Mr. Rob Peterson | Email | Ext. 8611
Dean of Students
Mr. Sean Conway | Email | Ext. 8600
Mr. James Masi | Ext. 8616
Career-Technical Education Director
Mr. Jim Riggle | Email | Ext. 8643
Welcome to the Madison Comprehensive High School Website!
During the week of October 26-30, we will be administering the Ohio Graduation Tests to our juniors and seniors who have not passed one or more portions of the OGT. Monday, we will be testing students in the area of Reading, Math on Tuesday, Writing on Wednesday, Science on Thursday, and Social Studies on Friday. Parents, if you have any questions regarding the testing status of your son/daughter, please don’t hesitate to contact the Guidance Office at 419-589-2112 (Extension 8640). There are several OGT resources, including sample tests, on the Ohio Department of Education website, http://education.ohio.gov/. We would also like to cordially invite you to Parent/Teacher Conferences on November 5th and 10th from 3:30-6:30 PM. Parents will have the opportunity to speak to teachers about the academic progress of their son/daughter. We encourage each parent to attend the Parent/Teacher Conferences, but also take time to monitor your child’s grades via the Progressbook link on the left hand side of this website. If you have any questions regarding Progressbook, please don’t hesitate to contact us as well.
If it is necessary to cancel school for inclement weather or an emergency, please listen to the radio for the announcements (WMAN 1400, WNCO 101.3, WVNO 106, and Y105) or watch WMFD-TV 68, WKYC Cleveland, WBNS 10 TV, or check the internet at wmfd.com or mlsd.net. Please do not call the school or bus garage.
Parents, you can now set up your Parent Access Account to receive e-mail alerts if your child has (1) missing assignments and /or (2) low assignment marks. After logging in to Parent Access, click on My Account tab in the upper right of the Parent Access Screen. Click on Manage Alerts in the upper right of the Parent Access Screen. You can then follow the prompts to individualize the alerts to your child.