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R. Nicholson

R. Nicholson

about 19 hours ago

Madison Family,
Starting today, we would like for grades 3 - 12 to log in to their student Teacherease account to be counted for attendance. Please log in using your username and password and click "Check-In" any time during the course of your normal school time. Thanks!

R. Nicholson

R. Nicholson

1 day ago

Madison Family,
As the weather warms please remember that we are under a stay at home order issued by the Governor through April 7th. For the health and safety of everyone in our community please stay at home and refrain from congregating in groups of more than 5 people. Thanks!

R. Nicholson

R. Nicholson

5 days ago

Parents/Guardians,

Madison CUSD #12 will have loaner ChromeBooks available for sign-out to families who do not currently have a device at home for students to complete e-learning assignments. Starting tomorrow, Thursday, March 26th Parents or guardians will be able to sign-out a ChromeBook from 9am to 11am and March 27th, Friday from 9am to 11am. Sign-out will be located at the auditorium entrance of the Madison Junior Senior High School. Families signing-out a ChromeBook should have internet access, students will not be able to complete e-learning assignments without internet access.

R. Nicholson

R. Nicholson

11 days ago

Madison Family,

I know the last week has been difficult with routines interrupted and schools closed. Our staff has worked diligently to provide educational material and meals to every student in the district. We will continue to do everything we can to continue educational and food services to all our students during the shut down.

There is no end in sight to the current shut down. Although March 30th is the end date set by the Governor, I fully anticipate we will hear about an extension. Everyone keeps using the term "unprecedented" to describe the situation we find in our community, state, nation and world. It is all that and more. Our lives are being changed in ways we could never have imagined just a week ago.

Teaching staff will be reaching out to have parent teacher conferences by phone and you may be contacted by other district staff to check in with you and your student. If you have questions about the work you child is doing, food service or any other needs you may be facing please contact your child's school or the district office.

We are committed to providing the best quality service for your students.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns, 618 877-1712 Ext. 6501.

Andrew P. Reinking, Superintendent
Madison CUSD #12

R. Nicholson

R. Nicholson

12 days ago

Madison Family, Thank you for your patience while we roll out meal delivery. March 20th, delivery of breakfast and lunch are the listed with approximate times for each stop.
Spread the word to make sure all students receive lunch and breakfast.
https://bit.ly/2WlM0FL

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