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S.T.E.M. is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in five specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Madison is committed to using S.T.E.A.M. as an access ramp to educational content, digital classrooms, coding and robotics, design thinking and more. Creating a culture of learning that will fill our halls with curiosity and achievement. 

STEM Class at Madison Elementary

Class Pillars for Success

Madison Elementary’s STEM class vision is to provide a student-centered approach to learning that encourages curiosity, creativity, artistic expression, collaboration, communication, problem solving, critical thinking, and design thinking through an integrated, interdisciplinary approach.

  • Connect skills and ideas across disciplines to generate new ideas
  • Inspire creativity and ingenuity through engineering
  • Work through frustration and develop grit
  • Utilize creative ways to interpret content
  • Expand learning beyond our walls
  • Develop solutions and innovations through teamwork and collaboration
  • Develop reasoning, questioning and justification skills
PLTW Launch school




Madison is a distinguished Project Lead the Way School.

PLTW Distinguished Program Recognition celebrates districts and schools committed to helping students own their education by increasing student access, engagement, and achievement in their PLTW programs. We are excited to celebrate and recognize incredible achievements.

PLTW Launch Students Learn Through Exploration and Discovery.

Young learners are naturally wired for discovery. PLTW Launch is designed with activities that let them see what they can be and build skills to discover what they can do.

Students are immersed in hands-on activities, projects, and problems that build upon each other and relate to the real world. They experience integrated learning that blends computer science, engineering, and more. Throughout the modules, even the youngest learners apply their math and English Language Arts (ELA) skills, learn science to standards, and adopt skills that are foundational across disciplines.

Additionally, to support rigorous learning for all students, including America’s 5 million English Language Learners, all PLTW Launch students and teachers have access to curriculum in both English and Spanish.