News Archive

Body:

The Board of Education received an update on the District's Educator Effectiveness program and its implementation from Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services George Mavroulis at its regu

Body:

A new club at Glacier Creek is really starting to have an impact.

Body:

The Board of Education unanimously approved an additional $130,000 in spending as part of the 2014-15 budget at its regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 13.

Body:

Looking for a grand piano?

Body:

There were more than 6,700 students in the District for the first time, Fiscal Services manager Lori Ames told the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 13.

Body:
Body:

More than 200 MHS students received a geography lesson and heard some amazing stories during a 90-minute presentation by Swiss-born filmmaker Karin Muller at the Performing Arts Center on Tuesday.

Body:

Sunset Ridge principal Todd Mann and West Middleton principal Todd Macklem shared information on achievement levels, value add, achievement gap, PBIS and unique items to their building to the Board

Body:

MHS service learning and community service coordinator Karen Stodola provided an update on the plans for program and the requirements to the Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, Oct

Body:

Eighteen MHS students who are members of the school's Model United Nations Club, attended a conference held at Carl Sandburg High School in Orland Park, a suburb of Chicago, last weekend.

Body:

The eighth-grade team of Grace LaBoda, Kyle Neuser, Meghna Datta and Sam Gessler captured the championship of the Brain Bowl competition for students in grades 7-8 at Glacier Creek on Thursday.

Body:

Clark Street Community School's innovative approach to education is featured in an article on the Association of Wisconsin School Administrators' website.

Body:

The final repaving of Branch Street is expected to be completed on Wednesday, Oct. 1 and Thursday, Oct. 2, Vierbicher official Brian Barritt said.

Body:

The Board of Education had a lengthy discussion about how communication will be handled with all employee groups at its regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 22.

Body:

Park kindergarten teacher Amy Callies learned earlier this week that she had won a $1,000 grant from the Teachers' Outdoor Environmental Education Fund.

Pages