On Thursday March 12, join families and students for a night celebrating our music and arts program. We’ll have a K-5 Self Portrait Art Show and Sale, parent/student art demos led by Tamia Sheldon, musical performances and a dance party! All are welcome to attend this fun, community-building event.
Fun and learning on the baseball diamond! Seattle Central Little League offers tee-ball, softball and baseball for girls and boys from 4 to 16 years old. On-line registration and additional information can be found at www.seattlelittleleague.org. Email inquiries can be directed to: email@example.com.
Affiliated with Little League International headquartered in Williamsport, PA, Seattle Central Little League serves kids from all neighborhoods between I-90, the ship canal, I-5 and Lake Washington. Practices start in March, with games continuing into the first weeks of June. Tournament play, which ultimately leads to the Little League World Series, begins in July.
Many kids at Madrona play with the little league. Ask around your class, get your kids and their friends together, and let’s Play Ball!
On Friday, January 16, Seattle Teacher Residency Mentor Rachelle Moore’s first graders had a special guest. United States Senator Patty Murray visited their classroom and read them King Bidgood’s in the Bathtub.
Rachelle Moore was invited to speak with Sen. Murray. Both spoke about the need to expand opportunities for every student – starting with fixing No Child Left Behind… Rachelle reinforced the necessity of using multiple forms of student data, including test data, to drive instruction and assessing the needs of every student.
Madrona PreK-8 will be hosting school tours for families of incoming Kindergarteners, middle schoolers, and elementary students.
- Thursday February 5, 9:25am-10:30am
- Thursday February 19, 6:30pm-7:30pm
All tours will start in the school library. We hope to see you there!
Bingo Night is Wednesday, February 11 and we need prizes to pass out to winners. And, we’ll have lots of winners! Please donate a white elephant* gift. Label your donation, “Bingo Night” and leave in the office.
*unwanted by the owner but difficult to dispose of; valuable but burdensome.
Best wishes from the Madrona preK-8 PTSA!
We encourage staff to participate as well! Dec 15th – 19th
Monday – Lazy/PJ Day/Dress for Success Day for First Grade
Tuesday – Twin Day
Wednesday – Celebrity Day
Thursday – College Day
Friday – Dress for Success Day/PJ Day for First Grade
Students not participating in Spirit Week should be in uniform. The Middle School dance takes place Friday after lunch in the middle school wing. A flyer will be coordinated this week to get this info to families.
We need volunteers to help run our winter bookfair!
Set-up is Thursday December 4 at the end of school in the Madrona library, and we need about 3 more people.
We also need volunteers for bookfair sales at school opening and closing the week of December 8th. We will also be open during the Thursday night winter concert, and Saturday the 13th during the open gym.
No experience necessary! We’ll show you how everything goes, including working the registers during sales.
Madrona Alehouse, Wednesday, Nov 19th from 7-10
Please join us at the Madrona Alehouse (34th and Union) on Wednesday, November 19th to meet the three softball players that will represent our area (all have attended Madrona K-8 or Washington, and now Garfield High) in China in December! They are raising funds to pay for this once in a life time experience.
Come on out, mingle with friends and community members. These girls are exceptional softball players and student athletes. Two are alumni of Seattle Central Little League, one is a varsity basketball player as well for Garfield, and two play for Seattle Spice Fastpitch. We hope to see you there!
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Encourage friends and neighbors interested in Madrona PreK-8 for the 2015/2016 school year to attend our first fall tour. We will meet in the school library for a short introduction delivered by Principal Mary McDaniel and some of the school staff followed by a K-5 and Middle School tour led by the PTSA.
Thursday, November 13, 9:45am