• Online Community Events & Activities Board

  • Read our 2014-2015 Annual Report

    This report details the progress we've made as a district on the MMSD Strategic Framework

  • Help us welcome our new principals for the
    2015-16 school year!

  • Apply Now for Free or Reduced-Price Meals

    If there is any possibility that you qualify for free or reduced-price breakfast and lunch, please fill out the form.

  • MMSD releases Draft English Language Learner Plan

    Draft English Language Learner Plan

  • Students create, share and explore in engaging learning environments

    See how teachers and students are using technology to transform teaching and learning

  • Congratulations to Cristhabel Martinez,
    Alexis Johnson and Cerxio Guerrero

    These three MMSD students were awarded scholarships from the
    Boys & Girls Club

  • MMSD Staff:

    Read about upcoming events, opportunities, staff accomplishments, announcements and more at Staff eNews

  • Your source for project updates

    Find information about the upcoming construction projects at the schools in the referendum

  • Join our family of dedicated teachers and staff

    Seeking highly qualified candidates

Dear families and community members,

Welcome to the Madison Metropolitan School District. We are privileged to serve the children and families of our community.

As a school district, we are on a mission to close the gaps in opportunity that lead to disparities in achievement, and to ensure every child is academically challenged in a safe and supportive environment. Together with our teachers, families, staff and community, we want to be the model of a successful public school district. Read more.

The Tdap vaccine is a required immunization for all students entering 6th grade. Tdap is the adolescent combination vaccine that protects against Tetanus, Diptheria and Pertussis (whooping cough). Only one dose is required. Parents need to make sure that their child is immunized with the Tdap vaccine by the 30th day of school in the fall; otherwise, there is the risk of the child being excluded from school. Parents whose children are not up to date will receive a letter from MMSD at the end of 5th grade and then again in the beginning of 6th grade. If you have questions, call 663-8427. Learn more.

Download your school's supply list for the 2015-16 school year

Join the Read Up campaign to promote reading and give parents and caregivers tools to help children get more from their reading.
Learn more

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