Berea’s Madison Southern FFA chapter left on Monday, June 18 to take part in the Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Center based in Hardinsburg, Kentucky.
The team of ten consisted of Lauren Rowlette (President), Chelsea Haigh (Secretary), Clay Cornett (Reporter), Seth Anderson (Vice President), Clayton Cornelius (Sentinel), Logan Kirby (Treasurer), Andy Northern (Chaplain), Brookelyn Hoover (Historian) and Committee Chairmen Shane Barrett and Ansley Cornelius. The chapter was followed along by advisors Kevin Anderson and Madison Southern’s new agriculture teacher, Janna Cline. Continue reading Madison Southern FFA took part in the Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Center→
Madison County Schools and the Madison County Education Association believe it is in the best interest of our students for school to be in session on Friday, April 13. We absolutely believe representation is essential as very important decisions are being made affecting the future of public education in our state. The district and MCEA have worked together to ensure Continue reading Madison Co. Schools will be in session this Friday→
This April, Ale-8-One is celebrating Earth Day in several fourth and fifth grade classrooms in Madison and Montgomery counties. Between April 9 and 16, Ale-8 representatives are visiting six schools, including Camargo Elementary, Mapleton Elementary, Mt. Sterling Elementary, Montgomery County Intermediate School, Shannon Johnson Elementary and White Hall Elementary, to talk Continue reading Ale-8-One celebrates Earth Day with fourth and fifth grade students→
The Madison Southern High School fishing duo of Blake Harold of Berea, Kentucky, and Cameron Cochran of Mount Vernon, Kentucky, brought a five-bass limit to the scale Saturday weighing 17 pounds, 7 ounces to win the 2018 TBF/FLW High School Fishing Kentucky State Championship on Lake Cumberland.
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.