Learn about your child’s school day and what they’ll be doing in class this year!
At 6:00 you will hear a brief presentation from Madison staff in the lunchroom. Then at 6:30 you will follow a mini schedule of your child’s school day, going to each of their classes and hearing from their teachers about the curriculum for the year ahead.
Please remember to get a copy of your child’s schedule from them and bring it with you, and that this event, unlike many others at Madison, is adults only.
You are invited to join Seattle Public Schools (SPS) for an upcoming community meeting. During these meetings, senior leaders will connect with the community to envision what a well-resourced school looks like. SPS staff will share a presentation, respond to questions, and facilitate group discussion.
Your feedback will help guide future district planning. This fall, SPS will review your feedback and develop an inclusive and equitable plan.
SPS has the opportunity to reimagine a system of well-resourced schools that is safe and equitable. The goal is to offer students the support, the programs and resources, and the inspiration they need to succeed in the neighborhoods where they live.
We are hosting five regional in-person meetings and one online meeting.
Central Region: John Stanford Center auditorium, Tuesday, Aug. 8, 6 p.m. Location: 2445 3rd Ave. S Seattle, 98134
Southwest Region: Madison Middle School commons/lunchroom, Thursday, Aug. 10, 6 p.m. Location: 3429 45th Ave. SW Seattle, 98116
Southeast Region: South Shore PreK-8 rotunda/lunchroom, Monday, Aug. 14, 6 p.m. Location: 4800 S Henderson St. Seattle, 98118
Northeast Region: Nathan Hale High School commons/lunchroom, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 6 p.m. Location: 10750 30th Ave. NE Seattle, 98125
Northwest Region: Robert Eagle Staff Middle School commons, Thursday, Aug. 17, 6 p.m. Location: 1330 N 90th St. Seattle, 98103
Online: Teams Meeting, Tuesday, Aug. 29, 5:30 p.m.
Translation and interpretation services will be provided at each meeting based on request. American Sign Language (ASL), Amharic, Cantonese, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese interpreters will be available. After the online meeting, a recording will be posted to the district website.
Co President: Amber Zeddies (President@MadisonPTSA.com) Amber hails from the great state on Minnesota and has called West Seattle home for 12 years. She has a son in sixth grade and a daughter at Lafayette Elementary. She previously served on the PTA at Lafayette. In her free time, she can be found playing with her kiddos, reading PEOPLE magazine, or playing soccer.
Co President: Nate Miller (President@MadisonPTSA.com)
Vice President: Melanie Miller (VP@MadisonPTSA.com)
Secretary: OPEN (Secretary@MadisonPTSA.com)
INTERIM Co Treasurer: Renee GratzerINTERIM Co Treasurer: David Bodmer (Treasurer@MadisonPTSA.com)
Legislative Liaison: Megan Atchison (Johnson) Legislative@MadisonPTSA.com) Megan Atchison (Johnson) is the legislative liaison for the Madison PTSA and was formally the membership chair. Megan is passionate about education policy and holds a Masters in Public Administration working for the National Center for Homeless Education. Megan has lived in the Seattle area for 19 years and has 3 kids in high school this coming school year and a 7th grader at Madison. Her goal as the legislative liaison is to ensure the PTSA is informed of potential policies being passed by the school board and city council that impact K12 education as well as advocate for the needs of our students.
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