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Thank you for supporting BJHS Band! 

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Student Needs, Yearbook, cap & gown, credits,
SOS - Supporting Our Students

 Madison City Schools is excited to report the launch of its “Supporting Our Students” campaign.
This donor-supported fund will provide help for MCS students who may struggle paying for a yearbook, class field trip, ACT prep assistance, tutoring, academic fee, cap and gown – any out-of-pocket expense related to a school function, class or extra-curricular.
In the past, many wonderful teachers and staffs have generously covered such expenses - often anonymously. The new Supporting our Students initiative will be funded by donations channeled through LeanStream and doled out by a committee on a case-by-case basis. All donations to this fund will be tax deductible.
What a great resource for our families. We want to make sure all students have equal opportunities to participate in all activities without having to worry about cost. The Supporting our Students program will be promoted primarily from  Giving Tuesday through the month of December each year. However, your generous donations will be accepted throughout the year.

What impact will my gift make? 

  • $10 - Basic needs (haircuts, laundry services, hygiene supplies)
  • $25 - Credit Recovery for a high school student
  • $25 - Field Trip fee
  • $30 - Basic needs (clothing, shoes, coats, job uniform)
  • $40 - Yearbook
  • $50 - Cap & Gown
  • $75 - Assistance with Fine Arts fee 
  • $100 - Assistance with Sports fee

These are just a few examples of areas of impact that your gift will make! We appreciate the continuous support of our students! 

For more informaiton or to make a donation by mail, please contact Lee Shaw, lshaw@madisoncity.k12.al.us

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Thank you for your interest in Honoring Your Educator! This new program is a way for parents, grandparents, mentors and friends of our students to give back to teachers by honoring them in a meaningful way! For those interested, you may make an online gift. You will be asked to select the school in which your student attends and let us know your educator that has made an impact! The gift will then be transferred to the school and the educator you choose! The educator will be able to use this gift for their classroom or department to continue to benefit all students! Not only will the educator receive the gift for their area, they will also be recognized with a certificate and pin to wear. The recipient will never know the amount of your gift, so nothing is too small or large. We hope this is a simple way to recognize those who invest in our students, as well as continue a legacy in their classroom for years to come! For more information, questions, or alternative donations, please contact the Development Office – lshaw@madisoncity.k12.al.us.

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recess equipment, balls, chalk, portable speaker
Recess Fun

A huge part of school each day is recess - kids need to PLAY! And they like to play all sorts of games.  I am requesting some help to purchase recess materials for our 2nd grade students - balls, games and other fun materials.  We are so glad to be able to play on the playground again and we could really use a variety of playthings to get kids fully engaged during free time.  And to make it even more fun, children would also love a portable speaker so we can listen to dance music during recess.  

Thanks! 

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Funded Need

MISSION: Materials directly back to the classroom. We ask our teachers what they need, and this no-hassle fundraiser supports their wish lists.

INCENTIVES: 

$10,000 raised = Ice cream celebration

$20,000 raised = Dance party with Mr. Fernandez, Mrs. Bolden & Mrs. Russell

$30,000 raised = Teacher obstacle course & slime spectacular

Bonus = A chance at winning "Principal for a Day," everyone that donates is entered into a drawing plus the highest donor will be "Principal for a Day".

Grade Level Competition! = The grade that raises the most money will receive a MAGIC SHOW! Have you heard of Doctor Osborn? He's the #1 Magical Mad Scientist in Alabama! 

Does your company match donations? If so, we accept match donations and this will help us reach our goal faster! This will also go toward your child's raised funds and grade level. 

Questions? Please contact: RainbowPTAfundraising@gmail.com 

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Donna Carolyn Sanders Coleman, age 87, of Madison, passed peacefully at her home in Madison, Ala. on Monday, Feb. 13, 2023. Carolyn and her husband Lloyd Coleman moved to Alabama in 2009 from Kentucky to be with their son Clay Coleman and their two grandsons, Timothy and Wesley Coleman.  They both called Madison, Alabama home for 14 years.  

Timothy is a Sophmore student, football player, and wrestler at James Clemens High School.  Wesley is a 7th Grade Student and football player at Liberty Middle School.
 
Carolyn was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, great-aunt, and friend to all. She loved everyone she met and if you were lucky to meet her, you loved her too.
Carolyn loved her grandsons more than life itself and strongly supported them and the School sports teams they played for.  in Lieu of flowers, we are asking that you make a donation to their sports teams.  We would love nothing more than to have the boys present a large check to their sports teams in their MaMa and PaPa's honor!
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