Poster #8 of the “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking features Ben Fisher of the Madison Central Baseball team. Let’s strike out underage drinking! Talk to your kids about alcohol. They will listen!
Poster #5 in the “Stay in the Game” media campaign features Kelly Freeman, Michael Rothermel, Adriannah Willis & Roger Rose of the MSHS boys and girls basketball teams. Alcoholism respects no age, race, or gender. Talk to your kids about the dangers of alcohol early and often.
Poster #4 in the “Stay in the Game” Underage Drinking Prevention Campaign. The MSHS Soccer teams have had a great year thanks to being substance-free! Their goal is to encourage their peers to be substance-free.
The state’s new assessment and accountability results are in. Madison County Schools invites you to visit the district homepage www.madison.kyschools.us to get the district and school results as well as additional information and resources about the new assessment and accountability system and the new common core standards.
Pictured Right to Left are Berea Chief of Police David Gregory, Captain Lisa Rudzinski-Post #7 Richmond, Richmond Chief of Police Larry Brock, EKU Chief of Police Brian Mullins, and Willard Reardon of the Madison Co. Sheriff’s department.
In an effort to promote their mission through the use of peers as positive role models, the Madison County Youth in Action Team kicked off their “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking on Tuesday, October 23, 2012. The event is in conjunction with Red Ribbon Week.
The campaign uses a series of posters featuring student athletes from Madison Central and Madison Southern and law enforcement agencies representing Madison County. The posters target teens, parents, and adults who purchase alcohol for minors. Because the ads target multiple audiences, they are featured in Madison County High Schools, Middle Schools, Silver Creek Elementary School, all Law Enforcement Agencies in Madison County, the Telford YMCA, the Madison County Continue reading Madison County Youth in Action Stay in the Game Media Campaign→
SHANNON JOHNSON ELEMENTARY HONORED BY THE ALLIANCE FOR A HEALTHIER GENERATION
Physical Educator Kathy Todd and Principal Lee Anne Browder travel to National Healthy Schools Forum in Little Rock, Ark., and Receive National Award for Increasing Healthy Eating and Physical Activity
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation, founded by the American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation, recently recognized Shannon Johnson Elementary for transforming its campus into a healthy place for students and staff.