July Newsletter - Madison School District
MADISON SCHOOL DISTRICT NEWSLETTER
Developing individual excellence through rigorous academics, innovative technology and personal attention
From the Superintendent’s Desk:
I have been asked numerous times throughout the past few years if the District is able to provide, to families, an alternative payment method other than cash and checks. We were able to
pilot an online payment option last years for a few specific activities with great success. Parents and faculty found the option to pay online convenient and very user friendly.
Madison School District is excited to offer MySchoolBucks® School Store for many activities that require fees for the upcoming 2016-17 school year! This online payment service
provides an easy way to pay for items such as locker and book deposits, field trips, event tickets, MYAC athletic registrations, yearbooks, Fifth Grade Camp, and 8th Grade Trip fees
using your credit/debit card or electronic check. In fact, beginning July 1, parents will be able to
pay for next fall’s locker and book deposits. Summer School registration is also now available
for online payment. Finally, parents can continue to pay for 8th grade trip installments and purchase candy bars to sell.
Convenience - Available 24/7 on the web.
Efficiency - Make purchases for all your students, even if they attend different schools
within the district. Eliminate the need for your students to take money to school.
Flexibility - Make payments using credit/debit cards and electronic checks.
Security – MySchoolBucks adheres to the highest security standards, including PCI and
Enrollment is easy!
Go to www.MySchoolBucks.com and register for a free account.
Add your students using their school name and date of birth or student ID.
3. Make purchases with your credit/debit card or electronic check. (No Fees!)
If you have any questions, contact MySchoolBucks directly:
Visit myschoolbucks.com and click Help
Or contact Jill Myers at Madison’s Central Office at 517-265-1840 or [email protected]
Wednesday, July 6
7:30 p.m. | Board Room
Saturday, July 9
MYAC Basketball Camp
9:00 a.m. | Elementary Gym
Friday, July 15
Grades 2,4, 5 Schools of
Choice Application Closes
Monday, July 18
Board of Education Meeting
6:00 p.m. I Board Room
Monday, August 1
BSY First Day of School
Saturday, August 6
Tee Off For Trojans
Tuesday, September 6
TSY First Day of School
Download the full 2015-16
District Calendar at:
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Student Records Information
Have you changed your phone number or e-mail address? Have you moved?
Please notify the Central Office of any of the following changes:
• If you are moving outside the district and will not be returning to Madison in the fall; you will need
to complete a Withdrawal Form.
• If you are moving outside the district, but wish to stay in Madison Schools; you will need to
complete a Schools of Choice Application.
• If your email address or phone number changes, please contact the Central Office at 517-263-0741 as soon as
possible. We want to be sure you continue to receive school information.
YMCA Splash & Dash
The YMCA of Lenawee County is hosting a fun day of activities on Saturday, July 9 at Riverside Park and
Bohn Pool. For ages 7-14, there is a triathlon and duathlon. For ages 3-6 there is a fun run.
More information on the events and registration can be found at this link:
Madison Alumni Association
The Madison Alumni Association is seeking graduates of Madison High School. If you are an alumni, please send
your full name (including maiden name), graduation year, address, phone number, and email address to
[email protected] to be added to our mailing list. Please share this information with members of your class.
GSRP Preschool Provides Learning Opportunities for Youngest Students
Madison’s Great Start Readiness preschool program is now accepting new students. Children who are turning
four years old, but who are less than five years old by September 1 are eligible. Children must reside in Lenawee
County and meet state criteria for enrollment.
Please visit lenaweefreepreschools.org to submit the interest form.
The GSRP office will then send you an application through the mail.
Complete and send the application in the self-addressed envelope provided by GSRP, or deliver it to the GSRP
Office at the Porter Center. (2946 Sutton Road, Adrian, MI 49221).
Someone from the GSRP Office will contact you concerning your eligibility.
Please note that children are not placed into the Preschool program on a “first come first serve basis,” but are
prioritized by the family’s income and number of other risk factors.
For more information, contact Christie Cadmus at 517-265-1656 or Lisa Segur at 517-263-0744 ext. 501.
Congratulations to the Class of 2016!
For the first time at Madison, our graduating seniors took one final trip around the halls, only
this time they were accompanied by our kindergarten graduates!
Alexandra Elisabeth Daly
Trent Richard Johnston
Anthony Lloyd Diguisto-Ayling
David Wesley Jones
Celia R. Sauceda
John Carl Ambrose
Taylor Cheyenne Jones
Allisyn Jean Schneider
Colin Michael Anschuetz
Cassidy Lynn Edmonson
Austin A. Kardatzke
Chantasia Rae Sheldon
Ariana Lucia Aranda
Jarod James Evans
Katelyn L. Kirkendall
Andrew Joseph C. Sloop
Cara Jade Arnold
Rachel Elizabeth Marie Fogarty
Dayton Johnthan Klama
Lauren Rebecca Smith
Jamie Marie Bird
Austin Jay Forsyth
Lydiah Elaine Steiner
Shana Lynn Bishop
Hannah Ashleigh Garrison
Ashley Nichole Sullivan
Bayli Sean Borton
Chloe Rae Griesinger
Justice Lynn Manchester
Kaileah Chantel Sweet
Alexis Belle Brant
Connor James Hall
Daniel Lee McCowan
Kyle Thomas Swinehart
Hunter James Brewer
Christopher J. Hamann
Donovan Allen McCowan
Kaitlyn Ashley Taylor
Taylor McKenzie Brown
Kali Nikhol Harrington
Allyson Rae McNicol
Katlyn Christina Teague
Michael A. Burciaga
Kaitlin Hope Maria Hayes
Ethan Shadric Metzner
Alexis Grace Thacker
Taylor Marie Hess
Marlayna Nicole Minnick
Maxwell Lee Trumbull
Brady E. Butler
Laura Leticia Mora
Alexis Marie Urbina
Tatyana Kiara Byrd
Brooke Renee Hooker
Marianna Louisa Morin
Garrett Wiles VanSickle
Veronica B. Caballero
Jessica Lynn Hoopes
Katelyn Renee Payne
Sarah Christine Hopper
Tyler J. Prewo-Fox
BreAnne Lee Camacho
Zachary R. Hopper
Ivan Gunner Rainey
Merina Lynn Waltz
Taylor M. Cartmell
Landon L. Howell
Elena Annette Ramirez
Leah Ann Ward
Jamie Nicole Casanova
Kendall L. Hudson
Elena Angelina Ramirez-Gorsk
Andrew James Warwick
Jackie Lynn Castillo
Kaylee Nicole Hunt
Brock Allan Renner
Colby William Weitenhagen
Hannah Janeé Irwin
Brennan John-Paul Roulo
Andrew Oliver Wellman
Hannah Elizabeth Cheng
Bailey Marie Jeffers
Nathan James Ruhl
Tyler A. Zehner-Rosas
Jordy Ivan Coronado
Connor Scott Jessee
James L. Rutherford
Jerome D. Allen
Fall High School Musical Auditions
ALL High School Students are encouraged to try out for the production of “Footloose.”
Footloose Audition Dates: Students may come to EITHER DAY, not both
Tuesday, September 13th
Thursday, September 15th
Rehearsals will begin the week of September 19th.
Performances are November 11-13th.
Notice For Parents of Incoming 7th Grade Students
Your child is entering 7th grade in the fall! How exciting for them! You may know that the State of Michigan requires certain immunizations
before students can enter 7th grade.
For those of you that are interested, the phone number to the Health Department is 264-5226 to set up an appointment there.
New last year, if you prefer not to get your child immunized, you need to contact the Health Department. Schools are no longer allowed to
give out waiver forms. You would use the same phone number as above to schedule your waiver appointments.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me by email at [email protected] or by phone at 265-1843. I will be out of
the office for the summer but I will check messages occasionally throughout the summer. You are also free to call the Health Department
with questions, which may get you a quicker response.
Please try to get the immunizations as soon as you can and avoid the late summer rush! I would also like to include that they will need to
be up to date in order to start school in the fall.
Madison School District
Quiz Bowl Teams To Compete at Lenawee County Fair Finals
On Monday, July 25th, the Madison Quiz Bowl teams will compete against other Lenawee County Schools at the
nawee County Fairgrounds Bandshell
6th grade: 5:00 p.m.
7th grade: 5:30 p.m.
High School: 6:00 p.m.
Games may not begin at their scheduled times. Please have your students ready 15 minutes before the scheduled
Middle & High School Dress Code Reminders
Before you head to the stores to begin your back to school shopping, please take a moment to review the Dress
Code policies in place in the Middle and High Schools.
Students should dress for success. If students are to have an appropriate environment in which to learn and
if parents and visitors are to have a favorable impression of our school, it is important that our students and staff
dress in a manner that indicates their respect for one another and their appreciation that school is a place for work.
The school Principal or Designee will be the final judge about whether a student’s clothing is appropriate for school.
Students shall not wear distracting and/or inappropriate clothing, such as shirts with inappropriate wording, logos
in bad taste, clothing that represents gang affiliation, or clothing that is a threat to a student’s health and safety,
etc. Any items determined to be gang related will be confiscated and will not be returned.
Students shall not wear slippers, hoods, bandannas, hats, gloves, and/or sunglasses at school. This is enforced
both in class and in the hallways.
Students shall not wear shirts and blouses that expose the midriff, and/or have a low neckline that exposes
cleavage. All garments must be long enough to clearly overlap the beltline or stay tucked in.
Male students must wear shirts that have sleeves. Sleeveless shirts for females are permitted, if the top of the
shoulder and all undergarments are covered. Shirts should be buttoned up front in a normal manner.
Shorts must be in good taste and not shorter than either the end of one’s fingertips (fingertip length) when the
arms are placed in a relaxed manner at one’s side or within six inches of the top of the kneecap. Bike shorts,
stretch spandex shorts, or thermal underwear are not permitted on or under clothing.
Skirts must be in good taste and within three inches of the top of the kneecap.
Leggings, jeggings, tights, and spandex-type bottoms (yoga pants, compression leggings, etc.) are not
permitted unless worn underneath: shorts (within six inches of the top of the kneecap), skirts or tops (within four
inches of the top of the kneecap) that comply with the dress code.
Pants must be worn at the waist (top of the hip bone). Pants that do not stay at the waist are considered
inappropriate attire. All undergarments must be covered.
Jeans, pants, or shorts with frays, holes, cuts, or slits above the knee are not permitted.
Undergarments /Sleepwear/Loungewear may not be visible and/or worn as outer garments.
Students shall not wear jackets during the school day (dress up attire excluded). A jacket is defined as any loosefitting top capable of concealing or obscuring objects. In addition, students shall not wear gloves during class.
(The classroom teacher when environmental conditions are extreme will exercise professional discretion.)
Students shall not wear chains of any sort, including but not limited to chains attached to wallets. Any chain
brought to school will be considered a dangerous weapon as previously defined.
Students shall not carry backpacks, purses, or gym bags to and from class except for physical education courses.
Students shall wear items of clothing as they are intended to be worn.
Students shall not write on their bodies. This creates a distraction to the learning environment and is not a healthy
Please review the Dress Code at a Glance reminder card on the website at:
www.madisonk12.us/handbooks/ for quick tips when selecting clothing for school.
If your child needs to take medication(s) at school a medication form
signed by parent and doctor is required. This form must be turned into
the office with the medication in the original container. Over the counter
medications, such as Tylenol and Motrin will also need a signed form.
The medication form can be found on the website at
www.madisonk12.us/nurses-office/ or in the building offices.
If you have any health concerns about your child, including any allergies or medical conditions that the school nurse
should be aware of, please contact us. Nurse Ellen will be at Madison from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. every day (when
school is in session). Please be sure to update your contact information and that of your emergency contacts. It is
important that we have current information if there is a health issue with your child.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact at Nurse Ellen at 263-0741 ext. 354, or
Plan Ahead for Fall Athletics
Summer is a great time to schedule your medical check-ups. Before you go, please download a 2016-17 physical
form, have it completed by your physician, and return it to the athletic department. All athletes will need a current
physical on file before beginning practice.
The 2016-17 Athletic Physical Form can be accessed on the website at: www.madisonk12.us/trojan-athletics/ or
you may pick one up in the Middle and High School Offices.
Contact Kris Isom, Athletic Director, at 517-263-0742 ext. 124 with any questions you may have.
Tee Off for Trojans Golf Outing Quickly Approaching
The Madison Facilities for Athletic Needs (F.A.N.) Committee will host the third annual
Tee Off for Trojans golf outing on Saturday, August 1, 2015 at Wolf Creek Golf Course.
Check-in and a continental breakfast begin at 7:00 a.m. and the tournament begins with
a shotgun start at 8:00 a.m.
Four-person teams are encouraged to register soon, as the event is
expected to fill quickly. Registration is $300 for 18 holes.
Individual and corporate sponsorships are also available.
Proceeds from Tee Off for Trojans support the district’s Indoor Athletic
Facility. Don’t miss your chance to hit the links and spend a fun
morning with members of the Madison Family.
Team registration forms are available on the website at:
Tee Off for Trojans
Or they are attached near the back of this newsletter.
Contact Taz Wallace at 517-263-0741 ext. 148 or at [email protected] to
register your team or
sponsor the event.
Boys and Girls Track Results
TCC Championship Meet
The boys have now won three straight conference
titles, after placing first with 147 points.
The girls made it 10 in a row after a 183 point first
Kaiya Wall broke the school record in the 100 hurdles with a time of 15.23.
MITCA State Championship Meet
The Trojan girls placed 2nd scoring 945.5 for their
third consecutive runner up finish.
The boys placed 4th for the second year in a row,
Varsity Baseball Claims Back-To-Back
For the second straight year, the baseball team won a district championship, just its third since 1974. The Trojans defeated Sand Creek
3-2 and then Manchester 6-2 to advance to regional play. Madison
defeated Whitmore Lake in the regional semifinal for its first win in
regional play since 1974. The team finished 21-16-1 on the season.
Isaac Solis, Gunner Rainey, and Aaron Dubbs were all voted to the
all-district team. Dubbs and Rainey were named to the All-TCC
team, with Solis getting honorable mention.
Rainey was selected to participate in the 35th annual East-West All
Star Game at Comerica Park on July 6. Rainey was also named
Second Team All-State for his efforts.
scoring 966 points.
For the girls, the 800 relay team made up of Megan
Rosales, Delaney Stersic, Sierra Hernandez and
Benedetta Vianello broke the school record in the
800 relay with a time of 1:47.13.
MHSAA State Track Meet
The girls track team placed 2nd at the MHSAA State
Track meet on Saturday with 54 points. Scoring and
earning All-State status for the Trojans were:
Corie Marion 5th Shot put
Kiarah Horn 5th Pole Vault
Kaiya Wall 1st 100 Hurdles (new school record
15.49) and 2nd High Jump
Megan Rosales 2nd 300 Hurdles
The 800 relay team of Megan Rosales, Delaney
Stersic, Sierra Hernandez and Benedetta Vianello
placed 1st with a school record time of 1:46.06
The 1600 relay team of Chelsea Short, Delaney
Stersic, Sierra Hernandez and Megan Rosales
placed 1st with a school record time of 4:01.51
The boys track team placed 5th at the MHSAA State
Track meet on Saturday with 22 points. Scoring and
earning All-State status for the Trojans were:
The 400 relay team of Donovan Slates, Jared Sloop,
Connor Mellon and Colby Weitenhagen placed 2nd
with a school record time of 43.47 and the same 4
boys placed 3 in the 800 relay with a school record time of 1:30.26.
The 1600 relay team of Jared Sloop, Connor Mellon,
Isiah Wyatt-Young and Colby Weitenhagen placed
2nd with a school record time of 3:26.40
Boys Golf Wins First District Title,
Places 7th at State Finals
The No. 8-ranked team in the state clinched its first ever district title
during the district golf meet at Rustic Glen Golf Course in Saline.
Leading the Trojans was Trent Johnston who finished first overall at
the meet. Darien Zeluff finished 3rd, Grady Morlock was 11th, Greg
Lamprecht-Carson was 18th and Hunter Brewer came in 24th.
The Boys finished the season 7th in the state after breaking the previous school record . Grady Morlock led Madison with a 14th place
finish, 2 strokes from top 10. Greg Lamprecht-Carson finished
35th and Darien Zeluff finished 46th.
Trent Johnston received Division III All-State Honorable Mention for
his efforts this season.
PLTW Summer Camp Team
Walker Claiborne. Tara Kurichh, Tiffany
Cole, Kayley Shadewald, Shayna Glase,
Anika Kurichh (center front), Arieanna
Smith, Reece Yeager, Isabell Young,
Grace Larson, Harley Russell
Exploring Science & Medicine at Camp BioINVENT
During the week of June 20th through 24th Madison students have been participating in BioINVENT camp. During camp, students performed daily labs, a fetal pig dissection and designed a surgical tool for competition at the Tech Center. Participants
competed with students from Clinton, Morenci, and Onsted school districts.
PLTW camp Explosion Biomedical Science award went to our very own Reece Yeager! With a steady hand and a sleek design
Reece was able to remove all 8 objects in 34 seconds without knocking down any dominos! Harley Russell received honorable
mention with her design as well.
The Kindergarten classes of Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Baur, Mrs. Cremeans, Mrs. Palpant, Mrs. Payne, and Mrs. Rahman were
celebrated during our two graduation ceremonies. Pictured below is Jacob Ingels with his teacher Mrs. Cremeans and Principal
Young 5’s Celebration of Learning
Our Young 5’s students had their Celebration of Learning on
June 8 and look forward to beginning kindergarten in the 2016-17
Middle School Awards Assembly
The sixth, seventh and eighth grade students were honored on June 3rd at their awards assembly. 8th grade student
Carly Mascia (right) was presented the Faculty Award by Mrs. Harsh. Pictured left: Back row L-R: Hannah Kendrick,
Hayley Julia, Elisa Jackson. Front row L-R: Walker Claiborne, Gavin Cornett, Alexia Crispin.
Cedar Point Merit Trips
Students who earned it enjoyed their trips to Cedar Point last month. Pictured below are some of the middle school students
who went on the trips.
High School Awards Assembly
Students in grades 9-11 were honored for their accomplishments during this past school year during their awards assembly
that was held on June 2nd.
Mr. Pape’s Class Has Fun With
Students in Mr. Pape's chemistry class got a liquid nitrogen
demonstration. They froze antifreeze, made dip-n-dots, and even
ate frozen crackers that made them steam out of their noses!
Madison High School Third Trimester Honor Roll
Congratulations to the following Madison High School students for being named to the honor roll for the third
trimester of the 2015-2016 school year.
The following students have earned all A's this marking period:
9th Grade -- Jenna Ash, Theadora Baker-Wallerstein, Keynia Breeding, Tyson Fetter, Thai Johnson, Taylor Jordan, Jennifer
Mauss, Mir Rakib, Michael Round, Max Sellers, Autumn Tindall, McKenna Young
10th Grade – Emilee Blaker, Evelyn Dewey, Reese Dillard, Emma Freshcorn, Kiarah Horn, Elizabeth Iliev, Lindsey Morris, Andrew Thacker, Hayden VanValkenburg
11th Grade – Jose Casanova, Callie Halsey, Morgan Hill, Zachery Kangas, Leigha Lobkovich, Connor Mellon, Nicole Olden,
Keeley Pape, Hailey Perez, Soneida Rodriguez, Delaney Stersic, Isiah Wyatt-Young
12th Grade – John Ambrose, Colin Anschuetz, Alexis Brant, Taylor Brown, Kendall Hudson, Connor Jessee, Taylor Jones, Marianna Morin, Katelyn Payne, Elena Ramirez, Elena Ramirez-Gorski, Katlyn Teague, Chanya Varunyanichayakool, Benedetta
V.I.P. Honor Roll (All A's and B's):
9th Grade: Jose Amaro, Jenna Ash, Teddy Baker-Wallerstein, Shakaur Benson, Max Brant, Keynia Breeding, Kaya Camacho,
Anthony Contreras, Chloe Cowen, Samuel Daly, Charity DeAngelis, Ariana Fernandez, Tyson Fetter, Katie Hamann, Courtney
Harris, Molly Hayes, Alyssa Henry, Alexander Hopper, Thai Johnson, Taylor Jordan, Tara Kurichh, Erica Lynn, Jennifer Mauss,
Keegan Miller, Lilia Nichols, Haley Perry, Trey Raburn, Al Rakib, Jazlyn Ramirez, Marisa Ramos, Michael Round, Max Sellers,
Chelsea Short, Brooke Strong, Aleesha Summers, Kaitlin Svoboda, Sara Swanson, Melissa Tanner, Laura Teunion-Smith, Autumn Tindall, Esai Villalobos, Kayle Villalobos, Analysia Villalovos, Kaiya Wall, Robert Warwick, Abigail Watters, Anne Wong,
10th Grade: Nick Adams, Carter Baker-Wallerstein, Samantha Birdwell, Emilee Blaker, Haylie Blohm, Kayla Bozyk, Evelyn
Dewey, Reese Dillard, Aaron Dubbs, Emma Freshcorn, Monica Graham, Noel Hall, Sierra Hernandez, Kiarah Horn, Nathan Howard, Elizabeth Iliev, Rachel Isom, Haley Kozumplik, Della Krueger, Greg Lamprecht-Carson, Matthew Lee, Rebecca McTaggart,
Lindsey Morris, Austin Nichols, Isaac Pina, Mahala Raleigh, Brienna Scott, Andrew Thacker, Hayden VanValkenburg, Madison
11th Grade: Courtney Benschoter, Amia Benson, Alexa Blohm, Trevor Burk, Autumn Bussing, Jose Casanova, Jordan
Cutler, Anthony Delrosario, Kaitlyn Gallant, Alex Garcia, Callie Halsey, Sarah Hamilton, Jonathan Hernandez, Morgan Hill,
Hunter Huber, Benjamin Kangas, Zachery Kangas, Abigail Kaster, Alexandra Lamprecht-Carson, Leigha Lobkovich, Soledad
Marquez, Randy McTaggart, Connor Mellon, Anthony Moore, Nicole Olden, Mason Palpant, Keeley Pape, Hailey Perez, Kaleb
Rivera, Soneida Rodriguez, Megan Rosales, Jared Sloop, Ysabela Soto, Delaney Stersic, Isiah Wyatt-Young, Darien Zeluff
12th Grade: JD Allen, John Ambrose, Colin Anschuetz, Ariana Aranda, Jamie Bird, Alexis Brant, Hunter Brewer, Taylor
Brown, Clarence Burger, Nallely Cabrera, Taylor Cartmell, Jackie Castillo, Kevin Caudle, Hannah Cheng, Cassidy Edmonson,
Rachel Fogarty, Hannah Garrison, Chloe Griesinger, Connor Hall, Katie Hayes, Brooke Hooker, Kendall Hudson, Connor Jessee,
Taylor Jones, Katelyn Kirkendall, Dayton Klama, Philip Lamprecht-Carson, Justice Manchester, Allyson McNicol, Marlayna Minnick, Laura Mora, Marianna Morin. Katelyn Payne, Gunner Rainey, Elena Ramirez, Elena Ramirez-Gorski, Allisyn Schneider,
Lydiah Steiner, Ashley Sullivan, Kaileah Sweet, Kyle Swinehart, Katlyn Teague, Alexis Thacker, Alexis Urbina, Chanya Varunyanichayakool, Benedetta Vianello, Merina Waltz, Andrew Warwick
9th Grade: Jacob Cleveland, Jason Coronado, Ashleigh Courington, Rylee
Echelbarger, Jersi Garza, Chaylin Sullins, Brock Underwood, Kayla Wohlgamuth
10th Grade: Michael Coronado, Jordan Dahms, Kaitlyn Gray, Cheyenne Halsey, Justin Nowak, Kia Rainey, Jacob Swanson
11th Grade: Breeanna Collins, Victor Coronado, Joshua Counts, Avery Dewey, Kate
Flynn, Dylan Houghteling, Frank Najera, Rane Newcomb, Christopher Pharion, KaeLeigh
Rivera, Samantha Sortor, Rogelio Zamora
12th Grade: Cara Arnold, Michael Burciaga, BreAnne Camacho, Jordy Coronado,
Alexandra Daly, Ernesto Dominguez, Kali Harrington, Kaylee Hunt, Bailey Jeffers, Trent
Johnston, Lauren Smith, Max Trumbull, Colby Weitenhagen
Madison Middle School Third Trimester Honor Roll
The following students have earned Honor Roll status at Madison Middle School for the third trimester of the 20152016 school year. Each should be proud of his/her accomplishments!
The following students have (*) earned all A's this marking period:
6th Grade: Anessa Cantu, Walker Claiborne, Matson Garza, Makenna Horn, Hannah Kendrick, Caleigh Kosarue, Olivia
LaRatta, Michael Martinez, Julia Mohr, Timothy Murray, Alex Murry, Mallory Palpant, Haylee Patterson, Harley Russell, Cody
Seegert, Tyler Vernatt, Lillian Wager
7th Grade: Adrian Alvarez, Carly Anschuetz, Leahna Black, Alison Creamer, Brook Fetter, Paulina Graham, Hailey
Griesinger, Hunter Johnson, Riley Jordan, Nethanel Leupold, Abigail Morris, Maxwell Palpant, Callie Sower, Kyleigh Tompkins,
Elizabeth Ward, Christopher Warwick
8th Grade: Rachel Cheng, Tiffany Cole, Dante Collins, Elijah Daniels, Abbey Dusseau-Garno, Shayna Glase, Skyler Lamley,
Grace Larson, McKenzie Liberi, Jennedy Murray, Kegan Newcomb, Alyssa Sayers, Arieanna Smith, Isabell Young
V.I.P. Honor Roll (All A’s and B’s)
6th Grade: Ethan Adamski, Brayr Borton, Zachary Brooks, Anessa Cantu, Dante Cerasoulo, Walker Claiborne, Alexia
Crispin, Austin Daniels, Diego Dumire, Dezirae Elliott, Elisabeth Forsyth, Matson Garza, Ben Goodlock, Grace Gray, Jaydon
Harvey, Zachary Higgins, Brylee Hogan, Makenna Horn, Elisa Jackson, Hannah Kendrick, Caleigh Kosarue, Olivia LaRatta, Riley Letson, Michael Martinez, Madyson McDonald, Aidan Metzner, Julia Mohr, Zoey Mosher, Andrew Mullins, Timothy Murray,
Alex Murry, John Neal,Mallory Palpant, Haylee Patterson, Jacob Patterson, Kaitlyn Proudfoot, Cora Ramus, Harley Russell, Cody Seegert, Noah Tarsha, Jaci Taylor, Tyler Vernatt, Keegan Villerot, Lillian Wager, Alexis Wagner, Abby Weber
7th Grade: Adrian Alvarez, Carly Anschuetz, Jordan Benson, Leahna Black, Peyton Broadway, Anthony Burger, Alexa
Cabrera, Alison Creamer, Abigail Feltman, Brook Fetter, Makenzie Francoeur, Paulina Graham, Haily Griesinger, Haley Haynes,
Ashley Hernandez-Munoz, Tyler Houghteling, Hunter Johnson, Riley Jordan, John Kerns, Nethanel Leupold, Emma Linger, Garret McDonald, Abigail Morris, Maxwell Palpant, Liliana Perez, Chloe Raleigh, Callie Sower, Jonathan Swanson, India Tindall,
Kyleigh Tompkins, Emma Waite, Elizabeth Ward, Christopher Warwick, Zachary Wiendl, Vincent Williams
8h Grade: Bret Borton, Trinity Bowen, Tamarys Bunts, Rachel Cheng, Tiffany Cole, Dante Collins, Logan Cortez, Elijah
Daniels, Abbey Dusseau-Garno, Vanessa Flores, Jacob Foster, Korie Fowler, Shayna Glase, Bradyn Hinman, Skyler Lamley,
Grace Larson, McKenzie Liberi, Hannah Lobkovich, Katlyn Marr, Tyler Moyer, Kennedy Murray, Kegan Newcomb, Brianna Osborne, Lauren Perez, Giovanna Pina., Breyanna Rivera, Kasidee Rodlund, Sofia Rodriguez, Jacob Rumsey, Alyssa Sayers,
Brady Schadewald, Lauren Sellers, Arieanna Smith, Allison Wilt, Reece Yeager, Isabell Young
6th Grade – Inessa Aranda, Zoe Burciaga, Isiah Casarez-Ruiz, Gavin Cornett, Amber Gonzales, Maya Hayes, Skylar Helf, Tyler
Irwin, Hayley Jula, Christopher Lamprecht-Carson, Angel Lindsey, Noelle Paulette, James Ramirez-Gorski, Elisha Ruiz, Bradie
7th Grade – Brittney Brown, Brayden Hernandez, Audrey Kably, Anika Kurichh, Alyssa Rohlan, Ivan Silva, Demetrio Soto, Riley
Tarsha, Chris Wager
8th Grade- Larisa Dowhuniuk, Chelsea Haynes, Mykenzie Louden, Jazmyn Luce, Sarianna Rodriguez, Rhae Russell
Madison Elementary School Third Trimester Honor Roll
Fourth Grade V.I.P. Honor Roll All A’s
Melena Amador, Aubree Ash, Sarah Cheng, Delaney Dopp, Veronica Flores, Ashlyn Hill, Jillian Kendrick, Pender Liberi,
Nolan Matthews, Emily Murry, Aubree Pizana, Riley Short, Meah Slovak, Caylan Sower, Kelsey Wagner & Keenan Wilson.
Fourth Grade V.I.P. Honor Roll All A’s & B’s
Chance Adkins, Gabriel Aguilar-Keyte, Aurora Baker, Kristopher Barbour, Jeyna Byers, Katie Cross, Nathanael Decker,
Macy Dye, Camryn Fancher, Zariah Garnier, Mya Griesinger, Elliana Gutierrez, Robyn Haggard, Jayden Holly, Ashlin
Jackson, Seth Kably, Emma Kozumplik, Anderson Lance, Alexis Levernez, Sydney Lewis, Tara Lindsey, Emma McNicol,
Jason Mullins, Antonio Nichols, Elle Nowak, Kaydence Pearson, Jamairah Powers, Shayla Rivera, Ella Rojo, Jayden
Saad, Matthew Shipman, Kayleigh Stewart, Sierra Stull, Layla Taphouse, Arayah Tindall, Megan Turgeon, Faith Verlinde,
Sofia Villalovos, Zoie Watters, Breanna Wellman, Devin White Shelden, Gabrielle Whiteley & Alanna Willnow.
Fourth Grade Honor Roll:
Blake Bales, Avree Becker, Lacey Cook, Mateo Coulter, Jamari Davis, Rylynn Donelson, Wyatt Dusseau-Garno, Cortney
Gauna, Anahy Hernandez, Ethan Klama, Wyatt Kurutz, Donte Lester, Anna McGraw & Jiovanni Velez.
Fifth Grade V.I.P. Honor Roll All A’s
Tristin Beagle, Austin Burciaga, Mykola Dowhaniuk, Halle Horwath, Brady Lockwood, Israel Lopez, Lyla Moore, Kaylee
Paulette, Megan Waite & Jamari Williams
Fifth Grade V.I.P. Honor Roll All A’s & B’s):
Michael Benson, Zoey Blanchard, Cameron Bozyk, Nyjaiha Brighton, Tyler Bringman, Emily Carbajal-Fuentes, Rylee
Cox, Katie DeLine, Keegan Edmonson, Olivia Foster, Justin Fox, Michael Fox, Henry Frederick, Kalee Gilson, Raevyn
Gorny, Carter Grof, Sierra Hurtuk, Alissa Kardatzke, Kayleigh Karr, Hannah Leupold, Logan Leverenz, Logan Loudermilk,
Lydia Onsted, Zachary Rasnick, Dominic Regalado, Jimmy Rodriguez, Jasolyn Rutkowski, Hailee Schlieger, Jaxon Stucker, Noah Terrien & Danielle Vallejo.
Fifth Grade Honor Roll:
Kristiana Aranda, Ariel Craig, Alexxis Douglas, Josh Herevia, Jaden Lubinski, Ethan Lynn, Isaiah Medina, Natalie Moreno, Harry Morlock, Carter Reuter, Roman Roberts, Leah Ruble, Milena Ruble, Mary Swanson, Nicholas Young & Thomas
ANNUAL TEE OFF FOR TROJANS
Presented by: Madison Facilities for Athletic Needs (F.A.N.) Committee
$300 per team
Participants receive continental breakfast and lunch.
(4 per team, $5.00 each)
6363 Burton Road, Adrian, Ml
1 :30 p.m.
Lunch and Awards
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It is estimated that over
1,200 students, from ages 8
-18, will benefit from having
access to this space. The
building hosts practices and
training for baseball, com
petitive cheer, football, golf,
softball, wrestling, MYAC
athletics, and educational
activities. We thank you for
your continued support of
4'x2' banner at breakfast stand
Wolf Creek Golf Course
The 11,000 square foot
Indoor Athletic Facility fea
tures a multi-purpose area
complete with artificial turf,
batting cages, weight room,
restrooms, and wrestling
Registration & Continental Breakfast
Recognition as Madison F.A.N Sponsor
Indoor Athletic Facility
Saturday, August 6 th
Proceeds Support the Madison
'When community members join together to rally around its
children to achieve a common goal, our schools and community
- Ryan Rowe, Superintendent
Gift Certificates and
oth er items
GOLD SPONSOR -$500
Closest to Pin
1st and 2nd Place
HOLE IN ONE PRIZES:
Evans Street gift card &
Oth er great prizes!
For more information, please contact Taz Wallace at 517-263-0741 ext. 148
*All Corporate Sponsorships receive
recognition as Madison F.A. N. Sponsors
ADISON SCHOOL DISTRICT
3498 Treat Hwy. • Adrian, Ml 49221 • (517)263-0741 • Fax (517)265-5635
Dear Business Leader:
Ryan L. Rowe
Madison School District is pleased to partner with you to offer opportunities for youth throughout the
community. We believe that the foundation of education is a partnership that includes two-way
communication between family, school, and community. With this in mind we wish to share District
information with you and your business on a regular basis. We feel that when community members join
together to rally around its children to achieve a common goal, our schools and community g row
stronger. We wish to strengthen our relationship with our community members in an effort to provide
more opportunities to families in our area. Additionally, we welcome your feedback and ideas for ways to
improve our schools.
As a way to get to know you better, we invite you to participate in the following community event:
On Saturday August 6, 2016 the Madison Facilities for Athletic Needs (F.A.N.) Committee is hosting the
3rd Annual Tee Off for Trojans golf outing at Wolf Creek Golf Course. The event will include a continental
breakfast, 18 holes of golf, lunch, games, and a raffle with proceeds supporting the Madison Indoor
The F.A.N. Committee strives to make a difference in the lives of student-athletes by providing the
resources necessary for a quality sporting experience Approximately 1200 students, ages 8-18, have
benefitted from having access to the 11,000 square foot Indoor Athletic Facility. The building currently
hosts practices and training for baseball, competitive cheer, football, golf, softball, wrestling, and Madison
Youth Athletic Council activities. The space will also be used for hands-on educational activities that
require a larger indoor area.
Mindy A. Jordan
We would be grateful if you would join us in our efforts to support Madison student-athletes. Sponsorship
opportunities are available for as little as $50 and four-person teams may register for $300. All sponsors
will be recognized at the golf outing with custom signage the day of the event and in school publications
(website, newsletter) as event sponsors.
If you are interested in serving as a sponsor for Tee Off for Trojans, or in assembling a team to play on
August 6, please give us a call or simply mail your contribution and registration form to the address listed
above. Feel free to contact one of the individuals below with any questions you may have
The Madison School District publishes a monthly newsletter with important school information,
announcements, and upcoming events. If you would like to receive the newsletter, please email
[email protected] to be added to our mailing list. You are also invited to visit our website at
www. madisonk12 us for more District information.
Eric M. Frederick
Our Balanced School Year students will return to class on Monday, July 27 and our Traditional School
Year students will begin on Tuesday, September 8. We hope to see you at one of our many upcoming
athletic events, music performances, or other community events.
Ryan Rowe, Superintendent
Madison School District
Tee Off for Trojans Planning Committee
Calendars are also available online at www.madisonk12.us.
We Believe - The foundation of education is a partnership that includes two-way communication between
family, school, and community – the Madison Family. Stakeholders are invited and encouraged to become
involved in our schools. Please contact us if you have questions, concerns, suggestions, or would like to
volunteer. Our strength and our success is in our relationships with members of our community.
Madison Board of Education
Meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. on the third Monday of the
month and are held in the Board Room located inside the
M. Kyle Ehinger, President
Julie Ramos, Vice President
Nancy Roback, Secretary
Mark Swinehart, Treasurer
Natasha Manchester, Trustee
Dana Pink, Trustee
Ruben Villegas, Trustee
P: 517-263-0744 | F: 517-265-1849
P: 517-263-0742 | F: 517-265-1848
Early Elementary Principal
Brad G. Anschuetz
Middle School Principal
Kristin E. Thomas
High School Principal
Nathan T. Pechaitis
Upper Elementary Principal
Mindy A. Jordan
Middle School Assistant Principal
Nicholaus P. Whiteley
High School Assistant Principal
Eric M. Frederick
P: 517-265-1840 | F: 517-265-5635
Ryan L. Rowe
Madison School District
3498 Treat Highway | Adrian, MI 49221
MADISON MESSENGER | MAY-JUNE 2015