Subscribe to RSS feed
MCS archers raise $4,500 for charity

Madison Southern High School hosted archers from throughout the county and together they raised $4,500 in the 5th annual Judy Rogers Shoot for the Cure Archery Tournament. More than 350 archers from Kirksville Elementary, Waco Elementary, Glenn Marshall Elementary, White Hall Elementary, Shannon Johnson Elementary, Clark-Moores Middle, Caudill Middle, Farristown Middle, Madison Central High, and Madison Southern High were able to raise the funds that will be donated to St. Jude's Children's Hospital and Hospice Care Plus. In the 5 years of the tournament, students have raised more than $30,000 for these two charities.

Board approves 2015-2016 school year calendar

The Madison County Board of Education approved the district's 2015-2016 school year calendar at its regular meeting April 16. The calendar can be viewed or printed by clicking HERE.

Guidance Office News

Volunteers needed!  The Guidance Program is in need of parents/guardians willing to donate a couple of hours any time on Monday, April 20th and/or Tuesday, April 21st.  Please contact Ms. Saylor at 859-302-8345 if you are available.  


K-PREP Testing Dates at Madison Middle School will be May 11th through May 15th




Madison Middle STLP creates College/Career Readiness Webpage

Madison Middle's STLP collaborated with Principal, Steve Evans and Guidance Counselor, Cindy Saylor to create a resource to assist our students in getting ready for college and/or career.   In the fall, they began by creating a Symbaloo webmix to link users to Kentucky's colleges and universities, using the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) webpage.


During the 2nd semester, students created an entire webpage with a great deal of original content as well as links to useful resources for secondary students.  Their website is at 


They hope their webpage will be helpful, not only to MMS students, but to middle and high school students throughout the district, the state and perhaps the country.  


Secondary students are invited to take the survey at the bottom of the homepage.  And feel free to leave us feedback by emailing

Board approves calendar for 2014-2015 end of school

The Madison County Board of Education voted to approve the final calendar for the 2014-2015 school year. The last day of school for students will be Monday, June 1, 2015. Graduation dates were also set by the Board. Madison Central High School graduates will have their ceremony on Friday, May 29. Madison Southern High School graduates will have their ceremony on Saturday, May 30. Both ceremonies will be held at Eastern Kentucky University's Alumni Coliseum. The times for those ceremonies will be announced soon.

Students Who Take Math at MCHS
From the Guidance Office:   MCHS will be administering the EOC assessments April 27th-April 30th.  During that week, the 8th graders will NOT be able to attend class at MCHS on Tuesday, April 28thunless they are enrolled in Pre-AP Algebra 2.    (Select "Read More" for important details.)
Farristown teacher pens book, official release March 10

Congratulations to Farristown Middle School 7th grade World Civilization Teacher Daniel Bryant. Mr. Bryant has written a young adult science fiction novel titled Zan's Quest that will be released nationwide on Tuesday, March 10. This is the first in a series of books known as the Chandrian Chronicles.

Kindergarten Registration Information

Kindergarten registration is beginning in Madison County Schools! For the latest on enrolling your child in kindergarten for the 2015-2016 school year, please click HERE.

KEES Money for College

8th grade students and parents:  How can you earn KEES money in high school?  You can earn money for college by earning a 2.5 or higher GPA in your high school classes and scoring a 15 or above on your ACT.  Amounts vary depending on your GPA and ACT scores.  Find out more information by visiting

KEES Chart

View All News