Effective Tuesday September 27th the Butler Tech bus will begin leaving at 6:53 AM. This is two minutes earlier than the current time of 6:55 AM. All students that are not able to be on the bus at 6:53 AM will have to find alternate transportation to Butler Tech.
The 2016 Annual Homecoming Video!
Be sure to "Go HD"for the best quality!
Competition is open to any student currently enrolled in a regional high school as a junior or senior. All work must be original.
Media includes painting, sculpture, graphics, drawing ,printmaking, fibers, ceramics, photography, digital imagery, jewelry, etc.
Submissions are due by Oct. 3. See Mrs. Scherer for more information or contact the Department of art at Xavier University 513-745-3811.
t's time to visit Mr. Jackson's Farm! Look for this permission slip to come home in your son/daughter's backpack today. Please return the form by next Tuesday, September 27th. Click to download the form.
Serving students in grades PK-12 in the MLSD, the Madison All Pro Dad chapter is a group of dads and male role models, dedicated to strengthening the relationship with the kids in our community. Join them each month for breakfast with your Madison student. For more information and to register as an All Pro Dad, click the headline.
Congratulations to the 2016 Homecoming King & Queen Candidates and attendants!
Click the headline to see a list of names and a photo of the king and queen candidates.
Click the headline to see all the important dates and times for Homecoming Week 2016!
Today, the Ohio School Report Cards were released for the 2015-2016 school year.
We are the first to acknowledge that on the surface, the results for Madison Local Schools are not what we had hoped for as an overall indication of our students’ success, as is true for the majority of schools across Ohio. However, it is very important to keep in mind that this year’s results reflect a transition year, with new tests and test administration as well as higher achievement targets and expectations set by the state.
As a district, we will use these indicators, which are presented on a scale of A-F, to inform us of target areas in need of growth and improvement. However, we will not allow them to define us.
We recognize that some of our stakeholders will use these results to gauge the district’s overall success, much like we use our students’ own report cards to gauge their success in a class. However, we urge you to do so cautiously, because without a true understanding of the process and changes to the reports, the two simply do not compare. We assure you however, that we recognize and work diligently each day to use such data to inform instruction at Madison Local Schools. There is room for improvement and we feel confident that the report card will continue to help both our staff and students be successful.
In closing, we believe that our community knows and appreciates the kind of education our district delivers everyday in the classrooms at Madison. Equally, so much of what our community values cannot be measured on a standardized test, yet our state seems fixated only on measures which can be tested, and in fact, testing many more times each year than federal legislation requires. Therefore, as a district, we will adjust our focus and do our best to hone in on the new state target. We will not however lose sight of the standards of a quality education that our Mohawk community values.
Click the headline to see a snapshot of Ohio School Report Card results for Butler County as well as some statistics across the state.
Join your class (grades 9-12) on Sunday from 1-3 at MJSHS for the Spirit Hallway decorating competition! Kick off your homecoming week while showing your Mohawk Pride and earning points for your graduating class!
Shirts are $15 - All orders need to be turned in by Friday, September 16th to a sophomore class student, MJSHS main office or to Mrs. Honhart. Click the headline to download the order form.
* This is a Sophomore Class fundraiser.
Interested in FREE MONEY to help pay for your college tuition? Learn more at Madison’s Financial Aid Night on September 22, 2016 at 6:00 PM in the Madison Jr/Sr High School Media Center
High school seniors and parents are encouraged to attend!
*Financial aid is changing drastically this year. Please stop by to get the information you need to be prepared!
There will be a meeting of Junior Class (Class of 2018) Parents interested in helping with the After-Prom. The next meeting will be on Sunday, September 18 at 3:30 pm in the MJSHS Media Center.
All Class of 2018 parents are welcome to attend. Any assistance you can give will be greatly appreciated. We want to make the After-Prom a great time for the kids!