Madison provides a safe and loving environment where each individual can reach their full social, emotional and intellectual potential.
At Madison Elementary we work closely with our community and families, as equal and important members of our team, to create a safe, inviting and inclusive atmosphere. We challenge our students to become positive, productive and happy members of society who will make the world a more educated, empathetic, and welcoming place.
District News and Announcements
The Surging World of Work
The World of Work (WoW) is surging in the Pittsburgh K-12 area in 2023. World of Work is a career initiative that started in the Cajon Valley Union School District, San Diego CA. There are now districts across the United States who are using this model to prepare students in K-12 for their future directions.
District Office Closed for Spring Break
District Offices are closed to the public April 3 – April 7. Regular hours will resume April 10.
CALIFORNIA STATE PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
Now Enrolling for 2022-2023, Register Today!
DIVE AWARDS 2022 District of the Year: Cajon Valley Union School District
A California district implemented a robust career exploration model that begins with teaching students to deliver TED Talks — in kindergarten.
Hey, fourth graders! Are you ready for an adventure?
The California State Park Adventure Pass is just for you. See how you can visit some of the most amazing parks in the country with your family and friends—for free.
Senator Brian Jones Visits Lexington Elementary
"It's an honor to represent Cajon Valley in Sacramento as the State Senator...we are going to continue that relationship and expand that next year." - Brian Jones
Cajon Valley expanded before and after school care. The program is open to all students regardless of income.
"That's wraparound service and care that should be standard for all kids.”
Interview with Superintendent Dr. David Miyashiro about back to school
"The biggest change for us is providing free before and after school care and enrichment for all families."