The Madison County Charter School System recognizes the need to support the whole child by creating and strengthening relationships with our students, their families, and our community. We know that the knowledge and skills needed to be an independent, productive citizen are not only those skills related to academic standards, but also the skills associated with social-emotional learning, a positive school climate, and the overall well-being of the student. These skills are needed for all students and adults within an equitable and culturally responsive learning environment. At times, physical, mental, or social situations arise that can potentially interfere with a student’s ability to reach their full potential and be successful. When needed, there are various resources available to assist students and their families.
- Health and Attendance
- Mental Health
- Mentor Program
- Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)
- School Counseling
- Social-Emotional Learning
- Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)