Registration now open for projects at Madison Schools on Sept. 30
School Connect helps build partnerships by engaging the faith community and collaborating with community partners to adopt local schools. During the Love Our Schools Day, thousands of participants from dozens of churches and community partners serve at Madison Schools and hundreds of Arizona Schools. Volunteers may register for specific events to be held at each Madison School.
Currently there are 1,171 public schools in Maricopa County that serve 717,217 students. These schools
enjoy a community of students, teachers and administrators, rich in diversity and culture. However, school
budgets are limited, so the Love Our Schools events make sure our schools and students don’t suffer.
The event takes place Sept. 30 from 8 a.m. – noon.
Visit these links for specific project details:
Madison Rose Lane Elementary projects include power washing windows, playground painting, gardening and new fence.
Madison Park Middle School project is Booster/PTO Room clean-up and remodel.
Madison No. 1 Middle School project is outside maintenance.
Madison Camelview Elementary projects include planting shrubs, organizing book rooms and sprucing up bulletin boards.
Madison Meadows Middle School projects include campus door safety markers, clean locker rooms, teachers’ lounge spruce up and stock, playground painting, breezeway light, power wash and outside cleaning.
Madison Simi’s Elementary project is washing teachers’ cars.
Madison Heights Elementary projects include stocking the teacher’s café, teacher’s pet and planting pots.
For more information, please visit http://www.schoolconnectaz.org/ or contact the Madison District Office at 602.664.7900.
About Madison Elementary School District
For more than 125 years, Madison Elementary School District (Madison Schools) has been one of the top elementary school districts in the state with its eight schools consistently earning high honors. Founded in 1890, Madison Schools serves approximately 5,800 students in the heart of Phoenix from 32nd Street to 7th Avenue and between Indian School and Northern. Five of its schools are in the top 10 Phoenix public elementary schools through AzMerit scores and nearly 50 percent of its students come from outside the District. This means nearly 2,800 families choose a Madison Schools education over their neighborhood school.
The district has been recognized locally and nationally for its outstanding “signature” educational programs including the International Baccalaureate program, Spanish Immersion, REACH program, Visual and Performing Arts, Traditional curriculum, and Spanish Fluency.
The Madison School District is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act Title VII of 1972, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. The Madison School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability or age in employment or in any of its educational programs or in the provisions of benefits and services to students.
For additional information about Madison Schools, please visit http://www.madisonaz.org/