MMSD Scholars connected with area leaders and engaged in workshops on Cultural Sensitivity, Post-Secondary Options, Financial Literacy, Mental Health, and Restorative Justice.
“Hah-ho!” students at Midvale Elementary exclaimed during a Native American Heritage Month celebration on Nov. 10. All semester long, Midvale classes have studied the rich history of the Ho-Chunk Nation.
Almost 11,000 elementary students received their very own small library of books to bring home. The culturally-relevant books are part of MMSD’s Early Literacy and Beyond strategy by promoting literacy at home and helping students to develop a love of reading.
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.
Lead to Liberate with Superintendent Carlton D. Jenkins brings listeners diverse voices and rich discussions on educational equity in the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) and beyond.
MMSD athletics are wrapping up fall sports with 17 girls swimmers and divers competing at the WIAA state tournament this weekend in Waukesha.