Archives for 2012

Nuestros pensamientos y corazones están con Connecticut

Estimadas familias de MPS: Seguramente ya habrán escuchado sobre la trágica pérdida de vidas de los estudiantes Seguramente ya habrán escuchado sobre la trágica muerte de los estudiantes y empleados en una escuela primaria en Connecticut. Nuestros pensamientos y corazones están con todos los afectados por la tragedia de hoy viernes. Queremos asegurarles que la […]

Celebrating 12/12/12 Day

Staff and students at Gaenslen School celebrated 12/12/12 by working on math problems dealing with 12 and creating and displaying stories about things that come in dozens (including donuts & hard boiled eggs). Students and staff were also encouraged to wear clothing that had numbers on it – especially #12! Assistant Principal Jeanne DeMint, along with teachers […]

Clement is thankful for Ms. Beay

Each month, one student from each classroom in grades K-5 at Clement Avenue School is chosen by their teacher to enjoy lunch with Principal Swick. Students look forward to a themed table such as green and gold for the Packers and treats with Ms. Swick. Principal Swick says she is the one who really looks forward to the special […]

MHSA wins GRAMMY Signature Schools Community Award

MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee Public Schools’ Milwaukee High School of the Arts is now the first school in the Midwest to benefit from a new GRAMMY Signature Schools partnership between the GRAMMY Foundation and the Hot Topic Foundation. The Signature Schools Community Award includes a $2,000 grant to be used to assist in maintaining the school’s […]

Photos: Bethune donates 1,000 pounds of food to Hunger Task Force

MILWAUKEE — Students, staff and families from Milwaukee Public Schools’ Mary McLeod Bethune Academy  have collected close to 1,000 pounds of food for the Hunger Task Force so far this holiday season. Approximately 97% of students at Bethune come from families with income low enough to qualify for free lunch. That hasn’t stopped the community […]

Student council creates student leaders

Fifth grade students at Parkview are all smiles in their brand new student council t-shirts. The students were chosen for the school’s student council based on an application process. Parkview’s student council is responsible for many things, including setting a good example of citizenship for the other students, helping with the Halloween dance, sponsoring a […]