The district’s Advanced Learning Department partnered with the Madison Public Library to hold the culminating event, the fourth annual Young Writers Conference,​ on Thursday, May 11. 

With the support of Lindbergh Principal Lindsay Maglio, Reading Interventionist Nicole Quandt and Library Media Technology Specialist Mandy Meloy are opening up their school for families to come together in an effort to help decrease the effects of the summer reading slide.

Crestwood Elementary School's fourth grade classes proudly present the trailer for their new animated film, ISIS & OSIRIS.

The Home Depot Foundation offers grants, up to $5,000, to IRS-registered 501c designated organizations and tax-exempt public service agencies in the U.S. that are using the power of volunteers to improve the physical health of their community. 

The Healthy Classrooms Foundation (HCF) has opened their project grant applications for 2017. Deadline to apply is July 1, 2017.

The PLLD department would like to announce that it is moving away from its Professional Development Catalog and using a new process for registration. 

An update on the development of Building Excellence, MMSD’s long range facility planning process.

Abraham Ohima, Shabazz City High School senior, Madison's first high school competitor in The Moth Story Slam

This month, the Madison Metropolitan School District will highlight our Hmong students and families with two events.  The Hmong Spelling and Word Bee will take place on Friday, May 19 from 5:30-8:00pm and Hmong American Day will be celebrated on Sunday, May 21 from 4:00-6:00pm. 

In a partnership between the Madison Public Library and Lindbergh Elementary, 3rd to 5th grade students were able to create stories using stop motion animation station equipment.

Information for K-8 Science staff: The 2017-18 delivery calendar for live organisms is posted in the Science Materials Order system.

Kindergarteners at Muir spent a week researching different zoo animals and their behaviors, diets, and habitats.

Several eighth grade students at Cherokee Heights Middle School wrote and entered a play in the Playwrights for Change National Contest.

A summary of the April Teacher Advisory Work Group meeting held on Wednesday, April 19, 2017.

The MMSD Employee Wellness Committee is partnering with Summit Credit Union to host the second Be WELL Hour on Wednesday, May 31.

The first annual Puma Pounce and Bounce is a family friendly event held in Monona's Winnequah Park on May 27 that will feature a 5K fun run and two shorter distance kids' runs.

Available opportunities include Teaching K-8 Science with NGSS, Teaching High School Science with NGSS and Engineering Student Learning Experiences in STEM.