Welcome to Anana Elementary
Together we are strong!
Working collaboratively to help our students grow as learners.
We are a 4K-5 elementary school located in the Memorial High School attendance area on Madison’s southwest side. We are primarily a neighborhood school where approximately 90% of students walk to school. Thanks to a SAGE (Student Achievement Guarantee in Education) grant, kindergarten through third-grade classes are kept at 18 students each. Two early childhood classes are also housed at Anana Elementary.
What Makes Anana Unique:
- Hot lunch program offers a fresh fruit and vegetable bar.
- Anana Family Resource Center.
- Disney Musicals in School site.
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Interested in supporting our school? Give a gift to Anana Elementary School.
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“What’s great about Anana? How about open-mindedness, student and family focused staff and leaders, positive “can-do” attitudes, creative thinkers, and willing partners in building a multilingual choice for families! THANKS Anana!!!!”
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Through the Foundation’s Adopt-a-School program, Madison’s public schools are “adopted” by a local business, organization, or government agency, forming mutually enriching partnerships.
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Why I Give
When I began as a principal in the district, a representative from the Foundation and I had the opportunity to meet. Her warm welcome coupled with the selfless mission of the organization inspired me to get involved initially. I was then able to see the meaningful contributions the Foundation makes to our schools each and every day, which inspired me to continue my support.
We support the Foundation because we believe in public education. We strongly believe that the public school system is a bedrock community institution that provides opportunity for all children. Through the Foundation’s financial support, many innovative projects that enhance the educational experience of Madison children have begun and been sustained over the years.
NAN & BOB BRIEN
As a strong believer in the public school system, I’m convinced that a strong preK-12 program is the way to ensure equitable opportunity for all. The Foundation’s enthusiastic attitude supports promising educational practices and exemplifies philanthropic leadership. It’s a phenomenal ally and advocate of Madison’s schools, and as a high-caliber, well-managed organization, it is richly deserving of our support.