Though the past year has been a trying one, there are silver linings to be found. For Madison County High School (MCHS) students, the newfound flexibility of their schedules has led to the discovery of new interests. Students have also acquired an enhanced appreciation for the people closest to them, and by facing such adversity have learned certain lessons and developed mental fortitude that will continue to serve them long after COVID-19.
Senior year is intended to be the last hurrah before students begin the next phase of their lives. For many, it’s the last time they will see childhood friends. However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the seniors of the 2020-2021 school year have not had the same opportunities to enjoy it. Whether it is the shuffling and shortening of sports seasons, or the cancellation of traditionally marquee events, this year has been a letdown for the graduating class.
A free COVID-19 drive-through testing will take place from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, July 18, at Madison County High School, according to a …
MADISON — Family and sports have been a part of Keith Slezak’s core values throughout his life.
Citizenship is alive and well at Madison County High School.