Merrill Adult Diploma Academy announces 2022 grads
Merrill Area Public Schools (MAPS) and Northcentral Technical College (NTC) are proud to present the 2022 graduates of the Merrill Adult Diploma Academy (MADA).
The graduating class consists of 13 students who have completed their goals and are ready to take the next step in their life journeys. Several of these students already have full-time jobs; some are planning to further their education.
In a ceremony at the AGRA Pavilion in Merrill on July 27, 2022, the students were congratulated by lead teacher Erin Bailey, Merrill; MAPS Superintendent Shannon Murray; School Board President Kevin Blake; MADA board members Ken Neff, Susan Ryman, Brenda Rassmussen, and Gary Roesch; along with many family supporters.
The MADA Charter School is a partnership between MAPS and Northcentral Technical College (NTC) that has served the community since 2007. The primary purposes of MADA are to assist traditional students with high school completion, and to help adult students earn a General Education Diploma (GED). In addition, MADA offers employability skills and computer training, and provides students assistance in preparing to enter NTC or other college programs.
MADA is fortunate to be part of a cooperative arrangement between the City of Merrill and MAPS.
The school serves the Merrill community and Lincoln County and relocated in 2019 to the lower level of the Merrill City Hall building at 1004 East First Street.
For more information, contact MADA at 715.536.1431 or [email protected].