Madison Local Schools

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Support Madison Music Boosters at Chipotle

Sunday, December 17th at 3335 Princeton Road in Hamilton between 4:00-8:00pm.
Bring a flyer or show them this post on your smartphone or tell the cashier that you're supporting the Madison Music Boosters to ensure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated.
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ASVAB Test

The ASVAB Test will be given on Wednesday, December 6th in the MJSH Media Center. Juniors and Seniors who are interested in going into the military upon graduation or who are interested in learning more about their strengths and aptitudes should sign up to participate! Students can sign up in the Guidance Office until Monday, December 4th.
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Attention sophomores: Interested in Visiting Butler Tech?

Are you interested in going on a field trip on Thursday, November 30th to Butler Tech to see what programs they have to offer? If you would like to go, a completed permission slip is due back to the Guidance Office by no later than Monday, November 27th. All sophomores will have a chance to see 2 Butler Tech campuses. The field trip will last all day and lunch will be provided. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Conley in the Guidance Office.
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MES recognized by state school board for student growth

Congratulations to Madison Elementary School! They won the Momentum Award from the state school board for receiving straight A’s on all “value-added” measures on the report card, tracking year-over-year test score growth. Just over 10 percent of school districts statewide won the award! #GoodtobeaMohawk
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Art students at MJSHS participate in Memory Project

Art students at Madison have joined the Memory Project, a charitable nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create and donate portraits to youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as neglect, abuse, loss of parents, violence, and extreme poverty.
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Christmas Chaos - November 18-19

Due to the outstanding success of the Madison Mohawk Football team, there will not be a performance on Friday, Nov. 17. But there are still plenty of tickets available for the Saturday and Sunday performances!

On November 17-19, Madison Thespians present A Christmas Chaos, a hilarious backstage comedy that pokes fun at the classic novel and everything that can go wrong with a theatrical production.

Gadzooks! The Royal Shakespeare Company hasn’t arrived as promised to perform their stirring rendition of “A Christmas Carol.” So our intrepid band of hapless actors and technicians must put together their own production in only seven hours! What a pity that they are not quite up to the task, even though they give it their all.

Have you ever experienced backstage mayhem? Well, you haven’t seen anything yet! The play focuses on these poor but dedicated thespians doing their best while chaos is all around them: an out-of-control director, thrown together props and costumes, ridiculous scenery, and tons of flubs and confusion.

Be sure to order your tickets in advance. Prices go up $2 at the door!
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Annual Coat Drive

National Honor Society is sponsoring Madison Local School's Annual Coat Drive. With the weather already starting to get colder, it is very important that children have coats to wear. Our community relies on this annual project to give needy families proper winter wear. There will be collection boxes at Elementary and High School offices starting Monday, November 6th and going until Friday, November 21st. Any new or gently used coats, hats, and gloves would be greatly appreciated!
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Responsible Technology Presentation

The Guidance Office will be hosting a Responsible Technology presentation on November 14th for grades 7-12 during connect.
The following subjects will be covered:
1) How we have become a distracted society
2) What actually often happens when inappropriate content is shared
3) How our privacy is often invaded via technology
4) The impact of social media on mental health.
There will also be a presentation for parents the same evening at 6:00pm at the Jr/Sr High Media Center.
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