My son moved from a much larger school district where he was one of 450 children. Essentialy he was just a number. In Madisin he is one of 200 students in his grade. The teachers take personal interest in his success and growth (academically and emotionally). Involvement in my son'd succcess extends to administrative staff. They get involved in the childrens daily activity and don't just push paper around. The Madison school system is a reminder of what a public school can be when the teachers and staff work together for the children's best interest.
Madison Junior Middle School is a public middle school in Madison. The principal of Madison Junior Middle School is Ms Nicole Sherrin, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 546 students attend Madison Junior Middle School and identify mostly as Asian/Pacific Islander; White, non-Hispanic; and Asian. 0.5% of the Madison Junior Middle School students have "limited English proficiency." 5% of the 546 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Madison Junior Middle School is 10:1. Chatham Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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Madison Jr School is the BEST. My second child will be graduating 8th grade this year and he and my older had such a great experience. The teachers are wonderful and the principal runs a tight ship. I could not ask for a better school as far as education and a genuine caring attitude of all the staff.
I have 2 children one requiring special services and one who does not. The MJS is great for the student who doesn't need special services but falls extremely short for the student who needs the extra help. I feel the teachers are choose to enforce rules like no gum chewing or the dress code that they either don't have time or would rather not make sure the child writes his/her homework down. In addition the teachers rarely fulfill the IEP requirements.
Since you have no reviews about this school in a long time I suggest you check into this school. New Principal has turned the school around and this school has become the 'jewel of the district' - character education peer leadership academic rigour numerous extra curricular activities!