• Spring Book Fair at Madison

    Our Spring Madison MS Book Fair is May 10-12. Students will be able to shop for books on the cafeteria stage during lunch each day and at Science Night on May 11th. Ms. Bell will also be unveiling next year's Bulldogs Read list at the Book Fair and you'll have a chance to purchase some of those for summer reading. So if you’ve been dying to purchase that next book in the series or get a jump start on the Bulldogs Read list, our Book Fair is just the place to do it. And if you can't find the book you want, you can also shop online at for a larger selection of books. Just be sure to use Bookfair ID 12123865 at checkout to have it count towards our Madison Book Fair. 20% of every purchase made will come back to Madison to help us purchase more books for our library. Can’t wait to see you out.
    Book Fair
  • Science Night on May 11th

    Bring your family and friends to SUPER SCIENCE NIGHT on Thursday, May 11th. Come have dessert and then check out all of the awesome, hands-on science going on in the commons. You can even earn extra credit from your Science Teachers. Our spring Book Fair will also be happening up on the stage. The fun starts at 6:30 pm and goes until 8pm. See you there!
    Science Night
  • High School Night: A Two-Part Series for Parents & Students

    Let's get prepared for 9th grade! Madison's counseling team will sponsor a 2-part series designed to help Madison 8th graders hit the ground running when they start high school this fall. The first night, Thursday 3/30/17, will be for parents and students and feature a presentation by a high school guidance counselor covering academics, GPA, credits, etc. The second night, Thursday 5/4/17, is just for adults and will cover aspects of parenting a high school student--staying involved, risky behaviors, boundary setting, etc. If you're interested in attending, please RSVP using this link.
    Madison front door
  • Bonnie & Clyde at WS High

    Bonnie & Clyde is being performed at West Seattle High School from March 30th until April 7th. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Purchase tickets in advance by emailing Go support past Madison students (and three current Madison students) as they sing and dance in this thrilling musical!
    Bonnie &  Clyde
  • Author Talk with Brandon Mull

    Brandon Mull, author of the hugely popular Fablehaven series,will be visiting Madison MS on April 18th during 1st period in the cafeteria. He'll be talking with students about his new Fablehaven spinoff series entitled Dragonwatch and about what it's like to be an author. Book sales and signing for all interested Madison students will be happening directly following the author talk. Pick up a book order form in the library if you plan on purchasing a book and getting it signed. Pre-orders are due to Ms. Bell by Thursday, April 6th to guarantee you get your first choice book. See attached form for pre-orders.
  • Updated 2017 Tour Dates and Times

    Due to the recent inclement weather, snow day and late-start day, Madison has rescheduled its tours for prospective students. We will welcome prospective students and families next week. No RSVP is required to attend.

    Incoming students and their families can tour
    Tuesday, February 14th from 9:30am-11:00am or
    Thursday February 16th from 6:30pm-8:00pm.

    Incoming HCC students and their families will tour
    Thursday, February 16 from 9:45am-12:30pm.

    Madison front
  • Need a PE Waiver Form?

    Madison students who are in seventh and eighth grades can elect to waive the state's PE requirement, but need to submit a PE Waiver Form with supporting documentation. (Sixth grade students are not eligible to waive PE at Madison Middle School.) If you are waiving PE because you participate in an organized sport outside of the school day, you need to submit with the waiver a letter from the coach or director of the sport stating the kind of activity and the number of hours the student is involved in the sport. Completed forms should be turned to the student's grade-level counselor.

  • 2017 Madison Tour Dates

    Tours for prospective Madison students and families will be held Tuesday, February 7, 2017 (9:30am to 11:00am) and Thursday, February 16, 2017 (6:30pm to 8:00 pm). Prospective students and their parents are welcome to attend either session to learn about Madison and its programs. No reservations are necessary.
    Madison front door
  • MOST Registration for Winter Session

    Madison Bulldogs, it's time to register for Winter session of MOST! If you need some instructions for registering, click here.
  • Basketball Tryout Packets Are Ready!

    Printed forms are available for both boys' and girls' basketball teams in the main office, or download and print the forms linked here. Athletes should turn in the ENTIRE completed packet to the "sports forms" box in the main office. To try out, forms must be in and cleared by the office by December 5, 2016. Remember, all athletes need to have a current (within the last 2 years) physical, completed by a licensed medical authority, on file to try out. Please use the checklist provided on the cover sheet to make sure your packet is complete.

    Download the Girls' Basketball packet

    Download the Boys' Basketball packet
  • Positive Discipline Class for Parents/Guardians at High Point Community Center

    Thursdays in October, November and December from 6pm to 8pm. Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 17 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Madison Middle School and the Puget Sound Adlerian Society will be sponsoring a 7 week long positive discipline class for parents and guardians of Madison students. Anita Garcia Morales, who has decades of experience teaching in Seattle Public Schools and working in the district’s race and equity department, will be teaching a course around research-backed strategies parents/guardians can use with teens to help facilitate better relationships for their kids at home, in school and in the community at large. This course is free and childcare will be provided. The classes will take place at the High Point Community Center (6920 34th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126). Each class will be two hours long, running from 6 to 8pm. They will be held on the following dates October 20th, October 27th, November 3rd, November 17th, December 1st, December 8th and December 15th. Call or email to register (252-9200). Registration and Attendance Form From the Puget Sound Adlerian Society website: “The courses help adults “work with” rather than “do to” children. Research is showing that improving family relationships is an effective path to mental and physical health for our children in midlife, and also to greater longevity.”
  • Early Release on Thursday (10/13), No School on Friday (10/14)

    Just a reminder that Madison M.S. will be dismissing TWO HOURS early on Thursday (October 13, 2016). There is also NO SCHOOL on Friday (October 14, 2016). Enjoy the long weekend, Bulldogs!
    Madison Front Door
  • Ultimate Frisbee Forms for 2016 Season Are Here

    Your wait is over!--Ultimate Frisbee season is about to begin. The paperwork that participating players need to complete before the season can be downloaded here or picked up in the main office. All players need a valid physical on file to play. Ultimate is a co-ed sport. The packet is designed to be printed 2-sided, so blank pages are normal if printing 1-sided.
    ultimate frisbee player
  • Madison Taking Additional 2-hour Early Release Days in 2016-17

    In addition to the district-wide 2-hour early release dates, Madison will be dismissing early (at 1:15 pm) on five other dates. The district-wide dates are: 9/28/16, 10/26/16, 11/16/16, 3/22/17, 5/10/17 (all are Wednesdays). The additional Madison dates are: 10/13/16, 1/11/17, 2/8/17, 4/19/17 and 6/14/17 (all Wednesdays, except 10/13/16, which is Thursday). There will be no activities or activity buses on those days, but we will have regular bus routes running on the early-release time to transport students home. Click through to read more about how teachers and staff will be making use of the early-release time.
  • Healthy Youth Survey--October 19th

    Madison’s student body will be completing the Healthy Youth Survey during their Advisory class on Wednesday, October 19th. If you have any questions about the Healthy Youth Survey, click on the following link:
  • Advanced Learning Forms

    Advanced Learning is now accepting referrals for the 2017-2018 school year. All English forms are available only through The Source. This is an entirely digital system so families are welcome to use computers at school to access them. For families that need the forms in languages other than English, they can be found on the District Website or as links on The Source when they log in.
  • Girls' Soccer Tryout Packets Are Ready!

    Hot off the presses! The girls' soccer tryout packets are available for download here, or pick one up in the main office. They MUST be turned in by Wednesday, September 14, 2016.
    soccer player
  • 2016-2017 District Back to School Forms

    District Back to School Forms: Above is the link to the Seattle Public Schools page which includes various back to school forms available to families including Athletics, Enrollment, Legal, Nutrition Services, etc. and translations. In instances where translations of these forms are forthcoming, this linked page is where they will be updated.
    Forms to Return to School SPS Website Screen Shot
  • 2016-2017 Supply Lists

    Supply lists are now available for students and families to access: All Grades Supply List 7th Grade Specific Supply List
  • New Bell Schedules 2016-17

    Madison start and end times:
    2015-16 Schedule: Start: 7:50 a.m. End: 2:20 pm.
    2016-17 Schedule: Start: 8:45 a.m. End: 3:15 p.m.

  • Bulldogs Read List for 2016-2017 is here!

    The list is out for the 2016-2017 Bulldogs Read books! Get started reading them now to be in September's prize drawing at the end of the month. Happy reading! Bulldogs Read 2016-2017 (with Fountas & Pinnell reading level range) Bulldogs Read 2016-2017 (by genre) Bulldogs Read 2016-2017 (with 6 word summary)
    Bulldogs  Read
  • Used Book Sale Starts Next Week in the Library

    The Madison Library's Used Book Sale starts next Tuesday, June 14th and will run through Friday. Students can shop for summer reading books throughout the school day in the library and books are just 25 cents apiece. And it's not too late to donate some gently used books to the sale and earn up to 5 free books when the sale starts. Bring those donations to Ms. Bell ASAP. Hope to see you out to pick up some great books that you can add to your home library! **Special Note for SPS Librarians: Books that have been weeded from Madison's library (due to low circulation or condition) must first be offered up to SPS librarians and then the remaining will be added to our end of year sale for students. Please contact Madison Librarian Stacia Bell to take a look at the available weeded inventory.
    Book Donations Needed!
  • Library Books Due Tuesday, June 14th

    It has been a fantastic year of reading at Madison with over 20,000 books checked out this year alone. Sadly, this is our last week of book checkout in our Madison library. Next week, you get to start checking books out from your amazing public library to read over the summer. The final deadline to turn in all books and still get your yearbook on time is next Tuesday, June 14th. Overdue books and other school fines after June 14th will hold students back from being able to purchase a yearbook or pick up a pre-paid yearbook on time. Talk to Ms. Bell or Ms. Penner in the fiscal office if you have questions. Picture Source:
    Library Overdues
  • Madison Spring Book Fair Coming Soon!

    With summer right around the corner, it's the perfect time to stock up on some great summer reads. Luckily, Madison's Spring Book Fair is right around the corner on May 3rd-6th, Tuesday-Friday. Students and families can shop for books during lunch on the stage in the cafeteria and also during Science Night on Wednesday, May 4th. Cash, check (made out to Third Place Books) and credit card will be accepted. A portion of every sale will come back to Madison to help us purchase new books for our library. Ms. Bell will also be making some of the new Bulldogs Read books for next school year available for purchase so that you can get a jump start reading them over the summer. Can't wait to see you out for some summer book browsing and shopping!
    Book Fair Coming Soon!
  • OUR OCEAN & YOU: Underwater Photographer Annie Crawley Visiting Madison MS April 7th

    In preparation for Earth Day on April 22nd, underwater photographer and author Annie Crawley will be visiting Madison MS on Thursday, April 7th to share some amazing underwater images with students and talk with them about the environmental challenges our planet faces from the impact of climate change and marine debris. Through her stories and photographs, she hopes to teach students about the interdependence we have with the ocean and empower them to take action in protecting it. Grade level assemblies will occur during 1st, 2nd and 4th period in the cafeteria and parents/guardians are welcome to join us. Contact Ms. Bell in the library if you have any questions.
    Annie Crawley with her camera
  • Soccer, Volleyball and Track schedules

    The district has released draft schedules of the meets and games for all Spring sports. The documents below are excel files of those schedules. GO BULLDOGS!

    Varsity Boys Soccer Schedule 2016

    MS - K8 Track 2016

    Varsity Volleyball Schedule 2016.xls

    JV Volleyball Schedule 2016

    Madison Bulldog
  • Music Boosters' Swing Dance & Auction

    Buy Your Tickets Here

    We have some fantastic items on our Auction tables. Including this - "Enjoy a family-friendly, two-story 2300 sq. ft. custom crafted cabin in the heart of the Pacific Northwest mountains. Sleeps up to 12. (Ski lift tickets not included.)"

    Madison Swing Dance Event
  • Spring sports' tryouts & practice schedule for 2016

    *All tryouts and practices begin after school and finish at approximately 4:10 p.m.

  • National Read Across America Day

    In honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday on March 2nd and National Read Across America Day, all students at Madison will be reading during Advisory class on Wednesday. We're also encouraging all Madison families to try to find time in the evening to read together as a family. "You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read with a child!"
    March 2nd is Read Across America Day
  • MadChat Library Podcast is Live!!

    MadChat is here!! Hosted by Madison students Katya and Henry, MadChat is your monthly library podcast for the inside scoop on books and interviews with your favorite authors! Check it out on our Library Chat Schoology page or on our MadChat YouTube channel (search Madison MadChat). Episode 1 is an interview with author Shannon Messenger. Power to the readers!

    **MadChat Logo created by 7th grader Henry.

    Mad Chat Logo
  • 2016 Spring Sport try-out packets available

    Spring sports' tryouts are around the corner! All the forms you need to have filled out and ready BEFORE you can try out are right here. Please be aware ALL paperwork must be completed, submitted and approved before a student-athlete can try out for a Madison-sponsored sport. All completed packets are due in the office Monday, March 7, 2016. Paper packets are available in the main office. (The electronic ones are scanned copies of the paper packets and were made to be printed two-sided.)

    Download the Co-ed Track Tryout Packet here

    Download the Volleyball tryout packet here.

    Boys' Soccer Tryout packet can be downloaded here.

  • Blind Date with a Book!

    In honor of Valentine’s Day coming up on Sunday, Ms. Bell is encouraging kids and staff members to have a “blind date” with a book this Friday. Come to the library and pick a wrapped book at random, unwrap it, check it out, and then see if it’s the perfect match for you. And if you decide to take the Blind Date Challenge, you’ve got to give the book at least a 3 chapter try before walking out on your date! If that sounds like a risk worth taking, come pick up your blind date in the library Friday and take it home to read over the break. And if you still aren’t sold, just ask Ms. Riach about her blind date with a book from last year—total success!!

    Piles of books
  • 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!

    Green Earth
  • 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 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 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
    Seattle International Film Festival
  • 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 a.m.
    • Thursday, Feb 11 6:30 - 8 p.m.
    Welcome to Madison banner
  • 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.

    basketball on white background
  • 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.

  • 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.

    Margaret Peterson Haddix
  • 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.

    YMCA Seattle Poster
  • 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.

    West Seattle Food Bank logo
  • 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!

    Hour of Code Logo
  • Advance Film Screening for Parents/Guardians

    We are very excited to announce that, during the week of December 7th-11th, Madison will launch the start of its Choose Kind campaign, an endeavor to educate and inform students on various aspects of harassment, intimidation, and bullying (HIB) and motivate kids to spread kindness to improve our school climate and increase student achievement. In advisory on Monday through Thursday of that week, teachers will introduce the Choose Kind campaign and conduct lessons on HIB. These lessons will lead us into a documentary film viewing on Friday of that week.

    Choose Kind Campaign
  • Guest Speaker Friday!

    Mr. Wheeler will be here in 2 days. There will be copies of his book and H.O.P.E. t-shirts available for purchase if you’re interested ($20/book and $25/shirt).

    Don’t forget the essay contest ends today!! If you have not turned in your essay to Ms. Riach before the end of the day, you can email it to her before midnight tonight

    "We can make the choice to persist and become our most powerful self, no matter what happens in out lives" - Keith B. Wheeler
  • School Is in Session Monday 11/23-Wednesday 11/25

    Although other district Elementary and K-8 schools are not in session next week because of parent-teacher conferences, Madison and other secondary schools in the district DO have school next week Monday through Wednesday as usual. On Wednesday we will dismiss an hour earlier than usual at 1:20 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. We will not have school Thursday, November 26th or Friday, November 27th - we hope you enjoy the time with your families and friends and have a restful holiday.

    Painting of a Thanksgiving feast on a table
  • Madison to Welcome Speaker Keith Wheeler November 20th

    Madison would like to welcome Mr. Keith Wheeler on November 20th. Mr. Wheeler has a deep history here in Seattle, and will be sharing his story of triumph through adversity and how education has impacted his success as a father, teacher, school administrator, author and now motivational speaker.

    Keith Wheeler speaking 11/20 at Madison
  • Math Night 2015 at Madison MS

    Mark your calendar and grab your calculators and compasses! Invite your family to join the fun for Madison Middle School Math Night. We’ll have math games, a raffle and treats! Tuesday, November 10 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

    mathematical symbols in a heart shape
  • It's Time for the First Book Fair of the Year!

    Don't forget that our first book fair of the year starts Monday, November 9th and runs through Thursday, November 12th. Students will be able to shop for books at lunch each day and at Math Night on Tuesday night. Pick up some of the great new releases for yourself or do some holiday shopping! And don't forget to check out the Teacher Wish List table and purchase a book for your favorite teacher.

    Book with pages folded to look like a heart
  • Order Your 2015/16 Bulldog Yearbook NOW!

    The yearbook pre-order sale runs from November 9th to December 4th. You can pick up a pre-order form from your advisory teacher, the main office or download from the link below. This sale will provide you the opportunity to have your name imprinted on the cover. You can turn your completed form and payment in on Tuesday or on Thursday at each lunch period for the next 3 weeks. Check payments can be placed in the locked box outside the fiscal office.

    2016 Madison Yearbook Order Form

    Yearbook 2015
  • West Seattle Regional SpEd Meeting @ WSHS

    Tuesday, November 10
    Staff: 4:30 – 5:45 p.m.
    Families: 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
    West Seattle High School Library
    3000 California Ave. SW

  • Author Talk with Shannon Messenger

    We had a great author talk today with Shannon Messenger. Not only did she talk about her Keeper of the Lost Cities series, but she also talked about her challenges in getting her first book published and encouraged kids to stay the course in whatever goal they are pursuing despite setbacks. And if you want to find out what Team Keefe, Dex and Fitz are all about, come check out her first book from the library!

    Four students in the library
  • Lunar Launch Party on November 10th

    Calling all CINDER fans! The Lunar Chronicles concludes with the release of Marissa Meyer’s final book, WINTER, on Tuesday, November 10th. In honor of it, we are having a Lunar Launch party at lunch in the library this coming Tuesday. Stop by the library by this Monday, November 9th at the latest to get your ticket to the Lunar Launch party and to pick up an entry form for our fan fiction and fan art contest.

    Winter Book Cover
  • 2015 Girls' and Boys' Basketball Paperwork Available

    The Girls and Boys Basketball season is fast approaching! Registration packets are available in the main office, and they also can be downloaded and printed here. Please submit the following forms by December 7, 2015. If forms are not turned in on time, students will NOT be allowed to try out and practice.

  • 2016 New Student Tour Dates Announced

    Mark your calendars!! 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
    welcome to madison banner
  • 2015 Open House/Curriculum Night Schedule

    ​Please join us for Curriculum Night on Wednesday, October 14 from 5:45 – 8:00 p.m.

    This is an evening event designed for Madison parents. Get training and support using the new Schoology tool. Follow a mini schedule of your child’s day, meet his/her teachers and learn what’s in store for the school year.

    Madison Front Door
  • Author Shannon Messenger visiting Madison on Nov. 3rd

    Author Shannon Messenger will be visiting Madison Middle School on November 3rd to talk with all 6th graders about her exciting fantasy series entitled Keeper of the Lost Cities. The event will be held in the cafeteria starting at 9:40 with book sales and signing directly following in the Dawg Pound. Book order forms are now available in the library for any Madison student who wants to purchase one of her books and get it signed. We also have many of her books available for checkout in the library, so come get your name on the hold list if you want to read one in preparation for the author talk. Parents are also invited to join us for this fun event!

    Author Shannon Messenger
  • Source/Schoology Tutorial at Curriculum Night

    Don't forget that Curriculum Night is this coming Wednesday, October 14th from 6:30 - 8 p.m. If you'd like some help setting up a parent Source or Schoology account, there will be a drop-in help session led by Ms. Bell in the library from 5:45 - 6:30. If you've already got your two accounts set up but want to learn more about using the Source and Schoology, Ms. Rubio will be leading a session on how to make the most of these two tools in the library starting promptly at 5:45. ​See you there!

  • The Great October Bookmark Challenge

    Do you love to draw and be artistic? If so, then you'll love Madison Library's GREAT OCTOBER BOOKMARK CHALLENGE. There are two ways to win: Challenge #1: Win a free bookmark of your choice when you read a Bulldogs Read book in October (maximum one per student). Challenge #2: Create your own genre-based bookmark and be entered in a contest with other Madison students to win a prize and have your bookmark printed and featured in the Madison Library. Click for CONTEST RULES. Entries are due by October 23rd.
  • Great Author Event today with Scott Westerfeld

    We had such a great author event today with Scott Westerfeld and his two co-authors, Margo Lanagan and Deborah Biancotti. If you didn't get a chance to attend the event, come find out more in the library about their newest book entitled Zeroes. Sounds like a ton of fun and, I don't know about you, but I can't wait to find out more about these superhero kids and their crazy unique powers!
  • Need help with Schoology?

    Schoology is brand new to the district and is replacing Fusion as our new teacher class pages. Students--if you need help logging on to Schoology or your parent/guardian needs help creating an account, please click on the tutorials below. These tutorials can also be found under School Forms.
  • September is Library Card Sign-up Month!

    If you don't yet have a FREE Seattle Public Library card, you're in luck because we have applications in our Madison school library. Either turn in your application to your nearest branch library or give it to Ms. Bell in the library and she'll hand deliver you your brand new library card. And if you turn it in ASAP, you might be able to get one of the new Seahawks-inspired library cards! Don't miss out on getting the most important card you'll ever own!
    Seahawks Library Card
  • Author Talk with Scott Westerfeld

    Author Scott Westerfeld will be visiting Madison Middle School on Thursday, October 1st to talk with 8th graders about his books and the writing process. Scott is the author of the hugely popular Uglies series as well as his newest book, Zeroes--an adventure about a group of superpowered teenagers who call themselves Zeroes. Scott will be joined at this event by his two co-authors--Margo Lanagan and Deborah Biancotti. All three authors will be available for book sales and a signing directly following the author talk. Click here for the Book Order Form and pricing. Families are invited to join us for this event! It will start at 1:30 in the cafeteria. Contact librarian Stacia Bell at if you have questions.
    Scott Westerfeld
  • Summer Selfie with a Book!

    Did you take a SUMMER SELFIE with your book? If so, it's not too late to submit it to Ms. Bell in the library for the back to school library display. Just email her at with your name, photo, where you were at in the photo, and what you were reading. Get creative! Ms. Bell will accept photos for the display until the end of September so it could be a fall selfie too!
    Ms. Koncilja's Summer Selfie
  • Schedules Available the First Day of School

    Student schedules will be available on the first day of school. Pick up your schedule in the morning beginning at 7:30am on September 9th at the following locations: - 6th Grade Schedules will be in the Library - 7th Grade Schedules will be in the Gym - 8th Grade Schedules will be in the Commons
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