Madison Co. Schools Off For Basketball Game

The entire Madison County School District is off Wednesday for the Madison Central Boy's Basketball Team's Sweet 16 game.

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Duskrequim - 3/5/2013 7:02 AM
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Again I love how Sports is more important then education. I mean last I checked I think all but 1 Elementary school passed the test on education. So it doesn't surprise me that we would spend millions on a wasted sports program in the county and also cancel school for sports. If we really cared about education then sports would be like the Boyscouts and other programs be After school programs that are not funded by public/state/federal funds. They should be privately funded and kept out of the school, so that the money goes to where it matters, education.
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