Madison HS Trojans

Madison HS Trojans


Madison parents: I will be shooting the girls district at Madison on Wednesday 7:00 pm Madison vs Addison. If you would like the cd of photos plus either one printed 8x10 or two different 5x7's for $25 please message me name, number, and print preference.
Varsity cheer just made it to states. Taking 3rd at regionals
Seniors & parents of seniors! Be sure to join us Wednesday September 25th at 6:00 for Financial Aide Night! There will be a lot of useful information given! It will be held in the Performing Arts Center.
Madison Athletic Boosters seek FOOTBALL parent/adult representatives to volunteer at the booster's concession stand. Please take a minute to sign up here:
Is anyone experiencing issues logging into Canvas or Office 365 to turn in assignments?
Congratulations to the Varsity girls volleyball team on their first place win at Addison Invitational today. 🏆
Congratulations to the JV volleyball team on their first place win at the Addison Invitational yesterday. 🏆
Does anyone know when we can pick up locker deposits and report cards? We never received a notice about this (along with many other senior parents I've talked to).
Due to the police situation today there was a change in bus transportation. Why were parents not informed of the change? I checked email, facebook, and my phone and had no notifications. I called the office and was told to have an adult at the bus stop to pick up my high schooler which I did. The bus stopped and no students got off. I was very worried and concerned not knowing where my daughter was. Come to find out, the students were dropped off at the Fairgrounds which is several blocks away. I understand the change due to safety but the kids were made to walk farther and parents were not informed. Very upsetting situation.
FROM MADISON ATHLETIC BOOSTERS -- Boosters is seeking VOLUNTEERS for spring sport concession stand needs! We welcome off season sport teams to assist at this time. Thank you!
This week our Madison students volunteered at Lenawee Humane Society on Tuesday and Sunday. They bathed/snuggled puppies, cleaned kitty cages/gave kitty loving, washed dishes/cat pans, scooped outdoor dog kennels, and made homemade frozen dog treats! Our next service date will be Tuesday May 7th, and we would love to take some of the items they need most. If you would like to donate any of the following items (counseling office) they are greatly needed right now. They are: wet cat/dog food (especially wet kitten), peanut butter, extra-large rope toys, and cat litter.

Another place where our students & parents can get information!

Madison High School is committed to providing each student with a rigorous and relevant educational environment that provides students with a wide-range of academic and extra-curricular opportunities and experiences. The staff at Madison High School, in collaboration with our community, is dedicated to the mission of empowering each student to reach their fullest potential to be successful in an ever-changing world. Points of Pride - Approximately 400 students grades 9-12 - Advanced Placement (AP) courses in English Literature, Calculus, Biology, US History, and World History - Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course in Biomedical Sciences - American Sign Language (ASL) and Spanish courses offered fulfilling foreign language high school graduation requirement - Students offered 24 Career Technical Education (CTE) programs through county-wide programming at the LISD TECH Center. - Award winning Band and Choir programs and state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center - Dual-Enrollment opportunities for students through Adrian College, Siena Heights University, and Jackson College - Athletic programs offering 13 sports, including 24 teams - Co-curricular activities such as Student Council, National Honor Society, Equations, and Interact - U.S. News and World Report Silver Medal School (2013) and Bronze Medal School (2014 & 2015)

Mission: Madison School District, in cooperation with our community, will enable each student to develop his or her full potential to be successful in an ever-changing world.

Don't forget! Tomorrow is the Class of 2020 Graduate Parade! Seniors, please arrive at 2:00 p.m. The parade will go through Homeacres starting at 2:30!

The Madison Athletic Department will be having another bottle and can drive. “ Back by Popular Demand! “
When: Saturday June 6th
Time: 7:00am-11:00am
Where: Madison Bus Garage

Madison School District | Fall 2020 Announcement From Lenawee County Superintendents

Good Evening, Madison Families!

Please, find the attached joint communication from the Lenawee County Superintendent's Association regarding our planning process for next fall.

Thank you. Go Trojans!

Nick Steimetz, Superintendent District news, administration contact information, school policies, athletics, calendar of events, and resources for parents, students, and faculty.

The Class of 2020 will be honored next Friday, May 29 at 2:00 pm with a Graduate Parade! Come out and support the outgoing seniors! #closerlook

Are you running out of room to store those bottles and cans? There is a solution. Donate them to the Madison Athletic Department. Drop off will be tomorrow, Thursday May 21st from 8:00am to 5:00pm at the bus barn. If can’t make it then, e-mail me at [email protected]. Thank you!

This year's blood drive will be held in the Madison HS Gym on Wednesday, May 27. Please consider donating to this cause!

Are you running out of room to store those bottles and cans? There is a solution. Donate them to the Madison Athletic Department. Drop off will be Tuesday May 19th and Thursday May 21st from 8:00am to 5:00pm. If can’t make it then, e-mail me at [email protected]. Thank you!

Madison Equestrian Team Announcement

Provided that the current rules in place by our governor are lifted, I am looking for Equestrians in grades 5 to 12. The Junior meet (grades 5 to 8) for school year 2019/2020 will be held on August 22nd. The Senior meets (grades 9 to 12th) will be held on Aug 30th, Sept 13th and 20th for school year 2020/2021.
Please contact me, Brenda Warwick 517-673-7276 or via email, [email protected] if you are interested. Riders must have their own horses.

Here is a helpful resource for students who are struggling. Zoom meetings are scheduled for the following age groups:

Monday’s at 1:00pm for those 13 and under:

Wednesday’s at 1:00pm for those 14 and above:

Madison School District | Madison Learning Hub

Week 3 of online learning is now available on the Madison Learning Hub! See what new lessons and activities are available for the Week of May 4! District news, administration contact information, school policies, athletics, calendar of events, and resources for parents, students, and faculty.

Save the date!!! Senior Night and Commencement announcements for the Class of 2020! #closerlook

Madison High School (Adrian) Decision Day Video 2020

Congratulations to the Class of 2020! Good luck on all of your future endeavors! #closerlook

Congratulations to the 2020 Seniors for developing their plans for next fall. Go Trojans!

Every senior that has lettered in Varsity athletics at some time during their high school years at Madison should fill this form out. You will receive a senior plaque, but only if this form is filled out and turned in by Sunday, May 10, 2020. This sheet will also be used for the Senior Athlete of The Year award.

Click here to fill out the form:

PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO MRS. ISOM BY SUNDAY, May 10, 2020, by email: [email protected]

We will be honoring the senior Class of 2020 this Friday! Come by and see the lights!

Congratulations to Carly Anschuetz as she was named 1st Team All-State in Basketball by The Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan!

A new week of virtual lessons and activities is now live on the Madison Learning Hub! Click the link below to access this week's lessons!

Today is the last day to submit your pictures!

The Madison Learning Hub has launched and many of you have already taken advantage of the lessons and activities! Students and parents have had questions regarding expectations. Each building is different, so please review the FAQ documents at this link:

Good Morning, Madison Families!

We are extremely excited to share that we are ahead of schedule with our technology device distribution. As a result, we would like to hold our pick up for families that needed an additional technology device tomorrow Wednesday, April 22, 2020 from 9:30-1:30. Please, enter through the High School doors to pick up your device. If you are not able to make it tomorrow, but still need a device please email [email protected] to set up a time to come in and pick up the device.

The Madison Online Learning Hub is now LIVE on the district website! Lessons and activities for students are available for the week of April 20. There will be new lessons added each week!

Families in need of Technology help will have their first opportunity to pick up devices on this coming Monday, April 20th! See the message from Superintendent Nick Steinmetz attached!

Madison High School Distance Learning FAQs and instructions:

Decision Day 2020!

An important message from Superintendent Nick Steinmetz has been posted to the Madison website:

Please click the link to view updates regarding Food Service, Distance Learning, Technology, MYAC, Playground, and access to the building.

Hello AP Students and Parents,
College Board has released information about the administration of this year’s AP Exams. We recognize that during these unprecedented times that students may be anxious about being ready for and taking these exams. All of the AP teachers at Madison have been attempting to keep in contact with their students and will work to put them in the best position possible to be exposed to all of the content that will be covered in each exam. In addition, College Board is providing exam review and has also reassured us that students will have access to the online testing platform well in advance of the AP exams to ensure that they can access and are comfortable with it. Students will be able to take exams on any device they have access to—computer, tablet, or smartphone. They will be able to either type and upload their responses or write responses by hand and submit a photo via their cell phone. All exams will be 45 minutes long and can be taken at a student’s home. Specific content, timing, and weighting for each exam will be communicated to students from their respective AP teacher.

The new exam schedule for this year’s AP Exams is as follows:
Tuesday, May 12th (2:00pm): AP Calculus
Wednesday, May 13th (2:00pm) AP Literature and Composition
Friday, May 15th (2:00pm) AP United States History
Monday, May 18th (2:00pm) AP Biology
Wednesday, May 20th (2:00pm) AP Language and Composition
Thursday, May 21st (2:00pm) AP World History

In the next week, we will be sending out a survey to help us identify what students will still be taking their respective AP Exams and if they will need help with device and internet access. We will also be giving students the option to opt out of taking this year’s exams as well. In the meantime, students should continue to check their school email accounts on a regular basis to get important information from their AP teachers. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Mr. Whiteley & Mrs. Thomas

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Michigan FFA Association

This is a great opportunity, high school juniors and seniors might find this very helpful. Take a look!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Virtual Spirit Week! We may not be in the same building, but there is no denying Madison Spirit! #closerlook

Good Afternoon, Madison Families!

I am sure that you have heard by now that Governor Whitmer has closed K-12 schools for the remainder of the year. As a component of that, schools are tasked with providing distance learning opportunities for our students. The district technology survey, which was sent out earlier this week, was a component of our transition process to distance learning. Additionally, the administrative team has been working on our distance learning framework over the past week, and we are in the final stages of completing it. Once that is finished teachers will begin to add content for students to access.

Multiple components of our distance learning model will be addressed with future communications (internet connectivity, devices, etc.). Also, there are many questions that families are left with: What about Prom? Will there be a graduation ceremony? Please, know that these issues will all be addressed as our learning model rolls out.

I appreciate your understanding! Go Trojans!

Nick Steinmetz, Superintendent

Madison High School Hellos

Madison High School teachers checking in. #closerlook ⁦

Virtual Spirit Week Day 2!

District Technology Survey

Good Morning, Madison Families.

As the mandatory closure of schools continue, we are starting to recieve more guidance from the State on proper methods to deliver instruction to our students during this time. Please, take a moment to complete the technology survey below as we assess the best ways to reach all of our students.

If you do not have access to high speed internet and need it at this time for any essential task (college course work, unemployment application, etc.) please know that our guest wifi is open at the school and does not require a password at this time. The wifi signal reaches our parking areas in the front of the school and near the high school. If you do need internet access, please feel free to use while sitting in your car. All we ask is that you practice safe social distancing while doing so.

Thank you for your time in filling out the survey.

Go Trojans!

Nick Steinmetz, Superintendent As we gear up for likely remote educational offerings please take the time to complete this survey to let us know the type of access your family has at home. Thank you!

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