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Message from the Superintendent

 

 

Greetings Madison Parish School District Community,

I have enjoyed the distinct privilege of serving as superintendent of my hometown for the past 3 1/2 years. Nothing was more rewarding than providing opportunities for our students to gain exposure from colleges and the workforce to better prepare them for a more rewarding life experience. As a former resident of Madison Parish, there were at least two goals I had hope to accomplish. One, was have this district in a much better place both financially and academically than when I first arrived. Two, was to lift the salary freeze for all employees. As of today, both goals have been accomplished and I am so grateful for that.

As superintendent, I can assure you that I will continue to work for even more opportunities for our students and I will continue to hold high expectations for our staff to provide our students with the dignity in a caring and nurturing environment.

In January 2020, a new leader will take the helm as superintendent and I hope the practices we currently have in place will continue to guide Madison Parish School District in an upward trajectory. Our students are amazing, so please continue to hold everyone accountable for the sake of their future and our parish.

Lastly, to all my students, never allow anyone to place restraints on you by telling you that you are not good enough or because of your gender. Set your goals high and your dreams even higher and you will accomplish everything you have set out to do. I did it and so can you.

Best wishes,

Benita B. Young, Superintendent
Madison Parish School District

Vision

Madison Parish School District will empower all students to meet or exceed expectations for academic, social, and emotional growth and success. We will provide learning opportunities for students to develop critical analytical skills as innovative thinkers to meet dynamic global changes. We will maximize our use of resources through collaborative partnerships with our community, our business and education partners in a pursuit of excellence for all students.

 

Mission Statement 

The mission of Madison Parish School District, in partnership with the community, is to provide challenging curricula for all students with high expectations for learning that develop productive citizens with problem- solving skills capable of contributing to our ever-changing global society.


Thanksgiving Holiday Flyer 2019


 

LA Gear Up Week

Madison High School GEAR UP students shared a photo op with Tallulah Mayor Gloria Hayden for National GEAR UP Week.


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Ms. Jackie Jordan, 8th-grade Mathematics

Madison Parish School District

Highly Effective Teacher 2018-2019

 

I am so proud of the work you and your students were able to accomplish on the state standardized tests last year. Your high expectations of all your students and the hard work you have displayed are to be commended by your colleagues and the MPSD school community. It is a pleasure to have you share your talents and knowledge of mathematics with our students. It is because of you our students were successful this past year. So, today we salute you for being rated amongst Louisiana's highly effective teachers.

 

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Congrats Madison on

Supt. Young presents The Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE)  and the Louisiana Department of Education  (LDOE) award to Ke'Vandren Martin for Perfect Attendance for the 2018-2019 school year.

Accompanying Ke'Vandren are his Principal Lucille Lovette and Assistant Principal Fowler.

Continue the good work you have started Ke'Vandren!

Perfect Attendance Award


 

Scholarship Win


Madison High School Consumer Science students prepared lunch for staff as an end of the year culminating activity. Students were able to demonstrate their cooking and baking skills as they prepared several recipe dishes and desserts all under the guidance of their teacher Mrs. Faye Thompson.

Thank you students for an excellent job in preparing a scrumptious meal and your impeccable service. We hope to have more students like you next year.

Benita B. Young, Superintendent 
Madison Parish School District

Thompson's Cooking Class

 

WES Spelling Bee Champs


Congratulations to these Madison High School teachers for their amazing accomplishments!

Consumer Alert

Thursday, November 1, 2018

CONSUMER ALERT: Several Child Products Recently Recalled

BATON ROUGE, LA – Attorney General Jeff Landry is advising Louisiana consumers to be mindful of various child products that have been recently recalled. 

“As Attorney General, I am dedicated to making Louisiana an even better place to live – starting with the protection of our families,” said General Landry. “I encourage all parents and guardians to be aware of recently recalled products to ensure the safety of our State’s youth.”

Attorney General Jeff Landry listed the following recalled products:

  • Allura Children’s Sleepwear
  • Manhattan Toy’s Toy Planes
  • JCPenney Okie Dokie Denim Patches Shortie Shorts
  • BSN Sports Rubber Critter Toys
  • Boy Story Action Dolls
  • Weeplay Kids Children’s Coveralls
  • Boy Scouts of America Neckerchief Slides

For more information on the recalled products and remedies, view the Fall 2018 Safety Box at http://www.agjefflandry.com/safetybox.

 

Custodian of Records- Benita Young, Superintendent

Title IX Coordinator- Delores Mack-Smith

delores.mack-smith@madisonpsb.org

Section 504 Coordinator- Corean Riggs

corean.riggs@madisonpsb.org

 

The Madison Parish School District adheres to a policy of nondiscrimination in educational programs/activities and employment, and strives affirmatively to provide equal opportunity for all.

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