Important Message for Camelview Parents, Wednesday, October 18

The safety and security of our students is our highest priority. On Wednesday, October 18, at Madison Camelview Elementary there was an incident in the parking lot with an individual believed to be in possession of a gun. Camelview staff immediately followed lockdown procedure, and the Phoenix Police Department was notified. All students are safe and accounted for.

Shortly thereafter, Phoenix police arrived on campus, assessed the situation, and approved the school to go off lockdown. The incident did not affect bus schedules. The district is cooperating with Phoenix Police and there will be a Phoenix Police Department presence at Madison Camelview the remainder of this week.

Because this is an ongoing police investigation, we are unable to comment further. We are grateful for the rapid response from our team and police officers.

We reiterate, all Madison Camelview students are safe and accounted for. We will provide additional updates as we receive them from Phoenix PD.

Hilary O’Brien
Principal, Madison Camelview

Madison Camelview Elementary, home of the Cubs, is an A-rated school of approximately 600 students, serving grades preschool through 4th grade.

Madison Camelview focuses on providing each child with an engaging learning environment in which all students reach their full potential and prioritizes quality instruction so that teachers may provide extraordinary learning for all. We work to actively engage students through cooperative learning, differentiated instruction, celebrate student success, foster good citizenship through PBIS CUBS expectations, use data to drive instruction, and involve parents and families through community activities.

Throughout the year, teachers focus on goal setting for each individual child so that the parent/teacher and child have a partnership in the learning process. Students become involved in their learning and learn strategies that will help them to become successful lifelong learners.

Leadership, community and the growth mindset are other priority areas at Camelview. Students who serve on the student council in 3rd and 4th grade are provided opportunities to give back to the school and the community.

Outside each classroom hangs a variety of university flags and the year the class will be graduating high school. Our goal is to expose and teach our students about the different opportunities the universities have to offer.

The Camelview PTO has a variety of family-oriented events which include BINGO and movie nights.

For more information about Madison Camelview or to schedule a tour please feel free to contact us!

Why Camelview?

Principal’s Letter

2017-2018 Curriculum Night

Positive Vibes to Teachers and Staff

Send your positive comments and kind words of encouragement to a Madison Camelview teacher or staff with this Google Form:  Positive Vibes Form

Madison Camelview Shines!

Look at the recent and past accomplishments by Madison Camelview Students, Staff and Teachers!

School Year Name Award Organization 
2017-2018 Linda Delgadillo-Kindergarten Teacher ELL Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalist AZ Department of Education
Stacy Aguilar-4th Grade Teacher AZ Teacher of the Year Candidate AZ Department of Education
2016-2017 Hilary O’Brien-Principal Rodel Exemplary Principal Award The Rodel Foundation
Stacy Aguilar-4th Grade Teacher AZ Cardinals MVP in the Classroom University of Phoenix
Jessie McKinley-Music Teacher Learning Grant SRP
Madison Camelview PBIS Achievement Award – Silver PBISaz
Chris Alvarez-4th Grade Student, Sebastian Alvarez-4th Grade Student, Jordyn Munoz-4th Grade Student, Monico Grado-4th Grade Student The Challenge Foundation Scholarship Recipient The Challenge Foundation
2015-2016 Mwafaq Traq Abed-1st Grade Student Most Growth ELL Score AZ Department of Education
Madison Camelview PBIS Achievement Award – Silver PBISaz
Jeannie Swanson-Kindergarten Teacher Rodel Exemplary Teacher Finalist The Rodel Foundation
Melissa Brammer-Kindergarten Teacher ELL Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalist AZ Department of Education
Nikki Quezada-2nd Grade Teacher AZ Teacher of the Year Finalist AZ Department of Education
Kira Hiromi Aguilar Hernandez, 4th Grade Student
Daisy Rosales, 4th Grade Student
The Challenge Foundation Scholarship Recipient The Challenge Foundation
2014-2015 Madison Camelview Achievement Award-Bronze PBISaz
2013-2014 Madison Camelview Achievement Award-Merit PBISaz
2012-2013 Ben Travis, 3rd Grade Student
Henry Palmer, 3rd Grade Student
Perfect Score – National Math Contest Noetic Learning.com
2011-2012 Jennifer Glueck-1st Grade ELD Teacher Arizona ELL Teacher of the Year Az Department of Education