Warhawk Whisper

Madison High School News, Notices and Events - 12/11/2018

You're Invited to Meet Madison's New Principal

By Jennifer Destino, President, James Madison High School Foundation


It is with great pleasure that we invite you to meet Madison’s new principal, Mrs. Heather Seaton, on Wednesday, December 19, 6:30 pm, in the Library at Madison High School. This is an informal opportunity to meet the principal and share your hopes and dreams for the future of Madison High School, and enjoy refreshments courtesy of Madison’s Culinary Arts program. We will also be taking donations of money and gift cards to support Madison’s Guardian Angels holiday giving campaign to help Warhawk families in need during the holiday season. Please RSVP to Jennifer Destino, Foundation President, foundationmadisonhs@gmail.com. We look forward to your participation.

Greetings from Madison's New Principal

By Heather Seaton, Principal


Dear Madison Warhawk Families,


Hello! I am excited to have the opportunity to introduce myself as Madison High School’s new principal.


I grew up in San Bernardino County, California – Fontana to be exact. After a short time at UC San Diego, I found myself working full time and raising a family. While working full time in clerical for Fontana Unified School district and recognizing my passion for working with students, I returned to school and received my Bachelor’s degree in English from National University. I received my Master’s degree in instruction from Azusa Pacific University and my Administrative Credential from Cal State Dominguez Hills. I was a high school English teacher, a K-12 instructional coach, and a program coordinator for a combined thirteen years before entering administration. This is my fifth year as a high school administrator, and I am so fortunate to call Madison my home.


My husband and I have raised two children, both currently enrolled in college. My husband accepted a job offer in the San Diego area over the summer and after careful consideration, we decided we would write a new chapter here in San Diego. Everyone in San Diego Unified and Madison High School has made me feel I have belonged here from the start.

I look forward to getting to know our students, our parents, our staff and the Madison community.


I am fortunate that I get to wake up every day and follow my passion, working with our youth – your children and the staff who have the opportunity to make a difference in the life of a child every day.

Family Notices for the Week:

  • Holiday Spirit Week, Dec. 17-21, 2019

    Merry Monday Morning - Dress comfy and cozy
    Candy Cane Tuesday - Wear Red and White
    Winter Wonderland Wednesday - Wear Blue and White or Dress for the snow
    Holiday Hat Thursday - Wear your holiday hats
    Ugly Sweater Friday - Wear your ugly holiday sweaters to kick off winter break!

  • Boys tennis meeting, Wednesday 12/19/18, 2:30 pm at the tennis courts. We are looking for new players, freshmen and sophomores. No prior experience necessary; we will develop you. Season starts in February. Coach Ray
  • Winter Break - School will be closed for the week of December 24, 2018 through January 4, 2019. School will resume on Monday, January 7, 2019. We hope you enjoy your holiday time with family and friends.