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RESOURCES & INFORMATION
What is the PTSA?
The PTSA are the Parents, Teachers, and Students Associated with Madison High School. We are a non-profit organization committed to the strengthening of Madison and the building of our Community Network. We host monthly meetings (during the school year) to keep parents informed and devise plans for supporting our teachers, coaches, and staff to ensure that all Madison students can reach their full potential.
Attend a Meeting!
Due to social distancing requirements, we will not have monthly meetings at the school. We will set up online meetings this year. Keep an eye on the meeting calendar to the right for dates and times.
Want to be on the agenda?
CLICK HERE to contact the PTSA Board about being added to the agenda. Based on topics and time, we may not be able to add you to the current month's meeting but may be able to add you to the following month’s meeting agenda.
2020-2021 PTSA Board Members:
President: Reggie Fay
Vice-President: Robin Peterson
Secretary: Ann Sandstedt
Treasurer: Jim Holstein
Volunteer Coordinator: Tuffy Traylen
Membership Coordinator: Candice Fay
Web Administrator: Open!
Click any member's name above to contact them directly via e-mail.
CLICK HERE to go to the PPS Madison High School website
PTSA Meetings & Minutes
2020-21 Madison PTSA Meetings will be conducted virtually via Zoom from 6:30 - 7:30 pm. Minutes (when available) linked to the meeting date. Special speaker/event in red:
Tuesday, Sep. 29:
Tuesday, Nov. 17:
Tuesday, Feb. 23:
Tuesday, April 27:
PTSA meetings are open to all Madison parents, staff, students, and community members.
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James Madison High School under construction in 1957
MADISON HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMICS
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Click HERE to learn more about the AP courses & PLTW (Project Lead the Way) at Madison High School.
As an Oregon State Career and Technical Education Program, students can receive six college credits for taking Intro to Sustainable Agriculture, and four college credits for taking Urban Farming.
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Check out the Madison High School Graphic Design & CTE Program Website HERE.