MMSD Scholars connected with area leaders and engaged in workshops on Cultural Sensitivity, Post-Secondary Options, Financial Literacy, Mental Health, and Restorative Justice.
Dr. Anu Ebbe makes a difference wherever she goes
Recently, educators, administrators, and students from across the state came together for a 'Unity in the Community' rally in an effort to encourage voters toward the polls to bring change to Wisconsin’s education system.
Through Findorff 's Youth Apprenticeship program, MMSD students like Owen Markofski are gaining hands-on experience and training in construction, while also getting a jumpstart on a future career in the construction industry.
MMSD Scholars reflect on why it is important to vote!
As the only Hmong bilingual program in the state of Wisconsin, Lake View Elementary is truly unique and special. Seeing students learn both Hmong and English languages is something Principal Nkauj Nou Vang-Vue is proud of.
Elementary, middle, and high school students share why celebrating Hmong New Year is important to them, their favorite food and drinks to enjoy during the celebration, and why others should know about this special time.
By dedicating days for teacher teams to do this work supports the regular cycle of planning, teaching, reflecting and adjusting needed for professional growth and student learning.
Like many MMSD staff, Dr. Ebbe has been fighting for equity in education. This commitment earned her Wisconsin's 2022 secondary principal of the year and she received a 2022 Herb Kohl Foundation Award. Under her leadership, Sherwood Hills Elementary was designated a national blue ribbon school for its academic achievement.
MMSD Board of Education invests nearly $1.4 million to purchase new instruments for our school orchestra and band programs — a much needed infusion aimed at increasing equity of access to high-quality instruments for all of our scholars.
One MMSD nurse goes the extra mile to drop off tests for her extended MMSD family.
New MMSD staff member Anthony Cox has returned to his elementary school because of the impact current Principal Andrea Kreft made on him as a student.
Jeremy Thornton, class of 2004 East High School, special education teacher, as well as the head football coach at Madison East High School shares what it means to have Eastside Pride.