106 Cedar St.
Madisonville, LA 70447
(985) 845-3355
Fax (985)845-9018

School Hours:
7:30 am -2:26
pm


 








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Congratulations MJH for achieving an “A” report card on the State’s School Performance Score for 2013-2014 school year.
Way to go Eagles! We’re so proud of our students and staff!! Keep up the hard work!


Red Ribbon Week: MJH is Proud to be Drug Free!  
Show your commitment by participating in the following dress-up days:


Monday, Oct. 27 - Kick-off Red Ribbon Week by wearing red shirts and boots with uniform bottoms
Tuesday, Oct. 28 - Put a Cap on Drugs by wearing a cap/hat with your uniform
Wednesday, Oct. 29 - Sock it to Drugs by wearing crazy socks with your uniform
Thursday, Oct. 30 - Dress for Success by wearing your favorite college jersey or shirt with uniform bottoms
Friday, Oct. 31 - Blackout Drugs by wearing a black shirt with uniform bottoms

EAGLE DADS DINNER: Wednesday, October 29 (6-7pm) in the gym. This is a free dinner for Dads (or any relative) to
attend with their child(ren) to spend time at MJH and meet some new families! We will have a guest speaker, spotlight
an MJH teacher, and feature some of MJH's awesome students! Send an email reservation to Stacy.Burke@stpsb.org

Mission Statement

The mission of Madisonville Junior High is to prepare children for life
in a global community and technology driven society. 

     We believe we can accomplish this through differentiated and challenging
instruction centered on the whole child.  Our faculty will promote engagement
in high quality learning that will allow students to become literate, creative,
productive, and thoughtful decision makers who are learners for life.

 

MJH Beliefs

    • We are a good school and we must strive to become a great school.
    • Our core business is to create engaging work for every student, every day.
    • Exemplary student achievement is the responsibility of the entire community.
    • Teachers are leaders and designers who create meaningful and engaging work for students.
    • Student engagement is the key to learning.
    • Effective instruction must meet the needs of all students so that every child can learn at expected high levels.
    • A safe and caring environment must be nurtured in order for optimal student learning.


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