Category: School News

School Safety Plan approved by the Assembly

Governor’s plan to bring more security to the schools of Wisconsin was approved by the vast majority of the Assembly. It was voted 78 pro and 8 contra at Thursday....

Gov. Scott Walker unveils school safety plan for Wisconsin

Governor Walker announced his vision of school safety plan. This plan is meant to prevent disastrous events like there happened in Florida, where armed former student,...

Democrats introduce gun safety bills — without guns being mentioned

In the wake of Stoneman Douglas school shooting democrats of Wisconsin have introduced a bill which contains a package of measures intended to provide school and public...

Special-needs Scout to attend fourth national Jamboree

WAUKESHA — On July 19, 40,000 Boy Scouts, Venturers, Explorers and unit leaders will descend upon Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia for the 19th National Scout...

Big Weekend Ahead for Woodstock Alums

A weekend packed full of activities is in store for Woodstock Union High School alumni this year, according to the Woodstock Alumni Association’s President Jean...

DPI: Half of state public school districts to receive less aid

MADISON — A little over half of Wisconsin public school districts will receive less general aid in the 2017- 18 school year than they did for the 2016-17 school year,...

One student helps improve policies for special needs students

HARTLAND — While dozens of middle school students in the area have graduated from the eighth grade this spring, Kelly Lyons was the first student with Down syndrome to...

Jackson company says more parents buy supplies in spring

JACKSON — Since 1991, School-Pak has been gathering school supplies, putting together prepackaged kits and, at times, influencing the school supply industry. The...

Become A Reading Olympian This Summer At The Lomira QuadGraphics Community Library

This year, the Lomira QuadGraphics Community Library has planned a wide variety of educational, entertaining and fun programs to keep children of all ages busy all...

Mayville FFA Director Geiger To Retire

Cal Geiger, a teacher and FFA Director at Mayville High School (MHS) for the last 33 years, is retiring at the end of this school year. “I have a passion for...