Madison Cross Roads Elementary
January 7, 2019
- What's Happening This Week -
- Welcome Back Students !
- Report Card 2nd nine weeks
- Wear your house shirt !
Lost & Found
Winter is here and our "Lost and Found" is overflowing! Please send your students to check the bin and rack if they have misplaced any items. Parents are also welcome to come and check for items.
Thank You School Board Members !
January is National School Board Recognition Month! Help us celebrate our Madison County Schools Board of Education. These individuals work tirelessly to provide our students with the best education possible.
Help us thank them and show appreciation for our school board! Madison County Board of Education members work diligently to provide a first-rate education for our students and community. This month, during School Board Recognition Month we want to recognize their dedication and hard work. Thank you Angie Bates, Nathan Curry, Shere Rucker, Mary Louise Stowe, and Dave Weis for all that you do! Thank you for the work you do and for advocating for our system!
BREAKFAST REMINDERS- Please communicate this with your child and make preparations at home to ensure your child is fed and in class on time.
Breakfast is served from 7:10-7:40 each morning.
Students should not report to breakfast after 7:40, if at all possible, giving them enough time to get to class.
After 7:45, breakfast will not be served and all students should be in class, as our cafeteria staff has to clean and prepare for 900 lunches and teachers on breakfast duty have to be in class.
If you have a child arriving to school after 7:40, please ensure they have had breakfast. Students should report either directly to class or breakfast upon arrival in the mornings.
Thank you for your help with this!
We promote independence at MXR and encourage students to learn how they are supposed to go home each day. If your student's mode of transportation is changing (For example if they are changing from bus to car or car to bus) our office needs to be made aware of that change. All notes should go to the teacher so they are aware and then we make a copy in the front office to file.
*All transportation changes need to be made by 2 P.M. on the day it is needed*
A high-flying, slam-dunking, rim-rattling basketball show is coming to town!
The world-famous Harlem Wizards will visit Sparkman High School on Sunday, February 10 for an day of great fun and fundraising. The Wizards will play a game against a team from the Sparkman Family Schools administrators, teachers, community leaders, and community members. Proceeds will benefit all 8 schools in the Sparkman Family of Schools.
The event will feature a variety of fun interactive extras to complement the Wizards' dazzling demonstration of hoops artistry: Pregame "Wiz Kids" warm-up, contests, comedy, awesome slam dunks, audience participation, merchandise giveaways, and more. The game will conclude with the Wizards' signature dance extravaganza that will have the crowd on their feet!
Sunday, February 10, 2019 at 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
2616 Jeff Rd. Harvest, Al 35749
Tickets will be on sale soon. Pre-sale general admission $10. Reserved seating and courtside plus available for additional charge.
- 01/08 2nd Nine Weeks Report Card
- 01/03-01/17 Dibels Next (K-3)
- 01/21 ******Martin Luther King Day - No School*****
- 01/23 100th Day of School Dress like you are 100 years old
- 02/05 3rd Nine Weeks Progress Reports
- 02/18 President’s Day - No School
- 02/21 PTO Meeting: 6:00 pm Spring Book Fair - Family Read Night GL Q & A
02/21 - 3/01 Spring Book Fair
- 3/01 Read Across America Day
- 3/01 House Lunch: Wear your house shirt! Car Rider /Bus Drop Off Music
- 3/14 3rd Nine-week Report Card
- 3/15 House Celebration Day
- 3/4 - 3/15 Common Benchmark Assessment (1-5)
- 3/28 5th Grade Talent Show
- 3/28 PTO Meeting:History Walk/ Living Wax Museum (ACE) 6:00 pm
Please encourage your children to wear their house shirt OR house colors on the dates listed below. Encourage them to make new friends during House Lunches!
The HEALS medical, dental, and optometry clinics serve the eligible children and their siblings at our elementary site school locations
Your pocket change has never been so powerful!
Round your utility bill up to the next highest dollar, and that amount will go directly to local schools. The maximum contribution per year is only $12!
Funds go directly to The Schools Foundation, which supports public education in Huntsville, Madison County and the City of Madison.
Over the years, Publix Partners has contributed more than $30 million to over 4,500 schools giving back to support education.
And giving is easy. Simply sign up for a Publix.com account (if you don’t already have one), select a school, then enter your phone number at checkout. We'll give back to the school of your choice.
If your school currently participates, you can use this page to:
- See the top 10 schools leading Publix Partners earnings in your state.
- Go to your school's Publix Partners page to see your current earnings.
- Promote your school's involvement with Publix Partners.
Principal : Linda Arredondo
Assistant Principal: Jessica Aguirre-Cantrell
Assistant Principal: Adam Walker