Please click her for more information on the changes in the Athletic Participation Physicals process.
Winning posters were selected from three different divisions: Elementary, Junior School and High School.
A survey on substance use was conducted by the Madison Chatham Coalition. Please click here to view the presentation that was given at the May 9th BOE meeting.
STEM Education in Madison-Vin Dionisio, Science/Tech Supervisor, Kelly Bosworth, Math/Business Supervisor, and Jason Erdreich, STEM Educator at MJS will discuss STEM Education in Madison. These topics will include a brief introduction to the NGSS Science Standards, STEM in the math classrooms, the updated STEM Curriculum, plans for the STEM facility at the Junior and High School, and opportunities for students to take part in STEM activities within the district. Participants will also have the opportunity to take part in the engineering design process with a brief STEM activity.
MDTV is a place where you'll find student generated video and television content. Madison High School students from the Video & Television Production courses as well as the TV Club are constantly covering school and township events as well as creating unique student films. Visit our youtube channel to see the newest content from our students before it airs on your local cable station!
An inventory of Madison organizations and institutions, facilities, parks and open space, schools, and historic sites which are positive and valued resources of our community and contribute to making our community a great places to learn and live. These assets help support a sustainable local economy and environment, and help support the social and cultural needs of our residents.
Please see attached memos for the recommended communication process at MHS, MJS and the elementary schools.
Parents and Staff members, please click here for directions on changing your urgent contact information in the Honeywell Instant Alert System.
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