PLTW - Madison High School Project Lead the Way Program Gains National Certification
During the Fall Conference for PLTW, Madison High School received National Certification for the Project Lead the Way Program. This honor is bestowed upon those high schools that have met the rigorous criteria set by PLTW. PLTW has been a growing part of Madison High School for the past several years with enrollment increasing each year.
New to the curriculum this year has been the the addition of the Biomedical Science program. This is in addition to a full complement of pre-engineering courses offered as a part of Project Lead the Way Engineering Program. For more information about PLTW in Ohio visit http://www.pltwohio.org.
Fundations Unlocks a New Piece of the Reading Puzzle
Our first and second grade teachers have been implementing Fundations, a core phonics program, designed to build a consistent approach to teaching the essential building blocks of early reading skills to our students. The program is researched based and will help improve the reading fluency of students with diverse reading levels. Students in first and second grade are spending 30 minutes a day reinforcing skills as well as learning new ones. One of the primary goals of the program is to provide a consistent platform of instruction of basic reading skills to intervene early for at-risk readers and enrich those students reading above grade level.
Questions/Comments/Concerns about any curricular issues or issues related to state testing please feel free to contact David Bull at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deb Richardson (440) 428-9336
Secretary to the Assistant Superintendent/Curriculum