Activities And Programs
Important Documents


Long-Range Plan (pdf,97kb)

2014-2015 School Board Approved Budget

Per Pupil Expenditure (pdf, 24kb)

2013-14 School Board Approved - Budget Exectutive Summary (pdf, 5kb)
2013-14 School Board Approved - Budget Expenses (pdf, 44kb)
2013-14 School Board Approved - Budget Revenues (pdf, 51kb)

Additional School Board documents are available thorughout this website as well as through BoardDocs.

Upcoming Events

Downloadable Calendar

Board Approved - 2013-14
Calendar
(pdf, 72kb) 

 

Board Approved - 2014-15
Calendar
(pdf, 72kb)

Sunday
Apr212013

Debate: State Champion, State Runner-up, Outstanding Senator

MCHS was represented this weekend at the Virginia High School League State Debate Tournament by three Region B qualifiers.  Placing for Madison in the Centennial Anniversary tournament of the league were:

  • Tristan James, Group A State Champion in Congress
  • Jordan Taylor, Group A State Runner-up Champion in Congress

Only one state award is decided by the students.  The Outstanding Senator in each group is nominated and voted upon by each chamber.  Madison's Greg Essner was voted Outstanding Senator for Group A.  

And yet again, excellence in academic competition! - Superintendent Eberhardt.

Madison was edged out of team sweeps by one point.  Group A State Champion in Debate was Wilson Memorial High School with 16 points, State Runner-up second place Riverheads High School with 13 points followed by Madison in third with 12 points.  

Thursday
Apr182013

Change in School Calendar

Due to the number of days missed during the current school year for inclement weather, the School Board voted at their last meeting on Monday, April 15, 2013, to extend the school year by one day.  The last day of school for students is now Friday, June 14, 2013.

Tuesday
Apr162013

School Board Communications

The School Board met on Monday, April 15, 2013 for their regular monthly meeting.

Recognitions

The following student artists for their contributions to the School Board Art Gallery for 2013:

MPS:  Lily Smith, Kindergarten
MPS:  Taylor Cave, 1st Grade
MPS:  Anica Settle, 1st Grade

WYES:  Kerstin Utz, 4th Grade
WYES:  Jacob Jarrell, 3rd Grade
WYES:  Adam Rockwell, 5th Grade

WMS:  Meagan Dyer, 8th Grade
WMS:  Sarah Good, 8th Grade
WMS:  Harper Kerr, 7th Grade
WMS:  Sarah Coates, 8th Grade

MCHS:  Jyssika Perkins, 11th Grade
MCHS:  Logan Coates, 10th Grade
MCHS:  Dylan Broyles, 12th Grade
MCHS:  Hadley McLain, 10th Grade

MCHS Forensics team which won its 15th state championship in Forensics.  Placing for Madison were:

  •  Tristan James & Tyler Kemp, state champions in Serious Duo
  • Sierra Weaver, state champion in Extemporaneous Speaking
  • Nick Jett, state champion in Poetry Interpretation
  • Jordan Gray, state champion in Prose Interpretation
  • Jackie Dews, 2nd place in Prose Interpretation
  • Summer Davis, 2nd place in Oratory
  • Jacob Corbin & Wyatt Taylor, 5th place in Humorous Duo
  • Greg Essner & Bryanna Smith, 5th place in Serious Duo
  • Jordan Taylor, 6th place in Dramatic Interpretation

Members of the Swim Team, to include Kara Morgan McHaney who was the Region B Champion in the 500 freestyle and set a new region record.

J.P. Utz for being the State Runner-Up in Wrestling.

Presented to the Board as Information:

  • Science textbooks for grades 3-12 are up for adoption & available for review until May 13, 2013.
  • The Special Education Plan for 2013-2014.
  • A request from Madison Parks and Recreation Authority, who would like permission from the School Board to hook up to the RSA water supply at MPS.

The following items were approved by the Board:

  • New course offerings for MCHS students to include:  AP Chemistry, Dual Enrollment Pre-Calculus, Emergency Medical Technician I, Leadership I and Sports Medicine.
  • Approved a second make-up day to be added on to the end of the school calendar, due to inclement weather.
  • Awarded the MPS roof bid to Roofing Solutions, Inc., of Chatham, Virginia.
  • Adjusted the School Board meeting schedule to include an additional meeting on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at 8:15 a.m., in order to award the bid for the William Wetsel Middle School Capital Improvement Project.
  • Continued the cost-savings agreement with Rappahannock County School Board for the 2013-2014 school year.
  • Rejected the 4% increase from Coventry Health Care and will begin moving forward with The Local Choice.
  • Approved the Perkins Plan for Career and Technical Education for 2013-2014.
  • Approved three substitute appointments, one resignation, and two retirements.  Also approved the licensed reappointment list for 2013-2014.

 The Board went into closed session to review a request for release from compulsory attendance, specifically for religious exemption.

 

The next School Board meeting will be Monday, May 13, 2013, at 7:00 p.m, in the Madison County High School auditorium.  The "Teaching, Learning, Caring" and Teacher-of-the-Year awards will be presented.

Tuesday
Mar262013

Madison School Cafeteria Employees Honored

Five Madison school nutrition employees were recognized for years of service at the School Nutrition Association Conference.

The School Nutrition Association of Virginia is committed to the following:

Left to Right: Cecelia Rowe - 45 years, Cathy Seale - 20+ years, Teresa Banks - 40+ years, Barbara Carpenter - 40+ years. Not pictured Gloria Knighting - 30+ years.

  • Encouraging and promoting the optimal health, nutrition and education of all children by supporting nutritionally adequate, educationally sound and financially accountable school nutrition programs.
  • Promoting the highest standards for child nutrition and school/community nutrition programs with emphasis on nutritionally adequate meals which are acceptable to students.
  • Encouraging united efforts among school personnel, allied organizations, industry and the community to assure that each student receives the benefitsof school nutrition programs.
  • Encouraging and developing the highest quality standards for school programs and providing appropriate educational programs for school food and nutritional personnel.
  • Encouraging parents to "partner" with us to ensure the best nutrition possible at school and at home through "P.I.N." our "Partners In Nutrition" program.
We should all commend these ladies for their many years of service.  They really make a difference!
I am humbled by the ladies with over 155 years combined years experience in school nutrition.  Few schools can celebrate an employee with 45 years experience - this makes me and the community proud, Mrs. Rowe.  You have served meals to Madison children for over four decades beginning in the 1960s  -Superintendent Eberhardt

 

Sunday
Mar242013

22 State Academic Competition Championships in 25 years

The MCHS Forensics team captured its 15th  Virginia High School League Forensics Championship on Saturday at Harrisonburg High School under Coach Donald Hitt’s supervision.

Mr. Hitt has created an academic competition program that few, if any, in Virginia can near. - Superintendent Eberhardt.

Madison took nine entries to the tournament and placed all nine in the final round.  Placing for Madison were:

  • Tristan James & Tyler Kemp, state champions in Serious Duo
  • Sierra Weaver, state champion in Extemporaneous Speaking
  • Nick Jett, state champion in Poetry Interpretation
  • Jordan Gray, state champion in Prose Interpretation
  • Jackie Dews, 2nd place in Prose Interpretation              
  • Summer Davis, 2nd  place in Oratory               
  • Jacob Corbin & Wyatt Taylor, 5th place in Humorous Duo
  • Greg Essner & Bryanna Smith, 5th place in Serious Duo
  • Jordan Taylor, 6th place in Dramatic Interpretation

Madison won the championship with 42 points over Randolph Henry High School with 29.  

Since 1988, Madison has won 15 state championships in Forensics, 5 state championships in Theater, and 2 state championships in Debate.

Superintendent Eberhardt added, “I believe Madison’s record will stand for a hundred years as Coach Hitt’s model will be studied for excellence in academic architecture.”

Madison Pride.