The Madisonville North Hopkins community accepts the responsibility to achieve academic success in a safe, caring, supportive environment. Our focus is to inspire our students and influence their choices so they may positively impact our world for a lifetime.
ENHANCED LEARNING SESSION
- WHEN: Monday, Oct 29th & Tuesday, Oct 30th from 3:00 pm until
3:45 pm (Please have rides here by 4:00 pm; for security reasons doors will be locked at this time) Pick up for all car rider students is at the science entrance.
- WHAT: Two days of study skill instruction and review
- WHY: To earn 2 points on first twelve weeks term grade
(students must be in attendance the entire time and successfully
complete work to earn credit)
Students may only receive a maximum of 2 points during this session
- COURSE OFFERINGS, ROOM #’s, & TEACHERS:
AM Session: (7:00 am-7:45 am) All English- #30 (M. Clark)
AP Calc/Pre-AP Pre-Cal - #8 (K. Gensler)
Pre-AP Alg I/Pre-AP Alg II/Alg II/Alg I- CAFETERIA (C. Inglis)
Alg II CS/Geometry/Geometry CS/Intro to Alg- #2 (J. Nelson)
(7:00 am-7:45 am) All Math-#9 (D. Stubblefield) #4 (K. Beshears)
Biology- #36 (E. McDurmon)
Biology- #38 (M. Bailey)
Physics- #41 (L. Gigliette)
(7:00 am -7:45 am) Chemistry/ESS/Physical Science- #18 (Baird)
AM Sessions Only: (7:00 am – 7:45 am)
Civics/US History- #63 (G. Epperson)
Georgraphy/US World History/World History- #68 (B. Faulk)
I/II/III- #23 (V. Knight)
5. QUESTIONS: See your teacher or Mr. Neathery (room #39)
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am = 7:00-7:40 pm = 2:55-3:35
SUBJECT TEACHER: ROOM #: DAY:
1. English/Reading M. Clark 30 T-am
2. Math K. Beshears 4 TH-am
3. Math J. Nelson 2 M-pm
4. Math K. Gensler 8 W-pm
5. Math D. Stubblefield 7 W-am
6. Science L. Neathery 39 T-am
7. Science J. Davis 42 TH-pm
8. Science E. McDurmon 36 T-pm
9. Science C. LaGrange 37 F-am
10. Social Studies G. Epperson 63 W-pm
11. Spanish/ESL V. Knight 23 TH-pm
Students must bring textbook and work to be completed while in ESS. Students who work in ESS and stay the entire time will be awarded .25 points on their final grade average each twelve weeks.
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Dear MNHHS Parent/Guardian:
We want to meet and exceed your expectations for your child’s learning environment at MNHHS. We are very committed to obtaining feedback from you about how satisfied you are with the quality of your child’s education and the quality of your interactions with our school. We do a parent satisfaction survey and student engagement survey once a year. Over 179 parents and students participated in these surveys in the spring of 2018.
I want you to know we read and analyze all the survey data and comments that you provide to us. I want to extend a hearty thank you to those of you who took the time to respond to the survey last spring. Your taking time to respond really does make a difference. Our faculty and staff have reviewed the data, discussed our plans for improvement, and now we would like to share our plan with you.
Here are 3 things parents said we do well here at MNHHS:
- My family is treated with respect at this school.
- The school is clean and well maintained.
- The principal at this school is approachable and reachable.
Here is 1 thing parents said they would like for us to improve
- I receive positive phone calls, emails, or notes about my child from the school.
Our plan for improvement is to have all teachers contact parents/guardians on a weekly basis.
MADISONVILLE NORTH HOPKINS HIGH SCHOOL
4515 HANSON RD.
MADISONVILLE, KY 42431
Dear Parent or Guardian:
Pre-registration for the 2018-2019 school year will begin soon for upcoming sophomores through seniors. Guidance counselors will be visiting classrooms during the week of April 9th, and students will receive a Course Description booklet, which contains high school graduation requirements and information concerning choosing electives for career pathways; students will also be given specific instructions for the online portion of the pre-registration process. Pre-registration for 2018-19 will open in the Student Infinite Campus portal starting Friday, April 13 and remain open through Thursday, April 19. During this time, students will enter all elective choice requests. Core placement pre-entered based on student test scores; however, core placement can be changed. See page 7 in the Course Description booklet for information on changing core placement. For any students who do not have online access at home, computers will be available in the computer lab before school and during lunch 4/16 – 4/19, and a counselor will be available for assistance during this time. STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER THEIR ELECTIVE CHOICES DURING THIS WINDOW USING INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED DURING CLASSROOM VISITS.
Guidance Counselors will be available for appointments with parents and students in the evenings from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 16th through Thursday, April 19th as well as at selected times during school hours on 4/17, 4/18 & 4/20. It is VITAL that all parents meet with a counselor in order to approve core placement and discuss elective choices for their students. During this meeting, parents can request core placement changes and review elective choices to ensure students are meeting graduation requirements, which include completion of a career pathway.
To schedule an appointment during the day, please call the guidance office at 825-6017 ext. 2110. Suggested evening schedule can be found on the back of this letter. Please review the schedule and come during your suggested appointment time; we will make every effort to keep wait times to a minimum, but do be prepared to wait if you come at a time other than when scheduled. Class availability is in NO WAY affected by the time or date that you meet with your student’s counselor.
Jeannie Morris Candius Vandiver Lori Vanover
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Hopkins County Career and Technology Center will host a guitar building class for adults in the manufacturing department this fall. The class is an opportunity for adults to build their own electric guitar, while supporting future STEM Guitar students in our high schools.
Hopkins County Schools’ students topped the state average in proficiency in the key areas of reading and math at every level, under state assessment results released by the Kentucky Department of Education on Sept. 26. Graduation rates are additional cause for celebration. Kentucky is transitioning to a new accountability model.