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Madeira Middle School News

Madeira Welcomes Key Leaders new hires

The Madeira City Schools Board of Education approved two new hires into key roles for the 2019-2020 school year.

News From the Principal's Desk

March 4, 2019

Thoughts for the Week

“As you’re building awareness of your internal monologue and self-destructive thought patterns, pay attention to two factors: how you feel and what you say aloud.”

                                                                                                                                                             - Angela Watson

All of us (adults and students) need to build “awareness” of our own internal monologue.  After all, we have more conversations with ourselves than we do with anyone else.  That voice inside of our mind is constantly talking to us and dictating how we feel and also what we say aloud.  It is our choice to think about things that are positive, uplifting, proactive, kind, loving, etc., or to think about things that are negative, defeating, failing, reactive, envious, hateful, etc.  The essential question we have to ask ourselves is, “Do we want to get better?” or “Do we want to find the best version of ourselves?”

Upcoming Events Upcoming Events

March 19 ~ Grade 7 - Trip to Northern Kentucky University

March 25 - April 1 ~ Spring Break 

April 2 ~ Classes Resume

April 5 ~ Father/Daughter Dance at Madeira High School

April 10 ~ PTO Meeting  - 9:15 am

April 19 ~ NO SCHOOL 

After School Activities

Robotics  - starts on September 19th 

     ~ meets on Tuesdays or Wednesdays in Mr. Hertenstein's room 205

     ~ meets from 3 pm to 4:15 pm 

Math Counts - starts on October 4th

     ~ meets on Thursdays in Mrs. Flick's room 220

     ~ meets from 3 pm to 4:15 pm

CCHMC partners with Madeira Schools CCHMCPartnership

We are pleased to announce the continuation of our partnership with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.



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. 



Weather Alert Information weather alert

What you need to know in case of inclement weather.

Summer Opportunities for Students summer camps

Opportunities for Madeira students of all ages will be available.