Madison Middle School chosen “School of Distinction” again

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From Nina Chambers at Madison Middle School – they want to make sure everyone’s heard about this honor they received this fall:

Madison Middle School scores 2 years running as School of Distinction! Madison Middle School is one of “10 [district] schools … recognized by PDK-WA , in collaboration with the Center for Educational Effectiveness, for sustained improvement as measured by seven years of WASL test scores. Specifically, they are among the top 5 percent of schools making the greatest improvements in student achievement on the WASL,” writes Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson (Classroom Connection, Nov 17, 2009.)

Madison was awarded School of Distinction by OSPI in 2007-2008, and is a 2008-2009 Great School awardee (“Great Schools — Great Teachers — Great Leaders”) as the award title changed & sponsorship was assumed by Center for Educational Effectiveness/PDK this past year. We are proud of Madison Middle School’s students, teachers & their record of academic excellence! Go Bulldogs!

3 Replies to "Madison Middle School chosen "School of Distinction" again"

  • star55 November 18, 2009 (4:51 pm)

    There is a great dedicated staff that works hard everyday at Madison.

  • Julie November 18, 2009 (7:16 pm)


  • Genessee neighbor November 18, 2009 (7:23 pm)

    Yeah Madison! And thank you Nina for sharing the good news! More good news needs to get out to the media about Madison and West Seattle High School. Great staffs at BOTH schools!

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