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    After several years of research, testing multiple devices in the classroom, evaluating how our teachers use technology, consulting with other schools who have implemented 1:1 Initiatives, and keeping fiscal responsibility at the forefront, Madison County Schools (MCS) is proud to announce that we are embarking on a 1:M Digital Initiative for the 2014 – 2015 school year.  This is an initiative that aims to enhance student learning by creating a personalized, student centered learning environment where every student in grades 9-12 will receive a laptop (MacBook Air) to use in school and at home.
    Note: MSIS Number is NOT REQUIRED. 

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    Online payment changes
    In an effort to improve our online payment program, Madison County Schools Child
    NutritionDepartment with be switching to My School Bucks for online meal payments. 
    apply    New - Free & Reduced Application ONLINE!
    Parents now have the option to complete and submit our free and reduced meal
    application electronically through the internet. 

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    Join MCS on Facebook to receive announcements and notification of inclement weather or other emergencies. Like us www.facebook.com/madisoncountyschools, TODAY!
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    2014-15 School Year Bus Stop List
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    2014-2015 Academic Year Calendar
    View Board Approved 2014-15 Academic Year Calendar. 
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    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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    School Supply Lists
    Click to view list of ALL schools school supply lists for 2014-15 school year. 
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Breaking News

  • New Principals in Germantown Zone

    Posted by Nashandra James at 7/23/2014

    Students in the Germantown Zone of Madison County Schools will meet new principals this fall. Dr. Ronnie McGehee, Superintendent, along with the Madison County School Board, announced changes after the July 14, 2014 board meeting.  Read more

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  • Madison County Schools Adds Math Coordinator

    Posted by Web Manager at 7/16/2014

    Madison County Schools
    Press Release
    Madison County Schools Adds Math Coordinator

    (For immediate release: Madison County Schools, July 16, 2014)

    “When our needs change, we change” reports Madison County Schools Superintendent, Dr. Ronnie McGehee in response to the addition of a Mathematics Curriculum Coordinator in the Curriculum Department. “As we expect our teachers and students to dig deeper into mathematical concepts, it is important that our department provide the resources necessary for the transition,” Associate Superintendent of Academic Education Charlotte Seals commented.

    By casting the net wide, district leaders found a perfect fit for the newly created position in Dr. Jennifer Fillingim, a Jackson native who was teaching at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN.  Dr. Fillingim holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Mathematics and a PhD in Mathematics Education. As an Assistant Professor at APSU, she was nominated twice for the campus-wide Socrates Award for Excellence in Teaching and served as the faculty sponsor for the Galois Mathematics Club, as well as a board member for the Middle Tennessee Mathematics Teachers organization.  Read more

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Welcome to Our District 

Welcome to the website for Madison County Schools. With nearly 13,000 students, we are the fifth largest school district in the state of Mississippi. Madison County Schools is the highest scoring county school district in Mississippi to achieve an "A" rating based on the statewide accountability model.  

Our motto is “Madison County Schools: Mark of Excellence!” We are strongly committed to offering a challenging education, and that commitment is very evident in the programs and opportunities available to our children. Our goal is not only to help each child reach his or her fullest potential; but also for each child to excel. 

Our district has initiated a student BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program for middle school and high school students, block scheduling in the middle schools, ICT/STEM course offerings beginning in 6th grade, and instituted the first administration of the ACT test to all 11th graders, onsite at the District’s high schools, at no charge to students. Our focus on “Motivate, Educate and Graduate” resulted in over 90% of the 2013 senior class graduating on time.

As you peruse our website, we hope you will find a great deal of helpful information about Madison County Schools’ programs, activities, and upcoming events.

Yours in Education,

Ronnie L. McGehee, Ph. D.