PTSA screens “The Mask You Live In” for parents – March 16th, 7pm

The mask you live inLast spring, the Madison counselor intern applied for and won a PTSA grant which will be used to purchase the “Mask You Live In” film and curriculum for our students. The Choose Kind Campaign showed portions of the student film but there is also a parent version. PTSA will show this film in its entirety at our March meeting.

Mark your calendars to make sure you are available to see this important film, which will help you as you guide your student through the middle school years and beyond.

Special thanks to Rosina Geary, the parent who found this film and suggested that the PTSA support bringing it to Madison.

If you missed the screening of “Bully” before the break, you can find it on Netflix.

PTSA / ASB Sponsors Logo Contest – And the winner is!!!

Buy Gifts with the New Logos on the Spirit Store

The ASB and PTSA were sponsoring a design contest to create new versions of Madison logos that will be featured on the PTSA online Zazzle spirit wear store. Students (and parents) that wanted to share their design for a new Madison or Bulldog logo were able to do so last November.

Congratulations to Ava Perrson and Stella Mohr,Perrson winners of our Madison Alternate Logo contest. Both Ava and Stella will receive a $15 prize. You can shop our spirit wear store and buy items with some of the new logos submitted for the contest. Great job Ava and Stella!

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