FutureQuest started in 2017, under partnership between the Dane County School Consortium (DCSC) and MMSD with a goal of providing better career awareness opportunities for middle school students in Dane County.
Day-long run of performances celebrating Hmong culture seeks to educate and inspire classmates, educators, and administrators alike.
Seniors Tylor Brackett & Kiyem Obuseh are using their Early College STEM Academy experience as a launchpad for their business-building dreams.
Meet Lowell Elementary's Family Liaison - Shanta Hood. Hood is a parent to an 8-year-old at Lowell. She is also the bridge between the school and families.
East High thespians, production designers, and stagehands bring their one-act, We Found a Finger, to this weekend’s Wisconsin Interscholastic Theatre Festival.
Recently, educators, administrators, and students from across the state came together for a 'Unity in the Community' rally in an effort to encourage voters toward the polls to bring change to Wisconsin’s education system.
Through Findorff 's Youth Apprenticeship program, MMSD students like Owen Markofski are gaining hands-on experience and training in construction, while also getting a jumpstart on a future career in the construction industry.
As the only Hmong bilingual program in the state of Wisconsin, Lake View Elementary is truly unique and special. Seeing students learn both Hmong and English languages is something Principal Nkauj Nou Vang-Vue is proud of.
We welcome you to our first Advanced Learning Advisory Committee Meeting meeting for 2022-23, in person or virtual!
Monday, December 5, 6 p.m., Instruction Work Group Meeting
Tuesday, December 6, 5:30 p.m., Citizens' Ad Hoc Committee relative to the Renaming of Jefferson Middle School
Find out about this West High School construction update provided by Findorff
The Jefferson Renaming Ad Hoc Committee will hold a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 6. The Committee has narrowed the proposals down to four names. The community can register to speak or submit written comments.
In this special message, MMSD Superintendent Dr. Carlton Jenkins wishes everyone an enjoyable fall break. As this is also National Youth Homeless Awareness Month, Dr. Jenkins asks our community to reflect and think about those who are experiencing homelessness during this time.
MMSD is hosting two December vaccine clinics in collaboration with SSM Health for students, families and staff.
A message to the MMSD community from Superintendent Jenkins regarding this past Saturday's horrific tragedy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Find out about this Memorial High School construction update provided by Findorff
A shout - out to Kim in payroll. She is super responsive, kind and has been amazing with making sure that new hires get paid! Thank you Kim for everything you do for our MMSD employees! Jaimi Noriega
MacKenzie Swanson and Annie Hank planned and executed an amazing Future Planning 2.0 week with Lancer Seniors! MacKenzie and Annie are the heart and soul of La Follette and their passion for supporting ALL students to be College, Career and Community Ready is inspiring. Thank you for your innovation and dedication to the work! I appreciate you!
Jenn Garthwaite, BRS at Frank Allis, is a rockstar! She has gone above and beyond to communicate and help schedule conferences for numerous families all the while still providing classroom support. Thank you so much!
Shout out to Gretchen Forbes - In addition to supporting scholars who are homebound, she has also been learning new robot technology like a rockstar! All your efforts to support scholars are greatly appreciated!
Dawn Svanoe is a beacon of warmth, joy, shine and fun!!! While she supports and uplifts our youngest scholars our entire school feels her positive presence and impact. Between starting our mornings off right with a bit of music and dance or adding sparkle and color; Elvehjem is beyond fortunate to have Dawn as part of our team.
Annette Williams -We are so grateful that you ended up working in our department!! You have been incredible with turning around purchases so we can get the equipment we need for our students to get right to work on meeting their goals for school. Thank you so much for all of your hard work!
A HUGE Shout Out to Print Services (especially Kriss)! This shout out is a long time coming, because y'all have been rock stars for years! Thank you for all that you do to help keep our schools stocked with vital resources.
Sondra Wood----thank you for always being there to help! your professionalism, kindness, and knowledge are appreciated! :)
Becca Johnson you are a rockstar! Thank you for making slides for our new EL curriculum and sharing them across the district!
Shout out to the Calvin Taylor and the La Follette High School Counselors, ACP Coordinators and AVID staff for hosting a successful FAFSA night with #CollegeGoalWI. It was an AMAZING turn out, fun energy and so many families accomplished the goal of completing the FAFSA! Thank you for all of your hard work to make this happen!