End Of The Year Item Return/Locker Clean-Out
Item return and pick-up will take place during the week of June 8th-June 12th from 10am-4pm. Personal items in lockers will be put in a bag and given to the owner of that locker. At this time we will collect school issued devices (non-AVID and non-Summer School Seniors ONLY), chargers, instruments, calculators, textbooks, library books, and athletic clothing. Read more details about the specific items we will be returning and collecting and a summary of the contactless process.
Class of 2020 Graduation and Senior Information
WISC-TV/Channel 3 will be airing East High School's Virtual Commencement Ceremony on Friday, June 12th from 7:00-8:00pm, preceded by a broadcast of News 3 Now: 2020 Graduation from 6:30-7pm. If you don't have cable, don't worry! The ceremony will also stream concurrently with the television broadcast on channel3000.com. In addition, all MMSD high school graduations will re-air as a 4.5 hour block on Sunday, June 14th from 11:30am-4pm on TVW, Digital Over-the-air channel 3.2, Charter Cable 14, and Direct TV channel 14, and will be available on demand on SBTV OTT App and channel3000+ on Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, and Android TV.

Find out more information about billboards to recognize seniors, a special graduation edition of Madison Magazine, diploma distribution, saving MMSD google items, summer texting support from MMSD counselors, transcripts, college planning, summer opportunities, and more at east.mmsd.org/graduation.
AVID Seniors Share Future Plans In Tribute Video
AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. East High School's AVID Seniors are "Moving Forward." Check out this AVID Senior Tribute video to find out where these Seniors are going and what they plan to do in the future! #MovingForward
Summer School Information - Online Programming
East High School is excited to offer many learning opportunities for students this summer. All courses will be online this summer to ensure the health and safety of all students and staff. Students must contact their School Counselor to register for courses by June 8th.
Summer Athletics Guidance For Safe Reopening
MMSD will implement the following additional provisions in support of Forward Dane and the safe reopening of our schools and community:

1) Virtual spring coaching only can occur through May 30th for spring sports.

2) Virtual summer training activities may begin June 1st related to general strength and fitness training. This means individual training or workouts may be shared or scheduled on a virtual platform for synchronous training- such as stretching, flexibility, and warm-up routines, strength and speed training, conditioning, and mental preparation/sport psychology resources - so long as it follows normal WIAA Coaching Contact rules.

3) MMSD athletic programs will not have in-person programming this includes summer contact, open gyms, camps, clinics or other training opportunities through July 31st. 

  • Our school buildings will be closed through July 31, 2020. This includes all facilities and grounds including athletic fields, outdoor courts, and stadiums.
  • MMSD athletics will not hold any summer contact sessions in person nor encourage students to gather outside of school grounds, to train through July 31st at this time:
  • We hope to return to education-based athletic programs August 1st with additional guidance from WIAA and local public health
  • We will provide students with best practices and mental health support along with virtual training opportunities and connections to help facilitate when we are ready to return in-person athletics.
  • If conditions merit, it is possible small group outdoor activities may be allowed in late July, related to preparation and injury prevention in a return to play process.
  • NFHS Guidance for your information.

Read the FULL MMSD Summer Athletics Guidance Document from MMSD Athletic Director, Jeremy Schlitz
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
There has never been a better time to be sure we are all taking steps to stay mentally well. The drastic changes that have occured in our daily lives and the uncertainty of the future affects all of us differently in positive and more difficult ways. Check out the information below and a video where East High School students and staff share ways they are coping.