MAE News

  • Melodies

    MAE  Melodies performed at the breakfast honoring volunteers and first responders!

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  • New

    New Stage production of The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

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  • robotics

    Congratulations!  Teamwork champion award and Robot skills champion award winners!

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

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    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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  • pbis

    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

  • State Testing at Madison County Schools

     

    Dear Parents,

     

    The state testing period for students in Madison County Schools begins Tuesday, April 17, and continues through the end of the school year. For details concerning your child’s specific test dates, please visit your child’s school’s website.

     

    Doing well on state tests shows that students have the foundational knowledge they need for future success. Please speak to your child about the importance of doing his or her very best.

     

    To prepare your child to do his or her best on these important tests, please follow these tips:

    • Reschedule any doctor or dentist appointments now to avoid testing days
    • Talk to your child about the importance of doing his or her best on the test
    • Ensure a good night’s sleep before test days
    • Eliminate stress
    • Lay out clothes the night before
    • Have supplies ready and in backpack the night before
    • Make sure your child has taken any needed medications
    • Feed your child a high-quality breakfast, including protein and whole grains and avoiding sugary cereals
    • Encourage your child to drink water
    • Send grapes or other healthy snacks on test days
    • Be on time to school 

     

    Thank you for helping ensure your child’s best performance on these important assessments.

     

    Yours in education,

     

    Dr. Ronnie McGehee
    Superintendent

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  • 2018 Comprehensive Needs Assessment for Federal Programs
    March 23 through May 30, 2018

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    This survey is to seek school and community stakeholder input for federal programs. Click here to complete survey.

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  • Summer Camp Opportunities

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    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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  • calendar 2018-2019 Academic Year Calendar
     

    View Board Approved 2018-19 Academic Year Calendar.

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  • 1:M
    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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P.A.W.S. LAWS

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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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