Strategic Framework Recalibration
This school year, we’ve witnessed amazing accomplishments by our students and staff.
Like Memorial High School senior, Ananya Krishna, who was recently named as a U.S. Presidential Scholar; Cherokee Heights Middle School Principal, Dr. Anu Ebbe, was recognized as Wisconsin Secondary Principal of the Year; 26 MMSD students named National Merit Scholar semifinalists; Capital High school counselor, Marianne Matt, named 2021 WI School Counselor of the Year and was one of five finalists for national recognition.
The list goes on and on. These breakthrough moments inspire us to continue to build momentum. With this in mind, we are looking to identify strengths and opportunities to help MMSD get to the next level, too. Our Strategic Framework is the roadmap we follow to accelerate learning, close opportunity gaps, and ensure all of our scholars thrive. It details our vision, goals, core values, strategy, and specific actions we are taking as a district to raise achievement.
The district adopted the current Strategic Framework in 2013; it was revised in 2018. Now, nearly five years later, through multiple pandemics, public education has shifted. It’s time to take a fresh look at this guiding document, listen to the voices of our community, and co-create to refine our path forward to ensure we have even more successes.
As such, we want to hear from you. You are invited to attend and participate in an in-person input session, sharing your ideas on how MMSD can meet the three goals outlined in the Strategic Framework. We want to hear your perspectives about MMSD’s strategic plan, your experiences within MMSD, and better understand your needs and concerns.