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Welcome to Madison County Schools!
Friday Report for Sept. 2nd, 2016
School Report Card

Inclement Weather Letter

Madison County Schools Policy on Prohibition against Discrimination, Harassment, and Bullying
Annual Public Notices -
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Vision 2015-16
2015-2016 Strategic Plan


Tools for Schools Campaign
Click HERE to link your Ingles Advantage Card to any of one of our schools to help them earn tools and equipment! We appreciate you taking the time to support our schools!†

Experience the Mountains, Trails, and Streams at Brush Creek Elementary

Brush Creek Elementary's beautiful building is nestled at the front of our 30 acres campus. Our campus boasts the Brush Creek Stream, a spacious outdoor classroom by the creek, and The Brush Creek Trail which consists of over six miles of hiking trails through our expansive wooded campus. Our teachers and students spend time with inquiry and investigation as they utilize the outdoor learning spaces on our campus.




MMS Pictures from Back to School Rally, Aug. 26, 2016


Top 15 Things Every Child Should Know Before Entering Kindergarten
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Page Information
Partnership for Appalachian Girls Education (PAGE) is helping girls prepare to be leaders in a new Appalachia - where technology and rural entrepreneurship will be as important as farming.



Madison County Schools is located in the rural mountain region of Western North Carolina. We are a public school system made up of two early childhood education centers, three elementary schools, one middle school, one high school and one early college high school.
MCS 2015-16 Smart Goals

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Beginning with the 2015-2016 school year, all schools and all state mandated tested areas will meet standard growth and proficiency annually, as measured by the EVAAS Value Added Report and developmental scale EOG/EOC scores.

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All classroom instruction will reflect the county-adopted district initiatives and best practices as documented by principals and instructional support personnel during walkthroughs and observations.

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All students will have daily access to technologically driven instruction as documented by principals and instructional support personnel during walk-throughs and observations.

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All staff and students will be provided a safe, orderly and caring environment.
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