If you're injured at work, be sure to follow these steps.
Instead of all grades receiving extra screen time, Midvale tried teaching a self-regulation class to Kindergarteners called "J.E.D.I. Minds."
In January, Capital High Sophomore Eda Diaz-Coppernoll was selected as a winner of the American Soapbox Challenge, and was awarded an all expenses paid trip to Washington D.C.!
Our district recently reviewed and updated the guidelines for p-card usage. Please review the updated information.
We'd like to hear from you! Please respond to the 2017 Staff Climate Survey by Tuesday, Feb. 28.
Learn about changes to the State of Wisconsin health insurance and if it affects you.
Notes from the January Teacher Advisory Work Group Meeting.
The latest edition of Live Well, Work Well is now available.
Schwab Teams up with DonorsChoose.org to Fund Matching Donations for Financial Literacy Projects in Public Schools
From February 14-21, #LoveTeaching week lets us "celebrate the profession and share your reasons with the world."
In order to streamline the license renewal process for Teachers, Principals and Assistant Principals MMSD has elected to participate in a pilot with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction that will allow qualifying educators to use 1-year of their Educator Effectiveness Plan (EEP) for license renewal.
The Young at Art Reception will be held on Sunday, February 26, 2017 from 3:00-4:30pm at MMoCA.
We have received a number of inquiries regarding the appropriateness of using “crowdfunding” websites to fund educational activities or the purchase of educational materials for our students and are providing some general guidelines.
The Greater Madison Writing Project creates a community for PK-16 teachers who share and learn new strategies that help students become accomplished writers and learners. Sign up by March 1 for summer opportunities including Summer Institute, Yearlong Institutes, and Early Career Educator Writing Academy.