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Madison Middle School

875 Wilkes Drive, Eugene, OR 97404
(541) 790-4300 Fax: (541) 790-4320

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Grades: 6–8
2019–20 Enrollment: 433
Principal: Peter Barsotti <barsotti_p@4j.lane.edu>
Secretary: Mary Peterson <peterson_m@4j.lane.edu>

Feeder Elementary Schools: Awbrey Park, Spring Creek
High School Region: North Eugene

Mission Statement:
At Madison Middle School, all students take language arts, social studies, math, science, PE and health. Madison is a proficiency-based teaching and learning school. This means students are assessed using clear standards and learning targets with multiple opportunities and ways to demonstrate their understanding. Madison offers a wide range of enrichment opportunities. We are a strong AVID school.

Program Description:
At Madison Middle School, all students take language arts, social studies, math and science. Madison is a proficiency-based teaching and learning school. This means students are assessed using clear standards and learning targets with multiple opportunities and ways to demonstrate their understanding. Madison offers a wide range of enrichment opportunities. We are a strong AVID school.

School Highlights:

  • Three years of required courses in math, science, language arts and social studies
  • Yearlong electives offered include American Sign Language, band, theater and projects
  • Trimester enrichment classes offered include PE, health, art, woods, music, cooking, STEM and intervention classes
  • Academic support for all students: TAG student services, Learning Center and Regional Learning Center programs, tutoring, mentoring, homework help and reading support using Read Right and Read 180, and math support
  • An advisory program called Focus meets four times a week for 25 minutes. Students develop social and emotional well-being and college and career readiness skills, and receive academic support and intervention
  • Student support programs include WEB (8th graders mentoring 6th graders), PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support), IPBiS (high level behavioral, academic and attendance intervention for individual students and groups of students), and Expect Respect anti-bullying program

School Improvement Goals:

  • Academic achievement
  • Improve individual reading, math and writing scores
  • Create supports to ensure student success
  • Build school structures to promote a healthy school climate
  • Promote social skill development and interpersonal skill development

Other Information:

Beliefs and values include a strong commitment to individual academic growth in a safe and healthy environment.

ODE school report cards and AYP reports