Art Supply Drive’s deadline extended to June 12th!

Please bring new art supplies such as colored pencils/markers, coloring books, beading kits and/or a $5 check to MIT to support our friends at Seattle Children’s Hospital. The drive deadline was extended to Monday, June 12! Madrona students in ASB (Associated Student Body) have been collecting the items and monetary donation since June 5.…

Summer Clothes Donation for Bali and Indonesia accepted until Monday, May 15

SALT (Student Activism and Leadership Team) middle schoolers are collecting summer clothes for kids in Bali and Indonesia until Monday, May 15. They have had a good response and they thank everyone who has donated so far. The music teacher Ms. Jensen will personally take them to Bali. If there are more donations than Ms.…

Summer Clothes Donation for Bali & Indonesia

SALT (Student Activism and Leadership Team) middle schoolers are collecting summer clothes for kids in Bali and Indonesia. The music teacher Ms. Jensen will personally take them to Bali. If there are more donations than Ms. Jensen can take this time, other ambassadors will take them to Bali. If you have something to donate, please wash …

STEM Night

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. MIT is proud to present our annual STEM night on Wednesday March 29th from 6-8pm in the gym. The FREE event is fun for the whole family and will include outside vendors from Museum of Flight, Pacific Science Center and STEM Box… plus much more!…

Ultimate Frisbee

Wednesday February 22nd is the final opportunity to join Ultimate Frisbee. If you plan on playing this season but have not yet paid your registration fees, please deliver to coach Isaac or Coach Brad this Friday February 17th or Wednesday February 22nd. Questions? Please contact Monica Edwards or either of the coaches.…

STEM = FUN

Is your student interested in STEM topics? We have many opportunities from workshops, to club meetings, to family events. On March 29, STEM will take over the gym with hands-on activities showing how fun science and math really can be. Students in grades 4-8 can participate with their own activity, experiment, or invention.…