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Madison School Highlights

Welcome to our school

Thank you for visiting our School Website. This website will give you more information about our school and school activities. If you have any questions, please contact the school office.

Madison Mission Statement

All students will leave our school with the academic, technological, and social skills needed to become self-reliant, positive, life-long learners, and productive citizens in the global community. This will be accomplished through the delivery of a challenging curriculum that emphasizes time on task, alignment to content standards, and instructional effectiveness within a safe and nurturing environment.

Madison Mariachi Performs at SUSD Board Meeting

The Madison Mariachi Band performed at the Stockton Unified School District Board Meeting on Tuesday, March 11 2014.  The Madison Mariachi had the crowd on its feet with an excellent performance! Great job Madison Mariachi!  We wanted to extend a special thanks to our awesome music teacher, Mrs. Smith, for volunteering her time to work with our Madison Mariachis.

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Thanks to Diane Barth for taking this excellent photograph.

Costume Parade

On Friday, October 31, 2014, kindergarten through third graders were able to participate in the annual Madison Costume Parade.  Thanks to all the students and staff who participated.  To view images from the costume parade, please click on the image below.

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New Students

If you have recently moved to the Madison Elementary School attendance zone, we want to welcome you to our neighborhood!  Please make sure to come by the Madison Elementary School office to enroll any kindergarten through eighth grade students.  Our office hours are from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

School Hours

Grades K-8: 7:45am - 1:40pm

Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:00pm

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Important Update
August 21, 2015

Dear Madison Staff, Students, Parents & Guardians,

In an effort to increase student safety, we will be implementing new afterschool traffic procedures.

   Students in grades 1st-8th, being picked up by a vehicle wil... Continue