Madison offers a variety of opportunities for volunteering, to enhance the experience for our students. Many activities are planned outside of regular school hours as well as during the school day. Contact the office to see how you can give some of your time to keep Madison programs at their best.
Would You Like to Volunteer?
Teri Blaha is Madison's volunteer coordinator, one of many hats she wears here. If you wish to volunteer at school, print and fill out this Volunteer Form, then bring it to your child's teacher, or into the office, or to Mrs. Blaha directly. We look forward to hearing from you!
Volunteers Touching Lives, Lifting Spirits
How does Madison add dozens of dedicated part-time staff members who are willing to work without pay? Through the efforts of the Volunteer Services Program! Volunteering continues to thrive at Madison. Our volunteers inspire others to share their own time and talents. Their efforts enrich the learning environment for all students.
The list goes on of our volunteers who spend their time working with countless kids here at school. All contribute to students' growth in reading, math, and many other disciplines. You can see some of the opportunities available to volunteers on our Volunteer page.
To all the Madison volunteers, the entire staff tip our hats to you with our gratitude and affection.
Let’s make this year the greatest!
Yankee Candle Sale –PTA's large fundraiser in the fall, classes compete for highest sales. Order and distribute candles.
America Reads – Guests celebrate the National America Reads program by reading to a class of students.
Book Fair – Sale of new books and education items to raise money for Madison School.
Box Tops for Education – Our school receives 10 cents for each ‘Box Top for Education’ coupon our families turn in to us. Coupons are found on assorted brands of groceries.
Fall Fund-raiser – Family Fun Night, in September or October, is the first PTA fundraiser of the school year.
Home Room Parents, Party Coordinators –Party Coordinators help arrange classroom parties.
Library Helpers – Shelve books and help keep the school library running smoothly.
Speak Up –Teach students skills for public speaking. Fifth grade students learn to give 3-5 minute informative and impromptu speeches.
Madison Press – Publish and bind books written and illustrated by our students.
Muffins for Moms, Doughnuts for Dads – Help welcome parents to the new school year.