Congratulations to Madison Russian School students who were among the winners of the 25th International Math Kangaroo competition:
Katerina Razenkova (1st grade) — 1st place in WI
Olga Denisova (1st grade) — 3rd place in WI
Maxim Malyk (2nd grade) — 1st place in WI and 7th place in the US
Rita Vavilova (4th grade) — 2nd place in WI and 6th place in the US
Math Kangaroo is one of the biggest school-level math competitions in the world and in the US. In 2016, there were more than 24,000 participants nationwide.
We’d like to invite you all to the Madison Russian School’s End of School Year Concert which will be held on Sunday, May 21st, at 4:00 PM in the Christ Presbyterian Church at 944 East Gorham Street, Madison, 53703. Spacious parking is available at the venue.
Our program includes:
Performances by our theater groups
End of school year ceremony with gifts and diplomas
Celebratory tea and desserts after the concert (please bring a treat to share!)
We look forward to seeing you all there to help us recognize all the wonderful students and staff!
Also, Madison Russian School was invited to participate in a very exciting community event — International Festival of Language and Culture Schools of Madison that will also take place on May 21st from 11 am till 2:45 pm at Goodman Community Center (149 Waubesa st. Madison, WI). As the festival unfortunately coincides with our end-of-school-year concert, we are not able to present everything our talented students and staff are capable of. However, the school will have an exhibition stand with some interactive crafts activities. Moreover, the theater group will present two dances from the play “The Flying Ship” and the school choir “Spring” will do a brief presentation for the community.
Please come and join us at this exciting event if you can!
Congratulations to Madison Russian School students Lora and Maya Reinfeldt who won gold medals at Olympiada of Spoken Russian, which took place in New York on April 23, 2017 with more than 60 participants age 6-17!
Congratulations to Madison Russian School student Maxim Shumilov for placing 2nd in the National final of the Living Classics competition in Washington, D.C.! Make sure to watch his inspired, dramatic, and hilarious performance of a short story by A. Averchenko “A person behind a room divider”:
Madison Russian School wishes best of luck to our students Alya Denisova and Maxim Shumilov who will be representing our school at the national final of the Living Classics competition. Check out their outstanding performaces:
The Madison Russian School is looking for teachers for the fall semester (2017-2018 school year) for the following subjects:
If you, or anyone you know, have experience teaching and are ready to work with our amazing students, this is a great opportunity! Qualified candidates are invited to apply by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.