At North Madison, we believe every moment counts in our children's education. Please look through the following to learn about your child's academic program and always feel free to ask your child's teacher for additional information and guidance to make the most out of school.
We are upgrading our student information system to provide more options and better information access to our families. The new Skyward system will replace the Harmony system for access to student grades, attendance, and other information.
Destiny is our library program used to locate books within the district.
Accelerated Reader is a program which helps children to have individual reading successes.
Mooresville students participate in different state and national testing programs in order to assess student achievement.
mclass is an assessment administered to students in K-2 that assess their literacy and math skills using a one-to-one device.
Acuity is a standardized assessment administered to students in grades 3-6 that accessess their knowledge of current grade level standards. Read about getting a parent login for your child's Acuity testing and how to view Acuity results online, as well as how to interpret your child's Acuity Test.
ISTEP+ is an assessment for students in grades 3-6 that determines their mastery of grade level standards and determines the schools Public Law 221 rating.
IREAD is an assessment for students in grade 3 that determines their mastery of literacy skills.
Several of our textbooks have online components including extra games and content to supplement what your child is learning.
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Accelerated Reader is a program which helps children to have individual reading successes. North Madison students take part in this program to gain reading skills and confidence at their appropriate reading levels.
The Indiana Department of Education website includes links to various information about the state's educational system.
The Common Core National Standards will be implemented throughout Indiana by 2014, replacing the Indiana Department of Educations grade-level standards. Mooresville has already transitioned to the Common Core for younger grades.
Mooresville's Exceptional Learning page includes information for families whose students may have different learning styles or needs, such as high ability education, special education, English language learners, and much more.