Shout outs are emailed directly to the recipient(s) and are also posted on the MMSD Facebook page and school Facebook page. Click on any image below to see a larger version of it.

Shout out to Shawn Schroedl for organizing a Spirit Week at Sennett Middle School that aligned with La Follette's Homecoming Spirit Week. What a great way to connect our communities and instill Lancer PRIDE in our future Lancers!  #WeAreLaFollette
Thank you to Anna Templeman, Grade 8 Teacher at O’Keeffe Middle School, for sharing her practice. Kids were engaged and grappling with a complex task using engaging materials. You Rock!
Way to go Chavez!!  You ROCK!!  75% of our students are meeting their minutes in Lexia.  For our first year, it's a FANTASTIC start!!  Linda Z.
Shout out to Tina Hanson, new special education teacher at Glenn Stephens who is strong at student supports, communication, and collaboration! We love having you at Stephens.
For the incredible principal and staff at Mendota elementary. Our school really is something special, because of you. Thank you Ms Stanford, Sonia Spencer, and all of the teachers and staff. You do amazing work. Thank you for staying positive, keeping strong boundaries that teach good behavior, empowering our scholars, and just creating an amazing educational environment that our kids love to be a part of. Mendota truly is one in a million because of you. I'm so thankful that Mendota is our school!! - Winds
A HUGE shoutout to Diana, Mary and Sarah who opened their classrooms and shared their teaching practices to over a dozen adults on the 26th day of school for our learning lab!
I *love* the new-ish Badger Bus monitor on the Black Dot route. She acknowledges and engages with each kid, introduces herself to parents, works harmoniously with the driver, who also clearly exudes competence and caring. I think she's engendering exactly the kind of personal responsibility and self-regulation about which every parent and educator dreams. Warmly, Juliet (MMSD Parent)
This shout out goes to an amazing and innovative teacher from Blackhawk Middle School, Cassandra Meyer. Her creative thinking aligned to the Reading Process provides students the motivation and access to complex texts!  Thank you for all you do for kids!
This shout out goes to Denise Kalscheur and Anastasia Saph for your willingness to support and engage in the work of all things Literacy! What you do matters!
A big thank you to Ann Haase, instructional coach and 7th grade teacher at Hamilton Middle School, for opening up her classroom to be a lab to test run the Inquiry-based Reading Framework.  Thanks for always being a willing collaborator to anyone who asks!  Your joy for teaching inspires!

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