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.
Dear Senator Community,
We are very happy to inform you that the gym building is now back in business. The one exception for the time being is the wrestling room. We’d like to thank the district for their quick response as well as the engineering and construction firms who did the careful work to ensure safe learning environments.
We have good news. The Madison High School Gymnasium is back open!
Happy finals week, Senators! Good luck!
For boys interested in baseball this spring, winter conditioning will be held M/W/F on the stadium field. Stop in the Athletics office in B4 to register for tryouts, which will be held Feb. 25.
Seniors: there are two upcoming college events: PCC: Future Connect February 12 @ 1 pm and Warner Pacific February 27th @10 am Both events will be held in the College and Career Center: B2. You can sign up for these events on Madcollegeandcareer.com.
Tutoring will be open during Flex time until 4PM both Wednesday and Thursday this week. Come get help on those final assignments!
AP TEST REGISTRATION - Students will not be registering in class for exams this year. Each student must do this in order to take the exams in May. Please see our links on the AP Exam Registration page of our website for forms and instructions, or select the Quick Link on the left of this page. The registration deadline is 2/15/19.
If you have any questions please see Mr. Skyles or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey Senators and Senator families!
It's time! Yearbook is collecting Senior photos! So start planning your photoshoot and get your pics sent to us as soon as possible! Bellow is the information you will need to give your photographer and how to upload your fabulous mug!
Senior Picture Upload Specs
o Only pictures that were planned for your senior picture;
o No Selfies (we will not use it if you submit it!!!);
o If at all possible, have a professional or a friend that understands portrait photography take your pictures;
o Wear clothes that contrast well with the background;
o Avoid direct sunlight;
o If at all possible, no full body, standing pictures. Seated is better. Hips to head is preferred.
2. Image Type and Specs
o .jpg only
o Minimum of 5”x7” (larger is always better)
o Minimum of 300 dpi
3. When ready to upload, please use the following link
4. If there are multiple photos, the yearbook staff reserves the right to select the photograph that best fits our yearbook theme.
Portland Public Schools will again be a featured part of the
city’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. tribute event. The 34th edition will
be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 21, at the Highland Christian Center, 7600 NE Glisan
St. The event will feature digital, musical and artistic performances,
and an array of community speakers.
The PPS Visioning initiative has entered a new phase in January, with a series of community meetings in which students, families, educators and volunteers will be able to share what they think the future of education in Portland should look like.
Christy Wheeler of Sellwood Middle School recently won the Oregon Counselor of the Year Award from the Oregon School Counselors Association. We asked her to share her thoughts on the role counselors play in school communities.
6:00 PM Board Work Session
6:00 PM District Board Meeting
6:00 PM Board Work Session