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'The entryway to our future': MMSD seniors building career path app
Kiyem Obuseh and Tylor Brackett had a difficult decision to make. Should they attend their “extremely hard” calculus class? Or should they miss it to try to get a moment with Gov. Tony Evers at a press conference to talk to him about the app they were developing?
Bus driver shortage pushes Ashwaubenon principal, school board member to step up
Ashwaubenon High School Principal Dirk Ribbens and school board member Brian Van De Kreeke can now add bus driver to their list of experiences.
Local School District Facing Major Budget Cuts
An area school district is facing major budget cuts after a referendum failed last month. The district is facing a nearly $900,000 deficit, after both it's operational, and capital referendums failed to pass last month.
WATCH NOW: Kenosha Coalition announces dynamic response effort for violence prevention in schools
A dynamic new system to protect students and staff in Kenosha County schools from violence has been launched to help prevent and identify threats.
Cornell School Board; Metal cutter another way to prepare kids for careers
In effort to “beef up” the tech ed department, Cornell School District educators reached out to a few local industry leaders, to find out what would work in the fab lab and what equipment is lacking on Cornell’s end.
‘This feels like where we’re supposed to be’: West Side Elementary hosts dedication for new school
The dedication for West Side Elementary on Wednesday felt more like a homecoming party than a ceremony.
Wisconsin Department of Justice Awards Digital Mapping of School Building Grants
The Wisconsin Department of Justice Office of School Safety is pleased to announce that all the funds for the 2021 Wisconsin Act 109 Digital Mapping of School Buildings 2022 grant program have been awarded.
Union Grove High School District Earns Spectrum Award for Merit in School Communications
The Wisconsin School Public Relations Association (WSPRA) has awarded Union Grove Union High School District with a Spectrum Award of Merit for its work in school communications.
WIAA Board of Control gives OK to lacrosse in spring of 2024
The WIAA Board of Control approved the addition of lacrosse as a sanctioned sport at its meeting Friday.
Sun Prairie West High School Leaders of the Pack pave way for student leadership
Sun Prairie West High School is in its first academic year, and teachers, staff and students are working hard to create a positive and welcoming community through collaboration and student-leadership.
Area students building a home for Wisconsin Rapids family
The Wisconsin Rapids Building Construction class is currently working on the 25th house in the program's history. This time, they are building it for a former Wisconsin Rapids student who took part in the building construction class.
Green Bay Packers make donation to fund a Racine school's new community garden
Three middle-schoolers helped Jerstad-Agerholm K-8 School receive a grant to start a community garden next year.
Webster’s WALC program celebrated
The Webster Board of Education noted the early success of the Webster Alternative Learning Center (WALC) program at their latest board of education meeting on Monday, Nov. 30.
Oregon schools and district score highly on state ‘report cards’
All of the schools within the Oregon School District exceeded or met the expectations set by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s (DPI) Report Cards initiative, an annual report that analyzes the performance of every publicly funded school and district in the state.
Siren board leans into referendum redux: Half the April ballot question now set
When their current school year closes next spring, the Siren School District will see the sunset of their non-recurring, three-year, $300,000 annual referendum question, which they moved to address on Monday with a fresh idea for a similar ballot question next April - only adjusted for inflation.
Whitewater School Board approves purchase to replace outdated tech
The Whitewater Unified School District is planning to use some of its allocated COVID-19 relief funding from federal officials to replace outdated wireless technology.
Cadott High School adds Girls Wrestling program
In January, 261 wrestlers hit the mats at the first ever WIAA Girls State Wrestling Tournament. Now almost a year later, Cadott is looking to take down the competition.
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