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Friday, August 22nd
The back-to-school dance is for currently enrolled MJH students only.
There will be progressive arrival and progressive dismissal for the dance…
- 6th graders – arrive at 6:00, dismiss at 8:00
- 7th graders - arrive at 6:30, dismiss at 8:30
- 8th graders – arrive at 7:00, dismiss at 9:00
Parents will follow the carline to drop off students, and pick students up. Please be prompt.
Cell phones and other electronic devices will not be permitted at the dance. Any seen will be held by Administration
until the student leaves the dance.
Dress Code will be checked in carline at the time of drop-off. Students should follow the guidelines below, as we want all students to enjoy the dance. Dress will be casual.
Shorts, skorts, skirts, and dresses are allowed. Remember, these items must not be shorter than 5 inches above the knee.
- No spaghetti straps, see-through, or sleeveless tops. Tops should not show skin in the stomach area.
- Shoes should be comfortable, as they will not be removed while at the dance.
Shorts and jeans may be worn. Shorts should be cargo style or knee length. No gym type shorts.
- T-shirts should have school appropriate logos and graphics.
- No muscle style or tank shirts.
The mission of Madisonville Junior High is to prepare children for life
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.
- 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.