"Silent Sky" follows Henrietta Leavitt, a brilliant but little-known pioneer at the dawn of modern astronomy.
The Citizenship Tutoring Program is a great opportunity for volunteers interested in immigration or teaching history/civics.
Free theatre-based storytelling workshops for ages 15+.
This event is designed to introduce simple code activities in fun social settings with fellow educators and coaches from the community.
The MSCR Adult Arts & Enrichment program hosted visiting artist Nick DeVries at the MSCR-Hoyt Pottery Studio on Oct. 24 and 25.
In October, MSCR celebrated Lights On Afterschool - a national event that recognizes the importance of quality afterschool programs.
K-8 and Algebra 1 resources are now available!
Children's book author and illustrator Yuyi Morales visited Lindbergh Elementary School.
Information about recent issues you may have experienced with our phone system.
Wanted: rappers, singers, dancers or spoken word poets
Guidelines for writing grants in MMSD.
Promote chemistry education with UW Chemistry.
Info sessions: Oct. 29 at La Follette and Nov. 16 at Leopold
Learn about WebEx, a new tool for meetings.
Three Sandburg Elementary School teachers recently presented at the WIDA Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Be sure to sign up by Friday, Nov. 6!
Joseph Schmidt, Teacher Le
Six staff members stayed after recent Developmental Designs workshop to discuss their key takeaways from the training for our latest podcast episode.
Fifty schools have $86,924 in endowment income to use to make grants.
The drive runs through Sunday, Nov. 8
If you have an idea of how to use your school funds, please share them with your principal.
Is your number up to date in the staff directory?
What does innovation in MMSD look like?
Let your inner rock star shine at Lip Sync for Schools Nov. 6
Schools piloting Madison Parent Teacher Teams
Huegel Neighborhood Walk
Wisconsin Rocks: UW Geology Club offers classroom presentations
Thoreau Teacher Wins Environmental Educator of the Year Award
See photos of the event.