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

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

March 25tMartin Luther King, Jr. Holiday ~ January 16th ~ No Schoool ril 1st ~ Spring Break/Easter Holidays ~ No school

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*In times of emergency, check the School System Website for up-to-date information.
Click on the link at the top of this page to go to www.stpsb.org.

"Yearbook sale!  Yearbooks are on sale now for $33!  After February 10th, they will be $35. Return your order form to Miss Smith in Room 403 or the office, or you can order online at  www.jostens.com/yearbookads"

Download Yearbook Order Form

"Attention, 8th graders! Yearbook memory pages can be purchased starting today.  This will be done only online at www.jostens.com/yearbookads.  The deadline is February 16th."

**** Eagle Dads Thursday, January 19th 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Please make sure your child is meeting our ID policy. The school conducted an ID check, today.
The ID is imperative to school safety. IF the ID is defaced or is missing your child will need
to purchase a new ID for $5. Thank you for your help and support. 

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, January 11th ~ Basketball Tournament @ Fountainbleu

Monday, January 16th ~ No School~ Martin Luther King Holiday

Tuesday, January 17th ~ PTA Meeting 8-10am
Soccer vs Fountainebleu@Coquille 4:30

Wednesay, January 18th ~ Student Council Meeting 7:00am

Thursday, January `9th ~ Eagle Dad's 6:00pm
Science Olympiad 2:30-3:30


Madisonville Jr. High's Robotics team, Rob McEagleton and Friends, under the direction of MJH teacher Laura Smith, won the Gracious Professionalism Award at the regional tournament on Saturday, November 12th, at Fountainebleau High School.  The team placed at the regionals, and will be moving on to the state competition in New Orleans in December.



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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