December 16, 2021
2021-22 SRP of the Year
Heather Atwell - District Office
Roderick Williams - Transportation
Dominique Irvine - Madison County Central School
Talecia Solomon - Greenville Elementary School
Margaret Davis - Pinetta Elementary School
Michelle Carter - Madison County High School
Gerald Latimer - Lee Elementary School
Leroy James - Madison Creative Arts Academy
Bobby Thompkins - James Madison Preparatory High School
December 13, 2021
Grade Name School
KG Eason O’Neal 1st Place GES
KG Aubrie Coons 1st Runner Up LES
1st Derrick Blue 1st Place LES
1st Daniel Adams 1st Runner Up PES
2nd Ay’Dien Gent 1st Place PES
2nd Tatitana Fabius 1st Runner Up MCCS
3rd Carlos Montalvo 1st Place PES
3rd Ramsey Webb 1st Runner Up MCAA
4th Tanner Robinson 1st Place MCAA
4th Xander Bergeron 1st Runner Up LES
5th McKennah Merone 1st Place MCAA
5th Dakota Tuten 1st Runner Up LES
6th Kayli Replogle 1st Place MCCS
7th Jonah Adams 1st Place MCCS
7th Kloie Page 1st Runner Up MCAA
8th Jordin Akins 1st Place MCCS
8th Mya Mason 1st Place Runner Up MCAA
9th Dixie Phillips 1st Place JMPHS
10th Casey McFall 1st Place JMPHS
12th Alyssa Wheeler 1st Place JMPHS
December 8, 2021
Congratulations! Headed to State!
2021 State Championships
Gene Cox Stadium, December 11, 2021 (Classes 1A)
State Championship Matchup
Madison County (Madison) vs. Hawthorne
*Home team always listed second
**Tickets are General Admission in ALL Sections (Home Team West Sideline, Away Team East Sideline)
***All games to be Live Streamed by Spectrum Sports
December 8, 2021
The District School Board of Madison County would like to congratulate the following teachers for being selected as their school's Teacher of the Year:
Wendy Willis - Greenville Elementary School
Hayley Starling - James Madison Preparatory High School
Kim Gurley - Lee Elementary School
Matt Replogle - Madison County Central School - Middle Grades
Amanda Willoughby - Madison County Central School-Elementary
Jarrett Wood - Madison County High School
Jennifer Prairie - Madison Creative Arts Academy
Stacey Lee - Pinetta Elementary School
Odette Guillen - Waypoint Charter Academy
We are blessed to have each of you as members of our team. Congratulations!
November 3, 2021
October 18, 2021
Please continue to be patient with the Transportation Department. We are dealing with a shortage of bus drivers a this time. We are doing our very best to ensure our students are getting to school and home safely.
If you have any problems or concerns, please feel free to call Mrs. Cindy Coody or Dr. Blue at (850) 973-1545 or (850) 973-1529.
October 11, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Corcoran on “Tik Tok Challenges”
Florida is committed to the safety of its schools, including the safety of students, school and district staff and administrators. Unfortunately, some students are engaging in online “challenges” posted on Tik Tok sites, which encourage students to take part in vandalism, theft, harassment, battery and other totally inappropriate criminal activities. These students’ actions show no respect for their schools, their fellow students and the hardworking teachers who are striving every day to make sure they get a quality education.
I encourage parents to talk frankly with their children and explain the serious consequences of these actions. I also ask students and parents to remain vigilant and report any suspected activities in response to these “challenges” to the school’s leadership. Students who are found to be participating or have participated in any of these harmful “Tik Tok Challenges” risk severe punishment according to the school’s Code of Student Contact or arrest and prosecution by law enforcement.
My sincere hope is that students will realize these harmful actions are vicious and destructive, and will choose to not participate in any “Tik Tok Challenges.” I am confident students will make the right choice and focus on taking advantage of the many learning opportunities available for them in Florida’s nationally recognized education system.”
September 30, 2021
September 30, 2021
We want our schools to be safe and secure for all students as they provide the opportunity for students to grow in a thriving, nurturing, supportive environment. this includes the school buses also.
Please be mindful that we will enforce the "Code of Student Conduct" for ANY student who chooses to violate any of the rules or cause harm to any student or damages school property. Schools are not the appropriate places for the "tik tok" challenges!!!
If you would like another copy of the Code of Student Conduct, it is posted on the District's webpage.
Please help us keep our schools (and buses) safe!
Superintendent Shirley Joseph
September 29, 2021
Are you interested in becoming a Substitute at Madison County Schools?
Madison County School District would like to announce our partnership with Kelly Education. Kelly Education will manage our substitute positions for teachers, paraprofessionals, PreK, cafeteria and custodian positions. A trusted partner to over 8,600 schools nationwide, Kelly substitutes provide learning continuity in the classroom when permanent teachers are absent.
Kelly Education prepares their substitute educators to succeed in every classroom by offering access to highly respected training and professional learning programs and encourages employees to further their teaching career in specialty areas including STEM, ELL, ECE and special education.
If you are interested in becoming a Kelly substitute and working in our schools, we invite you to fill out the Kelly Substitute Interest Form or call 800-528-0049 Option 2.