Madrona Elementary is a strong community of students, families, and school staff. We come together regularly to celebrate our community through food, music, and art. Our students wear uniforms as a show of solidarity and in an effort toward an equitable school environment.
Multi-Cultural Night is a great example of how we come together as a school community. This night is a celebration of who we are and the where we come from, and a chance to learn about each other. We come together to share food, music, and community; last year we had 450 people participate. It is our biggest, most loved night of the year.
Madrona is a uniform school. Our students wear black or light blue polo shirts and khaki pants, skirts, or shorts.