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School Schedule

Regular Day Schedule

Kindergarten Early:  8:00 a.m.  -11:20 a.m.
Kindergarten Late:  9:40 a.m. -1:40 p.m.
Grades 1-3:  8:00 a.m.- 2:05 p.m.
Grades 4-5: 8:00 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.


Thursday Preparation Day Schedule
Kindergarten:  No Change
Grades 1 -5: 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.


Minimum Day Schedule
Kindergarten: 8:00 a.m.  -11:20 a.m.
Grades 1-5: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

After School Supervision

Mon,Tues,Wed,&Fri:  2:05-3:25 p.m.

Thursday: 1:30 - 3:25 p.m.


Nutrition

To apply for free or reduced meals please CLICK HERE to apply online. Paper applications are still available in the cafeteria upon request.

Parent Guidelines

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Today: 6/29/17

New Student Registration for 2017-2018!

Enrollment for 2017-2018 is underway!

Space is limited and filling quickly!

Please visit our registration page for details!

You may enroll online during summer break, but enrollment will not be ...more

PREVENTING THE SUMMER SLIDE

Please click here for the Summer Slide Handout including technology and online resources you can use at home!

 

Facts about Summer Slide:

  • Learning or reading skill losses during the summer months are cumulative, creating a wider gap each year between more proficient and less proficient students.  By the time a struggling reader reaches middle school, summer reading loss has accumulated to a two-year lag in reading achievement.

  • Children who read four or more books over the summer fare better on reading-comprehension tests in the fall than their peers who read one or no books over the summer.

  • Teachers typically spend between 4-6 weeks re-teaching material students have forgotten over the summer.

 

 

Tips for a Successful Summer

Create a Structure  

Plan a specific amount of time and a certain number of days a week to do “school” work.  Make it flexible but non-negotiable. For example, 45 minutes - 1 hour, 3-5 days a week. Be consistent and keep yourself accountable.

 

Post the menu on the fridge

Choose 2 or 3 activities to do on the “school” days. Switch it up so you’re not doing the same thing everyday. Alternate between electronic devices and hands on, interactive activities.

 

Make everything a learning opportunity

Learning can take place anywhere - stores, restaurants, grocery shopping, gas station, car wash, on walks, in the car…

 

Learn 1 new thing

Count to 10 in different languages, sign language, cursive writing, origami, cooking, card tricks, cake decorating, knitting, painting, magic tricks etc…

 

Take advantage of resources

Libraries, city parks, malls and restaurants have lots of free activities. Check out Kids Guide Magazine. http://kidsguidemagazine.com/

 

Change the way you do things

Create new and different ways to do “school” tasks. Read outside at night with flashlights. Create a fort with pillows or blankets. Put up a tent or sprawl out on blankets.  Uses markers, colored pencils, or highlighters to do your work instead of pencils. Be creative!

Lost and Found

The office is currently in possession of several lost eyeglasses. If any of the glasses below belong to your student, please stop by the office.


Additionally, please visit the lost and found located by the ball shed for any missing articles of clothing. Any unclaimed clothing will be donated after the last day of school.

Madison Google Calendar

Please use the arrows to advance the month. This calendar is updated in real time and includes future events. Please contact tguinn@lbschools.net if you have any questions.

Madison earns 2016 Star School Honor Roll

2017-2018 School Calendar

The district calendar for 2017-2018 has been posted online here.

 

Additionally the calendar for 2018-2019 has been posted here.

Student Council

Have you checked out Madison’s Student Council yet?

Click HERE to visit the Student Council Page.

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Get Connected with ParentVue!

 

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If you have not had the opportunity to activate your ParentVue account, please do so today. Please visit the main office to request your activation key today!

 

ParentVUE is a website that allows parents to view their children's current and historical information, including daily attendance, grades, report cards, test scores, discipline, graduation status, preparation for college and more. It is also a one-stop location for links to other parent services including School Loop and MySchoolBucks (School meal accounts).

News

6/9/17

There is still time for students in first through eighth grades to enroll in LBUSD’s award winning Summer Enrichment Program.   

 

SEP offers children the opportunity to take classes from credentialed LBUSD teachers, supporting students' growth through unique experiences.   

 

This year the program will be held at Emerson Parkside Academy from Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon.

 

Session 1 – June 26 to July 13, $325

 

Session 2 – July 17 to August 3, $325

 

Classes available include:

  • For students entering first and second grades: art, music and Spanish
  • For students entering second and third grades: art, cooking and science
  • For students entering third, fourth and fifth grades: art, drama, earth science, general science, oceanography and STEM exploration
  • For students entering fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades: art, digital filmmaking, photography and STEM

To register, or for more information, go to www.lbschools.net/sep or email SummerEnrichment@lbschools.net.

 

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5/31/17

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5/23/17

View the attached information from the Long Beach Fire Department and Long Beach Police.

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Madison's Mission

The mission of Madison School is to provide all students with an education which improves and enriches their academic, social, and emotional development.

Madison’s Vision for Instruction

Following the CCSS and the fidelity of established programs, teachers will collaborate regularly and share resources and responsibility so that there is horizontal and vertical alignment across grade levels to ensure student success in a positive learning environment.

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Safety Reminders

  • Do enter campus through the front of the school or the student gate on Greentop Street
  • Do be a cautious & courteous driver
  • Do not walk through or park in the staff parking lots
  • Do not park in neighbors driveways
  • Student restrooms are for student use only. Please see office for adult bathrooms

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  • • Do not send sick children to school; student should not come back to school until they have had no fever or vomiting for 24 hours

Morning Drop-Off

Traffic on Bomberry, especially at the start of the day, can be busy. Parents, we need your help in keeping our students safe during morning drop-off. As a reminder, there is drop-off on Greentop. Parents are reporting this drop-off as a convenient alternative. Please follow all traffic rules. Do not double park, make illegal U turns, or back up your car into the sidewalk. Please use the crosswalks. If you find yourself in the middle of a traffic jam, be patient and alert. As a reminder, and again for safety reasons, please do not drop off your child/children in the Obispo parking lot. We appreciate your support of the Madison Community.

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