The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts exhibit “Orphan to Apprentice: Child Labor in the Pre-Industrial Era” was brought to 6th graders at MJS through a grant from MEF.
The TJS Physical Education department was awarded a grant to purchase Indo Balance Board Trainers, an oval wooden board balanced on a hard plastic roller.
The Dodger Online, the online MHS newspaper, was launched through a grant to purchase 10 Apple iMac computers for the high school journalism lab.
Student artists at Kings Road School have benefited from the installation of an Art Gallery Wall funded by a grant from the MEF.
MEF and the Madison Music Association co-funded a grant to purchase 75 Wenger Posture music chairs for the strings and orchestra programs at all three elementary schools.
The Madison 5K Run/Walk/Kids' Fun Runs is a community-wide event that takes place on the first Sunday of May and attracts running enthusiasts, walkers and families with young children.
Martha Witt is an author of short fiction and young adult novels and recently visited the MHS Creative Writing and AP Fiction classes to discuss her first novel, Broken as Things Are.
At Madison High School, the Fine Art Digital Imaging program, led by teacher Shannon Lavelle, received a grant to purchase 14 MacBooks and 14 cameras.
During the fall, 5th graders at CAS learn about pond life through hands-on experiences.
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