Snow and road conditions necessitated closing school for classes, however, the administrative team communicated with parents again yesterday to see if it was still an option to hold the Let’s Get Acquainted Dinner. The response was positive so at 6:30 pm parents and prospective students joined the Madison Academy staff in a meal catered by Olive Garden. Kris Fuentes, the principal, shared with everyone the core values at Madison, its curriculum and activities that make Madison Academy a safe place for teens to learn and grow. Dan Johnson, Business Manager/VP shared the cost of education. There are work opportunities for students at the Linen Service in addition to campus jobs such as janitorial, maintenance and working with a teacher as a reader. At the end of the evening staff members were available to answer any questions of parents or prospective students.
Twenty students at Madison Academy participated in the 67th annual American Mathematics Contest 12 and the 16th annual American Mathematics Contest 10. The contests were held on Tuesday, February 2, 2016. The students competed for local, regional and national student and school awards. The contest, which covers high school mathematics, is given in participating schools. Its purpose is to spur interest in mathematics and develop talent through the excitement of friendly competition at problem solving in a timed format. In 2014, over 220,000 students from 4,200 schools participated in the AMC 10 & AMC 12 contests. This year the winners are based on unofficial results as announced by Mr. Wayne Mosher for the 9th-10th grade test: 1st-Donovan Allen, 2nd-Abigail Anderson, 3rd-Cody Tishaw. For the 11th-12th grade test: 1st-Mike Downs and Antonio Ramon, 2nd-Christina Mercado and 3rd-Avery Kroll and Tyler Bell.
The web pages listed below were created by the junior class for their American literature unit on the American Transcendental movement. They were asked to create pages explaining the main concepts of transcendentalism, as well as showcasing the major transcendentalist authors and their works. Though transcendentalism is a philosophy, not a religion, the class discussed the similarities and differences in the ideals of transcendentalism and the ideals of Christianity.
The ninth grade class worked on creating Haikus from “Waves at Matsushima” by Sotatsu. Here is their work.
The National Honor Society is sponsoring a chess tournament for students and staff. Participants will compete in a round robin format to determine ranking then play an elimination finale. The cost to play is $5 for students and $10 for staff.
Our faculty would like to celebrate the hard work and achievement of the students whose study habits and determination earned them a spot on the Honor Roll (GPA or 3.5-3.749) and Principal’s List (GPA of 3.75 and above). A special ceremony will be held on Monday, January 25 at 7 PM in the Chapel. Congratulations students!!!
|3.50 – 3.749 Honor Roll||3.75 – 4.00 Principal’s List|
|Samantha Canas||Bradley Schultz||Donovan Allen||Jacob Johnson|
|Osy Garcia||Symone Stewart||Abigail Anderson||Grant Kennedy|
|Nathan Johnson||Andrew Ware||Camden Armstrong||Kayla Kimbley|
|Brianna Moore||Jackson Webb||Marlana Bell||Avery Kroll|
|Shenelty Ortiz||Jack Wheeler||Rosie Benoit||Kristen Levinskas|
|Ian Peterson||Jordan R. Brown||Parker Luellen|
|Brianna Burks||Christina Mercado|
|Corrina Burks||Julianne Plank|
|Andrew Burnham||Beau Rodriguez|
|Morgan Currie||Ben Shepherd|
|Mike Downs||Kiara Sierra|
|Holly Hardin||Cody Tishaw|
|Rachel Hudgens||Brianna Underwood|
The annual North American Division (NAD) college fair came to Madison Academy. For the first time, all students participated in their future by spending time talking with college and university representatives about careers, majors, college life, etc. Seniors and Juniors are narrowing and finalizing choices about life after high school while the Freshmen and Sophomores are weighing options and evaluating colleges.
Five juniors from Madison Academy and hundreds of other students from across Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama participated in the Tennessee Titans Learning Lab. Participants were given a behind the scene look at the business side of the Titans organization that included presentations in marketing, cheer-leading, administration, media relations, community relations, team travel, equipment management, turf management and mascots.
Our students left school at 9AM and traveled to Nissan Stadium. They watched a welcome message on the video board then in groups of around 80 students started learning from the professionals. Each student also received a t-shirt and tickets to the final Titans home game against the Texans on December 27th.