Madison Board of Education 10 Campus Dr, Madison, CT06443 The Madison Public Schools Board of Education oversees the operation of the six Madison public schools and the town's…More preschool with the support of Madison Public Schools Central Office. The board is made up of nine members who serve four-year terms. The members are elected by the voters of Madison. Meetings are held twice a month, usually on the first and third Tuesday, at the Town Campus in the Hammonasset Room at Madison Town Offices. With the exception of executive sessions, all board meetings are open the public.
The Madison Public Schools Central Office runs the Madison Public Schools with oversight from the …More href="http://patch.com/L-gC9N">Madison Public Schools Board of Education. There are six public schools and a preschool in the school system. Those schools include the following:
Daniel Hand High School (Grades 9 - 12)
Polson Middle School (Grades 7 - 8)
Brown Middle School (Grades 5 - 6)
Ryerson Elementary School (Grades K - 4)
Island Avenue Elementary School (Grades K - 4)
Jeffrey Elementary School (Grades K - 4)
the Town Campus Learning Center special education (Preschool)
David Klein is the school superintendent. The schools serve about 3,000 students. The goal of the Madison Public Schools is to "to support students in achieving their highest educational and personal potential, to inspire in them an enduring love for learning, and to prepare them to be 21st Century citizens of the world who contribute to the diverse, multicultural and international communities in which they will live."
The Madison Arts Barn houses the Madison Cable Access Group and a teen center run by Friends of Madison Youth.…More Neither is a government organization.
The teen center sponsors dances, camps, workshops and after-school activities for the town's youth. It hosts regular Band Nights where local bands show their talent. There is an outdoor skatepark here as well.
The Madison Cable Access Group is a nonprofit, tax-exempt volunteer organization that gives residents the ability to broadcasat non-commercial programs on local channels 18 (public), 19 (education) and 20 (government).