The Madison Student Senate (MSS) in Wisconsin is the official way for students to communicate with the Madison Metropolitan School District Board of Education.
There are eight representatives from each high school on the MSS, as well as the student board member and alternate, and the losing candidates from the final election for the student member of the district board. The chair of the MSS is the alternate student member of the district board, and the student member themselves can share student concerns from the MSS as they feel appropriate.
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