Mission: At Madison, all students will access an engaging and inclusive education defined by diversity and respect. All students will graduate from high school empowered with critical skills necessary for success in higher education, career, and community engagement.
5th - 8:15 – 9:33
6th – 9:38 – 10:56
Lunch– 10:56 – 11:30
7th – 11:35 – 12:53
Assembly– 12:58 – 1:52
8th –1:57 – 3:15
Our very own “MAD OBOBers” won at the Region 4 Oregon Battle of the Books competition held at Sandy High School on Saturday, March 16, 2019. At the end of pool play they had the highest score and went on to secure a place at the OBOB State Tournament on April 6th at Chemeketa Community College in Salem! Congratulations to our team: Meagan Graves, Lesly Valdivia-Marquez, Nellwyn Yott, Katherine McBee, and Alex Markwell. They wereKatherine McBee, and Alex Markwell. They were BORN TO READ! www.oregonbattleofthebooks.org.
The Madison PTSA is in search of new leadership for the 2019-2020 school year! Most of our current board members have graduating seniors and we are looking for new parents or guardians to keep our PTSA operating and moving forward. There are a lot of changes coming to Madison over the next few years and we need a strong PTSA to advocate for our teachers and students during the transitions.
Being a PTSA Board member does not require a large time commitment and there are several positions to choose from.
It is essential that we fill the open positions to remain an active and accredited PTSA.
AVAILABLE POSITIONS OVERVIEW:
PRESIDENT – Responsible for running the PTSA meetings, appointing special committees, and making sure our PTSA is in compliance with Oregon PTA rules and statues.
VICE PRESIDENT – Works on special projects and covers for the president when they are not available.
SECRETARY – Records the minutes at meetings and keeps a complete roster of members.
TREASURER – Keeps tracks of the PTSA finances and presents a financial statement at each general meeting.
MEMBERSHIP – Help recruit new members and report updates to Oregon PTA.
VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR – Helps recruit volunteers for special events.
Please let us know if you would like to learn more about getting involved:
The Portland Public Schools Board of Education approved a significant revision to the district policy on student field trips and out-of-town travel, and passed a resolution to offer comment on proposed construction work on Interstate 5 that would affect Harriet Tubman Middle School.
Dear PPS Families,
With hopes that inclement winter weather is done for this school year, we wanted to touch base with you regarding making up snow days. We thought it was important to share an update with you before Spring Break.
Lincoln High School senior Sagarika Ramachandran has been selected as the winner of the Oregon Student Journalist of the Year Award. Sagarika, who serves as editor-in-chief of Lincoln's student newspaper, the Cardinal Times, became the first journalist from a PPS school to win the award, which started in 2005.
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM Special District Board Meeting
6:00 PM Board Work Session
6:00 PM Distrit Board Meeting
6:00 PM District Board Meeting