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School Year 2018-19

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This bubbly Madison kindergarten student loves playing with this friends, learning science and following in his dad’s footsteps. "When I grow up, I want to be a construction worker just like my dad." - Lucca.  #OurStoriesCRCSD  

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The 5th Graders at Madison Elementary recently finished up a community service project. With the help of a grant for Project Jack, they purchased toiletries and held a school-wide sock drive for Families helping families. They learned how to be a good citizen in their community. They also celebrated with a sock-hop! #OurStoriesCRCSD

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This first grader loves hanging in the Madison Library because of the Lego table. He says the table helps him learn art, his favorite subject. "I love ART because you get to draw and color stuff in." - Grayson  #OurStoriesCRCSD

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This Madison Mustang 2nd grader loves cooking with her mother and loves learning Math! "I love Math! There are lots of numbers and shapes and I like to learn both of those. I like to learn and get smarter every day." - Mariah.  #OurStoriesCRCSD

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Damarion a fourth grader at Madison

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SCHOOL YEAR 2017-18

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Generations of students have passed through the hallways of Madison Elementary. The school’s principal shares what makes this smaller school that's tucked away in a neighborhood so special.

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JoanieEngelbrechtMEET Madison'S STAFF

Name and position

Joanie Engelbrecht, Kindergarten Teacher

19 Years at Madison

 

What she loves about her job?

"I love how kindergarteners are always excited and love to share things and are ready to learn each day."

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Madison students use data binders to track the progress of their educational experience.

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I want to be a copp if bad people don't behave or do their PARRT I'll send them to jail.  Amir, Kindergarten

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Community service has always been a large part of the Madison educational process. Students learn to pay-it-forward as they move into middle school

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When I grow up I want to be president. Asher, Kindergarten

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I like Mr. Girdner because if we did not have a principal who would make up the rules? Cole, 1st-grade

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Each month a mixture of K-5 students meet all over Madison school. These “Friendship Groups” allow students to make new friends they may not have had the opportunity to meet otherwise.

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