Madison County Schools (Kentucky)

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Madison County Schools
Location
Madison County, Kentucky
United States
Coordinates 37°46′01″N 84°19′09″W / 37.7669°N 84.3192°W / 37.7669; -84.3192Coordinates: 37°46′01″N 84°19′09″W / 37.7669°N 84.3192°W / 37.7669; -84.3192
District information
Type Public
Motto Every Student Counts
Grades PreK–12
District ID 2103720
Students and staff
Students 11,065[1]
Teachers 843.70 (on FTE basis)[1]
Student-teacher ratio 13.11:1[1]

The Madison County School District is a public school district based in Richmond, Kentucky (USA). In addition to Richmond, the district serves the communities of Kingston, Kirksville, Waco and all rural areas in Madison County.

The district includes two high schools (Central and Southern), five middle schools (Red Foley, Farristown, Madison, Clark-Moores, and B. Michael Caudill), and 10 elementary schools (Daniel Boone, Glenn Marshall, Kingston, Kirksville, Kit Carson, Mayfield, Shannon Johnson, Silver Creek, Waco and White Hall).

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  1. ^ a b c "Madison County". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved September 23, 2011. Total Students: 11,065 (2009-2010) 

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