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    • Madison MS Flu Shot Clinic--Oct. 29, 3:30-5:30

      You can help keep our school community be healthy and flu free this season! Influenza (“the flu”) is a serious and potentially life-threatening disease. Overall, each year students miss approximately 38 million school days due to the flu and parents miss more than 10 million work days caring for their sick children. According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), the single best way to protect you and your family from influenza is to receive a flu vaccine each year. Our school is partnering with the Seattle Visiting Nurse Association to provide flu vaccines for students, staff, families, and community members on Monday, October 29th, from 3:30 to 5:30pm in the library foyer at Madison. Vaccines are free with most insurance plans (please bring insurance card or information), and there will be a $40 fee for uninsured participants. Participants under 18 years old will need a consent form signed by a parent or guardian. Download the Consent Form here. Madison Middle School students can also receive flu vaccines free of charge any time by visiting our NeighborCare School-Based Health Center. Please contact Nurse Mindy ( with any questions.
    • Math Night is November 7th

      Math Night is coming up on November 7th from 6:30-8pm in the commons at Madison. We hope you can join us! Objective: This is an evening for Madison families to learn about the math resources at our school and enjoy math games and activities together. Math Sessions: - “Are you smarter than a middle-schooler?” (Ms. Riach — Room 113) - What kind of mindset do you have? (Mr. Trotter—Commons Station) Activities: - Games, Dominoes, Set, Chess, Checkers - Estimation Station, Raffles, Graffiti, Origami - Opportunity to play games with your family - Book Fair on the stage - Refreshments will be provided! Special Note: All students must be accompanied by an adult in order to attend.
      Family Math Night
    • Healthy Youth Survey

      Greetings Parents and Guardians! In the first day packet there was a letter regarding the administration of the upcoming Healthy Youth Survey. This survey will be administered to 6th and 8th graders on Oct.10th in Social Studies classes. It is anonymous and confidential. Schools across the state take the survey to provide valuable information. It includes questions related to physical activity, diet, substance use/abuse, sexual behaviors/abuse/orientation, and risk and protective factors. Participation IS voluntary and, again, students' answers are anonymous. For more information, you can pick up an informational parent letter in the main office or email If you wish to have your student opt-out, please contact the office at 206-252-9200.
      Healthy Youth Survey
    • 2018 Supply List

      Madison Middle School supply list for 2018-19.
      Circle of colored pencils
    • Bulldog Read list is here for 2018-2019!

      The list is out for the 2018-2019 Bulldogs Read books! Students can get a head start reading them over the summer in order to be in September's prize drawing. To track the books you read over the summer and next year, please go to and submit a quick response after each book you read.  Happy reading!
      bulldog reading a book and wearing glasses
    • SchoolPay Online Payments Available Now

      Seattle Public Schools' new online payment system, SchoolPay, is going live at Madison. Through SchoolPay you'll be able to pay for field trips, order athletic team sweatshirts, pay library fines, pay for tickets to school drama events, etc.  To take advantage of this new service, you'll need to have an active Source account. If you don't have a Source account, please see these instructions for setting up a Seattle Public Schools' Source account.
      School Pay Logo
    • Class of 2020 Long Sleeve T-shirt

      6th graders, get your class of 2020 shirt!
      Class of 2020 Shirt Design