Learning happens in so many diverse ways, and it is different for every individual. What is meaningful for one person may have no relevance to another. While the state asks us to measure learning in achievement on a standardized test, there is so much more that happens in our schools for both students and adults. This year we have chosen to highlight the many ways our students and staff experience learning in our district and throughout the Madison Community. The pictures and articles are only a snapshot of all the wonderful things that happen in our schools on a daily basis.
The Madison School District has financial challenges; however, the good news is the Board of Education and administration are working proactively to ensure we balance our budget and maintain the quality of what we provide our students.
The girls STEM club at South Elementary School had a special visit from the DriveMind Group, an organization committed to helping modern-day classrooms embrace the next-generation of teaching: computers.
This past Thursday, the seventh annual Project Unify basketball game partnered students with special needs with varsity athletes. These pairings bravely competed against a team of faculty members – and won!