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SafetyFirst.fwMadison PTSA Meeting and Student Safety Program – Mar 18th, 7PM

Special Guests: SPD Officers & Seattle Parks Division (Hiawatha) Security Supervisor, School Safety Officer Viet Nguyen

Our Children’s Safety and Security is of paramount importance to each of us. If the recent reports of lewd or violent behavior by unknown suspects in West Seattle has you worried about your kids, then you can’t afford to miss the Student Safety Night Event that Madison PTSA has put together for you!

From advice for routine issues like safely crossing busy intersections, social media pitfalls, to alarming issues like how to respond to and handle a potential threat by an attacker or mugger, we will host experienced experts to share their insights with you!

Join us for this FREE informational event on March 18th at the Madison Middle School Library and learn from our Special Guests like Mark Solomon – Safety Officer from Seattle Police Department’s South Precinct and Marlan Teeters, Security Supervisor for Hiawatha Park. As usual we will also have our Principal, Dr. Gary in attendance as well as Viet Nguyen to represent safety on campus at Madison.

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To help guide our kids in becoming successful citizens of our community, we all need to take the time to inform them on best practices to stay safe and secure. Please join the Madison PTSA on March 18th at 7 PM! To learn more about this important Safety Program, please click here.

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This site is your resource for PTSA events and activities, staying informed regarding legislative issues, and learning about volunteer and fundraising opportunities.

Here are more ways to stay informed at Madison:

1. Visit the school’s website by clicking here.

2. Sign up for the school and PTSA newsletter for weekly information regarding
school activities, the PTSA meeting schedule/meeting minutes/activity
updates, fundraising efforts, volunteer opportunities, etc. Add your email to the field on the right side of this page and click submit. You may unsubscribe at any time.

3. Check student progress on The Source. (The Source will not be available during the summer of 2014 due to a systems upgrade. The Source will be open to families again on September 3.)

4. Receive notification every time a student’s teacher posts an assignment or
message by following these instructions:

• Go directly to the school website and log in as usual in the upper right corner
• After logging in, you will see a set of tools on the left. Click My Account, then
click Personal Settings.
• Your Personal Settings screen will appear. Click the Notifications tab.
• Click Change Messaging Options, and click Receive an email for each message.