Madras Middle School, Home of the Eagles!
A Georgia Distinguished School
2011 GAMSP Effective Middle School Award Recipient
"Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day"
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- Medication: Parents must pick up all medication in the Madras Clinic by May 24th. All medication remaining after the 24th will be destroyed.
- Report Card Envelopes: Please send in a legal sized, self-addressed stamped envelope to your child's homeroom teacher so that final report cards can be mailed home.
- Library Fines: All books are due to the media center, and fines should be paid by May 24th.
- Lunch Balances: No charges are permitted in May. All negative lunch balances should be paid in full by Friday, May 24th. If you have questions about your child's lunch account, please contact cafeteria manager, Frances Singleton at email@example.com.
- Summer School: Summer School will be held June 3-28 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. daily at the Central Educational Center. Registration for Madras students is May 29th from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Northgate High School in the main cafeteria. Tuition is $200.00, and transportation must be provided by the parent/guardian. Download the packet and additional information here.
Information for Upcoming Sixth Grade Parents and Students
Sixth Grade Orientation for upcoming sixth graders and their parents was held Tuesday, March 19th, but if you missed it, you can access the handouts below. Please contact sixth grade counselor, Kim Pelletier or a Madras administrator if you have questions about your child's transition to Madras Middle School next year. Homeroom assignments will be mailed to parents the last week of July, and Open House will be held in August before the first day of school. Please check back this summer for Open House date.
Madras Eagles Participate in First STEM Symposium
The Coweta County School System recently hosted the first STEM Symposium at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts. The Centre was open for anyone in the community to see the work Coweta County students have done in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math. Afterwards guests heard from a representative from Congressman Lynn Westmoreland's office along with a high school Science Fair winner and advanced STEM interns who've been working with the district's local STEM related industries. Madras's award winning Science Fair students and Math Counts team along with members of the Young Astronauts Club presented their work and spoke with community guests and visitors. We're proud of our students' work and the efforts of our teachers to equip students with the 21st Century Skills
necessary to compete in the future workplace.