Madison School enjoyed perfect fall weather for our Riley Bike-a-Thon on Saturday, October 7. But the bike-a-thon was not the only event on that day. It was also Mrs. Wisler's Birthday. Mrs. Wisler is an aide at Madison, attends student activities after school hours, co-chair of the Riley Bike-a-Thon, and an avid Notre Dame fan. She is a great role model for students of how to make your life count.
Riding bikes, wearing green noses, and walking laps around the playground are a few of the fun ways Madison students learn to help others. They also roll up their sleeves to organize canned food, pack meals, and collect quarters.
Madison Students and their parents enjoyed Parent Information Night on September 7.
Madison Volunteers were honored with a breakfast and a small gift from PTO. Students in every grade at Madison prepared a special way to thank Volunteers for their service this year. Mr. McMillen shared, “Words can not express my gratitude for all the volunteers this year. When this year started, I wanted to see more people in the building. You all certainly heard that call and benefited our students. Thank you!”
Madison Students enjoyed FITS day on June 4. FITS stands for Fun in the Sun. Students rotated through several stations. Parents volunteers and the MTFD - Madison Township Fire Department helped make the day special.
One of the most coveted awards at Madison is the
WORK LIKE A WISLER AWARD.
Classroom teachers nominate students who have exhibited WORK LIKE A WISLER traits in the classroom during the school year.
Mrs. Annette Wisler, teacher aide, is loved by all and brings a positive, I CAN DO IT attitude with her to school every day.
W – Work Hard, Warm, Welcoming
I – Integrity, Intelligence, Involved, Independence, Invincible, Interesting, Improvement
S – Sports, Sincerity, smiling, selflessness, service, support, sweet, spectacular
The Food Service Department of the Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation is participating in the Summer Food Service Program for Summer 2019.
FREE MEALS will be available to children 18 years of age and under, or persons more than 18 who are determined by a state or local public education agency to be mentally or physically disabled and who participate in a public or non-profit private school program established for the mentally or physically disabled.
There was a break in the rain on Wednesday (May 1) for the 11th annual “Running is Elementary.” The course was mostly dry, but the 4th and 5th grade runners did get a little muddy!
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Kids Club 2019 Summer Program registration opens soon! Click here for more information and registration.
Full-day childcare is offered at two locations (Prairie Vista and Walt Disney Elementary schools) for current P-H-M students in grades K-5. Children will enjoy a variety of educational and recreational activities, crafts and field trips.
Saturday, May 4
8:30 a.m. – Noon
Penn High School
Register online today! Early Bird Registration is available until Sunday, April 21 ($20 for adults, $10 for students)!
Do you like bubbles? Well, if you do, you’ll enjoy the Silver Mile Bubble Bash!
Highlighted changes for this year’s event: