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Approximately 90 Kromrey band students participated in a virtual lesson with Junko Yamauchi and three other members of the Madison Japanese Taiko Group, Beni Daiko, on Tuesday morning.

The U.S. Government & Politics semester-long course at MHS is trying something new this school year.

Superintendent Dana Monogue provided a first draft of the updated District Strategy Map and led a discussion about District and Board goals at the Board of Education regular meeting on Monday, Oct.

Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra and Assistant Superintendent of Operations Lori Ames shared the District's official Third Friday September enrollment report at the Board of Education meeting on M

Superintendent Dana Monogue, Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra and Assistant Superintendent of Operations Lori Ames provided an update on several topics related to pandemic planning at the Board of

Sauk Trail recently hosted a jazz concert that was organized by music teacher John Becker and funded by a grant from the Madison Jazz Society. 

The Wisconsin Association of School Boards has designated Oct.

CSCS principal Jill Gurtner recently wrote an article for Education Week as part of an opinion project entitled, How Students Find Strength.

The Board of Education voted 5-4 that all students will continue with virtual instruction until Public Health Madison Dane County metrics are met at its regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 28.

Danny Lynam has been selected by the Wisconsin Swimming/Diving Coaches Association as the recipient of the 2019-20 NFHS Coaches Association Boys Swimming Coach of the Year Award for Wisconsin.

Superintendent Dana Monogue, along with other District administrators and building principals updated the Board of Education on how the first month of virtual instruction has gone at its regular me

Deputy Superintendent Sherri Cyra provided a brief enrollment update, noting the District is about 250 students below projections for the 2020-21 school year, at the Board of Education regular meet

MHS social studies teacher Tim Davis has been selected for the University of Chicago’s Outstanding Educator Award.

Elm Lawn's school garden has been certified as a Monarch Waystation in North America, principal Bob Schell announced on Wednesday, Sept. 25.

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