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I would like to give a brobdingnagian shoutout to my World History teacher, John A. May. My entire day could be going terrible, but the moment I enter his classroom, my day becomes much more pleasant. He's funny and makes class entertaining and fun to learn in. And this is what gives me the desire to keep learning in this class and keeping up the good grades in this class. It's the perfect balance between fun and informative. And I have the privilege of having his class last period because having him last period puts the cherry on top of my day. Thank you so much, Mr. May. I'm grateful for having you as my World History teacher. - Jair Reàtegui

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Thank you West High School SSA Team! You are all doing a great job connecting with kids, developing positive relationships and intervening when necessary. We are so fortunate to have such a rock star team and we appreciate the work you do every day.

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Julie Evert is a gift to MMSD. She has taken on the work of the Student Services Professional Learning Team and is doing a great job! I always learn so much when I talk to her! Thanks for being awesome Julie!

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The most sincere thank you to our AMAZING and hard-working nurses Julie and Erin in Lincoln Elementary. They are truly dedicated to keeping our students safe. We know it hasn't been easy for them. We appreciate you!

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Abbi Dunning and Nancy Schlesinger at Sandburg - and ALL of our nurses - thank you, thank you, thank you! While there isn't a soul in the school system that has an easy job during a pandemic, there are many things that make it extra hard to be a school nurse right now. You all are wonderful and know that we appreciate you!!

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Memorial Teacher on TikTok giving book reviews

When Memorial High School English teacher Maureen Mead joined TikTok last year, she thought it was just the latest social media outlet in the teenage zeitgeist, full of viral dance challenges and trendy, short videos. However, with encouragement from her students, Mead discovered a creative way to bring the app and classroom together: TikTok book talks.

No school Friday, October 22, 2021

Reminder: There will be no school on Friday, October 22, for all grades.

Link to the 21-22 school calendar for reference.

Please be safe and enjoy the long weekend!

Work with Us-Hiring Fair Wednesday Oct 27 2021 4 to 6pm

The Madison Metropolitan School District will be hosting a hiring fair on Wednesday, October 27 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Holtzman Building (333 Holtzman Road).

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This year, the Madison Metropolitan School District continued the tradition of having a remarkable number of National Merit Scholar Semifinalists, with 26 outstanding students who have achieved semifinalist status in the National Merit Scholarship Competition.

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In MMSD, we are deeply committed to ensuring equitable, inclusive, and welcoming learning communities for all of our children. AB562, the proposed parental opt-out bill, is in direct opposition to our district’s values and our students’ voices.

Textbooks in Stacks

Over the next few days, each MMSD Kindergarten student will receive a small library of their very own books to bring home. Book bundles are available for kindergartners participating in our virtual elementary program, too; teachers will share pick-up details.