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2735 NE 82nd | Portland, OR 97220
Phone: (503) 916-5220 | Fax: (503) 916-2702

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School News & Announcements

Finals Week

Jan 27th

– Tutorial schedule

Jan 28th

– Finals

Jan 29th

– Finals

Jan 30th

– Teachers Planning Day (no students)

Feb 2nd

– Professional Development Day (no students)

Feb 3rd

– First day of second semester 


Madison High School

Athletics Department

2735 NE 82nd Avenue

Portland, OR 97220

Phone: 503-916-5220 x 79255

Email: askyles@pps.net

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January 2015

 

Searching for MHS Boosters Parents!!

Hello Madison Parents,

My name is Anita Lord, and I am a Madison parent and alum.  I have been exploring the idea of re-activating the Madison Boosters parent group. In speaking with Madison’s Athletic Director Adam Skyles, we agree there is a need for this support! Since the Boosters have not been active in recent years, the idea of a Boosters group may be new to you.

The Madison Boosters are Madison parents or community members that work together on a single goal: supporting the students involved in Madison sports and activities with focused fundraising which will benefit all groups. At this point, Boosters fundraising will occur in addition to any existing team fundraising efforts. The idea is to develop large-scale events to generate a pool of money to be used to fund travel, tournament expenses, team-building retreats, coach trainings, supplemental gear, etc. BUT, we need parents to make this happen!

We are looking for big ideas and energy! So, if you are looking for a new way to become a Madison supporter, then join us and become a Madison Booster. 

If you are interested in joining us, please e-mail me at alnoirtda@gmail.com.  I hope to put a team of parents together in January. 

 

Thank you,

 

Anita Lord

 

 

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.

Sincerely,

Petra Callin, Principal

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