Maddox Intermediate School invites you to invest in the education of our students. MONEY DROP is an annual event that raises money for classroom supplies and technology upgrades, as well as physical education components. Our students are collecting donations from friends, family members and businesses. In previous years’, contributions have bought Smart-Boards, projectors, Elmos, and other classroom supplies. We are in the process of using last year’s contributions to create a walking track and add playground equipment to our school grounds. Due to sewer reconstruction, weather, and city regulations, we have been delayed in getting this project completed. We hope to see progress in the next coming weeks. This year, money raised will go towards enhancing student learning throughout the school building by updating technologies for each classroom, as well as addressing individual classroom needs.
Our goal this year is to raise $20,000 through individual donations and business contributions. Your donation will support the teachers and students of Maddox Intermediate School. All contributions are tax deductible. A receipt with Tax ID can be provided upon request.
JOIN US on Thursday, March 14 from 1:30 - 5:30, as MIS REACH students end their Investment unit of study with REACH-Con 2019. This event, in the Maddox Girls’ Gym, will feature 8 business booths created and manned by REACH students.
The businesses include:
REACH4Fun, a carnival theme booth
Caleosis Company, a story time event booth
R.E.A.C.H Beats, a music and dance booth
Snax & Lax, a concession, relaxation booth
U Pet Our Petz, an animal experience booth
Take Out Break Out, a puzzling adventure booth
Picture Perfect, a photo booth
Gifts Galore, a gift shop booth.
Armbands to the event go on sale Thursday, March 7. Some special discounts at the booths with an armband. There will also be general admission available day of at the door.
Contact Ms. Abernathy with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Parents & Students - A FAFSA meeting will be held at the Jasper High School library on Thursday, February 28th from 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Maddox Spring Picture Day is Wednesday, February 20th!
Maddox Intermediate School is proud to present the January 2019 Employee of the Month- Mr. Patrick Hannah. Mr. Hannah is our technology teacher, Project Lead The Way instructor, 6th Grade Tech Team director, sponsors First Priority, and helps lead our 21st Century Program. Mr. Hannah is a staple to Maddox Intermediate, and we are forever grateful for his continual hard work. Mr. Hannah was nominated by his coworkers, and gets treated to lunch with Mr. Sargent!
Wednesday, February 13th Maddox Intermediate held our Annual Community Luncheon in the MIS Library. Maddox would like to thank our community for all their continual support. Mrs. Abbott and her 6th choir performed, and did a wonderful job! Thank you to our wonderful Parent Involvement Team who helped make the luncheon a huge success!
Maddox Intermediate's 6th Grade Tech Club competed Friday, February 8th at the West Central Technology Competition at Bevill State in Fayette, Alabama. The 6th Grade Tech Club is lead by Mr. Patrick Hannah with the assistance of Mr. Charlie Williams, Mr. Dru Phillips, and Mrs. Leigh Evans. The 6th Grade Tech students swept the competition winning numerous awards and placing in multiple STEM categories- Animation, IT Test, Digital Arts, IT, Multimedia, Productivity Design, Robotics, Video, and Web Design. Maddox had 38 students place to receive medals, with 26 of the students heading to state in the Spring! These teachers and students worked hard, prepared, and overcame a lot of sickness to achieve their goals. #TheJasperVikingWay
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Maddox Intermediate would like to thank our JCS School Board for their dedication. We celebrate our hard-working school board members and appreciate the important role the school board plays in our communities and schools. They are extraordinary people who voluntarily tackle the enormous job of governing our Jasper City Schools System. Their actions and decisions affect the present and future lives of our children. These men and women allow all Jasper City Schools to exemplify The Jasper Viking Way!
Dear Parents, Students, and Community –Due to traffic congestion on 3rd Ave, City Officials and JPD have requested that MIS change our current traffic patterns. The major change is traffic entering and exiting the school grounds. This change begins FEBRUARY 4th.
We ask everyone to read the map instructions, be patient, and know this will take adjusting for everyone. Maddox will be sending home more information regarding the change.
A great education is essential to future success. Attendance matters EVERY DAY!! It’s the Jasper Viking Way to be at school! Help us in making sure your student is the most successful possible. #MaddoxIntermediate #TheJasperVikingWay #AttendanceMatters
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Maddox Intermediate School is proud to present the 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year- Ms. Beverly Simon. Ms. Simon is also our September Employee of the Month. Ms. Simon is essential to our students here at Maddox. She goes above and beyond to help her students reach their highest potential.
Ms. Simon will represent Maddox Intermediate School as the Jasper City Schools Employee of the Year. She has the potential to be nominated to represent our school system at the state level. Help us in congratulating Ms. Simon on this wonderful honor!
Effective August 1, 2018, Jasper City Schools will be implementing a "Bag Check Procedure" for all individuals gaining access to all home athletic events.
Supply Lists for Maddox Intermediate
4th and 5th GRADE Supply Lists
6th GRADE Supply List
Please read the JCS Handbook for information and updates concerning the 2018-2019 school year. Some of the updates include school hours, dress code, and book bags.
Maddox Students present Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit by Jonathan Rand
Three students placed in this competition including over 750 projects from students and schools all over Alabama - from Mobile to Huntsville!