Wear green on Nov. 16 for National Runaway Awareness Month

MMSD and Briarpatch Youth Services, Inc. are encouraging the community to participate in the Green Light Project to raise awareness of youth runaway issues and to educate the members of the community about solutions that help prevent youth from running away.

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Want to write a grant? Here’s how to get started…

MMSD staff members write grants for all sorts of things to help their classroom, school or department do their part to ensure that every school is a thriving school and that every student will graduate ready for college, career and community.

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UW-Madison School of Education invites you to Celebrating Teachers and Teaching: A Night of Thanks

In recognition of American Education Week, the UW-Madison School of Education invites you to Celebrating Teachers and Teaching: A Night of Thanks.

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Sherman's Fall Festival Night an opportunity to engage with data - and marshmallows!

Sherman families had a chance to come together for a community meal and engage in different student data throughout the night on October 20.

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Encourage families to connect with each other through these district-wide parent groups

The Family, Youth & Community Engagement Department is providing district support to the African American Parent Leadership Council (AAPLC) and a new Multicultural Parent Group.

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Half-day workshop: "Teaching the Vietnam War: A Conversation about War and Memory with Pulitzer Prize Winner Viet Thanh Nguyen”

On Saturday, Oct. 22, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), a federally funded National Resource Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, in collaboration with the Wisconsin Book Festival, is offering a half-day K-12 professional development workshop in Madison, WI, on possibilities and challenges involved in teaching on the Vietnam War.

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