I was a student here and got bullyed hit and a bad education and the teacher did not even care but now I'm in a different school and a A B student malison school should be closed forever
Madison Elementary School is a public middle school in Chicago. The principal of Madison Elementary School is Beverly Jean Greene. 316 children attend Madison Elementary School and identify mostly as Black, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Multiracial. 0.2% of the Madison Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." 99% of the 316 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 99% get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Madison Elementary School is 16:1. St Paul Lutheran School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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I have two children in attendance at Madison one fifth grader and a third grader. Since the NEW SEASON began I must say that the change has been great. It was an adjustment for all. Overall the school has improved.
I have had two graduates of Madison and my youngest is currently enrolled. Overall the school is ok but there are a lot of issues that need to be dealt with. So far I have not had any problems due to the fact that I participate and I was a LSC member and I try to keep abreast of what is going on.
My child went enter Madison in the first grade and left in the middle of the third grade. The small grades are okay they are in the little building but once they go to the big building it is a different story. There is very little parent participation. By the time my child reached the third grade there were too many older children in the room that had been held back. And they were a problem. I pull my child out of this school and found a private school to attend. Good luck to whoever goes to this school
My experience at Madison was not a pleasant one. It didn't start out that way my last 3 children went to Madison. The early childhood program was very beneficial for both my daughter and my youngest child. My middle son needed more then what the school could or would offer. He was put in a slow reading class because of his short attention span. I wasn't informed of this decision until he was put into the classroom. He wasn't given any paper for me to sign I wasn't informed regarding a meeting to discuss this change in his school work. I had to take him out because I didn't know what they were doing. I didn't understand the process of special education. I am currently working for a company that does billing for special education students and I understand the process a lot better.