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The Fort Madison Community School District consists of two elementary schools, Lincoln Elementary and Richardson Elementary. These two elementary schools provide opportunity for young students to come learn and grow. Not only do students perform well academically, they are also taught social and life skills that help propel them to succeed in all areas of their lives.
Richardson Elementary School Principal
ADRIAN MCKAY | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. McKay is from Belize City, Belize. He lived there until he was 8. He then moved to Barbados and lived there until age 11. The summer before 6th grade, when Mr. McKay was turning 12, he moved to the U.S. Today Mr. McKay and his family live in Fort Madison. He is married with one child and 2 tiny pups.
Mr. McKay graduated from Western Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in special education K-12. He later obtained his masters in educational policy and leadership from the University of Iowa. Mr. McKay started teaching in 2008 and has started his first year in administration as the principal of Richardson Elementary. McKay enjoys learning and loves to see a “love of learning” from the kids. He is very excited to continue to contribute to the overall success of FMCSD and all those FMCSD serves.
Hobby: Exercising, Music, & Reading
Snack: Smartfood White Cheddar Popcorn
Animal: Enjoys them all!
Color: Neutral Colors
Fun Fact: Mr. Mckay loves NPR!