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  • Reading Fair winners!  




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    Madison Avenue Elementary

    Robotics Program

    Fundraiser Night

    Chick-Fil-A Madison  

    Monday, October 23, 2017

     5:00-8:00 pm.

    Bring this form and dine with us.  

    A percentage will go towards the MAE Robotics Program.

    **The class with the highest participation

    wins a Large Nugget Tray!



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    Madison Avenue Elementary Faculty and Staff 2017-18

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    Vision Statement
    The faculty and staff of Madison Avenue K-2 Elementary believe that we are

    Building Tomorrow's Dreams with Today's Promises

    by laying a strong developmentally appropriate educational foundation, embracing rigorous academics, integrating the arts, and ensuing that every child is proficient or above by the end of the second grade.
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    MAE is a model PBIS site for Reach MS

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    MAE is a model school for the Whole Schools Initiative!

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District News

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    Madison County Schools Achieves “A” Rating for Fifth Straight Year

    Superintendent Dr. Ronnie McGehee announced today that for the fifth year in a row, Madison County Schools has achieved an “A” rating in statewide accountability scores. For the 2016-2017 school year, Madison County Schools scored highest of all school districts of similar size, and scored tenth overall in the state. Notably, MCS is number one in English Language Arts proficiency of all school districts in the state.


    “We know that our parents have a choice about educating their children in Madison County,” said McGehee, “and we are grateful that they continue to choose and support Madison County Schools.”


    Consistently strong academic performance is a hallmark of Madison County Schools. The students, teachers and principals of Madison County Schools strive each day to fulfill their potential, and MCS takes great pride in their substantial academic achievements. Another example of this outstanding performance can be seen in MCS’ number of National Merit Semifinalists, which through the years totals more than any other public, private, or parochial school in the state.


    With more than 13,000 students, Madison County Schools is the fifth largest school district in the state of Mississippi, serving the communities of Camden, Farmhaven, Flora, Gluckstadt, Madison and
Ridgeland. Over the last 20 years, the District has grown from nine schools to 23 campuses currently in operation. Individually, we are Falcons, Jaguars, Mavericks and Titans, but collectively we are Madison County Schools.


    The District’s motto is “Madison County Schools: Mark of Excellence!” MCS is strongly committed to offering a challenging education, and that commitment is evident in the programs and opportunities available to students. The goal of Madison County Schools is to help each child reach his or her fullest potential and for each child to excel. Put simply, MCS strives to motivate, educate, and graduate.


    Madison County Schools educates students to prepare them for college and beyond, graduating the next generation of leaders not only for Madison County but also for the nation and world.



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  • october awareness


    Support Dr. McGehee in the Real Men Wear Pink campaign

    to raise funds for breast cancer research.

    To donate click here.

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  • football schedule

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    Reporting Lost or Stolen Laptop
    Students will be allowed to take their device home including the holidays.  Please be aware that we will not be providing technical assistance during this time.  If your laptop is lost or stolen, you will need to contact the police immediately and fill out the Theft Form to report it to school administration.  Parent/guardian will be responsible for full replacement cost of laptop if not reported to MCS personnel within calendar 3 days of missing the device.  
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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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    PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. This system is an effort to create a positive school community with consistent expectations in all areas of the school. From the hallways to the playground, from the cafeteria to the restrooms, PBIS helps MAE students understand what is expected of them and provides motivation to comply with those expectations. We use PAWS to help us remember what to do in every area of the school!


    ~Students can earn Jag Paws by displaying behavior on the PBIS matrix. These Jag Paws will be given by any staff member (administrators, teachers, assistants, front office staff, cafeteria employees, bus drivers, and custodians) so there will be opportunities to earn them throughout the day and throughout the school. Displaying proper behavior and Life Skills will earn plenty of Jag Paws. Students will be given the opportunity throughout the year to "spend" the Jag Paws they have collected. This can be done at a PBIS store (monthly or quarterly), on extra recess, lunch with the principal, homework passes…etc.  This is up to the administrator’s discretion.
     Click Here to see the P.A.W.S LAWSprint

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