As part of Mayor Satya Rhode-Conway’s MetroForward >> initiative to provide better transit access to the community, the City of Madison is partnering with MMSD to distribute free summer Metro Transit passes to all middle and high school students in the MMSD attendance area for the first time.
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Starting Monday, March 8th
Mondays will be the asynchronous learning day of the week and Wednesday's will be a synchronous learning day.
ITA will also have a 'LIVE' evening presentation this Thursday, January 21 at 6:00 PM. Notification for this was sent out to all 8th families and can be found posted on our recruitment page: go.wisc.edu/ITA2021. For your convenience and continued promotion of this LIVE presentation, here is the link where all families ca
Dear MMSD Families,
I want to thank you for giving us your grace and understanding as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, your support and feedback have provided invaluable insights as we continued to plan for our instructional mode of delivery for the third quarter based on the current health and safety conditions.
Today, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) announced our plan to start the 3rd quarter of the 2020-2021 school year by remaining in an all-virtual learning environment at all grade levels.
8th grade transition:
Week of January 4th: Students are introduced to how high school works
Eighth graders: As part of your high school planning, you will have many decisions to make. One of those key decisions is what you want your high school experience to be going forward. You can attend classes traditionally or apply to a Personalized Pathway. Check out this short video about why current students chose their Personalized Pathway.
The application for enrollment in Personalized Pathways for the 2021-22 school year is now available online. We hope you consider enrolling before the January 15 priority deadline. If you’d like to learn more about Personalized Pathways, visit our website or contact your high school’s Pathways Learning Coordinator. Watch your email for additional details!
Due to current coronavirus infection rates in Madison and Dane County, as a precaution, on Nov. 24, 2020, we announced that we would be closing all MMSD childcare sites for the two weeks following Thanksgiving break. We expect to reopen Dec. 14.
This includes all MSCR Cares sites as well as sites operated by private childcare providers (YMCA, Wisconsin Youth Company, Red Caboose, Wil-Mar, Lussier).
Recently, we were informed of Public Health, Madison and Dane County’s new coronavirus Emergency Order as well as Executive Order #94 PDF, released by Governor Tony Evers. Both orders highlight the crisis Dane County and Wisconsin face as COVID-19 cases skyrocket to alarming new levels.