MES News

  • Drew Daywalt Author Visit

    The Crayons are back!  Guest Author, Drew Daywalt, will be on our campus September 15 to promote his new book The Day the Crayons Came Home.  He will be speaking to our first and second graders.  Deemed "fresh and funny" by the Wall Street Journal, the book made TIME Magazine's list of "The 100 Best Children's Books of All Time."  It's a great day to be a Maverick...especially at Mannsdale!

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  • New Mannsdale Traffic Pattern

    Beginning the first day of school, all students should be dropped off in the morning and picked up in the afternoon through the new Mannsdale entrance down Hwy 463, just beyond the old entrance.

    There will be two traffic officers directing traffic flow. ONLY staff and buses will be allowed to enter through the old entrance. Students will be dropped off in the front of the school.

    Please see the picture of the new traffic pattern for clarification.

     Traffic Pattern

     

     

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  • Summer Reading Lists

    The following are the summer reading lists for the grade your child will be entering: 
     
     
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  • facebook Mannsdale on Facebook

    Don't forget to "like" Mannsdale Elementary and the Mannsdale Elementary Library pages on Facebook to get frequent updates and pictures about the day-to-day lives of our Mavericks.  Our library Facebook page features a "Book of the Day" to help young readers know some of the great books available in our library. We also feature educational apps your children might enjoy.

     

     

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District News

  • mybucks Online Payment Changes 
    In an effort to improve our online payment program, Madison County Schools Child
    Nutrition Department utilizes My School Bucks for online meal payments. 
     
     
     apply New - Free & Reduced Application ONLINE!
    Parents now have the option to complete and submit our free and reduced meal
    application electronically through the internet. 
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  • readers 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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  • Join MCS on Facebookfacebook


    Join MCS on Facebook to receive announcements and notification of inclement weather or other emergencies. Like us www.facebook.com/madisoncountyschools, TODAY!

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  • twitter Join MCS on Twitter

    Join MCS on Twitter to receive announcements and notification of inclement weather or other emergencies. Join us @ mcsinfo.

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  • register 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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  • merit Merit Health

     

    Merit Health is the Madison County School District's preferred Health Provider and key sponsor for the nursing program.

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