Kate Flynn, Principal
Kate Flynn is the Principal at Madison Elementary School. She has 28 years of experience in the St. Paul school system. She is overjoyed to be part of District 742 because of her strong connections to the St. Cloud area. She has degrees from St. Ben's and SCSU, nieces and nephews in the school district as well as family who live and work here.
She is passionate about learning and growing within the Madison school community. As a leader, her biggest goal is to inspire others to reach their full potential: students and staff.
Little Known Fact: She has had the privilege of being a Creative Arts Principal and Principal at an International Baccalaureate school.
Meredith Boucher, Assistant Principal
Meredith Boucher is one of the assistant principals at Madison Elementary. This is her third year as an assistant principal at Madison. She has worked for District 742 for 20 years as a math teacher and academic coach at North Junior High and Talahi Community School before starting at Madison Elementary. She earned her education degree in K-12 Administration from St. Mary’s University.
Ms. Boucher is excited to continue as a member of the Madison team. She is looking forward to a great school year contributing to the success of all students and staff at Madison Elementary, while supporting the District Mission.
Kimberly McVay, Assistant Principal
Kimberly McVay is one of the assistant principals at Madison Elementary. She has worked for more than 20 years as an elementary classroom teacher and instructional coach in urban and suburban school districts. Recently, she served for six years as an elementary assistant principal in the St. Paul Public School District. Ms. McVay earned her K -12 Administration degree from Minnesota State University, Mankato.
She is excited about working in the St. Cloud School District and joining the Madison team. Ms. McVay’s mission is to work together with all staff, families and students to create a positive learning environment with a high-quality education where every child will thrive and excel academically and socially.
“Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.“ – Marian Wright Edelman