City of Madison Wins Stellar Community Designation

City of Madison Wins Stellar Community Designation

Clare Wilber, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2019


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In April of 2011, a letter of interest was put in by the city of Madison to America's Stellar Community program reasoning why Madison, Indiana would be best suited to be granted the Stellar Community designation. According to stellarmadison.org, the Stellar Communities program, launched in 2011 and...

MCHS’ Own Mayoral Candidate Outlines His Platform and Outlook for the Future

MCHS’ Own Mayoral Candidate Outlines His Platform and Outlook for the Future

Sophia Hall, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2019


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Bryan Hernandez, an 18-year-old Madison Consolidated High School Senior, has announced that he will be running for Mayor of Madison on the Democratic ticket in 2019, contributing to the growing movement of teens and young people participating in politics. The only requirements running for Mayor are ...

MCHS Business Department is Now an Excellent Choice for Dual Credit and the Real World

MCHS Business Department is Now an Excellent Choice for Dual Credit and the Real World

Anne Grady, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2019


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Are you having trouble deciding what classes you’re going to take next year? Whether you are a freshman, sophomore, or junior, it is important to explore all of your options. Madison Consolidated High School’s business department has many options that will help prepare you for any major or career. ...

New Activity Center Features Laser Tag, Axe Throwing, and Arcade

New Activity Center Features Laser Tag, Axe Throwing, and Arcade

Mollie Baker, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2019


Filed under Community, Entertainment, Featured

The newest hot spot for teens in Madison is finally open for business! Laser Command, the new laser tag and axe throwing center opened, December 14, 2018, and it is the latest place of interactive entertainment for teens, children, and adults in Madison. Laser Command is not your normal, run of the...

MCS Student Population is in Decline. What Can Be Done?

MCS Student Population is in Decline. What Can Be Done?

Ashlyn White, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2019


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Throughout the last decade or so, Madison Consolidated Schools have seen a steady decline in enrollment. As a matter of fact, over the last five years, Madison Consolidated High School’s enrollment alone, has decreased over 120 students. “Five years ago the High school was about 1,008 kids. This yea...

What’s Happening to the Madison Cubs’ Wall of Fame?

What’s Happening to the Madison Cubs’ Wall of Fame?

Anne Grady, Staff Reporter

January 11, 2019


Filed under Campus, Community, Featured, Sports

Madison Consolidated High School is experiencing some changes to the beloved Hall of Fame (or affectionately known as the Wall of Fame) . The MCHS athletic department has announced that the Wall of Fame will be utilizing a digital showcase of the history of Cubs athletics. However, they have recentl...

MCHS Student in School Work Program Scores Perfect at Arvin Sango

MCHS Student in School Work Program Scores Perfect at Arvin Sango

Sophia Hall, Staff Reporter

January 7, 2019


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Madison Consolidated High School Senior Evangelina Delgado has received a perfect employee evaluation and special recognition from Arvin Sango, where she works 30-40 hours a week through the Interdisciplinary Cooperative Education (ICE) program. Arvin Sango is required to evaluate their employees on work ethi...

Last Second (and Gag) Christmas Gift Ideas for the Teenager in your Life

Last Second (and Gag) Christmas Gift Ideas for the Teenager in your Life

Kristen Leach, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2018


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High school is a time in one's life where you might have a job, might be preparing for college, or might just be grinding to keep up those grades. No matter where you’re at in life, no one is denying that Christmas is still the best time of year for many. Of course students look forward to the long break,...

Bullying Continues to be a Problem. Here’s What You Can Do.

Bullying Continues to be a Problem. Here’s What You Can Do.

Ashlyn White, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2018


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 With the holidays upon us hopefully some bullying has subsided in recent weeks, but it is important to stay vigilant for all types of bullying even during the holidays.  Students each and every day wrestle with bullying. Bullying can manifest in many different forms with some of those ways being ver...

MCHS Reacts to Schedule Change

MCHS Reacts to Schedule Change

Anne Grady, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018


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Madison Consolidated Schools recently adopted a new school calendar for the 2019-2020 school year. The new schedule will now feature a longer summer and a shortened fall and spring break. It will still remain at a total of 180 days, only it will be balanced differently. This change has triggered a mix of pos...

Meet the MCHS School Board Candidates: a Quick Summary of Last Week’s Candidate Forum before Election Day

Meet the MCHS School Board Candidates: a Quick Summary of Last Week’s Candidate Forum before Election Day

Anne Grady, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2018


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Last Monday, the Madison Consolidated High School Student Council organized a forum for the individuals running for the school board. The voting will take place on Tuesday, November 6th. The candidates answered six questions that came directly from a form sent out to the student body a...

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