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Lead the classroom you’ve always dreamed of.
We’re looking for culturally diverse change makers who exude passion as well as purpose, and are committed to the excellence of all our students.
If you are a leader who is passionate about changing the face of education, there is a place for you at MMSD.
Our mission is to identify, develop, support, and retain strong principal leaders who are dedicated to student success in MMSD.
We have a simple but bold vision — to ensure that every school is a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community.
We need support staff with a strong mission to serve our students and families to help bring this vision to life.
We need you, MMSD is now hiring substitute teachers for the 2022-2023 school year.
Whether you’re a recent college graduate looking to get on a career path or a retired educator, substitute teaching offers a stable and meaningful job opportunity.
Memorial High School automotive and engineering teacher Miles Tokheim is one of 50 finalists for the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. A total of $1.25 million in cash prizes will be awarded in October, when the field is narrowed down to 20 winners.
Alisa Brown walked the halls of La Follette High School every day as a student before graduating in 2003. Today she’s walking the same hallways, but this time as an architectural assistant in MMSD, designing and organizing the school’s 2020 referendum construction.
Congratulations to the 2022 Herb Kohl Foundation award recipients, including six honorees from the Madison Metropolitan School District. Cherokee Heights Middle School Principal Anu Ebbe, Hawthorne Elementary teacher Brenda Kallies, and four seniors were named.
This week in his statistics class, Memorial High School math teacher Steve Collins taught his students about the binomial distribution formula. Full of variables and exponents, the formula is used to determine the probability of a two-option outcome: heads or tails, pass or fail, or win or lose.
In Nathan Hutchins’ Modern US History–African American Experience course at Memorial High School, students takeaway impactful lessons through interactive, project-based learning.
Alida LaCosse, music teacher at James C. Wright Middle School, was awarded Teacher of the Year by the Madison Area Music Association (MAMA) for her outstanding commitment to music education.
The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, physical appearance, marital status, disability, arrest or conviction record, membership in the national guard, state defense force, or any reserve component of the military forces of the United States or this state, political belief, sexual orientation, less than honorable discharge, source of income or the fact that an individual is a student.