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    National Read Across America - Monday, March 2
     
    Oh, the Places You'll Go when you read!. Join us as we celebrate National Read Across America Day on Monday, March 2, 2015 that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on the birthday of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss.

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    Third Grade Literacy-Based Promotion Act

    Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for him.

    –Maya Angelou

    Parent Resource Information on the Third Grade Literacy-Based Promotion Act, click here to learn more information.


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    ACT Testing for Juniors
     
    Tuesday, March 3
     
    The ACT will be administered to all Juniors free of charge on Tuesday, March 3. For more information, please contact your child's school.

     
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    2015 MCS Career Day
     
    Madison County Schools 2015 Career Day will be held Friday, April 10, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Germantown High School.

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    This year, more than a million people in 900 communities will be walking together for stronger healthier babies. Join Madison County Schools in the fight for Healthy Babies! 
     
    Walk will be Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Renaissance - Colony Park. Learn more about how to make a donation and the Walk now!

     
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    2015-2016 Academic Year Calendar
     
    View Board Approved 2015-16 Academic Year Calendar.  
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    Summer Camp Opportunities
     
    MCS have great summer camp opportunities for kids! Enrolling NOW for Summer Camp!! Learn more about the opportunities our schools have to offer.  View Summer Camp list.

     
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     NEW Student Registration
     
    Joining the Madison County Schools family? Click here to learn more about enrollment and attendance zones.  Find more detail information on school's site.
     
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Breaking News

  • Public Education in Mississippi

    Posted by Web Manager at 2/11/2015
    Letter from Dr. Ronnie McGehee, MCS Superintendent
     
    Recently, the Clarion Ledger quoted the Governor of Mississippi as stating that, it is little wonder that Mississippi’s public education system has been an abysmal failure, in reference to the House amending HB 745 to defer implementation for one year of the Third Grade Reading Gate. With all due respect to the Governor, in my opinion, the is the lack of a coherent, productive plan for public education in general for the state of Mississippi.  Obviously, I strongly support the Governor Read More
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  • Madison Central High School Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Bobby Hall Announcement

    Posted by Web Manager at 10/30/2014

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

    October 30, 2014

    Madison Central High School announced today that Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Bobby Hall will retire at the end of the current season, after nine years of service in that dual capacity.

    His tenure as head football coach at Madison Central includes seven district championships, and an overall record of 85-31, with a record of 52-9 in district play.  He led the Jaguars to five consecutive North State Final appearances from 2008-2012, and he was named BankPlus Coach of the Year in 2009, following a season where USA Today ranked Madison Central as the 10th best team in the nation.  

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Superintendent

Welcome to Our District 

Welcome to the website for Madison County Schools. With nearly 13,000 students, we are the fifth largest school district in the state of Mississippi. Madison County Schools is the highest scoring county school district in Mississippi to achieve an "A" rating based on the statewide accountability model.  

Our motto is “Madison County Schools: Mark of Excellence!” We are strongly committed to offering a challenging education, and that commitment is very evident in the programs and opportunities available to our children. Our goal is not only to help each child reach his or her fullest potential; but also for each child to excel. 

Our district has initiated a student BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program for middle school and high school students, block scheduling in the middle schools, ICT/STEM course offerings beginning in 6th grade, and instituted the first administration of the ACT test to all 11th graders, onsite at the District’s high schools, at no charge to students. Our focus on “Motivate, Educate and Graduate” resulted in over 90% of the 2013 senior class graduating on time.

As you peruse our website, we hope you will find a great deal of helpful information about Madison County Schools’ programs, activities, and upcoming events.

Yours in Education,

Ronnie L. McGehee, Ph. D.

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