Dear Madison-Grant Community,
At the school board meeting on January 23, Dr. Scott Deetz proposed an idea that would Enhance Our Education at Madison-Grant. For years, the Madison-Grant United School Corporation has replicated services in both elementary schools, which unnecessarily costs more money each year than it needs to. In order to retain our solid financial standing and increase our level of programming at the elementary level, Dr. Deetz has proposed to designate one building as a PK-2 school and the other building as a 3-6 school.
The school board has requested Dr. Deetz and his team to present the details of this proposal to the teachers and community during the months of February and March. During each presentation, the audience will have the opportunity to hear the details of the proposal, ask questions, and offer their insight. We will post dates for the presentations once they have been determined. In April, Dr. Deetz will present his findings to the school board who will then make a decision on whether or not to move forward with the proposal.
To learn more about the proposal, please review the documents on the links above, including an article from the Herald Bulletin.
Please send all questions or comments to Dr. Deetz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you! We look forward to your comments as we continue to provide the very best education for the children of Madison-Grant!
Dr. Scott A. Deetz
Madison-Grant United School Corporation is tobacco free as of August 23, 2010. Tobacco in any form is prohibited in any Madison-Grant facility, vehicle, on any grounds, or at any school-related event.