Warhawk Whisper

Madison High School News, Notices and Events - 2/11/2019

Family Notices for the Week:

  • Modified Day - February 13, 12:30 release.
  • CIF Girls Wrestling - Congratulations to Amber Plasencia who took 2nd in CIF regional for Girls Wrestling. She advances to state in two weeks to represent the Madison Warhawks

  • Link Crew Recruiting Upperclassmen Mentors - Madison High School’s Link Crew is recruiting for next school year. Current Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors can pick up an application from Ms. Rogers in room 504, Mr. Hirsch in Room 102, or in the Counseling Office. Applicants must be available this summer; August 12, 13, and 16. Applications, teacher recommendations, and a personal statement are due to Mr. Hirsch or Ms. Rogers by Friday, March 22nd.

  • Academic League - Academic League continued their winning streak last Thursday with victories over Creative and Performing Arts Academy at the Novice and Varsity Levels. Academic League is always looking for new talent with matches on Thursday Nights and practice every Monday and Thursdays at Lunch in Mr. Stout's Room 301.

Grad Nite Tickets for Seniors

Attention Seniors!! It's that time when the Foundation parents will be on campus at lunch to start selling your Disneyland Grad Nite tickets. Grad Nite will take place on Friday, June 14, 2019. Tickets will be on sale during lunch on Tuesday, January 15th and will be on sale every other Tuesday until sold out or until Spring Break. Tickets cost $200 and cover your park hopper ticket, ticket to the Grad Nite party, and your seat in the charter bus. There are no refunds. You must have a signed waiver/permission slip in order to purchase your ticket. Permission slips are available in Room 707. Payment plan is available but you need to speak directly with the Foundation representatives. Buses will depart Madison at 10:00 AM and return approximately 4:00 AM on Saturday morning. Questions? Please contact Mrs. Destino at foundationmadisonhs@gmail.com.

Mental Health Services for Students


Parents, are you experiencing behavioral or emotional challenges with your child? Students, are you currently going through difficult times or know someone who is and would like to talk to someone about this? Reach out to your school counselor to access services through our on-site Mental Health Services Provider MAST. The Mobile Adolescent Services Team provides confidential therapy services to children and youth ages 5-18 who have MediCal insurance or who are uninsured. Click here for more information about Adolescent Mental Health.


If you are currently experiencing a mental health crisis please call the access and crisis line at 1 888 724-7240 or the Emergency Screening Unit at (619) 876-4502, if this is a life threatening emergency please call 911.