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Argyll News

Our students are making headlines, and we want to share all the great news with you. We will keep this page updated with important announcements, news stories, and student shout-outs. Please check back often, and help us celebrate our students’ many achievements.

Cookie Dough Delivery

Cookie dough delivery will take place on Wednesday, September 25. We will call students down to get their orders during 8th period to take home on the bus, or parents may pick up items that their students sold from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the north gym. They should enter through door #5. Contact Mrs. Stanley via email with questions.

New Resources

Madison-Grant Junior/Senior High School has a variety of online resources for parents and students. Please visit our Helpful Links page to view some of the new resources available to you.

Madison-Grant Hosts Event to Illustrate Opportunity Awaits

Fairmount, IN (August 31, 2019): Madison-Grant Jr/Sr High School announces the first ever Career Day for all high school students. On September 26, 2019, beginning at 8:10 a.m., students will have the opportunity to interact with professionals from multiple disciplines and fields. Many of the speakers are Madison-Grant graduates, and the keynote speaker for all students will be Dr. Jason Callahan, the superintendent of Wabash Community Schools. Dr. Callahan is a 1994 Madison-Grant graduate. Counselor Gwen Hodson says of the event, “It has been amazing to see so many of our graduates work in diverse fields, and we really want to share with our students the limitless opportunities available after graduation.”

Students will start the day with the keynote speaker Dr. Callahan and will then be able to choose four speakers in fields of their interest to attend in small groups. Dr. Callahan talks about the importance of the introduction of a career day at the high school level, “Careers should be based on individual passions. I believe the awareness created through career day is vital in providing students the gateway to find their true passions.” By utilizing graduates from Madison-Grant, Counselor Gwen Hodson hopes, “students who may previously not have been aware of the field of the speaker can now see themselves in previous graduates. Students from Madison-Grant have achieved at all levels and in fields across industries. They don’t always get to see that in the hallways, so we felt it was important to bring the outside world to our students.” Dr. Callahan says, “We constantly strive to shorten the distance between aspiration and attainment. Utilizing former graduates to discuss their attainment helps to accomplish this goal.” Check out a few of our amazing speakers participating in the 2019 Madison-Grant Career Day:

Madison-Grant in the News

We invite you to read about all the great things Madison Grant Jr/Sr High School students are doing.