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Strategic Plan


2022-2027 Strategic Planning

The Monona Grove School Board has approved a 2022-2027 Strategic Plan. This page will continue to be updated with yearly objectives, data, and progress monitoring initiatives. Check back for updates.  

5 Year Objectives

Teaching & Learning

  • Bridge Academic & Social Emotional Learning as part of an integrated and comprehensive instructional model, using culturally responsive curriculum resources and practices.
  • Amplify student voice through partnerships to promote active engagement in learning.

Highly Effective Personnel

  • Provide an equitable and inclusive workplace to recruit and retain a diverse staff experiencing high levels of well-being.
  • Implement district hiring processes with fidelity across all positions in the district.

Engage the Community

  • Implement strategies and systems to ensure effective, timely, and responsive communication to, from, and between all stakeholders.
  • Create and utilize partnerships with our vibrant and diverse students, families, staff, and community to ensure access, representation, and voice.

Financial Sustainability and Efficiency

  • Create and implement a sustainable and equitable distribution of resources that aligns with needs and priorities.

Demographics Dashboard

2021-22 District Demographic Breakdown

Demographic Breakdown as of 2021-22

bar chart of all school enrollment numbers from 2016-17 school year to 2022-23 school year.


The majority of MGSD consists within the city of Monona and the village and town of Cottage Grove along with parts of Madison. See boundary map for more details. 


Schools & Grade Configurations

MGSD serves students in grades 4K-12 among seven schools. See our locations for more details.


1991 students using bus transportation in the 2022-23 school year

As of November 3, 2022

1 to 1 technology. Every student, 4k-12, is provided a device in the classroom
MGHS AP & Graduation Data from Fall 2022
graphic of school nutrition breakdown. 32.37% program participation across all schools. 18,141 average monthly total breakfasts served with a total of 168,694 for the school year. 28,130 average monthly lunches served. with a total of 255,805 for the school year

Data from the 2022-23 school year