• 2022 National Finalists

    Discovery and Liberty Middle Schools were recognized as two of three national finalists for the Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) Student 2 Student (S2S) Outstanding Team Award at the MCEC Global Summit this Summer. 

    Congratulations to DMS and LMS – district standouts for providing new students a warm welcome.  Led by Nurse Tunstill and Mrs. Mingus at Liberty and Mrs. Baragona and Mrs. Wilson at Discovery, these S2S teams exemplify the five core values: leadership, academics, service, campus culture, and building relationships.  All our schools value the continued partnership with MCEC to provide support to all students.  Our community is honored by the recent national recognition and are so proud of Liberty and Discovery. 

    Discovery Middle School’s Video

     

    Liberty Middle School’s Video

    LMS S2S Photos

    LMS MCEC Global Summit photos

    Heritage Elementary and Columbia Elementary school were recognized as two of the four national finalists for the Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) Student 2 Student (S2S) Outstanding Team Award.

    Heritage and Columbia are standouts for providing new students a warm welcome.
    The S2S program exemplifies the following five core values; leadership, academics, service, campus culture, and building relationships.Madison City School district values its continued partnership with MCEC and providing support to all students.
    The entire community is honored by this national recognition and they are proud of Heritage and Columbia Elementary.  

     Here are the videos from each school. 

    Heritage Elementary Video

    Columbia Elementary Video

     

    Liberty Middle School S2S recognized as Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award for a Second Time

    In July 2004, the Military Child Education Coalition Board of Directors established the Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award in honor of Lieutenant General (Ret) "Pete" Taylor who played an important role in the establishment of partnerships between military installations and school districts serving military-connected children. At this year’s MCEC National Seminar in Washington, DC, there was only one partnership that received the Outstanding Individual Project/Initiative Partnership Award K-12 and that partnership was between Liberty Middle School, Meadows Elementary School, and the 2nd Battalion 82nd Field Artillery Regiment in Fort Hood Texas. This is the second Pete Taylor Partnership award that Liberty’s JS2S group has received.

    Taylor Award

    Bob Jones High School S2S Leaders Invited to USMA at West Point for Leadership Conference

    The Military Child Education Coalition invited Student 2 Student members Adrienne Hyams, from left, Grace Finlay, Shaniya Jacobs-Lanier and Alecia Walker from Bob Jones High School to a West Point leadership program. MCS is extremely proud of these talented school leaders and we are excited for this wonderful opportunity. 

     

    Click on the link below to see the news article.

    Bob Jones High School S2S Invited to USMA at West Point