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First Grade Field Trip
Thursday, December 8 
 
 

 
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Choir Concert
Tuesday, December 13 at 6:30 PM
Madison Gymnasium
Performers arrive at 6:15 PM
 
 
Field Trip 
Thursday, December 15
Leave school at 12:15
Greeley Rec Center
 
 


 
PTO Meeting: Monday, December 20, 8:30-9:30 AM
 
PTO Notes from Monday, November 28:
 
1.    Introduction: In attendance: Diana Rubalcava, Julie Nava, Benita Moreno, Maria Mendez, Erica Collins, Mr. Cervantes (came in later), Val Smythe, Edith Benevidez (Translator)

 2.    Financial Report: Treasurer Julie Nava

  • $15,062 in checking and $1224 in savings.
  • Mrs. Smythe funds for a staff Keurig machine. $400.00 approved for a Keurig machine for each building and for some coffee.

 3.   District Accountability Committee

  • Maria Hernandez is our DAC representative
  • Minutes from District Accountability meetings have been requested

 4.    Officers for Madison PTO

  • We will continue with only a formal PTO Treasurer for this year.

 5. Updates on our work this year:

      Playground:
  • The grant to Leprino has been accepted. We will receive a check 11/28/16 at 10:00 am.
  • To get the large Playweb, we pledged $3000.00 from our last two carnivals, and PTO pledged 9,000.00. The district pledged to pay for the wood chips needed to make the playground safe for students (new Safety Rules)
  • If we did receive the Leprino grant, it would also count for Madison’s 25% in a grant request to the State of Colorado for a new playground valued at $100,000.00.

      Increase Parent Engagement:

  • A survey was sent home. Mrs. Muro will share the results in December.

      Upcoming Fundraisers:

  • Mid January: Dutch mill bulbs
  • 1st week of March: World’s Finest Chocolate

 6.    Upcoming Events:

11/29/16 6:30 School Accountability Meetin

12/8/16 1st grade to Kiwanis Christmas Party

12/13/16 6:30 Madison Choir Concert

12/15/16

  • 7:30 am Board of Education members at Madison
  • 6:30 pm Choir to sing for Kiwanis Meeting

12/16/16 Movie Night Movie begins at 5:30 pm, doors open at 5:00 pm

12/19/16 8:30 am PTO

12/21-1/3 No School

 

Madison Elementary School

Junta de la organización de padres y maestros

28 de Noviembre del 2016

1. Introducción: En atendencia: Diana Rubalcava, Julie Nava, Benita Moreno, Maria Mendez, Erica Collins, Mr. Cervantes ( llego despues) Val Smythe, Edith Benevidez (interprete)

 2.    Reporte Financiero

  • $15,062 en cuenta chequera y $1224 en ahoros
  • Mrs. Smythe pidio fondos para una cafetera Keurig. $400.00 aprovados para la cafetera Keurig para cada edificio y café.

 3.    Comite de contabilidad del distrito:

  • Maria Hernandez es nuestra DAC representante.
  • Minutos del Comite de contabilidad del distrito han sido pedidos.

 4.    Oficiales del Madison PTO

  • A. Vamos a contuinar con el Tesoro formal para el PTO este ano

 5.   Actualizaciones:

      Patio de Recreo

  • La subvención a Leprino ha sido aceptada. Recibiremos un cheque 11/28/16 a las 10:00 am.
  • Para conseguir el Playweb grande prometimos $ 3000.00 de nuestros últimos dos carnavales, y PTO prometió 9,000.00. El distrito prometio pagar los astillas de madera para hacer el patio de recreo seguro para los estudiante ( Nuevas reglas de seguridad)
  • Si recibimos la subvención Leprino, también contaría para el 25% de Madison en una solicitud de subvención al Estado de Colorado para un nuevo patio de juegos valorado en $ 100,000.00

       Aumentar la participación de los padres

  • Una encuesta fue enviada a casa. La Sra. Muro compartirá los resultados en Diciembre.

      Recaudaciones de Fondos

  • A mediados de Enero: Bulbas de Dutch Mills
  • Primer semana de Marzo: World’s Finest Chocolate

 6. Eventos

Septiembre 29: 6:30 Junta del comite de contabilidad del distrito

Diciembre 8: 1er ano a la fiesta de Navidad de Kiwanis

Diciembre 13: 6:30 Concierto del coro de Madison

Diciembre 15: 7:30 am Miembros de la junta educativa en Madison

6:30 pm. El coro de Madison va cantar para la junta de Kiwanis

Diciembre 16: Noche de pelicula 5:30 pm puertas abren a las 5:00 pm

Diciembre 19: 8:30 am PTO

Diciembre 21: No hay escuela

 
 
 
Madison's 5th Grade Celebration from May 23, 2016
  
 
 School-Based Mentoring Program
 
The School-Based Mentoring Program is a joint venture between Partners Mentoring Youth and Madison, Meeker and Brentwood schools. We are currently recruiting volunteers for the 2016-2017 school year to provide one-to-one mentoring services in these schools to students who are facing significant challenges in their social, academic, and/or personal lives.  Volunteers (School-Based Mentors) spend a minimum of 1 hour each week with a student (Junior Partner) and commit for at least one academic year. Matches are based on the needs of the youth, as well as on schedules, personalities, and interests of both the Junior Partners and School Based Mentor. Partnerships decide how they spend their time together; activities could include eating lunch together, playing games, shooting hoops, or just hanging out. Partners also has community mentoring opportunities available at this time.
Please contact Kyle Lutteroty: 
kylel@partnersmentoringyouth.org or 970-378-6501 to learn more.
Mentors are required to pass a thorough screening process.
 

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 The Madison Eagle Pledge
Flying Eagle

 

I want to make myself better today than yesterday.

My teacher cannot do this for me.

I must do it myself.

I will treat others the way that I want to be treated.

I will honor the rights of others.

I will show respect and responsibility.

I believe I can learn. I will succeed at learning today. 

I am a Madison Eagle!

 
 
Welcome to Madison Elementary School!
Valerie Smythe, Principal
Patricia Muro, Assistant Principal

School Hours:

 First Bell: 8:20am
Tardy Bell: 8:25 am
 
Monday: dismissal 2:15 pm
Tuesday-Friday: dismissal  3:45 pm
 

  • Nondiscrimination Statement

    Greeley-Evans School District 6 and the Board of Education commits itself to a policy of nondiscrimination and shall not discriminate in its educational, employment or hiring practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability. Concern or complaint procedures have been established for students, parents, employees and members of the public. The following person(s) have been identified as a compliance officer for District 6:


    Chief Human Resources Officer
    1025 9th Avenue Greeley, CO 80631
    Phone: (970) 348-6000

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  • Help Needed!

    Madison students earn Talon Tickets when they demonstrate appropriate behaviors. Talon Tickets are worth 10 cents at the school store, or students can put their talon tickets in a prize bucket of their choice. One winner is drawn from each bucket at our monthly student assembly.

    To continue awarding these prizes on a monthly basis, we would appreciate any donations of new sports equipment, games, non-violent toys, art kits, blankets, or other items that students would love to win. Cash donations are also accepted.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

     

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