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Madison WordMasters

WordMasters Challenge is a vocabulary competition based on completing analogy tests.  Students must not only learn new word definitions, but then use verbal reasoning skills to complete the test.


Grade 3:

Wyatt Berger

Allison Sommers

Sienna Smith

Cameron Kiszka

First Place with medal:  Branden White


Grade 4:

Chris Sailes-Laidig

Brody Minne

Jacob Rhodes

Gabriel Laidig

First Place with medal:  Owen Hamel


Grade 5:

Roman Hozey

Gabriella Meert

Madison Fifth Grade Recognition 2018

Twenty-seven Madison Fifth Grade Students took the floor after the Spring Musical for their recognition night. Mrs. Dance and Mr. McMillen took the opportunity to recognize their hard work. Thirteen students, Keegan Fall, Delia Heet, Sara Heidinger, Roman Hozey, Brooklyn James, Kayla Kiszka, Silas Laidig, Mia Lechlitner, Tanner Mammolenti, Gabby Meert, Mitchell Schindler, Locke Simpson and Clara Yoder, earned the Presidential Academic Excellence Award. Trevor Tener, Owen Bickel, Maria Mammolenti, and Joline Allen each earned a Presidential Academic Achievement Award.

Madison Spring Musical 2018

Miss Julie Kudzal conducted the 4th and 5th grade students twice in one day as they presented Pirates the Musical to grandparents in an afternoon performance and then to families again in the evening on May 30. The musical featured songs such as, Pirates All Are We, Stowaway, King of the High “Cs”, You Wanna Be a Pirate and Singin’ a Pirate Song. Each song presented students with a new musical challenge as they embraced the state music standards in an engaging way. There were some outstanding solo parts but each student contribution made the program exceptional.

Showcase on Madison Elementary for School Board Meeting

Madison students and programs were the stars of the show at Monday night’s Board meeting (March 26, 2018). Every year, the Penn-Harris-Madison School Board chooses a few school locations at which to hold their meetings. The school meeting sites are a way for the Penn-Harris-Madison Board of School Trustees to not only visit the schools, but to also give the schools a chance to highlight their successes.