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iReady Diagnostic Testing

Please click here to view the attached document which talks about iReady testing. 

Board of Education votes to purchase land for new elementary

Today's special called meeting of the Madison County Board of Education resulted in the unanimous vote to purchase 22 acres of land on Boonesborough Road in northern Madison County to build a new elementary school. This action is pending approval from the Kentucky Department of Education.

Focus Classes

Attached you will find our Focus Classes for 1st and 2nd period, as well as a brief description of the Enrichment classes.

Click here to view focus class descriptions

Focus Enrichment Classes ARE NOT electives that students can sign up for.  Students were specifically placed in these classes.  At this time the ONLY classes we have that students can sign up for are Band and Chorus.  We will add Spanish at some point. That will be communicated to students when we begin. 

Gist Piano Center and MCHS Partner on Piano Learning Lab

When school started this August, students at Madison Central High School benefited from a brand new Roland digital piano lab – courtesy of a new partnership between the school and Gist Piano Center. With this new Roland digital piano lab, students will be able to utilize the latest interactive software and “play-a-long” materials, which studies show can accelerate learning as much as 60 percent.

Parent Portal

If you have already set up your parent portal account, you will use the same username and password to access it again this year!  If you have never set up your account, please come into the school (starting August 17th) with a photo id to pick up your information.  This is a great parent tool to keep track of grades, assignments and attendance! 

Once you create your account using a desktop computer, you can download the app to your smartphone and access is at the touch of your fingertips!  The district id code is YPZMRR.  You will need this code with your username and password. 

More instructions can be found here.

Policy Changes

Please see the following policy changes below:

  • No Chewing Gum.  In order to protect our campus, building and furniture, we are prohibiting gum on the school campus.  Students will not be allowed to chew gum on campus.
  • Cell Phones are to be Stored in Students’ Lockers.  First, students are responsible and liable for the devices that they bring to school.  If students choose to bring smart phones, tablets, etc., students must store them in their lockers.  Students are to ONLY have them out if a teacher allows students to use them in instruction during a specific class period.  In these instances, students can retrieve their smart device for that class (and that class only) and then return their smart device to their lockers at the end of that class.  Students are not to have their phones out in the hallways or cafeteria.  We have increased our technological arsenal at the school so it is not necessary for students to bring personal devices.  We want to help our students focus on instruction and school activities.  If parents need to get in touch with their sons/daughters, they can call the office at (859) 625-6172. 
2016 - 2017 Supply Lists

The suggested student supply lists for the 2016 - 2017 school year are below.

6th Grade click here

7th Grade click here

8th Grade click here

MCS Dana Clark named Driver Trainer of the Year

Madison County Schools Head Driver Trainer Dana Clark was selected as Driver Trainer of the Year for the state of Kentucky. She received the award at the Driver Trainer Conference held in Louisville at the end of June. Dana has worked in the district’s transportation department for about 18 years.

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