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(541) 888-1211

Address: 400 Madison Street
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Phone: (541) 888-1218
Fax: (541) 888-3064
Grades: K – 3rd
School Hours: 7:50am – 2:32pm
Friday 7:50-11:30
Office Hours: 7:00am – 3:30pm

Quick Links

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Speech Webpage


Parent Information

Booster Club
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Lunch Menu
Operation Backpack
Registration Information 2014-15
Site Council
Student Calendar 2014-2015
Student Calendar – Spanish
Supply List - K-7


2014-2015 Handbooks

K Parent Handbook
K Parent Handbook Spanish
Madison Handbook 2013-2014

2014/2015 School Calendar

In 2014-2015 we will be keeping our model of early release Fridays for our educators to do their PLC (Professional Learning Community) work. It has been successful and helped to improve our student learning. Each Friday staff gather to review student performance, plan for common lessons and assessments, and provide for the learning of every child so that no one falls behind and those who are advanced get the support they need.

2014-15 Student Calendar 

School Closure or Delayed Start Notification Process

Coos Bay Public Schools will utilize the Synrevoice automated phone system to notify families of school closures, delayed starts and other emergencies.

 In the event of a closure or delayed start, the automated system will be activated, usually by 6:00 am, and all families will be called and given the message. Included in the message will be a phone number that you can call to get a recorded update. Please be sure your contact information is correct at the schools.

 The information will also be sent out to via Flash Alert to the media and posted on the district‘s website at If you would like to receive Flash Alert notification, go to At that site, you can sign up to receive both text messages and e-mails for emergency alerts and news releases.












Welcome to Madison Elementary

Madison Elementary is the school community for approximately 400 Kindergarten through 3rd grade students this year. Madison’s attendance area reaches from just north of Charleston to Empire along Cape Arago highway. The school is minutes from the Pacific Ocean, offering many opportunities for visits to the tide pools, beaches, and the South Slough Estuarine Reserve.

Madison’s staff is made up of dedicated professionals who strive for excellence in student performance while also making the learning process as engaging as possible.

We encourage parent involvement through our Booster Club and volunteering through the SMART program or helping in the classrooms or library.

Upcoming Events


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22 StORytime Kindergarten Field Trip
27-Nov.6 1st Grade Swim Lessons
31 No School-Inservice
31 Halloween Carnival 5:00-8:00
November  running turkey
7 Veteran’s Day Assembly 8:00
10 No School  In-Service Day
11 No School – Veteran’s Day
12-21 3rd Grade Swim Lessons
20 Picture Retake Day
27-28 No School – Thanksgiving Holiday


Coos Bay School District Facebook Account

facebook (1)  Coos Bay School District is pleased to announce that a Facebook account has been created for the district to share school events and activities with parents, students and community members.
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Principal’s Message

Dear Families,

 This week Coos Bay Schools participated in the Great Oregon Shake Out.  Teachers worked with students to help them understand the importance of safety and what to anticipate in case we experience a tsunami while at school.   Madison, along with Sunset evacuated to the edge of the playground and continued on the trek up to the top of Radar Hill.

The drill was a part of the Great Oregon Shakeout event held statewide.  Thanks to the support of both Coos Bay Police Department and Fire Department, our event was a success.  We will continue to refine our procedures and increase safety during an actual event.  Every practice helps us prepare.

Our teachers did a great job of instructing the students on the importance of the drill and keeping them safe during the actual practice.  All safety drills have the potential of being scary events for young children.  Please talk with your child about any fears they may have and explain the practices are a way to increase their safety.

As part of your family’s preparedness for disaster events, please check out the Great Oregon Shakeout website: for more ideas of how to increase your family’s safety.


Ms. Schock



On October 22nd, Coos Bay Schools is excited to invite Kindergarten parents to join their students on the field trip to Southwestern Oregon Community College in the Recreation Center to participate in StORytime. This is part of Governor Kitzhaber’s Statewide Literacy Campaign.

This event is designed to welcome new kindergarteners and their families to the school year and share easy way…s to incorporate fun, family-centered learning into every moment. StORytime shares easy ways that families can get children ready to read through books, stories, songs and play – every day and everywhere.
Participating parents will be provided a free lunch and a reusable grocery bag with fun activities to do with your child.

For more information, contact Blossom Gulch Elementary at 541-267-1340 or Madison Elementary at 541-888-1218.


Mingus Park Pool Public Swim

Every Friday in September & October



Bussing is provided after school from Madison School.wave

Excellence in Education Award Nominees Sought

The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce believes that great education and a great economy go hand in hand. Thriving businesses support a healthy education and graduates who are work or college ready in turn support our local businesses and community. It is our goal to build bridges between business and education throughout the Bay Area. To that end, we are looking for nominations for three Educator Awards which are handed out annually:

Innovation in Teaching is for educators that are on the cutting edge and may form exciting community or business partnerships or utilize technology to improve learning.

Contributor to Education is for educators who contribute to the learning of students by their tireless efforts, time and dedication.

Unsung Hero is for educators recognized for their dedication to making sure students graduate. Regardless of their titles, they are all heroes to the students they help reach the goals of diploma or degree.

From these three honorees a Bay Area Educator of the Year is selected and will be honored at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet the last Saturday in January. The two runners up will be recognized at our monthly luncheons following the banquet.

This is a great way to recognize that individual educator that has made a difference in a student’s life. Anyone can make a nomination and nominations can be made any time during the year but the deadline for submission is November 30th. The form is accessible online at . Contact the Chamber office at 541-266-0868 for more information.


Volunteer Opportunities for Madison

SMART Volunteer Readers

smart logoSMART (Start Making A Reader Today) is an early literacy nonprofit that engages community volunteers to help PreK-3rd grade children become confident readers by providing one-on-one literacy support, valuable adult mentorship, and new books to take home and keep.

We will need your help to bring SMART to Madison.
This year we will read to kindergarteners.
One hour a week is all it takes!
For more information, call 541-266-7476 or email Cheryl

Thank you! It’s a fun and rewarding experience.

Madison’s Dress Code

School District policy states a student’s dress and grooming shall not interfere with the learning process and shall not constitute a health or safety hazard.  For this reason we have guidelines to help create a positive learning environment.  The following examples of unacceptable dress and grooming have been known to disrupt the learning process:

  • Sleeveless shirts should have a 2 inch strap.  (No spaghetti straps)
  • Tummies and chests should be covered.
  • Shorts and skirts should be as long as the tips of fingers when arms are held down to the sides.
  • Hats and scarves should only be worn on “hat days”, unless there is a special need.  Please check with the principal.  Hats worn to school must be put away once on school property.
  • Leave chains, toys, etc. at home.  The rule of thumb is:  If it causes a distraction at school, leave it home.
  • Elementary students should not wear make-up to school.  Hair colored an unnatural color may also cause a disruption to learning.
  • Low-rider pants pose a safety problem as well as potential for embarrassment.  Please keep them home.
  • Students should be able to run in their shoes.  High heels (heels of 2 inches or more) and flip flops restrict activities and may cause injury.  They will not be allowed at school.
  • Please review the print on your student’s clothing and make sure it is “school appropriate”.  Clothing, writing on skin, jewelry, etc. that uses obscene language, contains gang related messages, refers to tobacco, alcohol, or other illegal substances, or contains messages of a sexual nature are not allowed.

 Students who wear unacceptable clothing or adornment to school will be given a chance to change clothes, remove markings, etc.  If that is not possible, or the child refuses, the parent will be contacted. Once the clothing issue has been resolved the child will be free to return to class.



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