Madrona String Ensemble Registration, Winter 2016

What: Madrona String Ensemble is a before school class that gives Madrona orchestra students the chance to advance their skills with the school’s orchestra teacher, Vickie Nelson Eligibility: Open to Intermediate, Advanced & MS Orchestra Students Dates: Wednesdays, Jan. 6th to Mar. 30th 2016 Time: 8:00am – 9:00am Location: Orchestra Room Registration & payment details can be found attached.…

Winter Enrichment

Watch the website for the registration link on Wednesday, December 16. Our Classes start the week of January 11th and run for 8 weeks. We will be offering many of the same Classes such as ASL, ART, STEM CLUB, UPCYCLE, YOGA, and HOMEWORK CLUB as well as some new lasses such as SKETCHBOOK SPANISH, BOOK …

Next New Building Meeting

Next Parent & Community Input Meeting For New Building: Wed. January 6th, 6:30-7:30pm in the library followed by the MIT meeting. Kill two birds with one stone and come out for both meetings that night! Note: This Jan. 6th meeting replaces the Dec. 14th meeting previously scheduled.…

Lost & Found

In the afternoon of Friday, December 18, the last day of school before winter break, middle schoolers who are SALT (Student Activism and Leadership Team) members will bag up all the lost & found items as a part of donation drive for Washington Kids in Transition which supports homeless kids in our school district and …

A Letter to Families

Madrona Families, This year, an important piece of our school improvement goal at Madrona is that students will increase their understanding and mindfulness as well as increase engaged academic learning time by following Madrona School Behavior Expectations. Mindfulness is the conscious awareness of our current thoughts, feelings and surroundings – and accepting this awareness with openness …

Dead Battery Challenge!

Dead batteries should be recycled. It is better for the environment to recycle them. Batteries contain dangerous chemicals like lead, cadmium, zinc, lithium and mercury. When dead batteries get put in a landfill, the bad chemicals go into the ground. If the chemicals go into the ground, it can stop plants from growing and …