Afterschool Coding

Our most popular after school class is BACK! Many thanks to Mrs. Miller for offering this amazing program again! This year, coding will be available to students both in-person and virtually. There will also be two separate courses available throughout the school year starting in October. Registration is available here: LINK TO SIGN UP FOR … Continue Reading »

Miss Smith Lands A BIG One!

Special congratulations goes out to Miss Michaela Smith, our school’s Inclusion Specialist, for her work in landing financing to augment our learning resource efforts.   This month, the FSC Foundation reported that they are able to respond to St. Madeleine Sophie School with a grant for $2,500. During the year 2019, the FSC Foundation received 121 … Continue Reading »

Unified Robotics Champions!

The 2019 Special Olympics Unified Robotics Championship was all St. Madeleine’s as our teams took home the top prizes!  The event was the culmination of an eight-week season this fall.  Excitement was everywhere as our students showed off their hard work. Unified Robotics joins teams of students with and without disabilities working together to build … Continue Reading »

Castello Award 2019

As most of you know, each year during our Gala we present the Castello Award to a person who has been instrumental in assisting our parish school in developing our mission to Serve, Lead, Love and Learn.  The Award finds its origins in the story of Blessed Margaret of Castello.  You can learn more about … Continue Reading »

Gala 2019: All-Time Success!

We are slowly collecting each expense and will soon have the final accounting from our 2019 INCREDIBLE Celebrate St. Madeleine’s event, but for now we are thrilled to report that our gross total amount raised will be somewhere near $300,000 !!!  This ensures that after expenses, we will make our budgeted goal for operations and … Continue Reading »

Accreditation Site Visit Complete!

On Thursday, February 14, a visiting team of educators selected by the Western Catholic Educational Association completed their three-day site visit with the delivery of their Report of Findings.  The visit was the culminating experience of an eighteen-month-long process of reflection on our last accreditation term by faculty, students, parents, parishioners and supporters.   The team’s … Continue Reading »

National Banner Assembly

(Click Here to read Bellevue Reporter article 12/21/18) On Thursday, December 13, the entire St. Madeleine’s community joined with archdiocesan and Special Olympics representatives to celebrate the arrival of our Special Olympics National Unified School banner! The assembly was made even more special with the appearance of the Mariner Moose and a personalized video congratulations … Continue Reading »

Seraph Bots Put On A Show!

The 2018 Special Olympics Unified Robotics Championship capped off a six-week season last weekend and our Seraphs were there! Unified robotics pairs teams of students with and without intellectual disabilities working together to build robots.  On November 18, schools from across Western Washington gathered at the Pacific Science Center to compete in a tournament-style event … Continue Reading »

SMS Victorious @MathGames!

Billed by host, Seattle Prep, as “The most festive math event this side of the full moon!” the annual Math Games was quite the success for St. Madeleine’s!   The Halloween-themed competition featured zombie eyeballs and skeleton friends, giant spiders and sticky bug-gut juice!  Witches and feathers and ruby red blood drops … fun! Catholic schools … Continue Reading »

Leadership Evolution

This summer, Ms. Martine Romero accepted the role of School Principal, taking the helm from founding Principal Dan Sherman, following his fourteen year term in the position. Martine is an eight year veteran of our program.  She completed her undergraduate degree at Gonzaga University, followed by her Masters at the University of Notre Dame.  She … Continue Reading »

National Recognition Once Again!

This summer, St. Madeleine’s was notified that it was awarded National status as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School.  One of only 200 schools (elementary through university level) in the country to achieve this designation, staff worked through an extensive application process that required review at both the state and National level. A national Unified … Continue Reading »