Kindergarten students in Mrs. Hutton's class investigated the movement of the sun along with changes in the moon with the help of 5th grade science buddies.

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The Madison Chess Teams represented our school well last weekend at the Indiana State Chess Team Regional. The team of Jonah Reichenbach, Noah Shepherd, Isaiah Courtois, and Dane Koontz placed third overall, qualified for state, and earned another trophy for the trophy case. The team of Subbu Muthiah, Kaitlyn Evans, Claire Reichenbach, and McKale Hagg also qualified for state by placing 8th at the regional.

In the 3rd grade and under division, Madison is in a rebuilding year.  The team of Danny Moon, Carson Devanathan, Zach Evans, and Leigh Hertel placed 13th at regional while the team of Cole Koontz, Roman Hoffman, Jaron Courtois, and Matthias Kohrpilati placed 16th.

State finals will be on Saturday, March 19, in Hammond.

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Who:  Members of the Madison and Washington Choirs

What:  FAME Festival

FAME stands for The Foundation for Art and Music in Education. FAME began in the 1980’s when a group of teachers decided to create a festival that showcased the arts in elementary education throughout northern Indiana. Over 25 years later, the festival continues to attract thousands of young musicians throughout Indiana to share their time and talents for others.

WhenSunday, March 20

All choir members load the buses at Madison Elementary School, 1436 W 300 N. at 11:40 (map in pdf)

The buses will leave at 11:45 and arrive home at 4:30. Our performance is at 1:20 pm on Stage 2.

Where:  Fort Wayne – Grand Wayne Center
120 W Jefferson Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Phone (260) 426-4100

:  White tops, black bottoms, black shoes, skirts or slacks are fine for girls

Cost:  $5.00 for adults at the door. Please pay at FAME. Children and chaperones free! Chaperones must ride the bus to Fort Wayne.  We will stop at McDonald’s for lunch around 3:30. Please have your child bring money for food or pack a lunch

Chaperones:  All Chaperones must have a completed background check with Warsaw Schools. Chaperones who ride the bus to Fort Wayne get in for free.

Other performances:  FAME for Parents - Thursday, March 17 at the Performing Arts Center

Final choir meeting:  Monday, March 21 (Madison), Thursday, March 24 (Washington)

If you have any questions or if you’d like to help, please call, e-mail, or send a note. I will be at the following schools on the following days: Madison M-W and Washington Th-F.

Please return permission form by Friday, March 11.

Thank You!

Mr. Bolduc


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The 6th grade took a look at the states of matter with ScienceCentral in a lab where they were able to create, observe, test, and classify slime. Everyone did a fantastic job and had a great time learning about the uniqueness of this substance they created.

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