Sat. May 25th, 2024

MCISD addresses technology & security


  • MCISD held a meeting to address updates on education, finances, facilities, technology, and safety.
  • Madison County Commissioners court approved programs and purchases to enhance county services.

Madisonville Consolidated Independent School District (MCISD) recently held a meeting to address important updates in various areas. Superintendent Dr. Keith West provided updates on educational standards, financial matters, facilities, technology, and safety measures during the meeting on March 11. This included discussions on implementing new technology to enhance student learning experiences and how the district is prioritizing the safety and security of all students and staff.

Additionally, the Madison County Commissioners court took administrative and financial actions to improve county services. During their meeting on March 12, the court approved the annual renewal of the interlocal cooperation contract for the failure to appear program. This program is designed to address individuals who do not appear for court appearances, including follow-up processes and warrant issuances.

These recent developments demonstrate MCISD’s commitment to providing a safe and innovative learning environment for students while also ensuring efficient county services. By addressing technology and security concerns proactively, both the school district and the county are taking important steps to meet the needs of their communities.

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