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Thank you, Madison Community Voters!

Community support is one of the hallmarks of Madison School District’s fiscal stability. State budget shortfalls and the subsequent cuts to K – 12 education funding since 2008 have created challenges for schools. Madison is fortunate and thankful to have a long history of support from our voters, and we strive to be effective stewards of tax-payer monies.

School Finance Overview

Schools receive funding from a variety of sources: the state and federal governments, local property taxes, and grants. However, all dollars have a specific purpose and cannot generally be spent in other areas. Under state law, the district may spend the funds in two ways:

  • Maintenance and Operations (M&O) funds are used for running the schools and fund employee salaries and benefits, classroom supplies, and transportation.
  • Capital funds are used to build and equip schools, repair and upgrade existing buildings, buy school buses, and purchase technology.

Madison Park Campus Rebuild - Completed 2024

Madison Meadows Building Replacement - Completed 2022

The Madison Center for the Arts - Completed 2018

Madison Simis Campus Rebuild – Completed 2016