TeacherEase is Madison CUSD #12's online gradebook system. TeacherEase provides students and families with access to information about grades on assignments and assessments for classes. Below is information about how to create an account and login to TeacherEase. SETTING ACCOUNT INFORMATION The first time you log in, the site will prompt you to verify your account information. This information can be accessed in the future by navigating to Miscellaneous (top menu bar) and selecting “Update Password/Profile” from the drop-down menu. For more information, watch the tutorial video found at this link :https://youtu.be/Iepdzmg3i60 TeacherEase-Parent/Student App You can also download the TeacherEase Parent/Students App from the App Store on your device. HOW TO LOGIN On your browser, navigate to the URL www.TeacherEase.com You can navigate through any browser. As said above, the parent portal is mobile-friendly and can be accessed through the browser of your mobile device, or by downloading the iOS app in the Apple App Store. Click on the login button at the top right of the screen. Enter your email address (serves as your username) and password. *If at any time you do not know your password, use the “Forgot Password” link to send an automated email to your inbox with instructions for setting up your account. **If your login or password does not work or you run into any other issues with logging in please call your child's school and you will be directed to Mr. Nicholson (District Technology Coordinator).
REMINDER, REMINDER, REMINDER!!! Today, January 15th is a Half Day of School. Below is the schedule for classes for Madison SR High School. REMOTE LEARNING ½ DAY BELL SCHEDULE-SR HIGH SCHOOL 1st Hour: 9:00-9:27 2nd Hour: 9:30-9:57 3rd Hour: 10:00-10:27 5th Hour: 10:30-10:57 6th Hour: 11:00-11:27 7th Hour: 11:30-12:00
REMINDER, REMINDER, REMINDER Tomorrow, January 15th is a Half Day of School. Below is the schedule for classes for Madison Jr High School. REMOTE LEARNING ½ DAY BELL SCHEDULE-JR HIGH SCHOOL 1st Hour: 9:00-9:27 2nd Hour: 9:30-9:57 3rd Hour: 10:00-10:27 4th Hour: 10:30-10:57 5th Hour-(Students 6th Hour Class): 11:00-11:27 6th Hour-(Students 7th Hour Class): 11:30-12:00
Three cheers for the students below who have attended school every single day of the 2nd Quarter!!! Awesome Job!!!!! 6th Grade: Roderick Arnold Kharlie Barnes Eric Brooks Jariyan Brown Tyesha Carter Kaysen Emerson Jerrica Franklin Shante Graham LaDarius Hamiel Jayda Howard Kamyre James Jermaine Jones Saniyah Jones Jaylen Lewis Ricaya Newsome Cameron Reed Seanelle Sanders Shalissa Scruggs Montasia Travis Dakota Wells Kamyiah White Keyon Williams 7th Grade: Anthony Adams Markayla Bush Elijah Compton Xochitl Deal Tamara Dixon Zyeiquoiyah Evans Sheridyn Griggs Octavia Hubbard Kylan James Emanuel Jenkins Shaniya Johnson Breanna Kelly Makari Kerby Jonel King Cooper Morales-Escobar Takoda Perkins Raul Villasmil Alexandria Williams Tajuan Woods 8th Grade: Jalen Belford Cairo Bradley Dashaun Brown Mariah Brown Sheridan Dandridge Kendell Davis Makiya Evans Amiya Gregory Kemorian Griffin Dylan Griggs Jamiyra Harrell Alexander Kennedy Johnnel Marks Adam Pittman Miyah Rosser Jahlil Terrell Kyron Trammel Ariana Warren Darrius Williams
Congratulations to the students who earned High Honor Roll and Honor Roll Achievements for 2nd Quarter. To Achieve High Honor Roll Recognition, a student must earn a GPA of 3.5 or above. A student must earn between a 3.0 and 3.4 GPA to earn the Honor Roll Recognition. Congratulations to the students below. 6th Grade-High Honor Roll Kharlie Barnes Tyesha Carter Jayda Howard Kamyiah White 6th Grade-Honor Roll Makeil Baker Jerrica Franklin Shante Graham LaDarius Hamiel Cameron Reed Delance Terrell Montasia Travis 7th Grade-High Honor Roll Anthony Adams Jaden Leslie Terryel Pennix Kenyah Smith Candice Travis Alexandria Williams Tajuan Woods 7th Grade-Honor Roll TaNiah Dooley Dallas Gardner Lauren Harris Kylan James Makari Kerby Isaiah Wilson 8th Grade-High Honor Roll Taniyah Davis Amiya Gregory Damyla Moore Ariana Warren 8th Grade-Honor Roll Trinity Compton Kemorian Griffin
Congratulations to the students who earned High Honor Roll and Honor Roll Achievements for 2nd Quarter. To Achieve High Honor Roll Recognition, a student must earn a GPA of 3.5 or above. A student must earn between a 3.0 and 3.4 GPA to earn the Honor Roll Recognition. Congratulations again to the students below. 9th Grade-High Honor Roll Kalyn Belford Quinntasia Bush Zarria Clark Tyrique Davis Armya Gardner Na Renzo Gardner Azaria Lewis Kassidi Sanders Kaleigh Spencer Maurice Wright 9th Grade-Honor Roll Terrianna Adams Xavier Gines 10th Grade-High Honor Roll Ranyia Arnold Corteney Bursey Xzavior Flowers Taylor Lewis Carman Lucas Jhyran Roby Kaila Sherrod Taila Sherrod Briana Strauther Ariana Strauther Kameron Trammel 10th Grade-Honor Roll Emauri Jackson Gabrielle Johnson Larrion White Caurie Wilson 11th Grade-High Honor Roll Anthony Garofoli Sarah Johnson Devin Marlow Meliyah McGee Doriahn Smith Chaneiyah Terrell 11th Grade-Honor Roll Davieon Baker Jazmyn Coleman Jazzmine Craig Haley Driver Davion Hayden Camile Jamison Treasure Pearson Rakita Wooten Shawn Wright 12th Grade-High Honor Roll Kennedy Bennett Shaniya Dandridge Antonio German Hasani McGill Tyra Oliver Andrew Trice Evelyn Escobar Vazquez 12th Grade-Honor Roll Donasia Davis
Online Learning Student Expectations Be Responsible Log in to the Google Meet/Zoom in as distraction free and as quiet of an environment as possible. Camera should remain on the entire class period. Microphone should be muted unless you are speaking. The chat box is used ONLY to communicate about school work-with the teacher or working with other students. Have necessary materials (notebook, folder, pencil) ready for remote learning. Complete and turn in assignments in a timely manner through Google Classroom. Schedule extra time before or after school to meet with teachers when you need extra help. Have a plan to attack your schoolwork/homework-use the plan!!! Be Respectful Listen & respond at appropriate times. Pay attention to the computer screen. (No other distractions-pets, family members, etc). Do not talk while the teacher is teaching. Use appropriate language and gestures. Put away all cell phones and electronics before class. Clothing is NOT optional - remember we can see you; all clothing should be school appropriate. · Be Ready to Succeed Ask questions if unsure of a task or skill. There are no “dumb” questions. Be ready to participate and learn in class. Take good notes which include writing down examples and writing neatly. Study independently and with others If you need help-reach out to your teacher(s)!!! They are here to help you succeed!!! Give 100% in all classes and on all assignments!!
Congratulations to the Madison Jr High School students (named below) who have perfect attendance from the first day of school through November 30th!!!! Being online everyday for EVERY class is the first step in your educational success!! Great Job!!!! You are rock stars!!! Anthony Adams Markeyonia Adams Kharlie Barnes Jalen Belford Dashaun Brown Jariyan Brown Mariah Brown Tyesha Carter Sheridan Dandridge Kendell Davis Xochitl Deal Tamara Dixon Kaysen Emerson Makiya Evans Zyeiquoiyah Evans Amiya Gregory Kemorian Griffin Dylan Griggs Sheridyn Griggs LaDarius Hamiel Lauren Harris Jayda Howard Octavia Hubbard Alexia Ivy Emanuel Jenkins Jarai Johnson Shaniya Johnson Jermaine Jones Saniyah Jones Breanna Kelly Alexander Kennedy Makari Kerby Jonel King DeMarco Lewis Jaylen Lewis Johnnel Marks Cooper Morales-Escobar Rakenzie Norman Takoda Perkins Cameron Reed Janiyah Rickman Miyah Rosser Kendall Russell Seanelle Sanders Shalissa Scruggs Ariyah Silas Jahlil Terrell DeMarco Thurmon Kyron Trammel Ariana Warren Dakota Wells Kamyiah White Alexandria Williams Christopher Williams Darrius Williams Tajuan Woods
Presenting the Madison Senior High School 1st Quarter Virtual Award Presentation. This presentation was student led. Thank you to the following students for being our awesome moderator/presenters. Ariana Strauther, Briana Strauther, Kassidi Sanders, Tyrique Davis, and Zarria Clark. (Click on the link to view the presentation) https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EemQnMXEj9TDSumV5fQdR1AdzXXE5qTL/view?usp=sharing
Parents: Our first quarter being virtual was really different for everyone involved. We had no idea what to expect from our students who had no choice in this pandemic keeping them away from school. However, we are excited to state that our students at the Jr. High School stepped up to the challenge and did a wonderful job. Our attendance for this first quarter of school was 91%....That’s amazing! We had a number of students who worked really hard to make honor roll and high honor roll. Please check out our webpage to see the list of students. Thanks!
Students and Parents, Please come out on Saturday, October 3rd, to the “Community LOVE” Event sponsored by Miken Softball Franchise Organization and Backpacks for Betty. This event will be held at the 3rd St. Softball Diamonds from 12:00 pm-5:00 pm. Backpacks and supplies will be donated to Bernard Long Elementary School. Tyson Foods, along with the Madison County Probation /Parole Departments and the Urban League of Alton will provide food give- aways. Come join the fun. See you there !!!
Click on the link below to enjoy Madison Junior High School's 2020 Virtual Open House https://sites.google.com/madisoncusd12.org/madisonjuniorhighschoolvirtual/home
For NWEA testing the screen resolution settings on the chromebooks have to be set to a certain dimension (1024 by 768). Click on the link for a step by step video to show how to reset the screen resolution settings on your chromebook.. https://youtu.be/irBC8nrQMnk
Madison Family, Since the decision was made to deliver instruction through remote learning for the first quarter we have been planning on how to deliver the best remote learning opportunity possible. It was identified that staff desired more training on how to best deliver remote instruction to your students. To accomplish this, we will be moving the first day of remote student attendance from Wednesday, August 12th to Monday, August 17th. This will allow us to provide the training that our staff desires so they can deliver the highest quality instruction to your students.
Good morning parents: We are looking forward to the start of the new year. Despite the circumstances, our staff is eager to get back to teaching and learning. You should have received an email from the district with information about registering your child. If you did not receive this email, please contact Ms. Silas at 877.1712 ext. 6266. You may also come to the school to pick up a registration packet. Thanks.
Good Afternoon Madison Families, This is Principal Terrien Fennoy with an important message. We are excited to begin our new school year in a few days and can’t wait to introduce you to this new way of learning! ALL students in grades PK – 12th grade MUST be registered in order to receive work packets, IPad, and chrome books. We are asking that you please register your student so that we can get an accurate count of our enrollment for the upcoming school year. If you do not know your teacher ease account please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. . Don’t forget to include the students name the parents’ name and an email address. Sorry, no I cloud are accepted. You can also call or come to the school for a registration packet. Our secretaries are waiting to assist you.
Madison Family, Since the end of the school year we have been working on how to best reopen school this fall. Three options were developed; in-person, hybrid and remote learning. Over the last several weeks we presented these three options to families and staff. We have asked for your input on how you would like to see school opened and students educated. Based on this input, guidance from the Illinois State Board of Education and Illinois Department of Public Health we have made the decision to begin the school year with remote learning. Remote learning will continue through the end of the first quarter. This decision was not made lightly. Our two greatest concerns are the safety of all who enter the buildings and providing the best education for students. With the increasing rates of COVID-19 in our region we feel the safest option is to continue remote learning. Now that the decision has been made, we will provide frequent updates to make sure everyone has accurate information as we adjust to our new normal together. We thank you for all of your input, and we look forward to providing the best educational opportunity possible for students. Andrew ReinkingSuperintendent
Madison Family, Madison CUSD #12 will be holding a public hearing to take input on reopening schools in the Fall. Meeting will be held Tuesday, July 28th, at 6:00pm in the High School Auditorium. Please bring any questions or concerns you may have about the start of school. Face coverings will be required to enter and social distancing will be observed.
Madison CUSD #12 will be holding public meetings to take input on reopening schools in the Fall. Meetings will be held Tuesday, July 21st, at 11:00am and on Wednesday, July 22nd at 6:00pm in the High School Auditorium. Please bring any questions or concerns you may have about the start of school. Face coverings will be required to enter and social distancing will be observed.
Drive-Through Promotion Ceremony • PK – 5:30pm – Line up begins at 5:00. You will NOT be allowed in the line after 5:30. • KDG. 6:15pm - Line up begins at 6:00. You will NOT be allowed in the line after 6:15. • 5th GRADE – 6:45pm- Line up begins at 6:30. You will NOT be allowed in the line after 6:45. YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ENTER THE LINE-UP AFTER YOUR DESIGNATED CEREMONY HAS BEGUN. Please contact Mrs. Fennoy at email@example.com or call the school at 618 – 877-1712, Ext. 5254 with questions and/or concerns.
Parents: When you arrive to the World Wide Technology Racetrack on Wednesday, June 17, please follow the directions of the attendant. Your child will be dropped off by 7pm. You will then be asked to get in line to wait for our ceremony to begin. You will only be allowed 2 cars. Please be sure that they are decorated to celebrate your child. When you come around the track, your child will be given their certificate and other awards before taking a picture in front of our school banner. You will then have less than a minute to snap as many pictures as you like before getting into your car and exiting the track. Please follow the speed limit while going around the track. Please contact me via email with any questions. Looking forward to seeing you and your child next week!
Great News! We are excited to announce the Drive-Through Promotion Ceremony for the 2020 PK, KDG, and 5th grade classes of Thee Bernard Long Elementary School. This event will be held on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at the Worldwide Technology Raceway in Madison, IL. Letters with program specifics and instructions have been mailed to you! Congratulations Class of 2020!!
Parents: I am pleased to announce that we will have our 8th grade promotion ceremony on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at the Worldwide Technology Racetrack at 7:15pm. Please contact Mr. Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your child’s participation. Please email your child’s name and your phone number. Thanks!
Virtual Summer School 2020 started Monday, June 1st for all Madison CUSD #12 schools. Any Madison Jr. High School student who is still interested in enrolling, please contact Mrs. Root-Smith (email@example.com). Madison Senior High School students enrolled in summer school received phone calls and emails on Friday, May 29th. Please check your email for Edmentum account login information & contact Mrs. Root-Smith if you have any questions. This is a great way to earn course credit and also make-up incomplete course credits.
MJHS Virtual Learning Summer School Starts on Monday, June 1st. Teachers will be in contact this week. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Root-Smith (jennifer.rootsmith@madisoncusd12) or Mr. Marshall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Item pick up for Bernard Long will be tomorrow, May 21 from 9:00AM to 6:00 PM and Friday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Any items left at the school after Friday will be discarded.
Students who have any school owned items including textbooks, chromebooks, and calculators can return them from 8 to 10 and 1 to 3 on both Thursday and Friday. Drop off will be at the auditorium entrance at Madison Senior High School.
Student item pick-up
Coach Baker was recognized by IBCA after leading team to state!! Click the link to read more: https://www.bnd.com/sports/high-school/prep-basketball/article242595341.html Congrats Coach-We are proud of you!!
Greetings Parents: Sign up for summer school is now open. Please email your child’s principal as soon as possible to enroll. The deadline is May 22. We look forward to hearing from soon.
Madison Family, Madison School District will be offering a virtual summer school session for Grades 1-12. Please take the time to help us in our preparation by filling out the attached survey. Click the link below. https://forms.gle/d3n7LVcKeJYnGXjr6
Pk- 5th grade Student Personal items may be picked up from Bernard Long Elementary School on May 6-8, from 9:30am - 1:00 pm. All cubbies, desks, and lockers have been cleared and items safely and carefully placed into bags for delivery . No students or parents will be allowed inside of the building . Please call the school if you need another date and time for personal item pickup. Please continue to remain safe.
Madison Family, This afternoon the Governor announced schools will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. While we are saddened by this news, Madison School District has established a robust program of remote learning that will continue until the last scheduled day of school, Friday May 22, 2020. Students will continue to receive either online work of learning packets to complete. All completed work should be turned into the Board Office no later than Friday May, 15 to allow time for the work to be graded. We will continue to deliver meals Monday through Friday beginning at 11:00am. It is hoped we will be able to continue this through the end of the school year. If circumstances arise where this would not be possible we will notify you of any changes. We know you have concerns about school activities such as graduation and summer school. We have been working on options to address these concerns in case we were out for the remainder of the year. Now that we know for certain we will not be back in regular session this year we will finalize these plans and communicate them out to you and your students. This is not how any of us wanted to end this school year. We miss seeing your students every day, things are way too quiet in the district. If you have questions please feel free to contact me either by email, email@example.com or by phone, 618 877-1712 ext 6501. Stay safe. Madison CUSD #12 is here for you and your students. Andrew Reinking Superintendent Madison CUSD #12
Trio College Access Program is having a Virtual College Fair. Please see the image attached-if interested, please register by clicking on this link: https://us04web.zoom.us/meeting/register/v5Yvdu2spjst0VyFBRgPTKq92Q4DxW2K9Q
Parent/Guardian, As we continue our remote learning we want to thank you for encouraging your student(s) to complete their remote learning assignments. Teachers are continuing to provide updated instruction both online and through learning packets. Learning packets that were not picked up last week for elementary school students will be mailed or dropped off at the address we have on file for the student this week. If you have recently moved, please contact the board office to update your address, 618 877-1712 Ext. 6500. Learning packets are due to be turned in on Friday, April 24th and then again on Friday, May 15th if we are still out of school. May 15th will be the final day for completed assignments to be turned in. If your students have completed learning packets please give them to the staff who delivers meals to your area. You may also return the packets to the Board Office daily between 9:00am and 12:00pm. These packets will be distributed to your students' teacher(s) and graded. Grades earned during remote learning may help student’s overall grade for the year.
Madison Senior High School Students, the staff misses you...this video is for you. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IQrex8pOAJQeMrwQRF0Ssa6ZvNrRX2r7/view?usp=sharing
Madison Junior High School Students, this one's for you!!! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tzTPojDp4AaQJBNageYV1XShuq-v8tGY/view?usp=sharing
All stories on Amazon Audible are free right now to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Happy Reading!!! https://stories.audible.com/start-listen
Michigan State University offering ‘Adulting 101’ seminars for high school juniors, seniors. To register, please click on the link: https://www.canr.msu.edu/events/adulting-101-budget
Madison Family, Today, April 1, is National Census Day. Please take time today to complete your census at, https://my2020census.gov. By completing the Census you can help our community get our fair share of money from the Federal Government to fund public services, roads and schools. This is your opportunity to make a difference in our community.
Madison Family, Please take the time to click on the following link to view the Superintendent's Message to the Community, Staff, and Students. https://youtu.be/CrEnKu-qkvA
Madison Family, Today the Governor announced that the Stay Home Order and school closings will be extended through April 30th. With the extension of school closings to April 30th we will continue to provide educational services through remote learning. Students will continue to be able to access course material either online or through packets of work. As this crisis continues, we will continue to provide meals for students. To provide the maximum level of safety for students and families the delivery of meals may need to change in the future. We will keep you updated on and potential changes to the food service program. While the extension of the Stay Home Order is inconvenient it is intended to reduce the cases of COVID-19 and save lives. Please stay safe and let us know if there is anything we can do to help.
Please click to enjoy the video from Mr. Gardner https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qq8fn17jkCmBBBhqBxo0i0Gumg2-qskR/view?usp=sharing
Parents/Guardians, Madison CUSD #12 will have scheduled one more day on Wednesday, April 1st for loaner ChromeBooks available for sign-out to families who do not currently have a device at home for students to complete e-learning assignments. Parents or guardians will be able to sign-out a ChromeBook from 9am to 11am and April 1st, this Wednesday 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. Limited supply available.
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!
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!
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.
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
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
March 18th is All Kids Count Day for the 2020 census. Please make sure you complete the census at https://2020census.gov. Make sure everyone in your house counts!
Madison Family, Madison School District will be providing meals to students during this unprecedented school shutdown. In an effort to continue to provide nutrition services to or families Madison School District will provide sack lunches beginning Tuesday, March 17th. We hope to begin providing breakfast as soon as we are able to get a delivery of breakfast items. Meals will be delivered to identified locations around the community. A list of locations and times will be sent out soon. If you have questions please contact your child’s school building or the Board of Education office. Board of Education - 618 877-1712 Ext. 6500 Bernard Long Elementary - 618 877-1712 Ext. 5252 Madison Junior High School - 618 877-1712 Ext. 6265 Madison Senior High School - 618 877-1712 Ext. 6260 Madison Student Support Center - 618 877-1712 Ext. 7001
All schools for Madison CUSD 12 will be utilizing an 1 hour early release day on Monday, March 16, 2020. Please make the appropriate arrangements for your student to be pickup if he/she is not a bus rider.
Dear Parent/Guardian, The recent Coronavirus outbreak is unprecedented and has forced many institutions to rethink how they conduct business. We were notified today that Governor Pritzker has issued an order to close schools statewide for the next 2 weeks, March 17th through March 30th, in an effort to limit exposure to the virus. While we do not have any confirmed cases in Madison or surrounding communities the action taken by the governor is out of an abundance of caution and concern for public safety. During the two weeks Madison School District is shutdown, student will still receive educational services either through e-learning or by learning packets of work that will be sent home. Guardians of students with internet access will be able to sign-out a district Chrome Book beginning March 16th. Students will be able to access district resources through their school login giving them access to assignments, tests, and their teacher. Teachers will be available from 9:00a.m to 2:00p.m. each day that school would have normally been in session. Students without internet access will receive learning assignment packets to work on. New packets will be sent out each week via U.S Mail to the student's address. If there are any questions, the student can call the District Office, (618) 877-1712 to be put in contact with their teacher. As the situation changes, we will do our best to keep you updated. We realize this is a change for everyone and issues will arise. If there are any issues or concerns, please let me know. We look forward to partnering with you during this new adventure to make your students education meaningful and productive. Sincerely, Andrew Reinking Superintendent (618) 877-1712 x6501
Madison Junior High School 3rd Quarter Report Cards will come home with students on Monday, March 16th. Please check with your child on Monday evening and contact the Madison Junior High office if you have any questions.
Madison Staff, Students and Community, we are going to celebrate our boys as they return home tomorrow!! We are encouraging EVERYONE to wear green and Madison spirit wear to support our boys who have ALOT to be proud of. Please share this and let everyone know! We are Madison Proud!!!
Madison Family, It is with a heavy heart that tonight I report the IHSA Board of Directors have voted cancel the State Basketball Tournament. This decision was made in compliance Governor's guidance on public gatherings in response to the COVID-19 virus outbreak. This turn of event does not diminish all our team has accomplished. As far as I am concerned they are State Champions! We have few details but will update you as we know more.
Madison Family, The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) has made the decision to limit the number of fans each team is allowed to bring to the State Basketball Tournament in Peoria to 60. As a result, the decision has been made to offer the available spots to family members of players first. The players provided names of family members who were planning to attend games Friday and Saturday this morning. At this time all 60 slots are filled. Individuals not on the list will not be permitted to enter the game. Because of the restrictions IHSA has put on attending the game there will be no fan bus on Friday or Saturday. The game Friday will be available live to at the Jr/Sr High in the auditorium.
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Madison Family, We are excited that our boys basketball team has advanced to the final round of the Sectional Series. The game will be held today, Friday March 6th, at Dupo High School at 7:00pm, doors are scheduled to open at 6:00pm. We wanted to remind everyone about a couple of items. 1. Admission to the game is $6 for every person entering including children. This admission fee is set by IHSA and they do not make allowance for a different rate for children. 2. At the conclusion of the game, all spectators are expected to stay in the bleachers. They should "NOT" come onto the floor for the awarding of the Sectional plaque. 3. There will be additional ticket takers as well as concessions available in an effort to reduce lines. Come join us for a great evening of basketball as we cheer our team on to another Madison victory! Andrew Reinking, Superintendent Madison Proud
Good Evening, this is a friendly reminder that Madison CUSD #12 will have an 1 hour early release from all schools.
8th grade Bobo’s Pizza Fundraiser Order and Money is Due Friday, March 6th!!! Please turn all forms and money in to Mrs. Root-Smith.
Sectional Boys Basketball at Dupo tonight (7pm). Please come out to support!
This is a reminder for MADISON CUSD 12 family that on Monday, March 2, 2020, we will be observing Casimir Pulaski Day. There will be "NO SCHOOL" Monday. Have a wonderful weekend and see everyone on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
Regional Championship tonight....Madison vs. Lovejoy at Valmeyer High School (7pm)
This is a reminder that Madison CUSD 12 will have a Half Day Early dismissal on tomorrow Wednesday, February 26, 2020. All schools will be on a half day schedule.
The 8th Grade Students are selling Bobo's Pizza to help cover the costs of the 8th Grade College & University Trip to Nashville, TN. Please help our 8th graders by purchasing a delicious pizza, dessert, or some scrumptious chocolates. You can even purchase your items online. All orders and monies are due by March 6th. Please call or email Jennifer Root-Smith (618-877-1712 ext. 6548 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. :) Thank you for your support!!!
Good Afternoon Madison Community. This is a invitation reminder that the Bernard Long African American History Program, “Stand in your Greatness” will be held in the school gymnasium, tomorrow , Friday, February 21, 2020 @ 9am. We hope to see you all there !!
Madison CUSD # 12 will be observing Lincoln's Birthday. There will be no school on February 12, 2020.
Madison Jr High 3rd Quarter Mid-Quarter Progress Reports will be sent home today with every student, Tuesday, February 11th! Please ask your child for their progress report. Also reminder there is NO SCHOOL tomorrow (February 12th) for Lincoln’s Birthday.
Madison CUSD 12 will be cancelling all 21st Century After School activities for today, February 5, 2020.
Madison Jr High School Spirit & Pride orders are due on Friday, January 24th. Please fill out the order form and send cash money to the school by Friday. You can order also order online @ www.spiritandpride.com-School ID 369124
Boys Basketball game in Peoria is canceled!
Good Morning, This is a school closing announcement for Madison School District. Due to the prediction for ice for evening drop off Madison CUSD 12 will be closed today, Friday January 17th. Please be safe, we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday Jan 21, 2020.
Students at Madison Junior High School love the new lunch options!!! Students now have the choice each day between 3-4 different main entree items and 2-3 sides. One student was overheard commenting “this lunch is fire” and many others gave two thumbs up when asked about lunch! Thank you to the Food service staff and Madison CUSD 12 for listening to student survey responses and implementing new foods and choices in the cafeteria.
Good Morning, this is a reminder that Madison CUSD 12 will be having a 1/2 day attendance at all schools on January 15, 2020. Release times are as follow: MSSC - 11:45, MSH - 11:48, MJH - 11:30, BLE - 10:30am.
Parents, please complete the 5 Essentials Survey to help our schools!!! This short survey data is important to what we do for your students, families and community. Copy and Paste the web address to take the survey-https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/- Thank you.
No Game Tonight!
Good Afternoon, parents, students, faculty, and staff, this is a reminder that all district schools will be having an one hour early release day on Friday, December 20, 2019 for each respectable school time.
Due to the snow days, Tomorrow (Wednesday) we invite all staff and students to participate in our holiday spirit week benefit by donning holiday PJs, holiday sweaters, and/or holiday socks, hats, and jewelry. Pay $2 and wear any or all!!! We will continue with the spirit activities for Thursday and Friday. Stay warm today and I can’t wait to see everyone’s holiday spirit wear tomorrow!!!
Due to continued inclement weather conditions forecast through early Tuesday morning, Madison CUSD 12 will be closed all day Tuesday. Continue to stay safe and warm.
Madison CUSD 12 will be close tomorrow, 12/16, due to road conditions in the district and the forecast for sleet, freezing rain, and snow throughout Monday.
Today's High School Girls Basketball Game has been cancelled. Reschedule of home game will be on January 27th, 2020 against Carnahan High School.
Madison CUSD 12 will be closed on tomorrow November 12, 2019 due to inclement weather. All school activities are cancelled for tomorrow
Madison Senior High Girls Basketball has been cancelled due to weather conditions for Monday, November 11, 2019.
Reminder: Money and Permission Slip for the Jr High Field Trip to see the movie Harriet is due tomorrow November 1st.
Reminder: Bobo’s Pizza Fundraiser Pickup is today (October 30th) from 3:30-5:00 in the Jr High Office
Reminder: Tomorrow is the First Day of Red Ribbon Week!! “We are RED-Y to celebrate being Drug & Bully Free”-Wear Red (Head to Toe if you would like)
We had a great event on Sunday to name our gym after basketball great and Madison alumni Mr. Don Freeman. The Advantage News has a nice article incase you missed the event. https://advantagenews.com/sports/the-timeless-trojan/.
Madison High School Volleyball Team in action tonight at East Alton Woodriver starting at 6pm.
Friday Night Lights!! Madison Sr. High will be traveling to East Alton Woodriver this evening for a football game. Come out and cheer our Trojans to victory! Start time is 7:00pm #madisonproud
MadisonCUSD12 is excited to announce that there is a new look for our website. Enjoy the new features and feel. Continue to make this your stop for information of what is happening in your district. #madisonproud