2018-2019 Annual Report on the MMSD Strategic Framework

Rise & Shine

2018-19 was a strong academic year for Schenk Elementary School. Students showed a marked rise in literacy and math achievement. In this school spotlight, Principal Sue Abplanalp reflects on the sources of the dramatic rise.

Read how they are doing it.

The power of belonging

At Cherokee Heights Middle School, students are not only meeting, but exceeding the school’s academic and social-emotional learning goals. While MAP scores indicate a rise in academic growth and proficiency, with accelerated scores among the school’s focus groups, more students overall are reporting that they feel they belong at school.

What lead to such a rise?

Power in Numbers

Meet East High School’s freshman algebra Dream Team. The power of intentional teamwork tops their list of reasons why grades have gone up and student engagement has increased.

Read about it here.

Read the Strategic Framework here

 
 

  • A Reflection of Herself

    Meet Schenk’s Mia Gilliam, a “very conscientious” student who is “looked upon by her peers as a leader and often sways them into making the right decisions,” says Principal Sue Abplanalp.
  • Finding his voice

    When Kevin Wright began his middle school journey at Cherokee Heights he wasn’t just new to the school, but also to Madison.
  • Leading by example

    Jalonzo Jacksonis a leader, a mentor and a three-sport athlete and a rising senior at Madison East High School.
  • The power of belonging

    At Cherokee Heights Middle School, students are not only meeting, but exceeding the school’s academic and social-emotional learning goals.