• Mid-Year Review of Progress

    See examples of our progress so far this school year and updates on schools and students

  • Check your email for your link to this confidential survey.

    This is your chance to directly impact the work we focus on. Make your voice heard about bullying, the school environment, relationships and more.

  • Online Community Events & Activities Board

    Looking for a fun summer activity for your family?

  • Enrollment for 4K and Kindergarten is March 6

  • Tune in to our Spanish-language radio show
    ¿Qué pasa en nuestras escuelas?

    Every third Thursday of the month from 9-11am on La Movida, 1480AM

  • MMSD Schools Celebrate Black History Month

    Through Read Your Heart Out, Hidden Figures and other educational celebrations, our students are learning about Black History Month

  • Our vision is that every child will graduate from high school ready for college, career and community.

    We are working to make this vision a reality and invite you to learn more about the unique opportunities offered in Madison schools.

  • Thank you to everyone who applied for Personalized Pathways

    We are excited to start our first Pathway, Health Services, next year at all four high schools

  • Meet your child's new elementary report card

    Find resources to learn what the new standards-based report cards are all about

  • Join our family of dedicated teachers and staff

We are a school district that values and celebrates diversity unequivocally. We are proud to be home to a beautiful population of students, families and staff of different races, faiths, national origins, immigration status, political viewpoints, abilities, sexual orientation and gender identity. Every student and family is a valued member of our community.

We feel it is of particular importance now to voice our support the incredible trans students, staff and families throughout our district as well as for our immigrant students and families.

We are dedicated to creating inclusive and welcoming learning communities and we take seriously our responsibility to provide safe and nondiscriminatory environments for all students, including students of all gender identities. This includes our practice of allowing students to use facilities consistent with their gender identity. We will not waver in our commitment to this and all other inclusive practices in our schools.

Similarly, all students and families, regardless of immigration status, are important members of our community and we are committed to ensuring that they are always welcome and safe in our schools. Based on concerns we have heard, we've compiled resources that can help families find the information and services they need.

Thank you for your partnership in ensuring our schools are safe and welcoming environments for all.

Vaccinations don’t just protect your child – they protect everyone your child comes in contact with. Certain vaccinations are required by MMSD to protect all our students and staff. You can find the list of required immunizations on the MMSD Health Services webpage. You can also check the Wisconsin Immunization Registry and view information about the free immunization clinic. Check the registry, or talk with your doctor to make sure that your vaccination schedule is complete, or up to date.

Your child's report card will look different this year. Rather than giving number grades (1-4), K-5 teachers will be reporting on your child's progress toward grade-level expectations, or standards, that students should meet by the end of the school year.

Visit mmsd.org/report-cards to find resources to help you and your child understand what the new report cards mean and measure. View a sample report card for each grade level; watch videos; download general resources including an extensive guide and FAQs for families, a quick-reference guide, and bookmarks; or reference materials that you can use to guide the conversation at your next parent-teacher conference.

Every school a thriving school, every child ready for college, career and community