Any Madison students who did not have a photo taken by Lifetouch can now submit their photograph electronically. This photo will become the student's yearbook photo and ID card/Hop Pass (bus pass) photo.
When we return to in-person learning students will be able to the Main Office have a Student ID printed.Any student with an immediate need for an ID with a Trimet Pass please email Trinh Ngo, email@example.com after submitting a photo to the portal; she will let you know a day that you can come to Madison and pick it up.Please follow these instructions and use the link below to submit your photo:Photos should be in color.Photos must be cropped the way they are intended to appear (minimal cropping may occur when pages are created).Photos must be of torso and head.We must be able to see your face.Images must be a vertical portrait layout.Image size: 3” high x 2.25” wide, resolution of 300 pixels/inch (900 pixels by 675 pixels).File format: JPEG.File Name: LastName_FirstName_STUDENT ID#_grade. Example: Hernandez_Franny_STUDENT ID#_11th.jpg (use your preferred first name)
9/23/2020Good news, Madison family,We have added two additional days for students and families who were not able to come earlier this week. On each of these days, students can pick up/exchange a Chromebook, grab textbooks, or other materials.Also, if you ordered Lifetouch photos or if your student forgot to pick up their ID card those will be available as well.Thursday, September 24th - 3 pm - 6 pmMonday, September 28th - 3 pm - 6 pmPlease note that we have shifted the entrance to the cafeteria slightly due to the rain. The entrance will be by the ramp by the gym.Check with your teacher to find out if you have anything to pick up.Masks are required and social distancing will be practiced.
9/15/2020We know this is the first time Comprehensive Distance Learning is taking place. We're here to help everyone!! Please see the Distance Learning Resources tab (next to this Madison News tab) for instructions on our new learning platforms.If students need help with accessing their classes or anything else, please use this form and someone will try to get back to you between 9 am - 3:30 pm. Please list a PERSONAL email, not your student email, so we can reach you.Click Here for the Form: Madison Student HelpPPS Multilingual Family Line
The PPS Multilingual Help Line is a service for parents or guardians (in all PPS-supported languages) to communicate with schools regarding meals, tech help for online classes, special instruction, talking to your teacher, COVID resources and information, etc. Please call these numbers:
- Español: 503-916-3582
- Tiếng Việt: 503-916-3584
- Soomaali: 503-916-3586
- Русский: 503-916-3583
Here's our September newsletter which includes:
- How to connect w/ school counselors virtually
- Paying for College Night for Senior Families
- Night school registration
- College Possible recruitment
- Info for National Suicide Prevention Month
The first official day for the regular Comprehensive Distance Learning schedule begins on Monday, September 14th.
Click here to open the schedule: Madison Comprehensive Distance Learning Schedule
Madison Student Tech Help is still available this week. Click here to complete the form to request support: Tech Help Request
Please note that due to the poor air quality no one will be at Madison for the pick-up or exchange of Chromebooks or WiFi hotspots at the beginning of the week.
Here are the steps to get started with classes on Thursday.
Login by 9:00 am. click here to start:
Steps for Students logging in the first day:
> 1. Log into Canvas: Lms.pps.net
> 2. In Dashboard click on your class
> 3. In your class click on "My Live Class"
> 4. Click on your class period in the schedule
Having trouble? Login instructions for Canvas: HERE
Still having trouble? Click HERE to fill out the Student Tech Help Form. We will respond to your requests on 9/3 starting at 8am.
If no one has contacted you by 9am on 9/3 and you still can't log in, email firstname.lastname@example.org.Remember this is our soft start timeframe, so do not worry if you are still having trouble with logins.
9/2/2020Here is information that PPS sent out to AP families this document provides more details about the AP process this year at PPS and includes important links.Click Here: PPS AP Welcome for FamiliesIf your student needs financial assistance to cover the cost of AP exams in the Spring, please click on the link below.Click Here: AP Financial Assistance