Madison Elementary School

Welcome to Madison Elementary
Welcome to Madison Elementary! We are very proud of our students and our programs. We believe that quality education can be achieved through high expectations of student performance and behavior. It is essential to have a strong family-school-community partnership; and a dedicated, enthusiastic staff committed to providing the best education possible for our children. 

Mr. Kieffer, Principal

Madison Elementary offers many programs to enhance as well as support student achievement. These programs are
  • Literacy Groups
  • Madison 20-20 Reading Program
  • Computer Club
  • Madison Student of the Month
  • Response to Intervention (RTI)
  • Safenet
  • Kid's Hope
  • MHS Athlete Reading Program
  • Madison / Jefferson ATP
  • March Reading Month
We look forward to working with you and your child to provide the best education possible. By working together your child will have a happy and successful school year. If you have any questions please call the Madison office 231-723-5212 or email at mkieffer@manistee.org

Mission Statement

The mission of the Madison Elementary School Staff is to develop confident, productive citizens through challenging curriculum, parental involvement, and community support.

It is the policy of the Manistee Area Public Schools to provide an equal opportunity for all students to learn through the curriculum offered in this district

In Manistee Area Public Schools we want all students to become:
  • Responsible citizens who are ethical, productive members of a global society; take responsibility for their own actions and physical well-being; are environmentally conscious; and contribute their time; energies, and talents for the improvement of their community and the quality of life for all.
  • Effective communicators who posses skills in written, visual, and spoken skills.
  • Self-confident individuals who demonstrate a positive self-image and are caring, sensitive and flexible human beings. Life long learners understand that learning is a process, not an event.