Madera Adult School
2037 West Cleveland Ave
Madera, CA 93637
(559) 675 - 4425
The mission of Madera Adult School is to provide students with lifelong learning skills to achieve their educational, career, and personal goals by developing respect, responsibility, and accountability, thus empowering the students to transition into the workforce and become contributing citizens of a global community.
Madera Adult School will be recognized as an innovative and progressive learning institution where students are inspired and supported by staff to be successful in the twenty-first century.
Madera Unified District Graduate Proflie
BE CRITICAL THINKERS AND PROBLEM SOLVERS
- Identify, collect, and synthesize data to formulate possible solutions to make appropriate decisions
- Access, analyze, research and evaluate information to apply in a variety of settings
BE EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATORS
- Follow verbal and written directions, utilizing effective listening and comprehension skills
- Express themselves competently and cooperatively through oral, written, and technical skills
BE PRODUCTIVE AND RESPONSIBLE LEARNERS/WORKERS
- Demonstrate employability skills
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively
- Take initiative and adapt to change
- Will acquire college and career readiness skills
DEMONSTRATE PERSONAL, CIVIC, AND GLOBAL RESPONSIBILITY
- Promote cultural sensitivity and universal respect
- Have a positive impact on their family, school, workplace, and community
- Foster future leaders and exceptional citizens by promoting civic awareness through active participation
- Knowledge and utilization of community resources
NO SMOKING ON ANY MADERA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPERTY: The Madera Unified School District Policy prohibits smoking on all district campuses and in district vehicles. Students and employees are not allowed to smoke on school grounds, parking lots, or in parked vehicles.
Madera Adult School Statements for Harassment: The District has adopted a strict policy containing rules and procedures for reporting harassment and pursuing remedies. Any student, staff member, or parent who feels that a harassment has occurred should immediately contact the teacher, counselor, administrator, or principal of the school. If the concern is not resolved, a formal complaint may be initiated at the school or by directly contacting the district Title IX Coordinator at 675 - 4500.
Sexual Harassment by any employee or any student shall not be allowed. Sexual harassment is prohibited by the Madera Unified School District and may result in disciplinary action to the offending employee or student. Sexual harassment means unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal, visual or physical conduct of a sexual nature made by someone under any of the conditions delineated in Ed Code 212.5.
Children in Classrooms: Children are not permitted in classrooms except in selected Parent Education classes.
Non-Discrimination Policy: District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, marital or parental status, physical or mental disabilities.
Uniform Complaint Procedure: In accordance with State guidelines, the District has adopted Uniform Complaint Procedures. Contact the Madera Unified School District Office or Madera Adult School for a copy of the policy.Attendance: A student will be dropped from class after 2 absences, 2 tardies, 2 leave early, or a combination of any 2. If you are going to be absent, you are to notify your teacher as arrangements can be made for you to attend another class to make up for the absence.