Had you considered attending the open house at Midvale Elementary School to find out about the building improvement referendum? The School District is holding an open house with tours on Feb. 24 from 6-8 pm. The following info from the District will help you learn about this important public education issue.
The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) invites community members to attend any of the Open House events located in each MMSD high school attendance area, to learn more about the April 7 Referendum on School Facilities.
The events will include tours of school facilities, information on plans for improving space, accessibility and school building conditions in 16 Madison schools, as well as the opportunity to ask questions and talk with staff and board members in one-to-one conversations. Participants may arrive and gather information at their own pace, anytime between 6 and 8 p.m. on the dates listed below. For more information on the School Referendum visit mmsd.org/facilities.
Problem: Midvale is operating at capacity. Programs like dual-language immersion and 4K attract families but also add operational complexity.
Proposed Solution: Replacing the cafeteria with five classrooms and building a new cafeteria/multi-purpose room adjacent to the playground will provide more learning space and improve the flow of students through the school. A 3-stop elevator will also provide accessibility Est. Cost: $2,637,600