On June 2, 2016 the Reading Recovery Scholarship Fund awarded $1000 scholarships to six graduating seniors who were successful Reading Recovery students as first graders during the 2004-2005 school year.
The Title VII program will cover registration fees and mileage for up to 10 teachers/staff to attend the Ho-Chunk Indigenous Arts in Sciences (IAS) program from July 25-29 at the Ho-Chunk Casino in Baraboo, WI.
MSCR offers a variety of summer recreation programs. Learn more about Fit for Summer, Elements Rope Course, Paddling programs, Tennis, and Camps!
Learn how some schools have begun to involve the broader community in their Academic and Career Planning process.
MMSD, through its ongoing partnership with the UW-Madison Center for Healthy Minds and its newly strengthened collaboration with the UW Health Mindfulness Program, is developing a Mindfulness in MMSD program for school year 16-17.
We need your help generating ideas for the exciting launch of We Think Big's Startup Weekend for Educators July 22-24.