M.O.S.T Programs are FREE to all students and are funded by the 2004 Families and Education Levy & YMCA Partners with Youth Campaign. Snacks and transportation are provided for those attending activities. The main focus of this program is to build relationships with students and their families while keeping them connected to school. This is done through a number ways, including providing students with lunch time activities, coordinating evening family events, and implementing the all-school Heroes' Mentoring Program designed to connect students with staff here at Madison.
The YMCA also offers a summer school program called Y.U. LEARN where a select group of students from Madison and the four other middle school CLC sites (Aki Kurose, Hamilton, Meany, and Washington) get to experience college life as well as work on math and language arts skills in a classroom-like setting. A second summer program--Level 9--for current 8th graders starting 9th next school year, is offered for students going on to: West Seattle, Chief Sealth & Franklin high schools.
Roderick Booker is the main contact for this program.
Join and display your artistic side as well as create masterpieces to hold onto for a lifetime.
6th Grade Support
Students will receive assistance in their daily work and organized skills.
Activity Coordinator - Greg Hatcher
Auditions in March. Listen to the morning announcements for Upcoming Details
Pursue your interest in writing fiction or non-fiction pieces.
Study & Skills
This programs combines work and play to support students with homework, academics, and fun games and activities.
MOST Student Council
Student will have the opportunity to be the voices of our thriving after school program.
Activity Coordinators: Mr. Booker
Meets on seven Fridays for one hour. Club members explore a topic or strategy in depth, using Creative Problem Solving in School Mathematics (or other sources), or they practice for the contests, using nonroutine problems. Meeting are from February 11th - April 8th. No transportation on Fridays.
Activity Coordinator: Mr. Trotter
For students who want to give back to their community.
Activity Coordinators: Stacey Riley
Take pictures and create memories for the annual Madison Middle School Yearbook. (Invite Only)
Activity Coordinator: Ms. Matter and Ms. Andreasen
Lady Bulldogs Dance
Girls are invited to learn new dancing techniques and choreography to new and old school hip hop music. The Lady Bulldogs will perform monthly for both fellow classmates and the community.
Activity Coordinator - Ms. Isaacson (open 2nd semester)