West Green Club hosted an electronic waste recycling drive on Saturday, April 22, 2017 on Earth Day and in conjunction with Goodwill.
A note regarding final pay check dates and annual enrollment.
On Sunday, May 21, hundreds of kids and their family members will attend REAP’s third annual Family Food Fest at Lincoln Elementary School from 11am - 2pm.
Through the Community Grant Program, the associates of Walmart are proud to support the needs of their communities by providing grants to local organizations. The 2017 grant cycle begins Feb. 1, 2017, and the application deadline to apply is Dec. 31, 2017.
WeThinkBig is excited to announce the return of Camp MAD Media for Summer 2017!
The Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education based at UW-Stevens Point is offering a summer professional development series focused on enhancing the integration of environmental education into curricula; connecting curricula to standards-based activities; and utilizing the outdoors to advance place-based resources to engage learners.
On Saturday, May 13, 2017, the Madison Central Public Library is hosting "Namaste Madison" from 10am - 5pm. The event is to celebrate the contributions of Indian Americans in the greater Madison area.
Information for retiring staff.
Discover U, a leadership group of young women from La Follette High School, worked with the Junior League of Madison, the Advanced Learning Department, and Health Services to make their vision of access to sanitary products with dignity a reality
Madison School & Community Recreation (MSCR) is holding Learn 2 Ride, an event that helps parents and guardians learn hands-on techniques to get their child riding solo on two wheels!
The 97th State Education Convention will be held from January 17-19, 2018 at The Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee. Submit your proposal today!
Check out the Meemic Foundation's grant opportunities for the educational community.
ETF recently discontinued its walk-in appointment service. Learn about the ways you can access information about their Wisconsin Retirement System benefits.
The Wisconsin Retirement System annual Statement of Benefits has been released for delivery between mid to the end of April. Here are some resources to assist you in understanding the statements.
If families at your school are looking for after-school and summer programs for their child, MOST (Madison-area Out-of-School Time) is making it easier with their “one-stop-shop” online program finder.
Teaching Safe Bicycling is a Train-the-Trainer workshop designed to provide adult students with the skills to host a youth bicycle rodeo in their local communities.
From Management to Engagement: Strategies for Working with Students in Outdoor Classrooms
Join the City of Madison at three exciting events about the future of our parks!
The Office of Personalized Pathways is offering an opportunity, specifically targeting 6th grade teachers, but open to any middle school teacher, to gain financial literacy skills for their own benefit while learning about best practices in seamlessly integrating financial concepts into their content area.
MTI and MMSD Department of Student Services are hosting an
Physics is the study of how things move, how they push
Lindbergh elementary grades 2nd to 5th had a wonderful Skype visit with author Lauren Tarshis.
Marquette Principal Pam Wilson Awarded WEMTA Administrator of the Year Award
Lee Briggs, Toki Technology Teacher, is leading an innovative MSCR Afterschool Club at Toki Middle School called “Makerspace.”
Three MMSD teachers have
Interns are a crucial element to the success of our programs and summer internships are available within two programs this summer