Help us celebrate throughout the month by highlighting your school!
Are you interested in incorporating farm to school education into your classroom or program? REAP Food Group is excited to share a farm to school resource with Madison-area educators! With funding from a City of Madison SEED Grant, REAP created Farm to School To Go Kits in order to make our lessons and supplies more widely available.
There will be one secretary for each of the 20 sites. Deadline to express interest is January 26, 2018.
Check out the new website for the Mindfulness in MMSD program where you will find information about professional development courses, school and department-based consultation and supports, and a large number of online resources for personal exploration.
This fall, all 2nd and 5th grade students took the CogAT Screener Assessment.
It's not too early to start thinking about your school garden!
From the Office of Physical, Mental, and Behavioral Health (Armando Hernandez, Assistant Director
MSCR, a department of the Madison School District, is holding Snow Ball Dance! Boogie your way out of the cold with an exciting winter-themed dance party for the whole family! Friday, January 12, 6-8 pm at MSCR East, 4620 Cottage Grove Road.
/files/www/uploads/ski.pngSki to make it easier for others to learn at the MSCR Downhill Ski Fundraiser on January 20, 2018, at Tyrol Basin!
Celebrate the life and legacy of a man who brought hope and healing to America with cost-free media resources from Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Media Lab.
Barnes & Noble will be having educator appreciation (discount) days EVERY Saturday and Sunday during the month of January 2018.
The Tutoring Network, a citywide coalition of volunteer-based tutoring program providers that serve MMSD students during and after school, is hosting a Volunteer Tutor Training Workshop for prospective and current volunteer tutors on January 25, 2018 from 5-8pm at La Follette High School.
The Advanced Learning Department will be using the the Universal Screening Tool: TOPS (Teacher’s Observation of Potential in Students) from 1/22-3/16 in grades 1, 4, and 6 to identify students showing strong potential in the domains of creativity and leadership.
Paula Dofat, the Director of College Counseling at The Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women (BLSYW), visited Sherman Middle School on December 18, 2017. Dofat and the young women from BLSYW are the subjects of STEP, the uplifting and feel-good movie of summer 2017.
Angie Thomas, the best-selling author of The Hate U Give, visited La Follette High School in December 2017.