The Blue & Gold

Volume 3, Issue 10 - October 9, 2015

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12 (M) V Volleyball @ BHS, Westminster (Senior Night), 5PM

12 (M) F/JV Football vs Sparkman, Home, 5PM/6:30PM

13 (T) FCCLA Meeting, Mrs. Webster's Room (#139), 8AM

13 (T) National Honor Society Induction, BHS Cafeteria, 6PM

13 (T) V Volleyball @ Madison County/James Clemens, 5:30PM/6:30PM

13 (T) Swimming vs HGHS & JPII @ Alabama A&M, 7PM

14 (W) PSAT, BHS, Registered 10th & 11th Graders (See Mrs. Wheeler to pay)

15 (TH) V Volleyball @ Guntersville/Arab/Plainview, 4:30PM/5:30PM/6:30PM

16 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

16 (F) Football vs. Grissom, Home, Youth Night, 7PM

17 (S) V Volleyball @ Cullman Tournament


19 (M) V Volleyball @ Area Tournament

19 (M) Swimming @ Scottsboro Invitational, 5PM

19 (M) F Football @ NGA-Fayetteville, Away 5PM

19 (M) JV Football @ Lincoln County, Away, 6:30PM

20 (T) Cross Country, Huntsville Metro Meet, Huntsville, AL

21 (W) Clubs/Sports & Make-Up Picture Day, Grades 9-12

22-24 V Volleyball @ Super Regional Tournament, Huntsville

23 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

23 (F) Football @ Gadsden City, Away, 7PM

24 (S) Cross Country, St. Bernard Invitational, Cullman, AL

24 (S) Kick Breast Cancer Out, Sharon Johnston Park, 8AM -7PM

24 (S) ACT

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Madison County Schools eLearning Days

What is eLearning?

The Madison County Schools eLearning days would offer full access to online instruction provided by each students’ individual teachers. Teachers would create lessons in Canvas, the school’s learning management system. These lessons would be interactive and relate to the curriculum for the specific class. Four eLearning days would occur throughout the school year. These days would be within the 180 days in 2015-2016 school year. Students will have access to teachers via the Internet. If students do not have Internet at home, they may attend their school and participate in a modified day or utilize a location with computers and Wi-Fi is access. These would include going to a friend’s home, using the public library, or using one of the numerous local businesses offering free Wi-Fi. Students would also have the opportunity to complete an alternative assignment with a parents request to the school.

What are the dates for the 2015-2016 school year?

All dates are:

  • November 10 (half day) for grades 9-12
  • February 12 (half day) for grades 9-12
  • April 15 (half day) for grades 9-12
  • April 19 (full day) for only grades 9 and 12

What will it look like for students?

Madison County School teachers will use Canvas to post assignments and lessons. Students access Canvas on their personal technology device. The learning management system is completely web-based. On eLearning days, students will complete lessons/assignments created by their teachers in Canvas. These lessons/assignments will be aligned to the Alabama College and Career Ready Standards. Teachers will be checking Canvas during breaks throughout the day to answer questions.

What will these days look like for teachers?

The focus of these days will be PLC (Professional Learning Community) driven for teachers. The system and school will provide staff development for teachers and staff on various topics throughout the year.

Why have eLearning days?

  • According to a study completed in 2013, 45% of college students take at least one online course.
  • Even face-to-face courses in college require work to be submitted electronically.
  • Corporations are using eLearning for training purposes
  • Most companies require online applications
  • Ability to provide teachers an entire day of professional development and planning with their peers
  • It is possible that, in the future, snow days could become eLearning days and would not have to be added on to the end of the school year.

How will attendance be taken?

  • Teachers will take attendance through completion of assignments.
  • If a student is too sick to complete the work, parents will need to follow Madison County Schools excused absence protocols. The student is still responsible for the work and will need to complete it by the class period following their return to school.
  • Canvas records each student’s amount of activity and teachers and administrators have access to these analytics.

What if a student wants to eat breakfast/ lunch at school?

  • Students will be asked (or parents may notify the school) prior to the eLearning day to have an accurate amount of food available.
  • Breakfast and lunch will be available to any students who wish to eat.
  • Bus transportation will be provided at the normal morning schedule.
  • Students will be dismissed at 12:00 on half days and regular time on the full day (April 19th)

What will my student’s day look like if they attend school?

  • It will be a modified schedule supervised by teachers and staff. They will have access to the school library if needed. The teachers and staff will be available for academic support as well.

Can a student work, go on a college visit, or shadow an employer during this day?

  • Each student can organize their day in a manner that suits them. They will be required to complete all work before the class’s next meeting but there is no specific time requirements otherwise.

How long will each student be required to work on the computer and what will they be doing?

  • Each teacher will be creating a lesson that follows the curriculum. They will have 3-4 class periods of work to complete. The approximate time required to complete each assignment is length of each class period.
  • These lessons may include videos, internet research, online quizzes/assignments, commenting on a forum, writing a paper, creating a presentation, or anything else the teacher deems relevant to the curriculum.

What about students who attend PACE?

  • Students will still be required to attend PACE at their normal time.

Will students in the life skills or other special education programs attend school?

  • Students in Essentials/Life Skills courses will have the opportunity to participate in eLearning days. Assignments on eLearning days will address the imbedded standards for these courses.
  • Students in Alternative Achievement Standards (AAS) courses will be expected to attend school on eLearning days.

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News Anchors: Natalie Beckerink

Sports: Zach Brazelton & LaDavion Lovelady

Meteorologist: Dalton Blitch

Executive Director: Langston Stewart

Executive Producer: Hampton Morgan

Faculty Advisor: Ms. Suzanne Sullins


Community Sponsors: Baron Weather, Buckhorn High School, Buckhorn Middle School, Mr. Dan Evans, Mr. Jerry Hill, Guitar Center, Sullins Eyecare Center, and Voya Financial.

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Lady Bucks Softball - Indian River Fruit Sale

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Lady Bucks Softball has begun their Annual Indian River Fruit Sale. The sale will end October 20th. Approximate arrival date will be Wednesday, November 18 – one week before Thanksgiving. If you are interested in purchasing some fruit see Coach Rauls (arauls@mcssk12.org) or any softball player. #GoBucks

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VIEW GAME DAY PICTURES ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!

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VOLLEYBALL SENIOR NIGHT - MONDAY, OCTOBER 12TH

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Seniors: Taylor Statum - #22, Madison Shelby - #31, Claire Blackmon - #4, Haley Howard - #18, Audrey Cagle - #15, and Parker Howard - #21. Coaches: Whitney Boggus - JV Coach, Maddie Russell - Assistant Coach, and Dena Clemons, Head Coach. #GoBucks #1bUckS


Volleyball Website: http://bucksvolleyball.weebly.com/

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BUCKHORN CROSS COUNTRY

Jesse Owens Invitational - October 3, 2015

Congratulations to Graylon Cross, Sam Downard, Amelia Harrison, Keira Larson, and Jessica Dodson for earning elite runner awards at the Jesse Owens Invitational!
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BHS ARCHERY

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"Enjoy the City" Coupon Books - on sale for only $15.00 OR TWO for $25.00 (while supplies last). Coupons are valid through 12/31/15.


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 supporting Buck Nation News! Go Bucks!

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WE LOVE OUR COMMUNITY SCHOOLS!! #BUCKFAMILY

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MAKE-UP PICTURE DAY - OCTOBER 21st

Lifetouch will be at BHS on Wednesday, October 21st to take Clubs/Organization pictures as well as makeup pictures for all grades.

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INOW PARENT PORTAL

There are new login procedures for the iNow Parent Portal. Here is what a parent/guardian will need to do to access the site.


1. Go to this link https://inow-madisonco.asc.edu/informationnow
2. Use these credentials when first prompted:
a. User Name: mcsparent
b. Password: ilovemyschool
3. Once you have successfully logged in to this site, use your current INOW user ID and password.


If you do not already have a username and password for the iNow Parent Portal, you must come to the school and present a government issued photo ID to receive one.

The INOW parent portal gives you a convenient way to access to your child's grades, classwork, homework, attendance, and more!

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BUCKHORN SCHOLARS' BOWL SCHEDULE

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Contests & Special Programs

Click here for the list of contests and special programs.

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ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

The 2015-2016 Athlete of the Year campaign, powered by Huntsville Hospital Sports Center, TOC Sports and D1 Sports is underway. They are looking for high school senior student athletes who excel on the field, in the classroom and in our community.


From September to April, a panel of judges selects one Athlete of the Week. Applicants must be a high school senior, have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and display a history of athletic and academic accomplishments, as well as community/civic involvement.


All weekly winners are invited to a banquet held in their honor in May, and two students are selected as Athletes of the Year. The two Athletes of the Year each receive a $1,000 scholarship.


To nominate the next Athlete of the Year, you can either:

For more information, call (256) 265-5000.

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VOLUNTEER STUDENTS & ADULTS NEEDED FOR FALL

International Heritage Festival is coming up October 22nd-24th. Please come share your heritage and history with the field trip students on Thursday (8:30AM-2:00PM) and Friday (8:30AM-2:00PM) and to the public on Saturday (9:30AM-4:00PM). This may be a country you are studying, your country of origin or a country you have visited and have an amazing collection of memorabilia you want to share.


Please contact Joan Morehead, Volunteer Director, Burritt on the Mountain, 256-533-1365.

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We would like to invite you and your students to register for the University of North Alabama Meet & Greet on Thursday, October 29, 2015 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Huntsville Holiday Inn- Research Park. This is a come-and-go event. All of our colleges (Arts and Sciences, Business, Nursing, and Education) will have representatives available to discuss programs of study, international learning opportunities, and much more. The University Admissions and Financial Aid representatives will also be present with information about admissions criteria, scholarships, and financial aid options.


Click the HERE to register you and your students.


Please register by Monday, October 19th to reserve your spot. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to meeting you and your students and sharing all the advantages that UNA has to offer!

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On October 20, 2015, more than 40 institutions will be at the Christian College Fair sponsored by the North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals.

The college fair will be hosted at Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy in McDonough, Georgia, from 10 a.m. until noon. Financial aid sessions will be provided for students, parents, and high school teachers and administrators.

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ADVENTURES IN ENGINEERING 2015

Adventures in Engineering is an annual event sponsored by the Air, Space, and Missile Defense Association (ASMDA), National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), and Team Redstone. Local supporting organizations include Redstone Arsenal tenets and Calhoun Community College. The purpose of this event is to allow 11th grade students to explore local math, science, engineering, and technology (STEM) careers.


2015 Adventures in Engineering will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, from 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This event is free to participating schools, students, and chaperones.

Please visit the web site for details and requirements for participation.

Web Site: http://asmda.us/articles.php?id=24


Please contact Mrs. Dee Gordon (dgordon@madison.k12.al.us) for more information or any questions. Thanks!

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PARENT CAMP USA

The October 26, 2015 event will serve as a demonstration of how this type of “un-conference” model can be used to successfully engage families and communities in schools.


For those who cannot physically attend the October 26 event, there will be virtual options for participating and/or following along!


For more info, please visit: http://parentcampusa.weebly.com


Follow and connect on Twitter: ‪#‎ParentCampUSA‬, @ParentCamp and @usedgov

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The Mercer University School of Engineering is pleased to invite seniors from BHS to apply for their annual Scholarship Challenge at their Macon, Georgia campus on Saturday, November 14, 2015. They plan to award valuable scholarships this fall to high school seniors who are interested in Mercer’s engineering, industrial management and technical communications program.


More information about Mercer Engineering is available atengineering.mercer.edu.


Scholarship Application Site: engineering.mercer.edu/scholarship

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Auburn University and the College of Agriculture invite our students to the Auburn campus on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015, to be part of Ag Elite, a program celebrating outstanding minority high school students who enjoy and excel in science and want to make life better for people in their communities and around the world.


During Ag Elite, they will introduce our students to agricultural and environmental sciences, to the many rewarding career opportunities available in the food, agricultural, and natural resources fields, and to the majors that will prepare our students for those careers. Our students will also have the chance to meet with faculty members and current students in their major of interest, learn about the dozens of scholarships offered by the College of Agriculture and Auburn, get advice on how to apply for admission to Auburn, and get in the running for a $1,000 scholarship that will be presented to one student at the end of the program.


To apply for Ag Elite, and to be eligible for the scholarship, students must fill out and submit the online application, available at the link below: http://agriculture.auburn.edu/admissions/events/ag-elite/.


In addition to the application, students must submit a 300- to 500-word essay describing their career goals and how the scholarship would help them achieve those goals. A letter of recommendation from a current or past teacher or counselor is also required and can be mailed, emailed or faxed. The deadline for all materials is Nov. 20, 2015. If selected to attend Ag Elite, students will receive a personal phone call and an official invitation by mail and e-mail. Please note that each student may bring up to two guests.


Ag Elite Program Schedule:
9:15 am-9:45 am Check in at Comer Hall
10:00 am-10:50 am Parent Session and Student Class Experiences
11:00 am Move to Auburn Alumni Center
11:00 am-11:30 am Departmental Browse
11:30 am Welcome from Dr. Art Appel
Interim-Dean of the College of Agriculture
11:45 am Lunch
12:15 pm Opportunities in Food & Agriculture
12:30 pm Scholarship and Program Opportunities
Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
12:35 pm Admission Information & College of Agriculture Updates
12:40 pm Parent Perspective or Current Student Story
12:45 pm Scholarship Recipient Announced and Closing

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P.E.O.’s ALABAMA CHAPTER Z SCHOLARSHIP

P.E.O.’s Alabama Chapter Z Scholarship is open to young women from Madison, Limestone, and Morgan counties, entering college in Fall 2016. Minimum amount of the award is $500.


Completed applications must be postmarked by December 1, 2015. Awards will be announced after May 1, 2016, in time for senior awards events. Please send any questions to alzscholarship@gmail.com.


Application: https://goo.gl/xLnpCQ

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SMITH SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

The Smith Scholarship Foundation Application has new deadlines for submission.


Part I December 5, 2015

Part II January 15, 2016


Please note that a two-part deadline will be used for applications. Student information and the requirement for applications to governmental grants and scholarships are now included in Part I. This change has been made so that students will register for financial aid programs and scholarships that have deadlines prior to January 15, 2016.


Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications will be accepted starting August 1 for the 2015-16 school year. Additional information can be obtained by visiting their website at www.smithscholarships.com.

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LINLY HEFLIN SCHOLARSHIP

As of 2015, scholarships are for $4,000 per year for 8 semesters of undergraduate study as a full-time student or until graduation, whichever comes first. Scholarships are restricted to Alabama women attending a four-year Alabama college or university. The completed application form and supporting documents must be mailed to the Linly Heflin office and must be postmarked by January 9, 2016.


Apply online: http://www.linlyheflin.org/scholarship-information/

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Aspiring Fashion Professional Scholarship

Deadline June 1, 2016

This is a $1,000 scholarship that will be awarded to students that are interested in pursuing a fashion degree at an accredited post-secondary school or college. Interested students can visit this link www.fashion-schools.org and find the scholarship located at the bottom of the page and click on it.

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Aspiring Animation Professional Scholarship Program

Deadline June 1, 2016

This is the 5th year we are awarding this scholarship for AnimationCareerReview.com. We are offering high school seniors the opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship. This will be awarded to students that are interested in pursuing an animation career path at an accredited post-secondary school or college. We ask that you have interested students visit our website,www.careeranimationreview.com to find eligibility information along with the online application. The scholarship will be on the right side of the page and click on it.

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2015-16 Breakfast & Lunch Menus

Click this button to access the school lunch menus.

Pre-Pay for School Meals with PayPams

Click this button for more information about PayPams.

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Senior Website

Visit the senior website frequently for important information and up-to-date announcements.

Scholarships

Please be sure to confirm official deadlines and specific scholarship requirements.

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College Scholarships Open to Juniors

You don't have to wait until your senior year to apply for funding.

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27 (T) FCCLA Meeting, Mrs. Webster's Room (#139), 8AM

27 (T) Swimming, Madison County Championships @ Alabama A&M, 6PM

27 (T) Dance Team, 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat, Gold Gym Parking Lot, 6-8PM

28-29 V Volleyball @ State Tournament, Birmingham, AL, TBD

29 (TH) Football vs. Muscle Shoals, Home, 7PM

30 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

31 (S) Cross Country, Last Chance Invitational, Madison, AL

31 (S) V/JV Scholars' Team, ASCA Fun Tournament, Arab Middle


NOVEMBER

5 (TH) Cross Country, AHSAA 7A Section 4 Meet, Madison, AL

5 (TH) NHS Meeting, Mrs. Durboraw's Room (#210), 8AM or 3:30PM

6 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

7 (S) Swimming, SportsMED North Alabama Championships, HSV Natatorium, 11AM

9 (M) Veterans Day Breakfast & Assembly

10 (T) Staff Development (1/2 day for students)

10 (T) FCCLA Meeting, Mrs. Webster's Room (#139), 8AM

10 (T) Swimming @ Dublin Invitational, 6PM

11 (W) Veterans Day, No School

13 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

14 (S) Scholars' Team, BHS Trivia Night, All Teams, Cafeteria, 4:30-9PM

14 (S) Cross Country, AHSAA State Championships, Oakville, AL

20 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

20-21 Swimming, North Sectionals, HSV Natatorium, 9AM

21 (S) V Scholars Team, Hoover Invitational, Hoover, AL

23-27 Thanksgiving Break


DECEMBER

3 (TH) NHS Meeting, Mrs. Durboraw's Room (#210), 8AM or 3:30PM

4 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

4-5, Swimming, State Meet, Auburn, AL

11 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

12 (S) V Scholars' Team, West Point Invitational, West Point, AL

12 (S) ACT

18 (F) End of Nine Weeks

18 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

21-Jan 5 Winter Break


JANUARY

4 - 5 Staff Development / Workdays

6 (W) Second Semester Begins

7 (TH) NHS Meeting, Mrs. Durboraw's Room (#210), 8AM or 3:30PM

7 (TH) Report Cards

8 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

15 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

18 (M) Martin Luther King Jr. Day, No School

22 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

27 (W) Scholars' Team, All Teams, County Competition #1, Career Academy, 2:45-5:30PM

29 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM


FEBRUARY

3 (W) Scholars' Team, All Teams, County Competition #2, Career Academy, 2:45-5:30PM

4 (TH) NHS Meeting, Mrs. Durboraw's Room (#210), 8AM or 3:30PM

5 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

6 (S) ACT

10 (W) Scholars' Team, All Teams, County Competition #3, Career Academy, 2:45-5:30PM

11 (TH) Seniors, WorkKeys Assessment, 8:30AM

12 (F) V Scholars' Team, ASCA District, UAH

12 (F) Staff Development (1/2 day for students)

12 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

15 (M) President's Day, No School

17 (W) Scholars' Team, All Teams, County Competition #4, Career Academy, 2:45-5:30PM

19 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

24 (W) Scholars' Team, All Teams, County Competition #5, Career Academy, 2:45-5:30PM

26 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM


MARCH

3 (TH) NHS Meeting, Mrs. Durboraw's Room (#210), 8AM or 3:30PM

3 (TH) Scholars' Team, All Teams, County Tournament, Central Office, All Day

4 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

5 (S) V Scholars' Team, ASCA Regional Tournament, West Point High

11 (F) End of Nine Weeks

11 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

14-18 Spring Break

24 (TH) Report Cards

25 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM


APRIL

1 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

7 (TH) NHS Meeting, Mrs. Durboraw's Room (#210), 8AM or 3:30PM

8 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

8 (S) V Scholars' Team, ASCA State Tournament, Hoover High School

9 (S) ACT

12 (T) Sophomores, Aspire English & Math Assessments, 8:30AM

12 (T) Juniors, ACT Plus Writing PreTest, 8:30AM

15 (F) V Scholars' Team, Snead State Tournament, Boaz, AL

15 (F) Staff Development (1/2 day for students)

15 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

19 (T) Sophomores, Aspire Reading, Writing, & Science Assessments, 8:30AM

19 (T) Juniors, ACT Plus Writing, 8:30AM

22 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

29 (F) FCA Huddle, Choir Room, 7:45AM

30 (S) 4th Annual Super Saturday-Rummage, Market & Old-Fashioned Fair, 7AM-3PM

30 (S) Prom, Huntsville Depot Roundhouse, 8PM - Midnight


MAY

2 (M) AP Chemistry Exam/AP Environmental Science Exam, 8AM

3 (T) ACT Plus Writing, Make-Up, 11th Grade, BHS, 8:30AM

3 (T) AP Physics I Exam, 12PM

4 (W) AP Literature Exam, 8AM

5 (TH) AP Calculus Exam, 8AM

5 (TH) NHS Meeting, Mrs. Durboraw's Room (#210), 8AM or 3:30PM

6 (F) AP US History Exam, 8AM

6 (F) Senior Breakfast, BHS Cafeteria, TBA

9 (M) AP Biology Exam, 8AM

11 (W) AP Language Exam, 8AM

12 (TH) AP Stats Exam, 12PM

13 (F) Mandatory Senior Awards Day, Gold Gym, TBA

16 (M) Weather Day

17 (T) Senior Exams, Gold, 1st & 2nd

17 (T) Mandatory Graduation Practice in BHS Gold Gym

18 (W) Senior Exams, Blue, 1st & 2nd

19 (TH) Exams - All Students, Gold, 3rd & 4th

20 (F) Exams - All Students, Blue, 3rd & 4th

20 (F) Senior Picnic, 12PM

22 (Su) Baccalaureate, Hopewell Baptist Church, 2PM

23 (M) Exams, 9th - 11th, Gold, 1st & 2nd

24 (T) Exams, 9th - 11th, Blue, 1st & 2nd

24 (T) Last Student Day, End of Nine Weeks

25 (W) Mandatory Graduation Practice, 7:30AM

25 (W) Teacher Workday

25 (W) Graduation, VBC, 3PM

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2015-16 Holidays

Student Half-Day (Teacher PD): September 4th

Labor Day: September 7th

Fall Break: October 5th - 9th

Student Half-Day (Teacher PD): November 10th

Veterans Day: November 11th

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

Winter Break: December 21st - January 5th

MLK Day: January 18th

Student Half-Day (Teacher PD): February 12th

Presidents Day: February 15th

Spring Break: March 14th - 18th

Student Half-Day (Teacher PD): April 15th

Weather Day: May 16th

Last Student Day: May 24, 2016


2015-16 MADISON COUNTY SCHOOLS' CALENDAR

2016-17 MADISON COUNTY SCHOOLS' CALENDAR

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DONATE SCHOOL SUPPLIES

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You can access the school wish list using this link: http://amzn.com/w/10J69RP7YUKEY


PLEASE NOTE : We will gladly accept in-kind donations of any of the requested items.


**There are approximately 800 items on the wish list ranging from ~$2 to ~$150, with a combined total of ~$7000 That is less than one item per family! Check it out and see how you can make a difference in the educational experiences of our students!!!**


If you have any questions, please contact Suzanne Sullins at ssullin@madison.k12.al.us

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Dr. Sullins and his optical technicians work hard to bring their patients the latest in fashion and specialty frame lines. Leading designers from around the world have taken eye glass frames to a whole new level. No longer do frames get in the way of being fashionable - instead they are the height of fashion. Let Sullins Eye Care help you make your next fashion statement with frame lines and/or sunglasses by: Anne Klein, Aspex, Autoflex, bebe, Brooks Brothers, Chesterfield, Coach, Costa Del Mar, Dana Buchman, Disney, Dolce & Gabbana, EasyClip, Flexon, Fossil, J.LO, JOE Joseph Abboud, Kate Spade, Koali, Lilly Pulitzer, Marchon, Maui Jim, Nike, Nine West, Oakley, Original Penguin, Otis & Piper, Polo, Ralph Lauren, Ray-Ban, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sight for Students, Silhouette, Ted Baker, Tommy Bahama, Tres Jolie ,Tura, Vera Wang, Vogue Eyewear, and more!!


Dr. Sullins has two offices, conveniently located in Madison and Huntsville. If you are in need of an excellent optometrist, for all your eye care needs, you can call either of his offices to set up an appointment. (Madison: 256.464.6670 | Huntsville: 256.880.1966)


For more information about Sullins Eye Care, please visit their website and social media sites:

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It is easy to raise funds for your non-profit or school group at The Chill Factory®. They will dedicate four hours to your group to raise funds with their help. Your organization invites the public to attend, they provide the treats. Your organization will receive 20% of all yogurt sales to put towards your goal. Non-profit status is required for community groups. School groups must have permission from the school principal to fundraise.


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The Chill Factory • 2246 Winchester Road • Ste 103 • Huntsville, AL 35811 • (256) 859-2277

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Disclaimer

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.

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