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    Labor Day Holiday
     
    All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence. ~ Martin Luther King Jr.
     
    School will be closed Monday, September 1 and resume on Tuesday, September 2. 
     
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    Please vote for Taury D., (DB) Germantown - 2 INT's, one brought back 95 yards for a TD for WJTV's Rick's Pro Truck Player of the Week! He is up against Murrah ATH and Clinton players for this honor.  Vote Now
     
    Please vote for Keenan B. (WR) Madison Central - 156 rec. yards, 2 TD for WAPT's BankPlus Blitz 16 Player of the Week! He is up against Murrah and NW Rankin players for this honor.  Vote Now
     
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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!  Employees can support the March for Babies by making a donation through monthly paycheck deduction. Your gift funds programs in your community that help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies.  Make your commitment now!
     
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Breaking News

  • MCS Administrators Participate in Millsaps Principal’s Summer Institute

    Posted by Web Manager at 8/5/2014

    Madison County Schools
    Press Release
    MCS Administrators Participate in
    Millsaps Principal’s Summer Institute

    For immediate release: August 5, 2014

    Madison County Schools is pleased to announce that three of our school educators Dr. Greg Paczak, Assistant Director of Student Assessment; Chris Perritt, Germantown Middle School Principal; and Ron Morrison, Director of Student Assessment, participated in the 22nd Annual Principals' Summer Institute, June 8 – 13, 2014, on the Millsaps College campus.  Read more
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  • Eric Brooks named Principal of RHS

    Posted by Web Manager at 8/6/2014

    Madison County Schools
    Press Release
    Eric Brooks named Principal of RHS
    For immediate release: August 5, 2014

    With overwhelming support of the Madison County Board of Education, Mr. Eric Brooks will assume responsibilities as Principal of Ridgeland High School effective immediately.

    A move within the Titan Zone is a natural fit for Brooks, who most recently served as Assistant Principal of Ann Smith Elementary. According to Brooks, “This opportunity is a dream come true. I’ve spent the past 13 years in school administration and there is no place I would rather serve than Ridgeland.  Read more

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Superintendent

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.