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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Testing Day Becomes A Day of Service for Many Madison City Students

Posted by John Peck in General

While Madison City juniors and sophomores were taking the ACT and ASPIRE tests respectively, seniors and freshmen fanned out in non-traditional school activities. Wednesday, April 19, was "Enrichment Day" in Madison City Schools. Due to the logistics of testing, Bob Jones and James Clemens high schools again offered an opportunity for non-testing students to spend an enrichment day with a variety of learning options. Many students chose school-supervised community service. This could be a...

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Greenpower Racing/Car Show/ Kite Festival, Lead April 15 Activities

Posted by John Peck in General

If you are looking for some family activities to do this weekend, here are several worth considering: A Greenpower Car Race and Car Show at James Clemens High School; and a Kite Festival and egg hunt at Dublin Park. James Clemens High School is hosting the second annual Mad City Classic Greenpower USA Electric Car race this Saturday, April 15. There will also be a Car Show. Greenpower racing starts at 9 a.m. for elementary teams (Goblin Division), middle and high school...

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Friday, April 07, 2017

Madison City Schools Kick off April As Autism Awareness Month

Posted by John Peck in General

If you see a lot of blue in Madison schools  this month, it's not by coincidence.Blue is the theme color for Autism Awareness. April is Autism Awareness month. Madison Mayor Paul Finley joined Schools Superintendent Robby Parker and MCS Special Ed Director Dr. Maria Kilgore today at Columbia Elementary in issuing a proclamation joining Madison in the national Autism Awareness observance throughout April. Autism Spectrum disorders knows no "racial, social, or ethnic' barriers and...

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