Warhawk News

Weekly Updates from Madison High School - November 11, 2019

Vote for the 2019 KUSI Silver Pigskin Awards

Please vote for the ONLY Warhawk on this year's KUSI "Silver Pigskin" list of Nominees:

Ke'Ontae Springs

Financial Aid Application Assistance for Parents

Parents can get hands-on help with the FAFSA or Dream Act application from CalSOAP on Saturday, November 16, 9 am - noon, in R24/R25 (enter from the back of the school off Doliva). For the FAFSA, plan to come with a parent/guardian and bring...

  • Student’s Social Security Number & Driver’s License
  • Parent’s Social Security Number
  • Parent’s federal tax return from 2018
  • Bank account records, investments and business records
  • Student’s W-2 forms, income records from 2018
  • If not a US citizen, bring alien registration card(s)
  • List of colleges of interest
  • Your FSA-ID for FAFSA—Apply for a FSA-ID at fsaid.ed.gov


For the Dream Act Application, plan to come with a parent/guardian and bring...

  • Parent and student federal tax return and wage information for 2018
  • Bank account records, investments and business records
  • List of colleges of interest


Plan to stay about an hour.

Students in the DHH Program Explore Social Justice Issues

Students who are part of Madison's Junior NAD (National Association for the Deaf) participated in a visit to Friendship Park last week to explore issues of Social Justice. The students learned about the history of Friendship Park, issues related to border security and had the opportunity to talk about issues related to Social Justice.

Family Notices for the Week:

  • Saturday Core Academy: Saturday, November 16, 8:00 AM, rm. B23; students should bring homework to complete, study materials or reading that needs to be accomplished. Enter through the back of the school off of Doliva (main campus is closed and in use by the Minato Japanese School).
  • Hands-on Help with the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for Parents, Saturday, November 16, 8:00 am to noon, R24 and R25. Enter through the back of the school off of Doliva (main campus is closed and in use by the Minato Japanese School).
  • The Princess Project is having a winter dress sale, Saturday, December 7th, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM at the WESTFIELD MISSION VALLEY MALL. Dresses of all kinds are just $5 ea. Shop early for best selection.

  • Food Deliveries: Madison does not allow food deliveries by anyone other than a parent. Food deliveries should be brought into the front office preferably before the lunch period begins. Students are not allowed to meet parents in the parking lot at lunchtime. Campus safety is everyone's responsibility.
  • Madison’s After School Drop-in Center: is open for students Monday through Friday, 2:30-4:00 PM. A hot supper option that includes an entree, fruit, vegetable and milk is available to students at no charge. Students must present their student ID to check in and out of the drop-in center.