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Congratulations to our School Related Employees of the Year for 2022-23!

Sandra Fletcher - District Office

Montrell Hawkins - Transportation

Lisa Daniels - Madison County Central School

Roshannon Powell - Greenville Elementary School

Brittany Greeson - Pinetta Elementary School

Evelyn Chancy - Madison County High School

Freddie Williams - Lee Elementary School

Kayla Kinsey - Madison Creative Arts Academy

Morgan Scurry - James Madison Preparatory High School

Manny Cividanes - Waypoint Charter Academy

Due to Tropical Storm Nicole, school is CANCELED for all students tomorrow November 10, 2022. District employees should still report to work.


October 3, 2022


Friday, October 7, 2022

7:30 p.m.

Boot Hill

Let's Go Cowboys!

Student Safety Information-Hurricane Ian

Dear Parents, Students, and Community Members,

  Below are decisions which have been made regarding Hurricane Ian:

  • Schools will remain open on Thursday, September 29, 2022.
  • All afterschool activities are cancelled for Thursday (9/29) and Friday (9/30) - Academic & Athletic.
  • District Schools are cancelled for ALL for Friday (9/30). There should be no activities on campuses.
  • MCHS Homecoming activities are postponed until next week. The homecoming game and parade will be Friday, October 7, 2022.
  • Friday, October 7th will be a Student day off.  Staff will be expected to work.

Please monitor your district and school communications, as well as Facebook, for any further development.  Student and employee safety are our number one priority. Please take timein the days before the storm's arrival to make sure that your hurricane plans are in place and that you have the needed supplies to weather the storm.

Stay Safe.............


Parents, community members are invited to join the Greenville Elementary School Community Assessment Team. The team will collaborate and discuss strategies listedin the school's turnaround plan to improve student achievement.

September 8, 2022 - 5:30 p.m.


August 26, 2022

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Madison County Cowboy football game scheduled for Friday, August 26, 2022 has been cancelled.  It will be rescheduled.  The game has been rescheduled for Saturday, August 27, 2022 at 1:30 in Tampa.

BUS 1: Orange
7:15 A.M. Greenville Elementary School
7:20 A.M. Haffye Hayes Park
7:40 A.M. Cherry Lake General Store
8:00 A.M. Pinetta Elementary School
8:20 A.M. Winn Dixie
8:30 A.M. North Florida College

Bus will depart North Florida College at 3:30 P.M.
3:40 P.M. Winn Dixie
4:00 P.M. Pinetta Elementary School
4:20 P.M. Cherry Lake General Store
4:40 P.M. Haffye Hayes Park
4:45 P.M. Greenville Elementary School

BUS 2: Green
7:35 A.M. Lee Elementary School
7:50 A.M. Champion Fitness
8:00 A.M. Bob and Jim’s
8:10 A.M. Fast Track on the corner of 53
“Brush Away”
8:15 A.M. C&E
8:20 A.M. Sumatra & Pickney Street
8:30 A.M. North Florida College

Bus will depart North Florida College at 3:30 P.M.
3:35 P.M. Sumatra & Pickney Street
3:40 P.M. C&E
3:45 P.M. Fast Track on the corner of 53
“Brush Away”
3:55 P.M. Bob and Jim’s
4:05 P.M. Champion Fitness
4:20 P.M. Lee Elementary School

This is a survey about the Madison County School District (MCSD) Code of Student Conduct (Code).  The Code is reviewed with all students at the beginning of the school year and then periodically during the school year. This survey will assist MCSD and the School Board in understanding the community’s knowledge and perception of the Code. Click here to take the survey.

Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried and the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) are announcing the launch of the third annual Florida Agriculture History & Creativity Award Essay Contest. The 500-word essay contest, originally established by Commissioner Fried in 2019, encourages Florida students in grades 4-12 to learn about hemp and the diverse commodities that can be made from it in an effort to create a more sustainable future for our state.

“Following the inception of the state’s hemp program in 2020, this newest Florida commodity has been leading the way in creating safe and sustainable products, furthering Florida’s rich agricultural history and the state’s second largest economic driver,” said Commissioner Fried. “Hemp has the potential for over 25,000 uses including textiles, biocomposite building materials, biodegradable packaging products, and food and medicinal products. We’re excited to see what innovative products Florida’s young minds will add to this list next, as we continue to keep Florida growing sustainably.”

The Florida Agriculture History Award essay contest will be open to all 4th through 12th graders enrolled in a Florida public or private school through May 20, 2022. Nine winners will receive a $1,000 Florida Prepaid 529 Scholarship, courtesy of Fresh From Florida, and be recognized at a Florida Cabinet meeting to be held at the Capitol Building in Tallahassee later this year. This contest is sponsored by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) and the Florida Prepaid College Board (FPCB). Students can learn more, find official contest rules, and enter by visiting