2019-2020 Annual Report

Black minds matter

Amid the coronavirus pandemic and the transition to virtual learning, our students processed the events surrounding the death of George Floyd, ongoing national protests and America’s long history of systemic racism.

MMSD Student Voices

1,800
Hotspots made available

1,800 Hotspots made available during spring and summer 2020. Equity was at the heart of access for all students learning from home.

NBC 15 News Story

272,815
Meals served

During spring and summer, 2020 MMSD head chef served up an extra helping of smiles through unprecedented times.

Healthy food, healthy minds

9,815
Devices delivered

During spring and summer, 2020 UPS and MMSD teamed up to ensure all students received devices.

WKOW News Story

40,000
Viewers

Twelve Facebook Live Engagement Sessions helped to bridge connections and support the social and emotional well-being of our MMSD Family.

Coping During Covid-19

 
 

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  • 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.
  • 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.