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MCS Earns Distinguished rating on Unbridled Learning Assessments

Kids are throwing colorful confetti into the air in celebration.Madison County Schools is pleased to announce that the district has earned a classification of “Distinguished” as a district on the 2015-2016 Unbridled Learning Assessments. The district moved up from a “Proficient” designation last year. The “Distinguished” designation means that Madison County Schools is performing among the top 10 percent of districts across the state.


To learn more about the district and school results for Madison County Schools, please visit our Unbridled Learning Results page.

BMCMS teacher chosen for national food safety and nutrition training program Teacher Lisa Chaffins chosen for national food safety and nutrition training program.

Lisa Chaffins, a teacher at B. Michael Caudill Middle School in was one of 32 teachers nationwide chosen to complete a food science training program developed and implemented in a partnership between the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), and Graduate School USA. The one-week program for middle and high school science teachers, as well as family and consumer science and health education teachers, took place in Washington this summer.

MCS Has Two Valvoline Teacher Achievement Award Winners Jennifer Farley (left) and Brandi Smith (right)

UPDATE:  Madison Middle's Brandi Smith has been selected as a Middle School Finalist. Congratulations to Ms. Smith! Winners from each gade level - elementary, middle and high - will be announced along with the overall winner at a ceremony at 10 a.m. Oct. 19 in Frankfort.


The Kentucky Department of Education and Valvoline™ have selected 24 outstanding Kentucky educators as recipients of the 2017 Valvoline Teacher Achievement Awards (TAA). Two of the 24 are Madison County Schools teachers. Congratulations to Jennifer Farley of Farristown Middle and Brandi Smith of Madison Middle. These teachers qualify to compete for the 2017 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award, which will be announced next month.

A Day of Hope Application

Be our guest at A Day of Hope on Saturday, November 19th at the Madison County Fairgrounds sponsored by The Berea Thursday Morning Men’s Prayer Group and the Kentucky Men of Integrity in partnership with local churches. If you wish to participate, please complete the form (click here) and return it to your child’s school. You will be notified by mail what time to come, you will need to bring a valid picture id with you for registration.

Each family who attends will receive a large box of food and a large box of personal items


A delicious buffet meal will be served to your family

There will be lots of fun activities for your children

There will be a free health clinic including blood pressure readings, children’s health assessment, vision screening, and lots mor.

FTMS Principal Receives Distinguished Principal Credential Alicia Hunter, Principal of Farristown Middle School

Madison County Schools is proud to announce that Farristown Middle Principal Alicia Hunter received the Distinguished Principal Credential from the National Institute for School Leadership (NISL). NISL implemented a national advanced credentialing system aiming to transforming the principalship in America. The initiative is being piloted in partnership with districts in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Mississippi under a 3-year, $11 million grant from the United States Department of Education’s Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) grant program.

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