As a school community, our students' Madeira school experience is enriched by the support of caring parents and volunteers that are involved in our many volunteer organizations. For more information on becoming involved, a contact is listed after each group.
Madeira Schools Foundation helps provide many of the 'extras' for our students with proceeds from their annual Auction held every year in the spring, and awards upwards of $18,000 in scholarships to graduating Madeira seniors. The Alumni Association is also a division of the Foundation. For more information contact Sarah Mizelle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 924-3725.
Planning Commission is a group of volunteer Madeira residents and teachers who routinely research, report, and make recommendations to the Board of Education on a variety of topics. To see past and current studies, see Planning Commission and for information on becoming involved, call 985-6070.
Athletic Boosters chair our Fall Homecoming activities, the Hall of Fame, our concessions, apparel sales and numerous other fundraising efforts. They meet the second Monday of the month at Madeira High School. For more information contact Mark Macke at 659-9755.
Music Boosters meet the first Tuesday at Madeira High School and run the annual Tag Day sale, organize music booster suppers, manager sales of apparel and assist with marching band. Contact Madeline Marquardt at 574-527-8644 or Madelinemarquart@yahoo.com if you'd like to get involved or see madeiramusic.com.
Parent Teacher Organizations (PTOs) provide opportunities to volunteer in areas such as room parenting, classroom help, cafeteria, media center, recess, Young Authors, teacher appreciation, Market Day, book fairs, fundraising, senior class activities and more. For information on how to become involved in one of our PTOs, please contact MES President Kyla Hemler at 324-1373; MMS PTO President Ann Ramos at email@example.com or MHS PTO President Theresa Fisk at TAFISK@yahoo.com/702-7828.
Business Partners: We are always seeking business and community partners who are willing to work with our students and teachers in a variety of entry points, grade levels and opportunities. In the past we have partnered with gyro, MSA Architects, David Joseph Company, LPK, The City of Madeira, The Southwestern Ohio Daffodil Society, The Madeira Historical Society, The Mayerson Foundation, Kids Inc., Magnified Giving and Beacon Ortho.. If your company would like to help give our students real world experiences and the ability to apply concepts learned in the classroom, or you would like to share your own expertise as a guest speaker or serve as a mentor, please contact Tim Weber, Assistant Superintendent, at 985-6070.
SHAC (The School Health Advisory Committee) is a group of parents, teachers and administrators that works to promote and ensure that nutrition, health, and physical education needs of our Madeira students are being met. Contact Tim Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org or 985-6070.