Jonathan Woloshin, Coordinator 608-206-9849

Theresa Grueneberg, Support (608) 663-8428

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Campus Connect
Students w/ IEPs attending MATC
Foundations Central

Students with IEPs age 18-21 who have dropped out/stopped attending

Hospital School
students at the Children's Hospital

Elementary Students w/ EBD

Middle School students w/ EBD
Gr. 6-8 Students w/ EBD
Middle School Students w/ EBD
7th-9th gr. males under court supervision

voluntary program - alternative to expulsion process


Campus Connect @ Madison College
Erik Hartz 516-5216

Campus Connect is an innovative approach to post secondary education for adult learners with disabilities.  The Campus Connect program is a partnership between Madison College and Madison Metropolitan School District.  The program is housed on the Madison College campus and provides an opportunity for students who require more than the traditional level of supports in order to be successful in a college environment.

Foundations Central @
Urban League Madison  

Foundations Central serves students identified with special education needs that have dropped out or stopped attending school for a variety of reasons and are between the ages of 18-21

Hospital School
American Family Childrens Hospital

The Hospital School program serves the educational needs of school-aged students who are receiving treatment at American Family Children’s Hospital.

East - Marquette Elem
West - Randall Elem
West - Olson Elementary School


LEAP is designed to serve students in 1st through 5th grade who are receiving special education services for an emotional-behavioral disability (EBD) who have not been successful in their home school despite numerous and varied interventions.

East Madison Community Center


NEON provides up to a full day educational experience for middle-school-aged students
with emotional behavioral disabilities that require a high degree of
individualized instruction and support for their emotional and behavioral needs.

MMSD Hoyt Bldg

PRIDE  is a short term intervention program for students identified with an emotional/behavioral disability in grades 6-8 for up to one year.


REPLAY stands for Re-directive, Pro-social, Learning Alternative for Youth. REPLAY is a collaborative program between Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) and Dane County Human Services – Neighborhood Intervention Program (NIP) serving 7th, 8th and 9th grade male students who display significant behavior problems in traditional middle or high school environment and who are currently under court supervision.


Briarpatch Youth Services
2302 S. Gammon Rd
Madison, Wisconsin 53704

The RISE program provides students expelled from the MMSD with a comprehensive opportunity to continue academic learning and credit attainment while receiving support for social/emotional skill development and community engagement

East - Sherman Mid Sch


The School Based Alternative Program (SBA) is designed to serve 6th through 8th grade students identified as having an emotional-behavioral disability (EBD) and who are not being successful in a more inclusive classroom arrangement at their home school.


Innovative & Alternative Ed Programs:
Contact Info


Guide to Alternatives IEP and Allocation information  (Staff Only)