The Habitat for Humanity- Campus Chapter University of Wisconsin Madison is holding their 22nd annual Souper Bowl fundraiser on February 3, 2018 at Madison West High School. 

A $1000 Technology Teacher Grant​ is available to support technology equipment and related supplies.

Join Madison365 as they discuss the most important events and issues facing communities of color over the past year, and the priorities for Madison's communities of color for 2018.

 In order to allow the Foundation’s Grant Committee sufficient time to reconsider the future viability of the Foundation for the Future Grants Program, they will not offer a competitive application process during winter 2018.

Our vision for thriving schools, where every student graduates ready for college, career and comm

Human Trafficking involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or c

A summary of the November Teacher Advisory Work Group Meeting 

Through the Community Grant Program, the associates of Walmart are proud to support the needs of their communities by providing grants to local organizations

Check out the November edition of "Live Well, Work Well"!

Read about how Dr. Tom Holub, Edgewood College, paired with Falk Elementary for a Family Engagement Collaboration session on November 7, 2017

At any time you are injured in the course of your employment, you must report the injury as soon as possible. Learn more and access forms here.

The Henry Vilas Zoo has full and half day sessions for campers in grades 1-6 on December 27, 28, and 29.

This summer Leopold partnered with the Fitchburg Library to host summer programming and events at Leopold Park, and a photo was featured in the City of Madison Parks calendar!

On District-Wide Professional Learning Days, the Student Services Department offers Professi

The Advanced Learning (AL) Department has put together a series of useful Staff Training Modules. These videos are being provided to all staff with the expectations and hope that they help further a deeper understanding of Advanced Learning.

The International Literacy Association (ILA) Regie Routman Teacher Recognition Grant is a $2,500 annual award that honors an outstanding K-8 classroom teacher dedicated to improving and enriching the teaching and learning of purposeful reading and writing across the curriculum.

The Advanced Learning (AL) Department is looking for schools and teachers that are interested in creating Pilots for Leadership and Creativity.

The commitment is for 6-10 hours per week, Jan 9-May 12, and successful interns are paid $500. Whether you are a college student, retiree or a professional looking for a new experience, Literacy Network interns gain valuable professional skills!

Join us for the 3rd annual "I Am Jazz" Community Book Reading at the Madison Children's Museum — a free family event including art activities, pizza, and ice cream with rainbow sprinkles! 

The Federal government requires each District receiving monies from Medicaid to complete random moment time studies to determine the amount of time spent on Medicaid reimbursable activities.

The Summer Reading and Makerspace at Lindbergh Elementary Library summer 2017 was a success with an average of 40 people attend each week to participate in a variety of activities.

Each school year, the Association awards grants of up to $500 to worthy projects that significantly influence student learning.

MSCR Meadowood Neighborhood Center and the Meadowridge Library worked together to take a group of youth to see author Jason Reynolds speak at the UW Union South during the Wisconsin Book Festival. 

Get three weeks of unlimited fitness for $40 from Nov 27 - Dec 20 with MSCR's 'Fit for the Holidays!'

Congratulations to Wright Middle School, whose team won first place in 2017 African-American History Challenge Bowl National Championship in New Orleans! 

Eligibility: Applicants must be employed in some aspect of education.