The Mission of Madison Elementary school is to provide a quality education with standards based curriculum for all. We provide a safe, orderly family friendly environment which values cultural and linguistic diversity. We emphasize academic achievement that promotes maximum learning and positive behavior. We have high expectations for all students empowering them to perform at their highest potential and preparing them for a global future.
Madison Elementary will set the standard for excellence in Twin Rivers Unified School District. An unwavering focus on powerful and engaging learning experiences that prepare students for college, career and life success.
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Next Principal Coffee Talk Meeting March 22
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Madison School Handbook
The Madison Elementary Student Handbook has been written to help your son or daughter ...more
Dates on Calendar are subject to change at anytime.
School Site Council
School Site Council 2016-2017
What is the School Site Council?
The SSC membership is constituted as follows:
Free Tutoring Help !!!
The Sacramento library offers tutoring help.
Discipline and Climate for Learning:
Madison Elementary has a zero tolerance for bullying. We use a progressive discipline model that consist of Tiered Interventions and PBIS strategies in order to maintain a safe learning environment.
Madison has a .5 School councelor to help service children of need.
Next PTO Meeting March 27th 3:15 Spanish Translator should be there.
President Brandie McConahie
Vice PRES. Maria Sepulveda
Secretary Eric Bolus
ASST Secretary Janeen Garcia
Treasurer Jon Glen
Member Mary Ann Blohm-Craig
Member Daniel Banner
Member Cecelia Kingsbury
Below Is A Tool Madison Is Using To Help Stop Bullying!
You have the POWER and Can Make a Difference!
We, the students of Madison Elementary School agree to be respectful towards each other even though we have our differences.
We believe that all students should be treated equally no matter their race, beliefs, gender, or religion.
By signing this pledge, I agree to:
Signed by:______________________________________ Date:___________________
Uniforms Are Now Required At Madison
MANDATORY STUDENT UNIFORM POLICY
The staff of Madison Elementary School believes that every student should be allowed to learn free of distraction. An environment which is safe and caring will only increase our students’ abilities to be as successful as we know they can be. The following Uniform Policy has the support of staff, parents, and the TRUSD School Board.
Students are expected to be in uniform beginning with the first day of school and will wear uniforms every day except on those scheduled days determined by staff. In addition to classroom consequences, any child not in uniform will miss the first recess of the day, and every effort will be made to bring the child into compliance, including calling home and seeing what is available in the uniform closet.
TYPES OF UNIFORMS
Students may wear solid navy blue or tan pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, or dresses and solid white or navy blue collared tops. In addition, students may wear their Madison T-shirts or sweatshirts on Fridays which are available for sale in the school office. Clothing must fit well and not be baggy or have holes. Belts may not be longer than 3 inches after buckling and must be black, brown or navy. Shirts with logos or sayings on them are not allowed, except for Madison T-shirts and sweatshirts, and they must be long enough to cover the midriff area.
Lace-up or Velcro sneakers are the ideal. No cleats, slippers, heels, flip-flops or shoes with wheels are allowed. Sandals may be worn but must be closed toed with a back strap for support.
Baseball caps may be worn during recess but are not allowed to be worn in classrooms or buildings. Knitted caps in winter are allowed.
Children may not wear make-up. Jewelry should be kept to a minimum. No pierced body parts except for ears, and earrings may not dangle. Hair must be of a natural color.
Jog-A-Thon April 7th
Spring Break April 10-14
SBAC Testing Starts April 20th
Open House/Science Fair/ Book Fair May 11th
What Does PTO Do For Our School
Here is a breakdown of the larger items that PTO pays for at our school:
classroom ink $300 teacher supplies $3000 ($100 per teacher) Field trips $2500 ($100 per class)
Holiday Night $100 JiJi Shirts $800 Science Fair Boards $500
Bank Fees/Bad checks $250 Teacher Lunch $440 Carnival expenses $1500
Jog A Thon Prizes $900 Santa Shoot Costs $1000 PTO Insurance $300
Classroom projectors $1400 Safety equipment/vests $300 playground balls $750
Parent Breakfast $150( + teachers bring in pot luck for this) Student Incentives $300
Uniforms to start Closet $500 No Bullying T-Shirts $400 Garden supplies $100
Drapes for the Stage $250 Library Supplies $100
So as you see, PTO helps in a variety of places to improve our school.
The next PTO meeting is Monday March 27th at 3:15 in the library. A Spanish translator should be there.
Saint Patrick's Day At Madison!
Farmer's Market At Madison, A Huge Success!
Summer School Applications are now available in the office!
Way To Go !
Santa Picture Day!
Madison Goes to Fog Willow!
YEARBOOKS ON SALE!
Yearbooks are on sale for $15! Yearbooks can be purchased online at ybpay.lifetouch.com and the code is 12845817.
Or you can fill out the envelope that went home with cash only!
ANOTHER GREAT TRIP TO GRIZZLY CREEK!
Madison Launches New Home Visit Program!
What happens when a child’s family welcomes a teacher in their home?
Everyone plays on the same team to help their student succeed!
Families are the experts on their children. Teachers are the ...more
A Quick Look At PreSchool
Calling all DADS!
The Watch DOG program is looking for volunteers.
Please find some time to volunteer at our school
Watch DOGS is a program that allows dads to come out and be positive role-models for the students at Madison. You can help during arrival/dismissal time, in the cafeteria and on the playground during recess.
WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) is an innovative father involvement, educational initiative of the National Center For Fathering. There are two primary goals of the WATCH D.O.G.S. program.
1) To provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important.
2) To provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.
Madison's Dual Immersion Kindergarten and First Grade Program
Twin Rivers Unified School District Nondiscrimination Statement
Twin Rivers Unified School District Nondiscrimination Statement
Twin Rivers Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, you should immediately contact the school site principal, Director of the Student Services (CCR Title 5 and Title IX Officer), Rudy Puente, at 916-566-1620 or email@example.com. A copy of TRUSD uniform complaint or TRUSD non-discrimination policy are available upon request.
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, you should immediately contact the school site principal, Superintendent of Human Resources/Labor Relations (CCR Title 5 and Title IX Officer), Dr. Jacqueline Perez, 916-566-1736 or Jacqueline.firstname.lastname@example.org . A copy of TRUSD uniform complaint or TRUSD non-discrimination policy are available upon request.
Principal Troy Holding
Vice Principal Amanda Forde
Secretary Colleen Smith
Student Class Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
1st - 6th Grades 8:15 - 2:57
TK & Kinders 8:15 - 2:57
Early Out Wednesdays
1st – 6th Grades 8:15-12:57
TK & Kinders 8:15-12:57
1st – 6th Grades 8:15 – 1:22
TK & Kinders 8:15 – 1:22
On Tuesday, March 21, the Twin Rivers school board met during regular session at the District Office on McClellan Park.
Please click HERE for meeting highlights.
Great news for the District — Cafe Services Team Leader Robyn McKenzie has been selected to represent Sacramento County in the California Classified School Employees of the Year competition! McKenzie is one of four TR 2017 District Employees of the Year. READ MORE:
8:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
TR District Office, 5115 Dudley Boulevard, McClellan 95652
Call your parent engagement team to reserve your spot today: (916) 566-1600 ext. 50035
Register online at www.tinyurl.com/SpringParentRetreat. You will receive notification from our team confirming your participation in our parent retreat.
Act fast - the first 200 parents/guardians to register will be able to participate in a variety of interactive workshops on both days!
Breakfast and lunch provided (Food not paid for with federal funding)
Click HERE to download a flier in four languages.
Thank you for being involved parent/guardians in our TRUSD schools!
Learn at home using fun educational online tools!
Common Core Standards !
Here are sites that show the Common Core Standards in English and Spanish.
Parent & Community Involvement
Our school's annual plan and some budget approvals are made by our School Site Council, which includes parents and teachers. In addition, we have an English Learner Advisory Committee to help students not yet proficient in English feel welcome at our school.
Our PTO is active and has helped us raise money for field trips and other fun activities at the school. New members are always needed. Our teachers welcome volunteers, especially for field trips, class parties, correcting papers, and special projects.
All curriculum development in the Twinrivers Union School District is based on the California State Content Standards and Frameworks. Curriculum guides are updated regularly by the Educational Services Department, to align with the state standards, district goals, and the statewide assessment program.