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.
To purchased an embroidered Madrona Logo polo, click HERE.
There are uniforms available to lend or have if needed, through Madrona’s Resource Room.
Madrona High Five
In observance of Black Lives Matter at School Week, Madrona High Five is a way to celebrate the rich Black History of our school and community, and to encourage our students to reach for their dreams knowing they are loved and supported by the entire village.
The 2019 theme for the High Five is: Standing on the Shoulder of Giants, featuring the stories of students, families, and community members who’ve been a part of our school across generations. While the assembly will highlight and honor Black students and families, ALL Madrona families are welcome to attend and participate. Community members dressed in whatever they wear for work so our kids will have a variety of positive role models to inspire them.
Read more about the event on this SPS article!