Madison Elementary School Mission:
The mission of Madison Elementary School, as a community focused on the needs and dignity of children, is to ensure that all of our students become self-directed learners, to empower them to be productive and successful citizens as they acquire the knowledge, skills, and processes necessary to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. Our school strives to meet our mission by providing a safe, clean, nurturing environment, actively challenging and involving learners, meeting individual learning styles, providing a variety of educational experiences and technologies, and involving and valuing the student, the family, the community, and the staff of our school.
District 200 Vision:
Our vision is to be an exemplary, student-focused school district that is highly regarded for the competence and character or our students and the excellence of our people, programs, and learning environment.
District 200 Mission:
Our mission is to inspire, educate, challenge, and support all students to reach their highest level of learning and personal development.
Madison Elementary School History:
Madison Elementary opened its doors in 1964, under the leadership of principal Dr. William Stone. Following the tenure of Principal Stone, Mr. Gene Sikorski began his tenure as Madison's principal, serving 23 years. During that time, Madison was renovated and expanded, providing additional classrooms, two large gymnasiums, an updated library-learning center, an art room, a music room, conference rooms, and other support areas. It now encompasses 7 acres with the adjacent park on its western edge. Upon Principal Sikorski's retirement in 2009, Madison welcomed its third principal, Mr. Tim Callahan.
The Madison school community includes approximately 445 students for the 2021-22 school year and is one of thirteen elementary schools in Wheaton/Warrenville Community Unit School District 200. There are four middle schools for children in sixth through eighth grade and two high schools. The total student enrollment of the district is around 13,000 students. Students living in the Madison attendance area will attend Edison Middle School and Wheaton-Warrenville South High School.