancellation will be found on the district's website, social media pages, and on the local news outlets. If you see a social media friend post that school has been cancelled, please check one of the official sites to confirm. Those sites can be found by clicking these links:  Facebook or Twitter.
2. The district does use a delay system on occasion. If a delay is called and you need additional information, please click HERE.
3. This year, the district has the opportunity to use Non-Traditional Instructional Days (NTI: Madison). NTI days will be announced in the same way that cancelled or delayed days are announced. If you have not received information from your child's school, please contact them as soon as possible. Additional NTI: Madison can be found HERE.

Online Parent Tools

We have added a folder under School Information (on the left hand side of the main school web page) that parents may find useful.  It has instructions on how to access Infinite Campus/Parent Portal, CompassLearning and Reading Plus.  We encourage you to check out this information.


FOCUSing on Student Need at BMCMS

During the 2015-2016 school year, we have taken steps to address student achievement at B. Michael Caudill Middle School.  We want all of our students to both perform at the proficient/distinguished level as well as show expected growth throughout the course of the school.  Our FOCUS program is one of the ways we are addressing student achievement.  Using student multiple data points to identify students’ needs, students are enrolled in a specific FOCUS class that addresses reading and math skill.  We have four intervention FOCUS classes that  blend together teacher directed instruction with computer-based instructional programs (i.e., Odyssey Math and Reading Plus) to address reading and math skills.  We also have skills-based enrichment FOCUS classes where students explore different aspects of literature-drama, journalism, economics, forensic science and engineering.  Several factors determine student scheduling/placement.  First, as noted above, using multiple data points, student placement addresses student need.  Second, we ensure that that students have access to all of our Related Arts offerings.   

Individual Learning Plan (ILP)

The Individual Learning Plans or ILPs for Kentucky's 6th grade through 12th grade students are changing how student prepare themselves for their future.  The ILP has many features and resources that involve students on a variety of levels:

  • Exploring careers beginning in the 6th grade
  • Finding careers that match their skills and interests
  • Creating education plans
  • Establishing personal goals and revisiting these as they progress through school
  • Creating, maintaining and changing resumes
  • Tracking and reflecting on their community services experiences, work experiences, career-planning activities, and extra-curricular and organization activities
  • Exploring colleges and postsecondary opportunities that match their career, postsecondary and life goals
  • Connecting to the (Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority) Web site for help with college planning, tuition assistance information and applications
  • Collecting personal information like assessment results, advising activities demographic information and educational history

You can find more information at the Kentucky Department of Education website. 

Non Traditional Instructional Day Information

Students are coming home with information regarding Non Traditional Instructional Days (NTI).  In case of inclement weather, excessive illness or other types of emergencies, the district may choose to close school, but students will have work to do at home to make up for not actually attending school.  A copy of the handout can be accessed here. 



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