A draft of the 2017-2020 Advanced Learning Plan is now available! Take a look and give us your feedback.
MMSD's e-news for district employees
Join Community GroundWorks this fall to experience the farm-to-table process from seed to plate!
We are seeking strong candidates who are college-aged to work with the youth in our AVID and AVID/TOPS programs!
Olbrich Botanical Gardens invites you and your students to experience the extraordinary world of plants by participating in the Explorer School Programs. Join us as we introduce your students to plants through hands-on, inquiry-based activities that support the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards and the MMSD Science Curricula Scope and Sequence. We have three excellent programs that are designed to meet the academic needs of you and your students.
Run for Literacy is a 10K run and 5K run/walk that supports the Literacy Network of Dane County, an organization that teaches reading, writing, communication and computer skills to Dane County adults so they can achieve financial security, well-being and deeper engagement with their families and the community.
Farm to School Night Out is a day-long, city-wide local food celebration that encourages individuals, families, organizations and businesses to eat at local restaurants.
MMSD is excited to announce the advancement of our partnership with the Welcoming Schools Program, a division of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).
Join State Superintendent Dr. Tony Evers; William Greer, Former President & CEO of Journey Mental Health Center; Dane County Circuit Court Judge Everett Mitchell; Jacquelyn Boggess, Co-director of Center for Family Policy and Practice; MMSD Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Cheatham; and Noble Wray, Former Madison Police Department Chief at the 2017 Opportunities Beyond Obstacles Symposium on Saturday, September 16th at Edgewood College.
Are you interested in being part of the Superintendent’s Teacher Advisory Work Group for the 2017-2018 school year? Our focus this year will be understanding and strengthening our lens of equity with an emphasis on removing barriers that exist for students of color, students with disabilities, and ELLs.
The Kohl Teacher Fellowship program recognizes and supports teaching excellence and innovation in Wisconsin. Their goal is to support teachers in the pursuit of their unrealized goals for their classrooms or professional development. 100 Herb Kohl Fellowship recipients and the 100 schools of those teachers will each receive a $6,000 grant. Nominate someone today!