Use our online form to report your child absent from school. You are welcome to continue using our Safe Arrival / Attendance Line phone number if you’d prefer. The online form is simply an additional option for attendance reporting. Learn more.
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Kids can eat free, nutritious food, Monday through Friday, June 19 - August 11. Times vary by location. Meals will not be served on July 3rd and 4th.
Nearly 50 locations, including schools, parks and community centers will offer breakfast, lunch and snacks. These locations will be open to the general public and you don't need to fill out an application. Children 18 years of age and under can receive up to two free meals per site. Call 2-1-1 or visit the website to find a site near you.
Summer School is the perfect time for your student to build confidence in a smaller class setting and develop their academic skills in preparation for the next grade level. The deadline to enroll is Wednesday, April 26. Learn more at mmsd.org/summer-school.
Summer school is part of a year-long strategy that provides critical, additional learning time to support students on their pathway to college, career and community readiness.
Due to weather conditions in the area tonight, all MMSD events which require out of district travel, both for other schools traveling to Madison and Madison schools traveling out of district are canceled. We will remain open as usual for all after school programs, including MSCR programs and after school activities.
Debido a las condiciones climáticas el día de hoy, el Distrito Escolar Metropolitano de Madison se cancelarán todos los eventos del distrito que requieran de desplazarse fuera del distrito, tanto para individuos de otras escuelas que necesiten desplazarse a las escuelas de Madison como aquellos de las escuelas de Madison que necesiten desplazarse fuera del distrito. Permanecerá abierto como lo acostumbrado para los programas después de las clases, incluyendo los programas de MSCR y otras actividades.
Community involvement is key to the success of our schools, so we look forward to welcoming 93 Principal Partners to our schools through A Principal Experience on Tuesday, October 11. This event provides a unique opportunity to experience the rewards as well as the challenges our principals, teachers and students face on a daily basis.
Jodi Hansen of Catholic Charities and Marianne Korol of Total Administrative Services Inc. (TASC) will serve as the Principal Partners at Lindbergh.
We are on a mission to close the gaps in opportunity that lead to disparities in achievement, and to ensure every child is academically challenged in a safe and supportive environment. As we work to keep this momentum going, we’re facing disruptive cuts from the state, which continues to approve budgets that are not supportive of public education. Learn about the operational referendum on the November 8 ballot and come to an upcoming informational session. Visit mmsd.org/referendum for details. #VoteNov8
If you have moved or plan on moving outside of your school's attendance area between September 1, 2015, and August 31, 2016, you may need to fill out an internal transfer application for your child to continue to attend the same school or feeder school for the upcoming school year.
To find your new attendance area, use the Find Your School tool online or contact your child's school. The deadline to submit your internal transfer application is this Friday, August 19 at 6:00 p.m.
Lindbergh is participating in MMSD's program to enhance learning by integrating digital devices into the classroom. G2 schools are the second cohort of schools to be added to the district's technology plan. Students, staff, and families will engage in continuous digital literacy learning through discovery, collaboration, and creation with the belief that accessible and differentiated digital tools and environments for every student will provide transformative learning opportunities. Learn more.
Note: Our PTA meeting has been changed to Tuesday, May 17. We hope to see you there!