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  • School Supply Lists for 2020-2021 PRINTABLE PDF
    Posted Jul 30, 2020, 8:57 AM by Granger Meador
  • Dress Code DRESS CODE: Madison Middle School 2020 - 2021 The following decorations and/or designs printed upon clothing or attached to the body (temporary or permanent) are prohibited:Advertisement of tobacco, alcohol ...
    Posted Jul 17, 2020, 12:28 PM by Tiffiny Munn
  • 6th grade Transition Camp 6th Grade Parents,6th Grade Madison Transition Camp will be held Thursday, July 30th from 8-5. Drop off begins at 7:45 and pick up no later than 5 ...
    Posted Jul 17, 2020, 3:09 PM by Tiffiny Munn
  • 7th Grade Madison Middle School Accelerated English/Language Arts Summer Reading Project Choose and read a book from the 2021 Sequoyah Intermediate Book List. Complete the kite project below.ALL projects are due the FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. No Exceptions.KITE ...
    Posted May 31, 2020, 8:43 AM by Granger Meador
  • Madison earns Distinguished School status for 3rd consecutive year For the third consecutive year, Madison has earned Distinguished School status in the Project Lead the Way STEM program. That recognition requires that Gateway to Technology units be offered at ...
    Posted May 9, 2020, 5:42 AM by Granger Meador
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School Supply Lists for 2020-2021

posted Jul 30, 2020, 8:46 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated Jul 30, 2020, 8:57 AM ]

Dress Code

posted Jul 17, 2020, 12:28 PM by Tiffiny Munn

DRESS CODE: Madison Middle School 2020 - 2021 

The following decorations and/or designs printed upon clothing or attached to the body (temporary or permanent) are prohibited:

  • Advertisement of tobacco, alcohol, or drugs

  • Sexually suggestive messages

  • Vulgar, profane, or violent messages

  • Messages advocating violence

All students participating in approved school activities are expected to comply with required dress code regulations while in class. Students who participate in school sponsored extracurricular activities must have their uniforms approved by the secondary school administration.  Spirit squads may be allowed to wear uniforms as approved by the building administration.Thick metal chains, dog collars, choke chains, wallet chains, etc. are prohibited.

Apparel for the Head or Face

Caps, hats, bandanas, or other head coverings may be worn in the school building when previously approved by the school’s administration for medical or religious reasons or for a school activity.  Sunglasses, unless prescribed by a physician to wear in the classroom, shall not be worn to class. FACE COVERINGS - There is strong evidence that face coverings for both the nose and mouth help interrupt the spread of COVID-19 by protecting both the wearers and those with whom they come in contact. This includes cloth masks, neck gaiters, face shields, and other CDC-recommended masks.

Upper Garments

Sleeveless shirts may be worn provided that the arm opening is not revealing of the student’s body or undergarments.  The fabric is to cover the student’s shoulder from the base of the neck to the top edge of the shoulder or arm.  Tank tops, spaghetti tops and basketball jerseys are permitted only when worn in combination with another shirt such that the combination meets the original dress code.

It is not permitted to wear clothing that exposes the back or shoulders. Low necklines, and/or bare midriffs are prohibited.  Garments must meet these requirements while sitting and/or bending and/or while hands are raised about the head. 

Lower Garments

Pants and shorts shall be worn at the waist.  Undergarments shall not be visible. Jeans with holes rips, shredding or exposed skin may be worn.  Exposed skin must be mid-thigh length which is at or below the level of the fingertips or 6 inches above the knee, whichever is longer.  Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be mid-thigh length which is at or below the level of the fingertips or 6 inches above the knee, whichever is longer.  When tights/leggings are worn, shirts/skirts/dresses/ will extend to finger-length, completely around the lower body.

Shoes and Footwear

Students must wear footwear while on school grounds or participating in a school activity.  Shoes with cleats and shoes with wheels are not acceptable footwear.  House shoes are prohibited.

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6th grade Transition Camp

posted Jul 17, 2020, 12:15 PM by Tiffiny Munn   [ updated Jul 17, 2020, 3:09 PM ]

6th Grade Parents,

6th Grade Madison Transition Camp will be held Thursday, July 30th from 8-5. Drop off begins at 7:45 and pick up no later than 5:25. We will serve breakfast, lunch, and snacks and each 6th grade student will receive a camp shirt. Your student will be required to wear a mask when we are inside. We will have many outside activities where a mask is not required but we do want them to be familiar with our building and will have a few indoor activities where they will have to wear a mask. Transition Camp cost is $5 payable when you drop your student off at camp. We do have some scholarships available, if you are interested in a scholarship please contact Cheryl Herard at herardca@bps-ok.org. To register your 6th grade for Madison Transition Camp 2020 send an email to Mrs. Cheryl Herard (herardca@bps-ok.org) with the following information: Student first and last name, shirt size, emergency contact name and phone number, and list any allergies.  

Attached is a flyer with Madison Transition Camp's information.

Any questions please contact Mrs. Cheryl Herardherardca@bps-ok.org.

Madison Transition Camp 2020 Info:


Students will pay a fee of $5.00 to attend the camp. Each student will receive a T-shirt, breakfast, lunch, and snacks.



Registration will open July 10th through July 23rd. To register your 6th grader email:

Mrs. Cheryl Herard (herardca@bps-ok.org)

With the following information:

·         Student first and last name

·         Shirt Size

·         Emergency Contact Name and Phone #

·         List any allergies



Free Breakfast and Lunch will be served along with morning and afternoon snacks.



July 30, 2020, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Drop off begins at 7:45 AM

Pick up by 5:25 PM


Camp Location

Madison Middle School

5900 Baylor Drive

Bartlesville, OK  74006



Students will be required to wear a mask for indoor activities.

7th Grade Madison Middle School Accelerated English/Language Arts Summer Reading Project

posted May 21, 2020, 8:50 AM by Jennifer England   [ updated May 31, 2020, 8:43 AM by Granger Meador ]

Choose and read a book from the 2021 Sequoyah Intermediate Book List.

Complete the kite project below.

ALL projects are due the FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. No Exceptions.


  • Cut a piece of copy paper into a square. You will need to cut the bottom 3 inches off the paper to make it a square.
  • Fold the corners down into the center.
  • Label the sections as follows: Characters, Setting, Problem, and Resolution. Decorate the outside. 
  • Lift up each section and fill out with information from the book. 
  • On the inner center section create an alternate front cover for the book. This needs to include the book title and author.
  • Attach streamers, string or strips of crepe paper to one corner.

We look forward to having you in 7th grade!


Mrs. Munn and Ms. Gagan

Summer Reading

Madison earns Distinguished School status for 3rd consecutive year

posted May 9, 2020, 5:42 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated May 9, 2020, 5:42 AM ]


For the third consecutive year, Madison has earned Distinguished School status in the Project Lead the Way STEM program. That recognition requires that Gateway to Technology units be offered at each grade level, that at least 50% of the student body participates, and at least 25% of the students advancing to high school participate in two or more units while in middle school. There are only eight other middle schools in the state which received that recognition for 2019-20, including Central Middle School in Bartlesville.  The recognition reflects the outstanding courses taught by teachers Shannon McKinney and Rachel Hough.

All six of the district’s elementary schools, both of its middle schools, and its high school each earned Distinguished School status for 2019-20. Bartlesville is one of just 24 districts across the U.S. to receive the honor of being a Distinguished District and the only district with that status in Oklahoma. PLTW is a nonprofit organization that provides STEM curricula to millions of PreK-12 students and teachers in schools across the U.S.

Bartlesville Public Schools offers PLTW Launch (K-5), PLTW Gateway (6-8), and PLTW Computer Science and Engineering courses at Bartlesville High School, with additional Engineering offerings available for students at Tri-County Tech.

Bartlesville Superintendent Chuck McCauley commented, “We are proud of this recognition for the quality, breadth, and depth of our STEM offerings in Bartlesville. This achievement reflects the hard work of many students and teachers as well as tremendous community support. The Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation joined with community partners, including ConocoPhillips, to fund our elementary PLTW Launch program. Our middle school and high school programs are housed in suites provided by a major grant from Phillips 66 and depend on state and federal funding as well as local bond issues. ConocoPhillips has been a continuing partner for the Technology Student Association in our secondary schools. We are truly blessed.”

This is the first year the district’s six elementary schools could qualify as Distinguished Schools, which required that at least two STEM modules be offered at each grade level with 75% or higher participation in the prior year. The district curriculum will expand this next year to four STEM modules in every classroom from kindergarten through fifth grade. Only 14 other elementary schools in the state have received Distinguished School recognition for 2019-20.

This is the second consecutive year that Bartlesville High School’s Computer Science program earned Distinguished School status, and the Engineering program at Bartlesville High School and Tri-County Tech also again received that recognition this year. So two of the 11 high school programs in the state receiving Distinguished School recognition are in Bartlesville. They had to provide at least three high school courses in the pathway, have at least 25% of students participate or have 33% of participating students take two or more PLTW courses, and have 95% of PLTW students complete End-of-Course assessments.

Through PLTW programs, students develop in-demand knowledge and skills that they will use both in school and for the rest of their lives, on any career path they take. As PLTW students progress through grades PreK-12, they are empowered to engage in problem-solving and process thinking, develop technical knowledge and skills, build communication skills, and explore career opportunities. Bartlesville now offers complete computer science and engineering pathways from kindergarten through 12th grade.

“It is a great honor to recognize Bartlesville Public Schools for their commitment to providing students with an excellent educational experience,” said Dr. Vince Bertram, President and CEO of PLTW. “They should be very proud of their work to ensure students have the knowledge and skills to be career-ready and successful on any career path they choose.” 

Bartlesville Public Schools is part of a community of public schools, colleges, universities, and corporate and philanthropic partners across the country united around a passion for providing students with inspiring, engaging, and empowering learning opportunities. For more information about PLTW’s recognition program, visit pltw.org/our-programs/program-recognition. 

For more information on the Bartlesville Public Schools’ PLTW programs, contact Dr. Stephanie Curtis, Executive Director of Personnel & School Support, at (918) 336-8600.

MMS Locker Cleanouts and Check-ins on May 20-21

posted May 8, 2020, 9:52 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated May 9, 2020, 6:25 AM ]

Dear Parents,

Thank you for your patience as we have navigated through this process. I am so happy with how most of our students have completed their school year. We certainly miss them and we are hopeful we get to start next school year normal. At this time, we cannot let anyone in the school building. However, we do need to get your students all of the items left in lockers. We would prefer that students clean them out, but that will not be able to happen this year. We will bag all of the items left in lockers and label each bag with the student’s name. Mrs. Axsom and I are going to personally help bag all of the lockers. Each grade level will have a different pick-up time. If you are unable to pick up your child’s items, we will plan an alternative pick up at a later date. 

The pick up times will be as follows:

  • 6th grade - May 20th - 9am-12pm
  • 7th grade - May 20th - 1pm-4pm
  • 8th grade - May 21st - 9am-12pm

You will drive through the front drive; this is separate from the meals drive-through around the sides and back of the building.

Please do not get out of the vehicle. You will tell us the name of the child and we will retrieve your locker bag.

If you ordered a yearbook, you can pull up and get the yearbook. If you are returning library books, you will put them in the designated box. 

Gym lockers will be bagged by coach Blain and available for pickup.

If you play a musical instrument, your instructor will be in contact with you if you are returning it. This will not be a drop-off day for instruments. Most of our students will keep their instruments and practices over the summer. 

Chromebooks and any cellular hotspots should NOT be turned in. That way students can continue to benefit from them.

This is definitely not how we would like to say goodbye and have a good summer, but it is what we will need to do for this year. Thank you again for your flexibility as we get through this school year. 


Joey Eidson


Final tech drive-through on May 13

posted Mar 31, 2020, 10:21 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated May 9, 2020, 6:30 AM ]

Distance learning for middle and high school students is online with the student's take-home Chromebook. If a middle school or high school student was issued a take-home Chromebook that is damaged or missing, then please take advantage of our final Chromebook swap drive-through at Bartlesville High School for this school year on Wednesday, May 13 from 10-11 a.m.

You can pull up in the loop drive off Hillcrest Drive, but please don't get out of your vehicle unless instructed to do so. Mrs. Meador will address Chromebook issues directly in front of the school, while for hotspots you would pull on around toward the exit for help from Mr. Michel.

Chromebook issues

Mrs. Meador, the Student Technology Support Team teacher, will need to know which school the student attends and his or her name (or ID number, if known). Please maintain proper 6-foot social distancing when dropping off a Chromebook or charger where directed. Mrs. Meador will place any replacement device at a separate spot which you may retrieve when instructed.

Mrs. Meador will not be checking insurance status nor assessing any fees until after the event each week when it is safe for her to evaluate and repair submitted devices.

Cellular hotspots

The new Connected Bruins program can provide, upon request, a cellular hotspot for a middle or high school student who lacks home internet service. Please see the online description of that program.

Hotspots can only provide about an hour of streaming video per day. So if you have no home internet service, please review the following options which can provide better access to streaming video:


Student Art Show at BCC in March 2020

posted Mar 5, 2020, 9:11 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated Mar 5, 2020, 9:11 AM ]

The BPSD Secondary Visual Art Department, including Madison Middle School and Bartlesville High School, is hosting an art show at the Bartlesville Community Center in March 2020.  The show is located in the upper level Lyon Gallery

Anyone can view the show during regular business hours Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. The address is 300 SE Adams Blvd

Gallery Opening on Tuesday, March 10
On Tuesday, March 10 from 5-6:30 p.m. there will be a gallery opening with refreshments as a come-and-go event. The show concludes on Friday, March 27. 
Student Art Show

Parent/Teacher Conferences

posted Mar 3, 2020, 7:50 AM by Jennifer England

Parent/Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher conferences are coming up on the evening of March 12th and the morning of March 13th. Sign up for a time with your student's team of teachers using the correlating link. 

6th grade Team 1 - March 12, March 13
6th grade Team 2 - March 12 and 13
7th grade Team 1 - March 12 and 13
7th grade Team 2 - March 12 and 13
8th grade Team 1 - March 12 and 13
8th grade Team 2 - March 12 and 13

Virus precautions

posted Mar 2, 2020, 8:55 AM by Granger Meador   [ updated Mar 3, 2020, 5:54 AM ]

Everyone is understandably concerned about the spread of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) and its potential impact on schools.  The district is already reviewing its cleaning plans and will be reviewing its emergency plans in case community spread of the disease eventually becomes a local issue.

At this time, it is important that we rely on prevention. The following guidelines will benefit everyone in controlling the far more pervasive influenza viruses as well.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. District restrooms are equipped with soap, which is preferred over hand sanitizers.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water, not sanitizer, if hands are visibly dirty.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Follow the CDC’s recommendations for using a facemask:
    • CDC does NOT recommend that people who are well wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory diseases, including COVID-19.
    • Facemasks should be used by people who show symptoms of COVID-19 to help prevent the spread of the disease to  others. The use of facemasks is also crucial for health workers and people who are taking care of someone in close settings (at home or in a health care facility).
  • Avoid sharing food.

Q: What are the symptoms and complications that COVID-19 can cause?
A: Current symptoms reported for patients with COVID-19 have included mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. Read about COVID-19 Symptoms.

Q: Should I be tested for COVID-19?
A: If you develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or shortness of breath, within 14 days after travel from areas where CDC has identified community spread of coronavirus, you should call ahead to a healthcare professional and mention your recent travel or close contact. 

If you have had close contact with someone showing these symptoms who has recently traveled from such an area, you should call ahead to a healthcare professional and mention your close contact and their recent travel. 

Your healthcare professional will work with the state public health department and CDC to determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19.

COVID-19 Resources


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