The school’s two fourth grade classes staged the event to celebrate the completion of the first module of their literacy curriculum
A new pilot restorative justice initiative at West High School is an engaging, community-building alternative to suspension.
The excitement at Jefferson Middle School’s first-ever STEAM Fair was electrifying–and not just because of the static electricity demonstrations.
In December, through a partnership with Free Bikes 4 Kidz Madison & Wisconsin Bike Federation, a group of MMSD cyclists received free bikes of their own.
The Academy is designed to expand access to college courses in science, technology, engineering and math and to increase opportunities for students to earn college credit in high school at no cost to them or their families.
Through the hallways of Midvale Elementary, students honored Martin Luther King Jr. as they held signs and sang "We Shall Overcome." In teaching students about the Civil Rights icon, students got a lesson in tolerance, inclusion and acceptance.
The newly created after-school activity at La Follette High School offers a positive space for scholars to channel artistic energy.
A small group of scholars at Lincoln Elementary are developing their leadership skills as they work together on school wide projects.
In the month of February, schools across MMSD participate in the district's annual Read Your Heart Out (RYHO) event in celebration of National African American Parent Involvement Day.
The MMSD community is cordially invited to watch the 2023 State of the District Address, live streamed on YouTube from East High School.
Vel Phillips Memorial High School earned the College Board's 2021-22 AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award this week for expanding young women’s access to the AP Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) course.
District Staff had the honor of surprising three members of the MMSD family with news of being recipients of the inaugural Superintendents' Impact Award.
Find out about this Memorial High School construction update provided by Findorff
Monday, January 16th we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Let his words and legacy inspire you to be great and do great things for your community today and every day.
Find out about this La Follette High School construction update provided by Findorff
Find out about this Southside Elementary School construction update provided by Findorff
Laura Harrington - Thank you for always being so responsive and assisting with all the payroll needs! You rock! KC
Sue Schmitt-Star PT One of the most dedicated, efficient and knowledgeable advocates I've ever seen. Always thinking of ways to make things better for our kiddos and constantly going above and beyond. YOU'RE THE BEST!
Thanks to Mrs. Kemp at Chavez for making learning fun! My child loves school and is excited to go each day! Thank you!
Shoutout to all the staff at Kennedy Elementary School who are filling in for each other because of the sub shortage.
Sherman Staff You all are AMAZING people and educators. Your School Leadership Team wants to acknowledge all your dedicated hard work that often goes unacknowledged. Because of all your dedication and hard work, our scholars have a clean school to walk into every day, delicious food prepared, a smile to greet them, a friendly voice answering the phones, well-prepared lessons, and student help ready to go daily. Keep up your well-appreciated efforts and determination. The students aren't just surviving. They are truly thriving.
Nikki Haak is a phenomenal help in any classroom she graces! She is a warm-demander and students of all abilities respond so well to her. She listens carefully to classroom teachers and is able to assist instruction on the fly. Kuddo, Nicci! I wish Huegel could clone you over and over again!
Ms. Kelli Kruser, Lincoln Elementary office administrator. Her amazing work, flexibility, and support for our school staff here at Lincoln is amazing. Thank you
Andrea Herrera, Lincoln Elementary Social Worker. She truly puts our families first and her work on informing them about community opportunities is amazing. Nosotros la queremos mucho!!
A shout - out to Kim in payroll. She is super responsive, kind and has been amazing with making sure that new hires get paid! Thank you Kim for everything you do for our MMSD employees! Jaimi Noriega
MacKenzie Swanson and Annie Hank planned and executed an amazing Future Planning 2.0 week with Lancer Seniors! MacKenzie and Annie are the heart and soul of La Follette and their passion for supporting ALL students to be College, Career and Community Ready is inspiring. Thank you for your innovation and dedication to the work! I appreciate you!