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    • April is National Poetry Month

      April is NATIONAL POETRY MONTH, when we celebrate the POWER OF WORDS! There are lots of ways for you to get involved this month. 1. Check out our interactive POETRY BITMOJI CLASSROOM to hear Slam poets perform aloud and to watch book trailers for some great novels in verse. 2. Read some poetry this month, including novels in verse--check out our special POETRY COLLECTION in our Library Catalog and put some books on hold! 3. Participate in the DEAR POET PROJECT 2021. 4. Participate in POEM IN YOUR POCKET DAY which is happening on April 29th this year. 5. SHARE YOUR OWN POETRY with other Madison students by reading it aloud on FlipGrid (3 minutes max).
    • PTSA Funds for Families Drive

      Madison Middle School Community, As we mark one year since the COVID-19 pandemic first hit Washington state, the Madison PTSA remains committed to supporting Madison students and their families, especially those most urgently in need. Your tax deductible donation to the Funds for Families Drive will allow the PTSA to continue to provide our families assistance with groceries, school supplies and other basic items. The contributions we have received over the past several months have made a big impact on our families' lives.
    • A Note from Mr. Kreiger, Ms. Riach and Mr. Gerston about WEB

      Madison's WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) Program consists of about 90 eighth grade leaders who help make the school a more inclusive place. They plan and run the 6th grade orientation, give tours to new students, and make relationships with new-to-Madison students. They meet during advisory and lunch and plan fun "get to know you activities" with the 6th graders to make them feel connected to Madison. We're reaching out because our WEB budget is currently unknown for next school year, but likely much smaller than this year. We are teaming up with Dream Dinners West Seattle for a local fundraiser. By helping WEB and a local small-business, your money has a DOUBLE positive impact in our community. For $50 dollars you can get three 3-serving meals (9 servings total) and $10 of that will go straight to Madison’s WEB program for next year. You can pay online up to 36 hours before the pick up time and then just pick up during your window. You'll have 3 pre-made meals that are ready to cook!
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    • Future Bulldogs--Here's what you've got to look forward to at Madison!

      We are already looking forward to the 2021/2022 school year. Take a peak at what Madison has to offer incoming 6th grade Bulldogs!
      Madison Bulldog
    • Free Community COVID Testing

      Covid-19 testing is available for all students, staff, family, and community members in this outdoor event. Everyone is eligible to receive a test regardless of insurance or immigration status. Testing is also FREE for everyone. We will bill your insurance if you have it, but will not charge a fee if you do not have insurance or your insurance does not cover testing. On-site interpretation services available through phone.​
      COVID Testing
    • The Hour of Code--Dec. 7-13

      Calling all coders and anyone who wants to use technology to change the world! In celebration of Computer Science Education 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 this week by going to and picking your one-hour tutorial of choice.
      Hour of Code
    • Author Talk Assembly with Dan Gemeinhart

      Author DAN GEMEINHART will be talking with the entire school during Advisory on Wednesday, December 16th about his writing journey and his hugely popular novel, THE REMARKABLE JOURNEY OF COYOTE SUNRISE! Students will start in their normal Advisory TEAMS meeting that day at 9am and then switch over to a TEAMS LIVE EVENT for an all-school author talk assembly! Students--start thinking of your questions now that you want to ask Dan!
      Dan Gemeinhart
    • Library BOOK FAIR Fundraiser--Orders Due Dec. 4th!

      Only 1 week left of our LIBRARY BOOK FAIR, but there's still time to purchase some books for the holiday season and raise funds for our Library. This year you can purchase from 100 hot titles (see book options at order link) and 30% of every purchase made will come back to our Library to help us purchase new books for Madison students! Thank you for supporting literacy at Madison!
      Book Fair
    • 6th Grade WEB Orientation

      6th Grade Orientation on Tuesday was a great success, with 8th grade WEB leaders hosting activities and “words of wisdom” for most of our sixth graders in small groups. We know that some of you couldn’t make it, because of other plans or technical issues, so please watch the 7-minute introductory video we showed at the orientation below. Also, if you did miss orientation, it’s completely okay: our Strong Start curriculum in advisory for the first week of school will go over absolutely everything students need to know to be successful this year. And, WEB leaders will continue to reach out to all the sixth graders as the year continues.
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    • 2020-21 Family School Forms to Complete and Return

      Madison MS Families--Please complete the following: Start of School Forms You may scan your completed forms and send them to us at: We also have printed forms available at Madison's front office.
      Back to School Forms
    • Pandemic EBT

      The application deadline for the Pandemic EBT Emergency School Meals Program (P-EBT) is September 11th. P-EBT is a new and temporary food benefit from the state to help families who are qualified for free and reduced price meals at school, regardless of if they are already receiving SNAP benefits. For more information or to apply.
      Read More about Pandemic EBT
      Posted on 08/26/2020
      Pandemic EBT
    • 8th Grade Promotion Video and Message

      To the 8th grade class of 2020, On March 11, 2020 it was announced that schools would be closed for two weeks. There was much whooping and hollering and cheering and high-fives in the hallways as students left the building for what we all believed was a two week “break.” Little did we know that that Wednesday would be the last day we would physically be together and see each other for the rest of this school year. Yes, we were robbed of our time together. But don’t see yourselves as helpless victims of this robbery. Instead, look to the future and what is ahead.​
      You Are All Butterflies
    • Resources for Remote Learning

      Find answers to frequently asked fall 2020 planning questions.
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