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    • Girls Basketball Champs

      Congratulations to the Madison Varsity Girls Basketball Team! They finished the season UNDEFEATED and walked away with the trophy! Way to go Bulldogs!
      Girls Bball Champs
    • Humanities Family Night

      Come to Humanities Family Night, 6:30-8, March 21! Help us celebrate Madison’s young readers, writers, and thinkers by attending our annual showcase of student work. Interview 6th graders impersonating fictional characters at CharaCon. Stroll through the 7th grade World History/U.S. History Wax Museum. Enjoy an array of 8th grade projects: persuasive presentations, Black History Month PowerPoints, U.S. History Jeopardy, civics pamphlets, and Jefferson vs. Hamilton propaganda posters. Attendance is required for all 6th and 7th graders and some 8th graders, unless families make prior arrangements with LA/SS teachers. Refreshments will be provided; please RVSP on the form that comes home with your student so we can purchase enough cookies. We look forward to seeing you!
      Family Night
    • March Madness: Battle of the Books

      It’s that time of year again—MARCH MADNESS—but, in the library, it’s for books instead of basketball! This year, the Sweet 16 of the Bulldogs Read books will be fighting it out in our Battle of the Books for the title of Best Bulldogs Read Book of the year. For each round, Madison students and staff will be judging competing books in weekly Book Battles to determine which books advance to the next round. Round 1 starts Monday, March 11th and you'll be able to cast your vote all week (in the library or Advisory class) on which books you think should win each book battle and advance to Round 2. There will be a new round of book battles each week until the ultimate winner is determined at the end of March. If you want to be in the running for the grand prize, don’t forget to turn in your bracket predictions with which books you think will win each round to your advisory teacher or Ms. Bell by Monday, March 11th. A pizza party is on the line for the two Madison students with the best bracket predictions! Pick up a copy of the brackets from the library today. Let the Battle of the Books begin!
      Battle of the Books
    • Follow Your Heart Into a Great Book

      "Follow Your Heart into a Great Book" and join our reading campaign for mid-winter break. The Madison Library is encouraging everyone to read over mid-winter break and then snap a photo of their book with their hands in the shape of a heart. Send your pictures to Madison Librarian Stacia Bell at Photos will be shared on our Madison Library Instagram page (@madisonlibrary) and in a display in the library. Let's share our love of great books with each other. See more details at or contact Madison Librarian Stacia Bell with questions. Happy reading!
      Follow Your Heart
    • Black Lives Matter at School

      We celebrate Black Lives Matter Week at Madison Middle School in the spirit of unity, affirmation, and understanding. Students at Madison Middle School, as well as thousands of other students in Seattle Public Schools and hundreds of thousands of students nationally, recognize Black Lives Matter at School the week of February 4th- 11th. Madison MS students will also participate in advisory activities the week prior to and after this national week of recognition.
      Black Lives Matter at School
    • 2018 Supply List

      Madison Middle School supply list for 2018-19.
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    • 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.
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