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Important!!! Please Check Your Students' Course Requests by June 8th

2021-2022 Course Request Slide Deck

Update 6/11: Congratulations Graduate! Please check out the Senior Page on this site to view photos from Graduation

Update 6/3: Textbook & Materials Return Information

Seniors will be returning all devices and textbook on June 14th by Alpha, please see the directions below as well as the schedule. It can also be viewed on the Materials Return One Pager located her.

Underclassmen (Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors) will be returning ONLY textbooks and NOT devices on June 7th by Alpha, please see the directions below as well as the schedule. It can also be viewed on the Materials Return One Pager located here.

To help expedite your materials request. Please use this document for step by step directions on when, where and how to return your materials.

Step 1: Check your email, see Ms. Sandra in the library, or email her at to get a list of what materials are checked out to you.

Step 2: Gather all your materials and reference the schedule below. All students will need to return their materials between June 7th-9th. It is expected that all students will bring their materials on Monday June 7th.

Step 3: Bring all materials on Monday, June 7th at your indicated time below.

  • All students will need to take their materials to the library during their return time.

  • Any student who missed their scheduled time can return their materials between the hours of 1:30-4pm near the softball field and the 500 building parking lot.

Schedule by Alpha

Time Alpha

Period 1 A-F

Period 2 G-O

Period 3 P-Z

1:30pm-3pm Online Students/Missed Appointments

Update 6/2: Early Assessment Program (EAP) & CAASPP Details for 6/4 Testing

Thank you to everyone who opted in for the EAP & CAASPP Testing. Unfortunately registration has been closed for everyone else, but to those who are signed up. You should have received an email with the details. If you didn't see it, please see the details below.

Please have your student report to room 101 this Friday, June 4th no later than 8:30am. Testing will last until approximately 2pm.

Prior to coming to campus, please make sure your student has completed the Clearpass form, has their mask, snacks/water, and their district issued device.

When they arrive, the teacher will check their Clearpass, assign a seat and begin testing as soon as possible to get everyone out on time. They will take a few breaks in between.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact Mr. Salamanca (

Update 5/26: Vaccinations @ Madison on 6/9

For more information, please click here.

Update 3/18: Senior Yearbook

Yearbook is honoring each senior with a half page highlight. Seniors must follow these steps to create that page by April 9. This link is also available in the Class of 2021 Google Classroom. Click here for more information on how to get your senior their half page.

Update 3/17: Athletics Updates- Observers @ Events

With the excitement of our athletic events opening and competitions beginning to happen at SDUSD High Schools, we wanted to provide some guidelines to our families. Please understand that this is a fluid situation and we will update you throughout the season as we receive additional information.

If given permission to attend and observe any athletic events on our campus to see your child participate, please follow these guidelines as outlined below:

  • Attendance is limited to immediate family living in the household (Maximum of 4 people)

  • Masks must be worn at all times when on the SDUSD Campus

  • Social distancing of 6 feet must be observed between non-household members at the event, as well as when entering and exiting

  • Observers may arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to the event

  • Observers MUST leave the facility immediately following the event

  • The facility will be cleared out in between events to allow for the next cohort of observers

  • If you don’t feel well or are currently experiencing any of the COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home

  • Wash or sanitize your hands frequently

  • Cover your mouth when you cough

Please help keep our student athletes, coaches, and community safe by adhering to all California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and San Diego County Public Health orders and guidelines. We look forward to a successful opening of our athletic programs and appreciate your continued support.

Click Here to learn more abou the College Promise. The opportunity to get your tuition paid for, for the first two years of your Junior College Experience.

Take the SATs for free (Juniors Only) on March 24, 2021

Good News Juniors!

For those of you that missed the opportunity to sign up for the PSATs, due to inclement weather, it has been postponed to March 24, 2021. If you are interested in taking the PSATs, the district will be paying for all juniors to take it for free. To sign up, please follow the directions below.

1. Students will need to complete a short application by April 1 to be eligible for this alternative entry to the National Merit Scholarship.

2. It is recommended that students get COVID tested before the exam. The county has free tests or you may check with your child’s health care provider for their options.

3. Students who test positive CANNOT participate in the exam. All students will need to complete a health questionnaire or Clear Pass before coming to campus.

4. Schools will email details about arrival time for the March 24 exam date in early March.

5. This opportunity is completely voluntary and not required.

Questions? Please contact your school’s coordinator at or district coordinator

Help Us Help You Fight COVID-19

Please notify your school nurse if you or anyone in your household test positive for COVID-19 or are experiencing COVID-like symptoms!


School Nurses currently are:

  • Helping with health needs during COVID

  • Supporting student's academics and well-being

  • Collaborating with teaching team for time missed due to illness in the home or when the student is sick

  • Connecting families to community and school resources

Do not send your student to school if they have the following:

  • Fever with or without chills/rigors (fever defined as temp >100.0 that does not resolve within 30 min. without medication)

  • Cough

  • Shortness of breath

  • Nasal congestion/rhinorrhea (runny nose)

  • Sore throat

  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea

  • Fatigue

  • New loss of taste/smell

  • Headache

  • Muscle or body aches

  • Poor feeding or poor appetite

Keeping our school community safe takes a team effort.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Curbside Grab n’ Go Meal Locations that will remain open to provide meals to children for the first three days of Winter Break. Meals will be available for all children 18 years and younger on Monday 12/21, Tuesday 12/22 and Wednesday 12/23 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. for drive-thru or walk-up pick-up. In addition to the 5 meals per child each day that we will be distributing, every site will also have boxes of grocery items to distribute on one of the three days.

Find enclosed the Winter Break Meal flyer.


  • Bell Middle School

  • Chavez Elementary

  • Cherokee Point Elementary

  • Clark Middle

  • Dewey Elementary

  • Encanto Elementary

  • Euclid Elementary

  • Hancock Elementary

  • Hoover High

  • Ibarra Elementary

  • Kearny High

  • Logan-Memorial

  • Madison High

  • Mira Mesa High

  • Porter North Elementary

  • Sherman Elementary

  • Standley Middle

  • Walker Elementary

  • Wilson Middle

  • Zamorano Fine Arts

Need Extra Support in Class

Schedule or meet with your teacher for more support. See this document for the dates available. Click Here

Hello Warhwawk Families, for more information on Standards Based Grading (SBG), Click Here

Questions about Grading? Please see the attached letter.

For more information on what grading looks like this year, please click here

Athletics Update: Warhawks and Warhawk Families!

Interested in athletics for the 2020 school year? Atch this short video from our Athletic Director tolearn about our seasons and athletic clearance.

Want to Get Involved Parents? Click here

School Site Council Needs You!

Are you interested in helping to make important school-wide decisions? Please consider serving on the Madison High School School Site Council (SSC). The Madison High School SSC has one (1) parent position for a two-year (2020-2021/2021-2022) term. School Site Council is an elected position. If you are interested in running for the open position, please submit your name, your student’s name and a few sentences introducing yourself and explaining why you are running for the position to Mr. Greg Williams This description will be added to the election ballot. The deadline for submitting your name for candidacy is Tuesday, September 22, 2020.

The Council will meet one Monday a month(usually the last Monday) during the school year to review school-wide goals, discuss site funds, and approve a yearly plan for student achievement. SSC consists of elected members representing parents, teachers, students, the school principal, and other school employees, each of whom serve a two-year term. The first scheduled meeting will be Monday, September 28, 2020 from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM via Zoom. We greatly appreciate your willingness to support Madison High with your time.

2020-21 Warhawk Schedule.Rev 9.4.20.pdf

Fall 2020 Online Learning Schedule Explained

Zoom Help Needed? Click Here

Textbook & Materials Distribution (Pick Up Dates)

If you missed the pick up dates and need your textbooks or have not yet received a device and need one, please fill out the Student Material Request Form and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please do not come to school prior to receiving a confirmation email.

Location: Back Lot near softball fields off of Doliva Dr.

Warhawk Assistance

If you need assistance during this pre-registration or throughout the school year, here is a link to make your request:

Hello Warhawk Families,

Please click here for an important update from Mrs. Seaton as well as very important instructions for starting our first week of Online Learning. All of the diretions and links for starting the first week without a glitch will be found here as well as step by step directions.

Health Card Form

Communication Platforms

During online learning it is critical we have your up-to-date contact information. When your phone number or email changes, be sure to update in PowerSchool. Please do not block our emails, as you will miss any future important updates. In addition to emails home, we will include updates in our Warhawk Whisper, Facebook, Instagram, and our website (

Signing in to Clever to access all Online Learning Platforms

More Information to Come

  • First days of school

  • Virtual Office Hours for Parents

All SDUSD students have Google for Education accounts. Students can sign intgo their district Google account by using their Active Directory ID and password:

Google Account: student ID (For example:

Please contact Mr. Sokil at for Active Directory ID and password information.

Important Information: Welcome Letter To Families

Device Distribution (Pick Up Dates)

For those Warhawks who need a device to start the 2020 school year, please come to Madison High School at the scheduled date and time listed below. If you are unable to come at any of the designated times listed below, please complete this form: Be prepared to complete the Health Form upon arrival. Here is a digital form if you’d like to complete the Health Form and print it out before you arrive: We will have hard forms available also. Please bring your school ID. Remain in your vehicle and be sure to have your facial covering on. If you walk in, please also be sure to follow physical distancing guidelines.

  • 9th & 11th Grade

    • August 21st, 2020 8am-10am & 2pm-4pm

  • 10th & 12th Grade

    • August 28th, 2020 8am-10am & 2pm-4pm

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