The Blue & Gold

April 26, 2015 - Volume 2, Issue 32

Buckhorn High School is among the Washington Post's 'America's Most Challenging High Schools'

For the third consecutive year, Buckhorn High School made the list! Ranked the eighth most challenging school in Alabama, Buckhorn was one of only three North Alabama schools recognized. The other two schools were James Clemens (3rd) and Bob Jones (9th).


The index identified 2,335 top public and private schools - those that gave at least as many college-level tests in 2014 as they had graduates. It is intended to highlight schools that excel in persuading average students to take college-level courses and tests. The more Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school, in proportion to graduating seniors, the higher the score.


Survey author Jay Mathews of the Washington Post, began conducting the survey in 1998 for Newsweek magazine. Mr. Mathews argues that schools that challenge students with college level work, such as the content of AP courses, extend opportunities. He cites research that even low-performing students who score a 2 on the AP test's 5-point scale do significantly better in college than do similar students who don't take AP classes.


The Post's survey also listed an "Equity and Excellence" rating, which shows the percentage of graduating seniors who had at least one score of 3 or above (considered a passing mark on AP tests) on at least one AP test in high school.


The schools on the Post list represent 11 percent of U.S. public schools and the eleven Alabama schools represent the top 3 percent of Alabama public schools. Click here to see the complete list of Alabama schools who made the list.


Congratulations to Principal, Todd Markham and the Buckhorn High School faculty for being recognized for their continued commitment to excellence! #BuckPride

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APRIL

28 (T) ACT Plus Writing (11th Grade), BHS, 8:30AM

28 (T) Softball, Area Tournament @BHS, Lady Bucks vs. Gadsden City, 5PM

28 (T) Softball, Area Tournament @BHS, Winner BHS/GCHS vs Winner HHS/GHS, 7PM

28 (T) VB Golf, Sectionals, Twin Bridges

28 (T) VG Golf, Sectionals, Goosepond

28 (T) Meet the 2015-16 Dance Team, Fundraiser @ The Chill Factory, 5-9PM

29 (W) FCCLA Meeting, Mrs. Webster's Room, 8:00AM

30 (TH) 6-Week Progress Report

30 (TH) Softball, Area Tournament @BHS, 1PM, 3PM, 5PM, & 7PM (if needed)

30 (TH) ELL ACCESS Testing Begins

30 (TH) JOOI Club Meeting, Ms. Clements' Room. 8:05AM or 3:35PM

MAY

1 (F) Deadline to turn in scholarship info to Mr. Schwanke

1 (F) Reach Higher Day, Wear your college shirt, Hashtag #ReachHigher

1 (F) Alabama Alternative Assessment Online, All submissions are due by 5PM

1 (F) Seniors, Cap & Gown Distribution, 1st Block

1 (F) Spanish Club, Nacho Day, Break, $2.00

1-2 Track & Field, State Meet, Gulf Shores, AL

2 (S) Historical Society, Car Boot Sale, BHS Parking Lot, 6AM - Noon

2 (S) Athletic Physicals, SportsMed, 8-10AM, $10

3 (S) Mountain Biking, Race #4, State Championship, Sokol Park, Tuscaloosa, AL

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*Required Testing for ALL current 11th Graders*

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JUNIORS - CLASS OF 2016

Tuesday, April 28, 2015


All 11th grade students will take the ACT Plus Writing at BHS during the school day. The Alabama State Department of Education is requiring that all 11th grade students in the state of Alabama take the ACT on the selected date. Students will not be required to pay a fee for the ACT given on April 28th.


Students/teachers are not allowed to have cell phones or other electronic devices (excluding test approved calculators) during the ACT assessment on April 28th. Students who do not adhere to this rule will have their test voided.


Students will have the opportunity to have scores sent to a maximum of 4 colleges and scholarship agencies free of charge. Student athletes planning to play on a college level could include NCAA Clearinghouse as one of their 4 choices.


Students must come prepared with the following:
•Government issued ID
•No. 2 pencils with good erasers (no mechanical pencils or ink pens)
•Please do not bring cell phones or other electronic devices to the testing room.


The make-up date for the ACT Plus Writing assessment will be Tuesday, May 12, 2015.


Counselor Contacts: Mrs. Dee Gordon, Mr. Dan Schwanke, Mrs. Stephanie Wheeler

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REACH HIGHER! Complete your education. Own your future.

Friday - May 1, 2015

The Reach Higher initiative is the First Lady's effort to inspire every student in America to take charge of their future by completing their education past high school, whether at a professional training program, a community college, or a four-year college or university.


Wear your college gear on Friday, May 1st, to show your support and tweet your pictures to us! (Tag @buckhorn_high and use the hashtag #ReachHigher.)


For more information about the Reach Higher Initiative click here.

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Scholarship Information - EXTENDED DEADLINE: MAY 4TH

The deadline to turn in your scholarship awards to Mr. Schwanke has been extended to Monday, May 4th. Please turn in any scholarships that you have received even if you are not planning on attending the institution that offered you the scholarship. You will be recognized only for the college/university that you will be attending.


Please include any church or organizational scholarships as well. The Senior Awards Day will be May 7, 2015 at 9:00 AM in the Gold Gym. Please do not wait until the last minute, if you know what school you will be attending and have received a scholarship please turn it in now.

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2015 BOYS & GIRLS STATE DELEGATES

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CONGRATULATIONS to Sam Akers, Sean Bengs, & Sam Downard, our 2015 Boys State Delegates!! The 2015 Alabama Boys State will be held from May 31st through June 6th on the campus of The University of Alabama.

CONGRATULATIONS to Kelsey Barrett and Ally Williams, our 2015 Girls State Delegates!!

The 2015 Alabama Girls State will be held from June 7th through June 12th on the campus of The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

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TRACK & FIELD SECTIONALS

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Chelsea Carter starts the 4x100 Relay

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Jamar McDonald, RD Ford, Tyler Carter, & Niel Wright

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1600M Run - Keira Larson, Jessica Fair, Amelia Harrison

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1600M Run - Kysean Johnson, Sam Downard, Graylon Cross

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400M Dash - Niel Wright, RD Ford, Tyler Carter

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100M Dash - Jarnae Dobson, Jamar McDonald, Brandon Jamar, Tyler Carter, Ty'nia Dobson & Felicity Gurley

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CONGRATULATIONS MATT SIMS - FIRST IN STATE

Matt Sims attends Precision Machining at the Madison County Career Technical Center with instructor, Mr. Jeff Breece. Matt placed first in the Alabama SkillsUSA State Computer Numerical Controlled Turning Programming Contest.


Matt will have the opportunity to represent Madison County Schools and Alabama at the National SkillsUSA Contest in June. Way to go Matt! #BuckPride

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CONGRATULATIONS SYDNEY JONES

Sydney Jones was selected to participate in the Adventures at AMCOM program at Redstone Arsenal this summer.


Due to her hard work in school and in the community, Sydney was one out of 25 students chosen from a highly competitive pool of almost 130 applicants.


Way to go Sydney!! #BuckPride

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CONGRATS JAMAR MCDONALD & JOHN MUSSELWHITE

Jamar McDonald signed with Washington University (STL)

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John Musselwhite signed with the University of N. Alabama

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BHS CHEERLEADERS & BUCKY AT THE CHILL FACTORY

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The cheerleaders held a fundraising night at The Chill Factory on Monday, April 20th! Go Bucks!!

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SAFETY CLUB & LIFE SOUTH BLOOD DRIVE

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Parker Howard is Recognized as a Four-Time Blood Donor

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EARTH DAY 2015

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A very special thank you to Ms. Jessy Clements, the BHS JOOI Club, Mr. Steven Hughes, and BHS FFA - for planting a tree, weeding, and spreading some mulch in the front of the campus!!


We would also like to thank Mr. Jeff Jones (New Market Nursery) for donating the beautiful Autumn Blaze Maple tree and Mr. Brandon Walls (Madison County Co-Op) for donating the mulch!! ‪#‎EarthDay2015‬ ‪#‎BuckPride‬

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BUCKHORN ART FEATURED AT PANOPLY

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NHS DODGE BALL TOURNAMENT

The National Honor Society held the annual Dodgeball Tournament to raise funds for the Relay for Life. Their goal is to raise $2000!


They will be participating in the Relay For Life of Huntsville Metro on Saturday, May 16th, 2015. You can DONATE to their Relay for Life Team - "Bucks for Life". Please visit their page below and help them reach their goal!!


Click HERE to donate. Go Bucks!

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TEACHERS vs STUDENTS BASKETBALL GAME

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The teachers had a strong performance, but the students prevailed in the end, winning 92-84.
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Vote for Sean Bengs TNV Soccer Player of the Week! Sean scored both goals in the game against Grissom last week!


Click HERE to vote for Sean! The poll closes at Noon on Tuesday, April 28, 2015.

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Awards Day Reminders!

Please wear your gown for awards day (no caps).


Report to your Senior Homeroom for dress code check & alphabetical order.


Remember….If you are not allowed to participate in Awards Day because your attire is deemed unacceptable, you will also not be allowed to participate in the graduation ceremony. If you have doubts as to whether what you are thinking about wearing is acceptable, DON’T WEAR IT. Modesty should guide your clothing selection for this important occasion.


Awards Day is MANDATORY if you wish to walk at the VBC!

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Class of 2015 - Senior Website

Please visit the senior website frequently for important information and up-to-date announcements: www.buckhornseniors.weebly.com


Senior Activities Fee

Please see Mrs. Christina Phipps Krentel to pay your senior activity fees, $60 (cash only). These fees include the senior breakfast and the senior picnic. [This is not a mandatory fee. If a senior does not wish to attend the breakfast or picnic this fee does not have to be paid.]


Yearbook Sponsor - Mrs. Christina Phipps Krentel

Senior Sponsor - Mrs. Carrie Bates

Senior Counselor - Mr. Dan Schwanke

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Apply to be on the 2015-16 BNN Broadcasting Team

If you are interested in being a part of the broadcasting team, click on the link below, print the application, and turn in all required paperwork BEFORE May 4, 2015.


Interviews will be scheduled for qualified candidates between May 11th and May 20th. We look forward to building a strong program that will broadcast our daily news to all of our stakeholders! Click HERE to access the application online.

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BHS Spanish Club Fundraiser-Mission Trip to Costa Rica

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On Sunday, May 17, 2015 from 11am to 5pm our Buckhorn Football Program is hosting a Mattress Sale fundraising event. This event has been VERY successful in school districts nationally and across Alabama over the last 8 years. We are excited to have the event here at Buckhorn!


The mattresses are extremely high quality and have outstanding full replacement warranties. They offer top brands which are made in the USA including Simmons and Restonic. Delivery is available, as is free layaway. All styles and sizes are available for you to lay on including plush, firm, pillow-tops, memory foam, latex, and gel beds.


The mattresses are also deeply discounted at 30%-60% below retail stores! 20 mattress sets will be on display, prices range from $249 to $2000. Prices go up from one set to another approximately $75….so we have something for everyone. You can also purchase a mattress only if you don’t need the box spring.


If you are in the market for a mattress set, or if you know someone who might need a mattress, please help spread the word. Our event is Sunday, May 17, from 11am to 5pm at Buckhorn High School. You can save a lot of money on a mattress set and support the kids in the football program. Tell your friends about this event & help support the Bucks!

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Space Camp Scholarship

Deadline: April 30th

The Huntsville Air Defense Artillery Association (ADAA) has announced the 2015 Space Camp Scholarship program, open to 4th - 12th grade children of veterans or active duty military. More information and applications are available at their website: http://huntsvilleadaa.org and must be received via regular mail by 30 April 2015.

Winners will be announced by 15 May 2015.

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Duke Summer Academy for High School Students

Extended Deadline: May 1st


Have fun and enjoy personal enrichment classes with academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University’s Summer Academy for High School Students. Students currently in grades 9 - 12 are eligible to apply.


There are still openings for:

  • The Global Entrepreneur: learn problem solving skills and learn about the needs, opportunities and complexities of the global market.
  • The Global Healer: learn about his class the most pressing health issues facing the world today and about different cultural perspectives on medicine.
  • The Global Leader: learn leadership skills and learn about diplomacy and Model United Nations.

Duke also offers Summer College for High School Students. Immerse yourself in an international college experience by enrolling in this elite program designed to provide the academic and residential environment conducive to collegiate success. Spaces are filling quickly! Check out our credit-bearing courses and apply soon.


Apply now while spaces are available: http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/duke-summer-academy

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Leadership Huntsville/Madison County - Challenge Program

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Deadline: May 1st

Leadership Huntsville/Madison County is offering Madison County students the opportunity to apply for the Challenge (High School Youth) Program. Challenge provides high school students the opportunity to improve and exercise leadership skills, increase understanding of the Huntsville/Madison County community, and develop a network of student leaders through a structured program emphasizing servant leadership. Challenge also provides a venue for exploring future educational options and career fields in the Huntsville/Madison County area.


The 9th and 10th grades program is July 8-10, 2015 and the cost is $250.

The 11th and 12th grades program is July 13-18, 2015 and the cost is $500

More information and applications can also be found at

http://www.leadershiphsv.org/page-706749.


Please contact Danielle Barnes at dbarnes@leadershiphsv.org or Todd Powers at wpowers@madison.k12.al.us if you have any questions.

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North Alabama Youth Leadership Board

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Madison County Sheriff's Office - Distracted Driving Program will be held at Buckhorn High School this summer on June 9th, JUNE 24TH, July 14th and July 21st!! (Note: June 24th is not listed on flyer - but it IS a scheduled session!)


For more information and to apply please email:
SRO Kenneth Hooper: khooper@madison.k12.al.us
OR Sgt. D Moody: dmoody@madisoncountyal.gov
OR visit http://www.madisoncountysheriffal.org/page.php?id=18
OR call 256-533-8855

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University of Alabama Honor's Academy

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Dates: July 19-24 (Sunday-Friday)

Academic Requirements: GPA: 3.5 unweighted; ACT: 27; SAT: 1210/1600; or PSAT: 200

Cost: $350, includes all meals and activities

For more information visit: honors.ua.edu/honorsacademy

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The future Buck Nation News Broadcasting Team is selling "Enjoy the City" Coupon Books for $20. Please help us raise money to purchase the equipment needed to stream our broadcasts within the school and to the surrounding community.


Preview the entire coupon book HERE and see how you can save hundreds of dollars instantly! To purchase a coupon book, please email Ms. Suzanne Sullins: ssullins@madison.k12.al.us


Thank you for your support! Go Bucks!

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2014-15 MADISON COUNTY SCHOOLS' CALENDAR


MAY

3-9 Teacher Appreciation Week

4-8 School Nutrition Employee Week

4 (M) AP Chemistry and AP Environmental Science Exams, 8AM

5 (T) AP Calculus Exam, 8AM

5 (T) Swimming, Makeup Tryouts, Blue Gym, 3:50PM, All Paperwork is Due!

6 (W) School Nurse Day

6 (W) AP Literature Exam, 8AM and AP Physics Exams, Noon

6 (W) FCCLA Meeting, Mrs. Webster's Room, 8:00AM

6 (W) Swimming, Makeup Tryouts, Alabama A&M, 4:15PM

7 (TH) JOOI Club Meeting, Ms. Clements' Room. 8:05AM or 3:35PM

7 (TH) Senior Awards Day, Gold Gym, 9:00AM (Senior Picture to Follow)

7-8 Archery, National Championships, Louisville, KY

8 (F) Registration Deadline for June 13 ACT at Buckhorn High School, www.act.org

8 (F) AP History Exam, 8AM

8 (F) Senior Breakfast & Graduation Practice (Gold Gym)

8 (F) Football, Blue & Gold Game, 4th Block

8-9 Softball, Regional Tournament, Sportsplex, TBA

9 (S) Tennis Banquet, TBA

11 (M) AP Biology Exam, 8AM

12 (T) ACT Plus Writing Makeup (11th Grade), BHS, 8:30AM

12 (T) Choir, Spring Concert, Jackson Way Baptist Church, 6:30PM, $2.00 Donations

13 (W) FCCLA Meeting, Mrs. Webster's Room, 8:00AM

13 (W) AP Language Exam, 8AM and AP Stats Exam, Noon

14 (TH) JOOI Club Meeting, Ms. Clements' Room. 8:05AM or 3:35PM

14 (TH) Senior Exams, 3rd & 4th (During 3rd & 4th, Full Day)

15 (F) Senior Exams 1st & 2nd, Senior Picnic to Follow

15 (F) Football, Spring Game, TBA

15-16 Softball, State Tournament, Montgomery, AL, TBA

17 (Su) Football Mattress Sale, BHS, 11AM - 5PM

17 (Su) Baccalaureate, Locust Grove Baptist Church, 2PM (Seniors, 1:30PM)

19 (T) Graduation Practice, VBC, 10AM (Mandatory - Seniors MUST ride bus to VBC)

19 (T) Graduation, VBC, 7PM

20 (W) 9th - 11th Exams, 1st & 2nd Block (1/2 Day - Dismiss at 11:50AM)

21 (TH) 9th - 11th Exams, 3rd & 4th / Last Student Day (1/2 Day - Dismiss at 11:50AM)

22 (F) Teacher Workday / End of School Year

25 (M) Memorial Day

28 (TH) Report Cards Mailed (Please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope)

Scholarships

All scholarships have been consolidated into a printable PDF file. Click the button above to open the file. New scholarships will be highlighted in the Blue & Gold the week they are announced.

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JUNIORS - CLASS OF 2016

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

All 11th grade students will take the ACT Plus Writing at BHS during the school day. The Alabama State Department of Education is requiring that all 11th grade students in the state of Alabama take the ACT on the selected date. Students will not be required to pay a fee for the ACT given on April 28th.


Students/teachers are not allowed to have cell phones or other electronic devices (excluding test approved calculators) during the ACT assessment on April 28th. Students who do not adhere to this rule will have their test voided.


Students will have the opportunity to have scores sent to a maximum of 4 colleges and scholarship agencies free of charge. Student athletes planning to play on a college level could include NCAA Clearinghouse as one of their 4 choices.


Students must come prepared with the following:
•Government issued ID
•No. 2 pencils with good erasers (no mechanical pencils or ink pens)
•Please do not bring cell phones or other electronic devices to the testing room.


The make-up date for the ACT Plus Writing assessment will be Tuesday, May 12, 2015.


Counselor Contacts: Mrs. Dee Gordon, Mr. Dan Schwanke, Mrs. Stephanie Wheeler


ACT Results - Students can create an account at www.actstudent.org. If a student has an existing account, he/she can log in to the account to check the state ACT testing scores. If you have questions, please e-mail ACT-WebAccount@act.org.


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2015 ACT Test Dates & Deadlines

Test Date: June 13, 2015

Registration Deadline: May 8, 2015 | Late Fee Required: May 9–22, 2015


ACT Online Registration

ACT Test Prep

ACT Online Test Prep


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2015 SAT Test Dates & Deadlines

Test Date: May 2, 2015


Test Date: June 6, 2015

Registration Deadline: May 8, 2015 | Late Registration: May 27, 2015

* Deadlines expire at midnight, EDT (U.S.).


SAT Online Registration

SAT Website


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2014-15 Madison County Schools' Testing Schedule, All Grade Levels.

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2014-15 Breakfast Menus

Click this button to access the school breakfast menus.

2014-15 School Lunch Menus

Click this button to access the school lunch menus.

Pre-Pay for School Meals with PayPams

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The 2015-16 Madison County Schools' Calendar was approved on January 15, 2015.


Please be aware of the revisions that were made to this year’s calendar. Students return to school on August 3, 2015. The 2015-16 school calendar includes four half-days for professional development on September 4th, November 10th, February 12th, and April 15th. Students will attend the first half of the school day on each of these dates. Additionally, a weather day was added on May 16th.


2015-16 Observed Holidays

Labor Day: September 7th

Fall Break: October 5th - 9th

Veterans Day: November 11th

Thanksgiving Break: November 23rd - 27th (full week)

Winter Break: December 21st - January 5th

MLK Day: January 18th

Presidents Day: February 15th

Spring Break: March 14th - 18th

Last Student Day: May 24, 2016


2015-16 MADISON COUNTY SCHOOLS' CALENDAR

2014-15 MADISON COUNTY SCHOOLS' CALENDAR

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The Madison County School District does not discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, religious preference, disability, age, gender, citizenship, non-English speaking ability, or homeless status. Students with disabilities will be provided with the same needed supports and services for extra-curricular programs and activities that are provided during the school day, unless doing so would fundamentally alter the nature of the program and activity.


Contact for Title IX and Section 504
Mrs. Anna S. Watts
Telephone: 256.852.2557 Fax: 256.851.2127
Email Address: awatts@madison.k12.al.us


Some links will let you leave the school online newsletter. Some of the linked sites are not under the control of the school/district, and the school/district is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. The school/district is providing these external links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the site by the school/district.


Madison County Board of Education

Superintendent Matt Massey

1275 Jordan Road, Huntsville, Alabama 35811
Mailing Address P.O. Box 226
Huntsville, Alabama 35804
(256) 852-2557


Buckhorn High School

Principal, Mr. Todd Markham

4123 Winchester Road, New Market, Alabama 35761

(256) 851-3300


If you find inaccurate or inappropriate information on any of the external links, please contact Ms. Suzanne Sullins immediately. Thank you.