Make plans to see the MHS production of "The Miracle Worker," adapted from Helen Keller's Autobiography The Story of My Life.
NEW INFORMATION ON DELAY SCHEDULE
Beginning with this 2014-15 school year, Madeira City Schools will operate on a 2 hour delay schedule instead of our previous 90-minute delay schedule.
Three students will be chosen to have their art work featured on our district’s holiday greeting cards!
The Madeira and Indian Hill School Districts will sponsor "Parents & Prevention: Creating Drug-Free Communities" by Hamilton County Coroner Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco.
The MMS Empty Bowls Dinner is a seventh grade service learning project to raise awareness for world hunger. The third annual dinner will take place December 5 from 6-8 pm in the MMS cafeteria.
Madeira City Schools has an ongoing goal to increase literacy skills across the district’s curriculums. To show our passion for literacy and promote reading as a lifestyle, here's a selection of some of our staff members with their favorite books!
Highlights from the MES and MMS Veteran's Day events. From Madeira City Schools, thank you to those who served and are serving!
Madeira has been named number three in The Best Suburbs in America by Business Insider!
Kindergarten teachers Jonelle Bell, Annie Cortez, Amy Rider and Emily Swallen are helping to ensure their students develop a passion for reading as soon as they begin their Madeira education.