Meteorologist John Marshall presented an overview on "how weather works" to 6th graders at MJS.
Madison Junior School (MJS) students will soon be enjoying a cart of 25 new Chromebooks thanks to an MEF grants.
A Butterfly Garden? YES! Torey J. Sabatini Elementary School celebrated the official opening of its Butterfly Garden with a ribbon cutting ceremony and a display of colorful "paper" butterflies created by students for the occasion.
All students at the Madison Junior School are enjoying a new kiln funded by MEF.
A new color printer at Central Avenue Elementary School allows students to produce special color projects each year.
Veni, Vidi, Vici! Thanks to a grant from MEF, the 7th Graders of MJS came, saw, and conquered the Metropolitan Museum of Art!
Please join us for the 2015 Madison 5K.
Elementary school students enjoy creating projects with clay supplied through a grant from MEF.
An MEF grant funded the purchase of 24 laptops and a cart for the Madison High School Physics Department.
MEF is thankful for our volunteers!
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 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.
During the fall, 5th graders at CAS learn about pond life through hands-on experiences.
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.
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.
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