Announcements


  • West Seattle HCC Pathway Information Night

    Next year Madison Middle School will become an HCC (Highly Capable Cohort formerly known as APP) pathway option school, an exciting next step in West Seattle's advanced learning options that began with the opening of Fairmount Park Elementary last year. This event provides an opportunity to learn more about the new middle school pathway in West Seattle and the preparations underway for its successful launch in the fall. Topics include course offerings, class structure, and the options following middle school, along with any questions you may have. Speakers will include representatives from the Advanced Learning Office, Madison administration and faculty, and both West Seattle High School and Chief Sealth International High School.
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  • 2016 Environmental Slam

    The 2016 Environmental Slam is coming up and, if you care about our environment and want it to be around for many years to come, you should get involved! What: A city-wide competition between middle and high school students where students create 5 minute presentations to highlight a current environmental issue (of their choosing) and a possible solution. Who: Interested Madison students can work in groups or on their own to create their presentation. When: Students will present to a Madison MS panel of judges in March (exact date TBD) and the winning team will then go on to represent Madison at the city-wide competition in April (location and exact date TBD). Criteria: Click here for more directions and the presentation criteria. ***There will be an informational meeting in the library on Wednesday, Feb. 3rd at all three lunches with Ms. Bell. Interested students at all grade levels must submit their topic and attached planning sheet to Ms. Clement (Rm. 210) by Wednesday, Feb. 17th.
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  • SIFF Films Coming to Madison

    Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) will be bringing the filmmakers of two award winning documentaries to Madison MS to show their movies to our students and engage them in Q & A sessions. 1. Oil & Water https://vimeo.com/93454183 Oil & WaterFriday, January 29th from 8-10:30: Film Viewing and Q & A for 7th graders with Laurel Spellman Smith and Francine Strickwerda (the writer and director are former SPS students) 2. Sweet Crude https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJIaremXipo Sweet CrudeMonday, February 2nd from 8-10:30: Film Viewing and Q & A for 6th graders with Mr. Sciarrone Tuesday, February 3rd from 8-10:30: Film Viewing and Q & A for 8th graders with the film’s director/writer Sandy Cioffi
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  • Tour and Open House Dates for 2016-17 Prospective Students

    Tours for prospective Madison Middle School students for the 2016-2017 school year have been set. Parents and students are welcome at either session. Reservations are NOT required. Both sessions include a tour of the school and the chance to hear what Madison is all about. The morning date will provide you the chance to see the school building while classes are in session. Thursday, Feb 4 8:30-10 AM Thursday, Feb 11 6:30-8 PM
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  • JV Basketball Schedules for 2016 posted

    Seattle Public Schools have announced the middle school junior varsity basketball schedules for the 2016 season. You can find details here. Go Bulldogs!

    Here is the boys' junior varsity schedule.

    Here is the girls' junior varsity schedule.

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  • Varsity Boys' and Girls' Basketball schedules posted


    Seattle Public Schools have announced the middle school varsity basketball schedules for the 2016 season. You can find details here. JV schedules will be posted when they are announced. Go Bulldogs!

    Here is the boys' varsity schedule.

    Here is the girls' varsity schedule.


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  • Author Talk with Margaret Peterson Haddix

    We are super lucky to have bestselling author Margaret Peterson Haddix visiting Madison MS on January 29th during 7th period to speak with all 7th graders and some 6th graders about her newest thriller entitled Under Their Skin. She is also the author of the amazing Among the Hidden dystopian series. Come check one out today to prepare for her author talk at the end of the month. Click here for the order form in case you want to purchase one of her books at the author talk and get it personally signed by her. Check in with Ms. Bell in the library if you have any questions.
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  • MOST Winter Session Registration is OPEN!


    Madison Out of School Time (MOST) programs are after school classes that take place at Madison Middle School. Registration for MOST Winter Activities is open NOW! Madison students have the opportunity to take interesting classes and engage with other students and adults outside of the school day. Some of the activities available this session include: Barber School 101, Minecraft,  Hip Hop Dance, Cartooning, Yoga, Homework Club (FREE!) and Cooking 101.

    MOST takes place from Monday-Thursday 2:30-4:30 pm (not on early release days, though) and transportation home is provided for most students on an activity bus or with a Metro token. This session begins January 19 and runs through March 31. 

    You can sign up online OR using paper forms available in the office (or print and return one from the link here). 
    Click here for the instructions for online registration.

    Click here for the paper registration forms (print, fill out & return).

    Questions? Please contact the Madison YMCA Community Learning Center at 206-252-9135 or students can stop by room L112 during their lunch hour. 

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  • Science Class Food Drive Running January 11-22

    It's that time of year to kick-off the 2016 Food Drive with the Science Classroom Food Drive Competition. In years past our school has done this event in November. In past, over 3,600 pounds of food was collected and donated directly to Madison families. Help your students reach a goal this year. We will collect and donate directly to WS Food Bank to help our West Seattle community.

    Please donate canned vegetables/fruit/soup, apple sauce, pasta & pasta sauce, chili & beans (dried or canned). These are suggestions– any canned food is appreciated.

    **If pulling from your pantry. Please be sure that canned foods are not damaged or food shelf life has not expired. We have had to dispose of a lot of canned and pasta goods in the past. Thank You

    Please have your student(s) drop off canned goods to their science teacher's classrooms during the food drive dates (above). The competition is based on weight, and the winning class will be announced on Tuesday, January 26th and given much praise for doing service to our community. They will also receive the coveted “Turkey Cup” trophy to display in class for the year.

    Thank You for your support.
    If you have any questions please reach out to your student's Science teacher or Lora Bunch

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  • The Hour of Code

    Calling all coders and anyone who wants to use technology to change the world! In celebration of Computer Science Education Week that is happening all next week, our school is joining in on the largest learning event in history, The Hour of Code. More than 100 million students worldwide have already tried an Hour of Code and we want to add even more! Students and adults can participate any time next week by going to http://code.org/learn and picking their one-hour tutorial of choice. The library will also be open each day during lunch for coding. Be sure to let Ms. Bell know if you participate so that she can give you a certificate and keep a record of all the coders from Madison. Will you be one of the 100 million+ to participate?
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Contact


Madison Middle School
3429 45th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116

Main Phone: (206) 252-9200

Attendance:(206) 252-9204
send an email to attendance madisonms.attendance@seattleschools.org

Principal: Dr. Robert Gary rgary@seattleschools.org 

School Admins: 
Jason Sciarrone jmsciarrone@seattleschools.org

Anita Roberson abroberson@seattleschools.org

 


Resources

Bell Schedule

Start Time: 7:50 a.m.

End Time: 2:20 p.m.

Period Time
1st 7:50-8:40 
2nd 8:45-9:35 
3rd (advisory) 9:40-10:05 
4th  10:10-11:00

1st Lunch
2nd Lunch
3rd Lunch
11:00-11:30
11:30-12:00
12:00-12:30

5th period
depending on lunch. 
11:05-12:30
6th 12:35 - 1:25
7th  1:30 - 2:20

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