School News & Announcements
Greetings Madison High School Family Member,
The art department at Madison is currently working on upgrading the program with new a new kiln, screen printing, large format printer, and new pottery wheels. We have been fundraising for the past two years through art sales, community dinners. Now we are partnering with Chipotle at Cascade Station to help put us over the top on a few of our wish list items. We hope you can drop in on Monday, March 16th between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm and mention us or print this email and bring the flyer below and we will receive 50% of all the proceeds. Thank you for your support.
Susan Russell (Ceramics), Rick Graves (Fine Art), & Randy Maves (Digital Design)
(Monday - Friday, the week before Spring Break)
The purpose of Food Week is to bring the community together
to think critically about where food comes from
and how it impacts our health, our lives, and the planet.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 - Join us for Family Movie Night as we watch the acclaimed documentary,
Fed Up, at 5 p.m. in the Madison Library. Free kale chips and popcorn.
Thursday, March 19, 2015 – Community Dinner in the Cafeteria. Yummy tamales (meat & veg options) and
entertainment by JuggleMania! You won’t want to miss it.
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A Word From Principal Callin
To the Madison Community,
Unfortunately at this time, the Madison High School Varsity Football team will no longer compete in the Fall 2014 season. Our Freshman/Sophomore team will continue to play in our next two games and finish their Fall 2014 season.
After looking over the injury reports from the Varsity team, with the student safety in mind, we feel it is best to discontinue play at the Varsity level. We do not feel it is appropriate or safe to bring Freshmen and Sophomore players to compete at the Varsity level.
Thank you for your continued support for Madison football and athletics. Madison looks forward to offering a full athletic program next year.
Petra Callin, Principal
The robotics club is taking pre-orders for our awesome “mad robotics” shirts.
$10 men’s fit, $11 ladies fit (sizes larger than XL are slightly more).
Madison Robotics Team made it to the Superqualifier level (one level away from state) at the Evergreen Avation & Space Museum. It's a little hard to see, but they are wearing their shirts.