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The Madison Educational Foundation has awarded five “Innovative Educational” grants to Madison Central School teachers. Full Story
Madison High School Class of 1961 is planning their 50th Class Reunion in September of 2011. If you’d like to attend or know of graduate that would, please contact Mary (Arneson) Whealy at email@example.com or 402-371-6717.
“Innovative Educator” Grant Provides MHS Chemistry Students Opportunity to Perform Demonstrations Full Story
Madison Central Educational Foundation Creates Class Challenge Full Story
Madison Central School Educational Foundation Awards Innovative Education Grants Full Story
Campbell Family Establishes Endowment Full Story
2008 Step- Up Scholarship Recipients Full Story
2009 Madison High School graduate Laura Niedert has been selected to receive a $3,000 George L. Scully Scholarship. Full Story
Madison Central Educational Foundation Awards Wireless Reading Device to MHS Library. Full Story
The Madison Central Educational Foundation has awarded its first ‘Innovative Educational Grant’ to Madison Central Middle School teacher Mat Nelson. Full Story
Our Mission is to facilitate private and corporate support for our school. The Foundation is organized to promote, enhance, and enable educational opportunities and school improvement activities in the Madison Central School District.
An investment in education is an investment in the future. That is why the Madison Central School Educational Foundation was established in 1995. A group of alumni and friends who believed in the Madison Schools and wanted to support the future of our students are helping to build to create an organization which encourages and rewards innovation in the classroom, and to provide educational opportunities for students and staff beyond what is provided for within the school budget.
The Foundation is governed by a volunteer board of directors that represent parents, alumni, community and business leaders who seek funds and set policies according to the by-laws. The foundation is a separate legal entity from the Madison School District, but cooperates with the district to enhance and enrich education. The MCS Education Foundation has a separate scholarship fund and is building a designated endowment fund for innovative educational grants. Our board of directors determines the distribution of the fund's earnings.
The Madison Central School Educational Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax-exempt organization. Tax-deductible contributions to the foundation ensure support of the students and staff of the Madison School District today and tomorrow. Contribution options include planned giving, matched giving, annual fund campaigns, in-kind contributions and volunteering.