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Madison Junior School Social: May 17

Come and Help Us Get Our Geek On. Visit to purchase your tickets today to the Madison Junior School Social.


Your ticket includes, Apps by Chef Loryn, SweetBytes, Beer+Wine, a Nerds Wine Pull and a one-of-a-kind Silent Auction.  The items include: Principal for a Day, Vice Principal as your Butler, Original Artwork by Mrs. Gebstaedt, Front Row Seats at Promotion Ceremony, Reserved Parking for Promotion, Front Row Seats for the fall MJS musical and two coveted Morning Drive-Through Drop Off Privilege Passes. 

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The PTO is raising funds specifically for technological enhancements throughout MJS, including Acer Tablets, Digital Classroom Cameras, additional educational software and a fully-loaded mobile tech cart and charging station.  This impressive cart will be on display at the event.  Your donation will go directly to funding our students and the technology they use throughout the year.  


Help us get our Geek On Saturday, May 17 from 7 to 11 p.m. The event is being held at the newly constructed home at 1 Loantaka Terrace in Madison and has been graciously donated by Golden Grass LLC, an investment group comprised of local Madison and Harding residents.  


Reserve your ticket now at


Questions? email Gretchen Sinha at


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