Madison Virtual Decision Day 2020

Virtual Decision Day Plans- May 1, 2020
District Wide

College Signing Day celebrates students. Whether students plan to attend a community college, a university, a certification program, the military, or any other education past high school, College Signing Day shows support for their decisions for the future. College Signing Day is usually recognized every year on May 1st. This year, due to the current stay at home order, we will still celebrate, just virtually.

How Can the Whole District Support our Seniors?

  • Seniors can post their pictures on social media (assuring they tag better make room and reach higher) with fun and creative ways of revealing where they plan on attending college in the fall. Seniors, be sure to send your photos or videos to Ms. Cauley by April 30 so she can post to our Instagram page on May 1. Email her at

  • Students can make pictures, posters, signs, use side-walk chalk to congratulate our seniors in the district on College Signing Day with messages. If signs can be made and put on lawns if possible. This can be done prior to May 1 and pictures or videos can be sent to the MHS/Preparatory principal by April 30 to be posted on the Madison Instagram page. Leslie’s email is
    Students/families in addition to sending your messages to Leslie Renne-Kegebein, you can post to your own social media pages, be sure to following hashtags #CollegeSigningDay and #BetterMakeRoom

  • Parents, you can brag about your alma mater by wearing your college gear and posting pics on social media using the hashtags #CollegeSigningDay and #BetterMakeRoom or posting your favorite memory from college. Please send your picture or video to Leslie by April 30 so that it may be posted to our Instagram page for seniors to see.

  • If you would like to post your photos to your own social media, please use the tags below so national organizations can follow.

    Twitter: @ReachHigher @BetterMakeRoom 

    Instagram:  @ReachHigher 

    Facebook:  ReachHigher 

Challenge to Juniors:

  • Juniors, we want to get you involved too! Create a Common App account and add at least five colleges to their list to start researching schools. The Common Application is a one stop shop for college applications and will be a tool many will utilize over the summer in fall as they prepare for the college applications in the future.

Elementary/Middle School Challenge:

  • Share photos or drawings of students in a cap and gown with signs depicting what they want to be when they grow up. 

  • Share information with families about exploring colleges online while at home.

  • Please send all videos or pictures to the Madison High School/Madison Prepatory High School principal, Leslie Renne-Kegebein, at

  • Please email all photos or videos by April 30 so that they can be posted on May 1 on our district Instagram page.