July 6, 2020
Topic: Madison County School Board Meeting July 6, 2020
Time: Jun 15, 2020 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
The board meeting will be live streamed on the school board’s YouTube channel.
This link is available on the district website.
If you do not have internet access, you may join by phone:
To join by Phone dial (415) 655-0001 and enter meeting ID: 129 034 7180 and Password 1234
The public will be able to address the board live during the public comment agenda time. If you wish to address the board, please join the zoom meeting at the link below. When you join, please indicate in the chat window that you wish to make a public comment. The chair will call on you at the appropriate time.
Meeting ID: 129 034 7180
You may also make public comment by phone. To join by Phone dial (415) 655-0001 and enter meeting ID: 129 034 7180 and Password 1234. Once you have joined the meeting, press *6 on your phone keypad to indicate you wish to make a public comment. The chair will call on you at the appropriate time.
ALL extra-curricular school activities and Driver’s Ed are closed until
July 20, 2020.
The Mission of Madison County Schools is to educate ALL students in a SAFE, quality learning environment that ensures success.
We encourage all to be mindful of the CDC guidelines as it relates to the Coronavirus.
Additional assistance and information are available through the Madison County Health Department.
June 2, 2020
Congratulations to the following 2020 Madison County School District Retiring Employees:
Sam Stalnaker, Peggy Primm, Geraldine Wildgoose, Michael Radel, Janice richardson, Jo Ragans, Kathy Norwood, Ceola Graham, Charles Brown, James Lorenzo Haynes and Eula Calhoun.
You will be missed!
May 18, 2020
Seniors, Parents and Community: As promised, MCHS will be live streaming their graduation ceremony Friday night beginning at 7:00pm. Please use the following link to access the scheduled Graduation Ceremony. This link will go "Live" Friday night.
May 14, 2020
The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has launched a vitally important education impact survey to for Florida educators and parents to share their thoughts and opinions on the Florida Department of Education, their local school district, and their school’s response to COVID-19.
May 4, 2020
Congratulations to the following students for their performances on the 5th Grade Essay Contest sponsored by the Florida Retired Educators Association, Madison Unit:
Madison Roberts - 1st Place
Kimberly Morgan Stinson - 2nd Place
Alyssa Graham - 3rd Place
Rylee Evans - Honorable Mention
Austin Westerman - Honorable Mention
May 3, 2020
Teachers & Staff
I would like to take this opportunity to let you know how very much I appreciate all you do for education in our community, especially during this unique period in our nation's histrory. I know it has not been an easy transition for any of you, but you have given it your all and it has been much appreciated!
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!-Shirley D. Joseph, Superintendent of Schools
May 1, 2020
In accordance with Madison County School Board Policy 5121 – Controlled Open Enrollment we will accept applications for student transfers until May 22, 2020. A "Controlled Open Enrollment" application form can be found HERE. Please call Becky Bishop at (850) 973-1527 if you have any questions.
The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) has launched a vitally important education impact survey for Florida educators and parents to share their thoughts and opinions on recent crisis response from the Florida Department of Education, their local school district, and their school. This feedback will help us achieve our number one goal of keeping Florida’s students safe while ensuring they continue to receive the best education in the nation.
This short, 2-minute survey, is intended to be completed by parents, educators and students throughout Florida to include and incorporate their opinions on the next steps for education due to COVID-19.
This survey does not request any personal information and your answers will remain strictly anonymous.
Please help FDOE by sharing your opinion on how to move forward, together, to mitigate the spread and to reach out number one goal – ensuring Florida students continue to receive a great education.