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School Supply Lists Are Now Available

Click HERE for Elementary Supply Lists

Click HERE for Middle School Supply Lists

There is NO supply list for High School

Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plans

Click HERE for the Return to Learn Plan

Angela Smith, Superintendent Community Update, May 27

The 2020-2021 school year has come to a close.  While it had a few bumps in the road with COVID-19, we made it through the year.  The month of May was a time for celebration for our students.  We enjoyed prom, numerous awards programs, performances, 5th grade Olympics, the Eighth Grade Formal and graduation at Captain’s Stadium.  It felt good to have some normalcy in this chaotic year.  

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Reducing Stress and Coping Skills

 

 

We are Madison Strong….

During these times of uncertainty, we want you to know that the Licensed School Counselors will be available to help and assist with questions, or concerns that families, staff and students may have. The best way to communicate with us is through email.  At MHS, each grade level has received an email to check their Google Classroom. We have posted valuable information for students and parents. Be sure to check out the Guidance Link on the MHS website as well!

 

Madison Middle School Counselor:

Katherine Kaminski:

katherine.kaminski@madisonschools.net

 

Madison High School Counselors:

Jacqueline Rode A-K

jacqueline.rode@madisonschools.net

Julie Behm L-Z: 

julie.behm@madisonschools.net

 

Emergency Contacts:

Lake County Sheriff:

(440)354-3434

Madison Village Police:

428-3421

Madison Township Police:

428-5128

Crisis Hotline/Suicide Hotline: 

(440) 953-TALK (8255)

Tweet: The Lifeline:

Twitter-@800273TALK

Text: Crisis Text Line:

Text 4hope to 741741

 

Recommended strategies for reducing stress and maintaining coping skills:

Develop a self care routine for your day.

Set short term goals for the week.

Reach out to a family member or friend to check in with them via text, phone calls, notes, 

Get some sort of physical activity each day.

Maintain a healthy diet.

Discover a new hobby.

Get enough rest.

Talk out and express your feelings.

Do a family movie or game night.

Get outside for fresh air.

Keep busy with projects and activities, cooking, cleaning and school work.

Maintain healthy hand washing and social distance.

Madison High School | 3100 Burns Road, Madison, OH 44057
Phone: 440-428-2161