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.

SPECIAL THANKS to Lindsey Neumann, for helping in so many ways to get the Whitehorse school year off to a great start!!
Thanks to Jessie at the District Office  for sorting and preparing materials for Early Childhood PD! You are much appreciated!!
A big Shout Out to Shary, Gary and Tim at JFK! You amaze us with your dedication and commitment to our school -- always keeping it at  its sparkling best!
Thanks to Sue Esser, Secretary at Emerson Elementary, for her amazing dedication to  our school community of staff, families and students!
Hip, hip, hooray for all the folks who support our Secretaries!   You know who you are... Accounting, Payroll, Substitute Placement Office, Substitute Secretaries, Custodians, Purchasing, Principals + more.  Thanks for your strong  and sturdy pillars  of support!
We are extremely grateful for the MMSD play and learn program. Rissel Sanderson, Patti Lacrosse, and Deborah have been amazing instructors for our kids.  This has been an amazing experience for us to a preschool like activity one day a week. We love the themed lessons and can tell there is a lot of planning involved. Thanks for all you do.
Thanks Dawn Hauge with helping set-up the Memorial Auditorium for our Welcoming Schools Institute.  We couldn't have done it without you!
Congrats to the Welcoming Schools Facilitators for putting on an amazing day of learning at the institute! Jennifer Desouky, Kate Greenfield, SJ Hemmerich, Kristin Ensminger, Sherie Hohs and Kristi Nelson, you inspire us to step out of our comfort zones and to create more inclusive environments for all our students!
Thanks Sam Espich for helping set-up the technology needed for the Welcoming Schools Institute at Memorial!    We wouldn't have figured it out without you!!
Shout out to Larry Love, a new Instructional Coach at Wright MS.  Larry has been working tirelessly over the summer to learn his new role and begin planning supports and professional learning for the new year, all focused on supporting the success of Wright scholars!  Thank you, Larry!