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My Lowell kindergartner and 2nd grader must have music class on the same days because every Thursday they come home happily singing all the songs Mr. Burkel must have taught that day! Thank you for choosing joyful, affirming songs for our kids to sing and thank you for making school fun!

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Thank you to Nurse Tanya Haney at Leopold for being so helpful and informative as our family navigated a positive covid case! Your kindness and guidance made a huge impact on us!

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Shout out to Kate Greenfield, PST at Schenk Elementary! Kate is a strong leader always supporting our team and helping us keep the needs of our students at the center. We appreciate you, Kate!

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The Leopold Coaches (Kim, Kyla, and Mike) have been amazing. Each day they show up with an "all in" attitude. They approach challenges head-on and with a smile. Your commitment to our scholars and the larger Leopold School Community is unmatched!

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Shout out to Nurse Caitlin at Schenk Elementary! She is an incredible resource for staff and families during such a challenging time. We are so grateful for all she does to keep our students and community safe and healthy!

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Hey Mel Acosta Reyna, Jennifer Cisneros and Emily Michaels, Leopold Front Office Staff....You Rock! Thank you for your knowledge, warm personality and ability to do anything needed!

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Shout out to Mandy Harvey and Vanessa Kent, the fearless leaders at Kennedy Elementary! Always keeping student safety and well being at the front of their work, they lead with heart and soul! Here's to a great 21-22 school year!

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Shout out to Sara Bechtold, the new secretary at Kennedy Elementary! Your first "start of the year" leading the office team and you are CRUSHING it! Kennedy families are in good hands with you! Keep up the great work :)

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In MMSD, we are deeply committed to ensuring equitable, inclusive, and welcoming learning communities for all of our children. AB562, the proposed parental opt-out bill, is in direct opposition to our district’s values and our students’ voices.

Happy Hispanic Heritage Month

Every Year we celebrate the National Hispanic Heritage,from September 15 to October 15. This is the time where we recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American Champions who have inspired others to achieve success.

Textbooks in Stacks

Over the next few days, each MMSD Kindergarten student will receive a small library of their very own books to bring home. Book bundles are available for kindergartners participating in our virtual elementary program, too; teachers will share pick-up details.

Healthy Lunch Options at Madison West

As you may already know, breakfast and lunch are free for ALL MMSD students this school year under the federal Seamless Summer Option (SSO). Here are additional food services information families should know for the beginning of the school year.

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For the first quarter of the school year, MMSD is expanding its mask requirement in elementary (grades 4K - 5) and middle school (grades 6-8) communities to now include masking outdoors as well as indoors and on buses. The mask requirement includes staff, families, and visitors in elementary and middle school buildings, as well as after school childcare and activities at K-8 schools.

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Dear MMSD Families, 

School begins next week, and I hope you and your child are excited about the new school year. Earlier this summer, we announced our plans for students to begin the school year learning in person, five days per week. Today, I am writing to provide an important update for our 4K-5th grade families who have been asking about virtual learning options for students.