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The Junior High counselors have been working together with community agencies to provide a series of parent sessions that we believe you will find very helpful. Each session will be held at a different junior high but ALL parents are invited to ALL sessions.
Parent Series Main Flyer
Sponsor: Mrs. Peterson
Madison students who are experienced golfers are invited to play nine holes of golf on each of 5 consecutive Wednesdays, beginning April 9.
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Check out the latest info on the Track and Field season on the Athletics Page.
Building Resilience in Our Children
Adults often view childhood as a carefree, joyful time. Unfortunately, our children will face traumas, stress and emotional upset. While children may face a variety of difficulties, their ability to overcome any of these challenges depends on their skills of resilience. Middle school can be a particularly difficult time for children as they struggle with academic demands and adjusting to new social expectations. They look to the adults in their lives to help them feel safe.
Read the Parents Use Your Power March newsletter for tips on how to cultivate resilience in your child.
Winter Edition of the Counseling Corner
check out the latest issue for lots of good news!
Welcome to the February issue of “What’s Up, Warhawk?” for the Madison Junior High parent community.
Volume 3 February 2014
This is one more way for teachers and the administration at the school to share information with you. Each issue will have a short piece from the President of Home & School and the Principal, Erin Anderson. If you have any questions or comments, please send them to Jamie Nelson, President, Madison Home & School (pbj2nels @ yahoo.com).
The district is now offering a cloud-based email, storage, and productivity suite for all junior high students. This product is called Office 365 and is provided by Microsoft. Students are offered a district owned email account, 7GB of cloud storage, and web-based versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. These tools are accessible both inside the district, as well as outside the district on any internet connected device.
Do you shop at Target? Did you know that last year, Target donated $690 to Madison Jr. High through their Take Charge of Education program? If you have a REDcard, you can designate our school and Target will donate 1% of all your purchases directly to our school through their Take Charge of Education program. It’s that easy! <MORE>
Remember, Get Red, See Green!