Due to today’s inclement weather, Madison County Schools will be in regular session on Friday, March 16, 2018. This day was originally slated for professional development. By utilizing March 16 as a make up day, we are able to keep Friday, May 25, as the last day of school for students and graduation dates and times will remain as previously announced.
Beginning Thursday, March 8, at 4:30 p.m. The Madison County Schools will be upgrading the email system. During this upgrade, no Madison County Schools teachers, students, principals, or other employees will have access to read or answer their email. The upgrade will be complete, and teachers and staff will again have access to read and answer email, no later than Monday morning, March 12. Thank you for your patience during this upgrade.
Beginning with the 2017-2018 Madison Co. school year, students must turn five (5) on or before August 1 for admission to kindergarten. Previously, students were required to turn 5 on or before October 1 for admission.
Many of you have heard about a rumored threat at MSHS Eagles (Madison Southern High School). We believe there is NO actual threat or viable threat to the safety of any of our students or staff. We are and will continue to work with Berea Police Department and other local law enforcement to ensure the safety of everyone involved. There will be an increased police presence on the campus tomorrow and in the coming days as a precaution. Thank you to the many students, staff, parents, and community members who reached out with this information this evening.
Tuesday night at a meeting of the Berea City Council, Mayor Steve Connelly signed a proclamation honoring the varsity football champions of Madison Southern High School. Southern’s 2017 gridiron squad broke a number of school records for achievement, including wins in a season and a Region 3 championship. Mayor Connelly’s proclamation read as follows: Continue reading Feb. 7 Proclaimed Madison Southern Varsity Football Day in Berea→