We are excited to invite MMSD staff and students to attend special free performances at the Overture Center available as part of the International Performing Arts for Youth conference (IPAY), January 18-21, 2017.
At Memorial High School, all freshmen spend the majority of first quarter in their American Experience class (9th grade Social Studies) completing a challenging research project.
On Thursday, Dec. 1 from 5:45pm to 7:30pm at Lincoln Elementary, world renowned educator, Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings of UW-Madison, is presenting a seminar titled, “Stepping Across: Making the Transition from Home to School.”
Are you dreaming of an idea to enhance your school or improve learning for students but aren’t sure how to fund it? The Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools (FMPS) and the William T. Evjue Foundation want to help you turn your idea into a reality by providing up to $25,000 in funding.
MSCR's Annual Pottery Sale will take place Thursday, December 15 and Friday, December 16, 8am-6pm, and Saturday, December 17, 9am-3pm at MSCR, 3802 Regent Street.
La Follette’s Key Club opened Key Harvest Food Pantry at La Follette High School on September 1.
Let's give our students the opportunity to explore coding! Join the Hour of Code 2016 during Computer Science Education Week, December 5-11.
The entire Marquette student body spent the month of October learning about Digital Citizenship. That means being safe, respectful, and responsible online.
Congratulations to East High and Huegel Elementary for being selected to receive a 2016-2018 Innovation Grant!
REAP Food Group's Farm to School Program worked with Lindbergh and local artists from Dane Arts Mural Arts to create a kid-inspired Farm to School mural.
“Presidential elections—like democracy—are messy." That’s especially true this year. Check out these resources for teaching the 2016 Presidential Election.
A local non-profit is looking for adults interested in sharpening their professional instructional skills as they help adults in our community.
Thanks to Home Depot, all K-5 students were able to build a kid kit project such as a tool box or trophy phone case during REACH.