Madeira Middle School News

News From the Principal's Desk

September 26, 2016

Good morning!  The year has continued to move along quickly and now we find ourselves in the last week of September.  Students continue to work hard in classes, and do great things around the school to promote LIGHT and a positive school culture.  As we have the opportunity to work with them on the characteristics of leadership, integrity, generosity, honesty, and teamwork we see students who are serious about making good choices and wanting to be part of the solution in interactions with others – that is a good thing! 

Catching up with our Seniors

Connecting our Past with our Future

Madeira City Schools from A to Z

Here's a look at what's going on this fall in Madeira City Schools! READ MORE BELOW ...

Our 2015-2016 Quality Profile

Our annual Quality Profile provides parents and community members a more detailed look at what our community values most in our schools.  

Digital Citizenship

What is appropriate and responsible when using technology.

Upcoming Events

Septmeber 23 ~ District Inservice ~ NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

October 11 ~ Choir Concert at Medert Auditorium - 7 pm

October 13 ~ PTO Meeting - 9:30 am - at Madeira High School

October 14 ~  End of Quarter 1

October 18 ~ Fall Picture Retakes

October 20 ~ Parent Conferences 3:30 - 7:30 pm

October 26 ~ Parent Conferences 3:30 - 7:30 pm

8th Grade Washington DC Trip - May 2017 Washington DC

Important information regarding the Washington DC trip for 8th grade students in May 2017 is attached. Please contact Julia Cabral at with any additional questions and/or concerns. 

Immunizations Needed

We want to remind you of the new immunization requirement for the start of the 2016-17 school year.  All students entering the 7th and 12th grades are required to be vaccinated against meningococcal (serogroups A, C, W and Y) disease. One dose of meningococcal (serogroups A, C, W and Y) vaccine is required for 7th graders, and two doses are required for incoming 12th graders unless the initial dose was given on or after the 16th birthday.

If your child has not already received the vaccine, please contact your child's doctor to schedule an appointment.  The Health Department provides the vaccine either free of charge or for a nominal fee for children without insurance or with Medicaid insurance.  You may reach the Health Department at (513) 946-7882 for additional information.

Your child may be exempted from mandatory immunization(s) if you submit a signed written statement that you decline to have your child immunized for reasons of philosophical,  religious, or moral reasons. This written statement will be kept on file as part of your child’s health record.



Please call 513-924-3777 (option #2) to report your child's absence. This number is accessible 24/7. Please leave the following information:

1) Child's Name

2) Grade Level

3) Reason for Absence

4) Person Making the Call

*If you are reporting an absence weekdays after 8 am please call the MMS Main Office at 513-561-5555.