Educational Therapeutic Support (ETS) at Madison

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Welcome to ETS @ Madison

  • Educational Therapeutic Support (ETS) @ Madison

    Home of the Madison Lion!

    ets 1118 S. 7th Street
    St. Louis, MO 63104
    Office 314-345-5651
    Fax 314-244-1948
    Principal: Marvin Echols, Jr.
    Hours: 8:05 am - 3:02pm
    Grades: K-8

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    The mission of ETS @ Madison is to provide continuous support, self-care, and personal growth for our students, parents and staff.

    The vision of ETS @ Madison is to build relationships with all students while providing structure and consistent reinforcements in a safe nurturing learning environment.

    Character Word of the Month: Perseverance

    Willingness not to give up when faced with challenges or obstacles.

     iPad Contract

    Please click on the ipad or qr code to sign the contract for your child(ren) to use an iPad.  You can opt out of your child(ren) bringing the iPad home by checking the second option.  The ipad will stay at the school in the Teacher's care. 


    iPadiPad Contract 


    • Labor Day, September 6th - District is closed.
    • School will resume as scheduled on September 7th.



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    September Birthdays




Madison Restart Plan

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Principal's Corner

  • Welcome to the ETS @ Madison Principal's Corner


    Marvin Echols, Jr. began his work with children as a Residential Facility Supervisor for the Department of Mental Health.  He also worked for Caring Communities as the Student Assistant Coordinator and as a Site Manager at Jefferson Elementary.  He was the Behavior Specialist at Dunbar Elementary, Vashon High School, Beaumont High School, and is currently the Director of ETS @ Madison Therapeutic School.  

    He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at the University of Missouri - St. Louis and a Master in Social Work with an emphasis on Behavior Management at Washington University.

    In his work he assist schools, parents, caregivers, teachers, and principals with behavior modification strategies to change inappropriate behavior that are displayed by children.  He presents contemporary and holistic techniques at workshops, motivation seminars, parent support groups, and home visits.  He has been instrumental in developing, managing and delivering programs that focus on bringing the child, parent, and teacher together as one.