Tommy Floyd has been serving the students and staff of Madison County Schools as superintendent since the spring of 2008. He enjoys sharing about the teaching and learning process in Madison County.
Assessment for Learning
Out of School Learning
Ideas about how we can change today’s public schools to reach more kids often are.
KEAT and Kentucky School Funding
Drop Out Expense
There is no shortage of data indicating that schools are not reaching 100 percent of students. There is also no shortage of criticism of public education regarding this lack of success. Often these critics have a valid point, but offer few solutions. School leaders look at everything from class size, to teacher quality, to parent involvement, to instructional models seeking ways to improve student achievement. In doing so, we discover some interesting things.
Madison County Schools has placed an emphasis on early childhood education and kindergarten readiness. The following article, written by Kentucky Board of Education member Brigitte Blom Ramsey, discusses the importance of screening children as they enter kindergarten and the difference those screenings can make on a child’s academic success. This is an opinion I share as an advocate for early childhood education.
2011-2012 End of the Year
End of Year article
The momentum is rolling for our school district and we can’t wait to see where it takes us.