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Madison City Schools Gets Straight A’s On State Report Card

Statement from Superintendent Robby Parker on the 2018 release Dec. 28 of state report cards.


Madison City Schools received its state report card today.
I am pleased to report that our system earned an A for the second year in a row. We are one of fifteen districts to earn an overall A and one of only six to earn A’s at each school. This is the 2nd consecutive year each school has gotten an A.

You all know I like to brag when it comes to talking about our kids and all A’s are outstanding, but a letter grade does little to show what occurs in our schools each day. 
A school system is comprised of many parts so the credit goes to students, teachers, administration, instructional team members, parents and all the support services that create such a positive environment.

I’ll repeat what I said after last year’s release of the state report cards. We welcome assessments any day. But the most accurate measure of our effectiveness is how well we are preparing our kids for their future. I am in classrooms every week and see the great things that are happening in each of our schools.
So we celebrate this with the understanding that a letter grade is only a symbol.

My promise to you, and that of the Board, is to never become complacent where we are. We will constantly seek ways to improve. We remain committed to assuring that no matter where one lives in Madison, they are zoned to a quality school.
I hope all of you are enjoying time with your family.
I can’t wait to get all the kids back after break.

Robby Parker

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