The commemorative month is designed to recognize the contributions made by Alabama's more than 800 local school board members, including the members of the Huntsville City, Madison City and Madison County Boards of Education, who are charged with governing public education under state law.
Alabama school board members are chosen by their communities through election or appointment to manage local schools. They oversee multimillion-dollar budgets which fund education programs for more than 746,204 Alabama schoolchildren. Your local school board members are part of a statewide team that supervises 90,821 employees, including 46,232 teachers, 3,218 administrators, and 35,574 support workers and others in 1,491 schools.
Our deepest appreciation is extended to the dedicated men and women who make it possible for local citizens to participate in education in our community. We salute the public servants of the Madison County whose commitment and civic responsibility make local control of public schools in our community possible.
Please join us by saying "Thanks" to our school board members during Alabama's 24th School Board Member Recognition Month. You can contact your school board member through the links below.
Madison County Schools Board of Education Members
Jeff Anderson, Angie Bates, Dan Nash, Mary Louise Stowe, and David Vess.