Parents Night Out at Ounces Taproom

Madison PTSA Invites you to Parents Night Out at Ounces Taproom & Beer Garden (3809 Delridge Way SW) on Thursday April 7, 4:00-9:00 pm!
Take a break and come hang out with your friends and help support Madison Middle School. Ounces will donate a portion of all sales to Madison PTSA!

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Mission Cantina Dine Out for Madison

We are excited to partner with Mission Cantina for a Dine Out for Madison fundraiser! On Wednesday, March 23, Mission Cantina (2325 California Avenue SW) will donate 20% of all sales, including food, alcohol, and gift cards.

We encourage Madison families to support this local restaurant while also supporting your Madison PTSA!

Here are four great ways to participate:

  1. DINE IN: Mission Cantina will be open 4:00-10:00 pm.
  2. PICK UP: View the menu and then place your to-go order at (206) 937-8220.
  3. TAKE AND BAKE: Pre-order “The Whole Enchilada” kit by Monday, March 21. [PRE-ORDERS ARE NOW CLOSED]
  4. STAY HOME: Buy a gift card to use another day.

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Krispy Kreme

Let’s celebrate Spring in a sweet way and help us raise some dough for Madison at the same time! There are two ways to get in on this sweet deal:

  1. Pre-order a dozen glazed doughnuts for $13, to be picked up in front of Madison Middle School on Friday, March 25, between 8:15-9:00 am and 3:45-4:30 pm.
  2. Buy a “Digital Dozen” for $13. Digital gift cards will be delivered via email after the fundraiser ends to be redeemed ANY time at ANY Krispy Kreme location.

Orders accepted until March 22 – DON’T DELAY!

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Madison Anti-Racism Event with Anita Garcia Morales

Madison students, parents, caregivers and educators are invited to join the Madison PTSA Racial Equity Team for “Our History: A Different Perspective,” with Anita Garcia Morales, Co-founder of Racing to Equity, on Thursday, March 31, 7:00-8:30 pm, via Zoom. We are also welcoming families of feeder schools in the region.

Participants will:

  • Gain a historical understanding of the intentional construction of racism and classism and its present-day impact
  • Explore personal connections and how vestiges of the ‘history’ you learned manifest and impact your personal (and professional life)
  • Deepen knowledge about the four kinds of racism and what is within your sphere of influence to change
  • Cross-pollinate ideas and develop intentional practices to thrive as citizens centered on racial equity

There will be time for individual, small group and whole group participation. This interactive learning is geared toward middle school ages and up. After this session, you will more fully understand the roots of the institutional and structural racism and classism at all levels of our society.

Register now so we can send you the Zoom link before the meeting. We look forward to having you join us!

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Seattle Schools 2022 Levies

Have You Voted Yet?

You should have received your ballot for the February 8 special election. Seattle Public Schools has two measures that renew funding for students, staff, and schools.

Learn more about the levies and what they fund.

To find out more about how to vote in King County, how to register to vote, and what to do if you lost your ballot, visit the King County Elections website.

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Washington State PTA Focus on Advocacy Week January 17-21, 2022

Your voice matters!

PTA’s legacy is strong because of passionate advocates just like you building our legislative platform, one resolution at a time.

Join us for Focus on Advocacy Week, January 17-21, 2022, as we share our priorities with our legislators in Olympia.

Throughout Focus on Advocacy Week, we will send you calls to action to help you share your opinion and your story with your legislators. Subscribe to the WSPTA Action Network today to engage in the calls to action.

Schedule for Engagement:

  • Monday, January 17 – Call to Action: Focus on dismantling racism
  • Tuesday, January 18 – Call to Action: Focus on equity
  • Wednesday, January 19 – Call to Action: Focus on mental health & wellness
  • Thursday, January 20 – Call to Action: Focus on preserving funding
  • Friday, January 21 – Call to Action: Focus on safety and emergency preparedness

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