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MADISON SOUTH ELEMENTARY

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Assistant Principal:
Mrs. Chris Scholl | Ext. 4101 Mr. Nathan Stump | Ext. 4102

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700 S. Illinois Ave; Mansfield, OH 44907
Phone: 419-522-4319 | Fax: 419-526-2911  
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ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to make-up days the last day of school will be June 4th. There will be a 2 hour early dismissal on June 4th instead of May 29th. Last day for Seniors will be May 30th.

Madison Comprehensive High School Choral Department presents:

  • BYE BYE BIRDIE
  • Friday, April 11, 2014 at 7:30 pm
  • Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 7:30 pm
  • Sunday, April, 13, 2014 at 2:00 pm
  • Adults: $8.00
  • Students and Seniors: $6.00
  • All performances will be held at Eastview Elementary--1262 Eastview Drive

Lots of laughs and great songs have made this show a long time favorite! When rock star and teenage heart-throb Conrad Birdie (played by Zane Speelman) gets drafted, the nation's teenagers go haywire. Looking to cash in on the hysteria, Conrad's manager, Albert Peterson (played by Anthony Frizzell) and his girlfriend Rose Alvarez (played by Sarah Zellner and Ashley McCulloch) organize a nationwide contest in which one lucky girl wins a farewell kiss from Conrad. Kim McAfee (played by Arizona Hess) turns out to be the lucky teenager and Conrad's whole entourage moves into her quiet Mid-western home-much to the chagrin of her ever-irritable father and her jealous boyfriend. The result is chaos and a series of hilarious complications.

Attention Parents: New Middle School Information

Upon completion of the new middle school, grades 7 and 8 will move into the new building as soon as the building is completed. Grades 5 and 6 will move into the new building beginning with the 2014/2015 school year.

Pay-For-It Fee Service:

PayForIt.netATTENTION PARENTS: You are now able to pay your sonís or daughterís fees and/or lunches by utilizing a new service available via the internet known as Pay For It. To read more information about the service, view the following links: www.payforit.net - Overview of the Program


Welcome Back! Madison South is off to a good start again this year. We would like to welcome to our staff Mr. Daniel Cichon teaching 5th grade math and science, Mrs. Brittany Farley, who will teach LA and Social Studies in 4th grade, Mrs. Elizabeth Armstrong 2nd grade who is coming to us from Mifflin and Miss Kate Ogden who is our new 6th grade intervention specialist. Doors open at 8:20 and school begins at 8:50 please make sure your student is here on time, but not before as we have no staff on duty until 8:20. We are looking forward to a great new year.

The staff is excited about another year with great kids. The school is continuing the positive behavior plan with Ram Bucks that will earn their way to special events every month. We are also celebrating the wonderful behavior we see every day from our students with a school wide activity for the students that stay on green the whole month. We are looking for parents that would be able to help with this activity, playing games or helping with snacks. If you are interested in helping please send a note to your childís teacher and we will give you a call.

The Ohio Department of Education has instated a Third Grade Guarantee which is designed to ensure that all Ohioís students are reading at grade level by the end of third grade. Schools will give students annual diagnostic tests to determine reading ability and if a student is not on track to read at grade level, the school must create a reading improvement and monitoring plan that ensures that interventions are provided to the student. Students who have not reached grade level reading by the end of third grade will be retained. Please help your student by having them read every night and talk about what they have read. The most effective way to get students reading at grade level is to have them read as much as possible. This includes everything from road signs to chapter books. Thank you in advance for your help with the Third Grade Reading Guarantee.

We are looking forward to another great year here at South.

Sincerely,
Chris Scholl, Principal

 

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