MMSD is pleased to recognize all 784 students, who earned a score of 3 or higher!
Growing up in Guadalajara, Mexico, Maria’s education was cut short as a child, inspiring her journey as s lifelong learner, teacher and community leader in Madison.
During the month, school communities play an active role in organizing various events and activities aimed at celebrating the culture and contributions of our Hispanic population.
Last year, Randall students Kieran Foltz and Eric Gindel-Vogel launched a student publication out of a shared love of writing; this year, it’s evolved, and they’ve got plans for its continued growth.
Survey responses themes will be shared at a special Board meeting on October 17.
Service inconsistencies from our yellow bus transportation provider have impacted students, families and staff. MMSD is exploring all options and collaborative solutions to stabilize transportation across the district.