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MADRONA'S MISSION STATEMENT

At Madrona, We . . .
Expect and ACHIEVE Academic Excellence
INSPIRE Learning
GROW Continuously

MADRONA'S CORE VALUES

“We believe, in inspiring students, promoting compassion and building positive relationships."

"Creemos en inspirar a los estudiantes, promover compasión y construir relaciones positivas con los demás."

Principal

Daniel Yarbrough
Dear Madrona Families and Students,
 
I have had the pleasure of working at Madrona for the past nine years. I will be stepping down as the Principal of Madrona at the end of this year. Leaving Madrona is going to be hard as I have had the opportunity to build relationships with students, staff and families.
 
This is a great school made up of students and families from all over the world. I have learned much about the different cultures that are represented by the community of students that attend Madrona. I believe that our cultural diversity is one of the many strengths of the Madrona community.
 
Iam going to miss working with the staff at Madrona. Our students are very fortunate to have such caring and dedicated teachers and support staff. The staff at Madrona work very hard to provide our students with quality instruction every day.
 
I want to thank you for all of the support that you have shown me and the school.
 
Sincerely,
 
Daniel Yarbrough
 

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News

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    A community-led plan for a school construction bond will go before voters in November. The $299 million bond would replace deteriorating schools, ease overcrowding and make safety improvements at all schools. A community advisory committee developed the bond package. The school board fully accepted the committee’s recommendation and voted to place the measure on the November ballot.

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  • Highline in the News

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  • Free Summer Meals Available for Local Children

    Highline children can eat free breakfast, lunch, and snacks during the summer through the federally funded Simplified Summer Food Program (SSFP). The program provides funding for several of our schools to serve children living in South King County.

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  • Highline School Board to Vote July 20 on Bond for November

    A community-led committee of Highline residents, staff, and students spent the past year intensely studying the question of how to address the need for new or renovated schools. Wednesday, the Highline School Board signaled its agreement with the committee’s recommendations.

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  • Check Out Interactive Budget Report

    Check out our online, interactive proposed budget report for the 2016-17 school year. The new online tool gives our community the opportunity to dig deep into the data and view a breakdown by district, school, and department.

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