Archives for December 2013

Lining Up for Victory

The Rufus King High School varsity team won the annual MPS Battle of the Drum Lines last weekend, taking the title for the ninth time in eleven years. Riverside High School placed second and Rufus King’s JV drum line took third. Also competing were Audubon High School, Bay View High School and Reagan High School. […]

Light the Lincoln

The choir from MPS’ Lincoln Center of the Arts Middle School performed at the Light the Lincoln event Monday at the Milwaukee County War Memorial, where the switch was flipped on new lighting for the Abraham Lincoln statue. A Lincoln impersonator toured the school before reciting the Gettysburg Address inside the War Memorial before the […]

A warm welcome

Sherman Multicultural Arts School staff and students handed out hot chocolate and pastries to parents in November as they dropped off their children at school. Located in the heart of the Sherman Park neighborhood, the K4-8 school is led by Principal Lonnie Anderson.

MPS announces sponsorship of Child and Adult Care Food Program

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Public Schools announces the sponsorship of the Child and Adult Care Food Program beginning September 25, 2013 at the following sites: Allen-Field, Bethune, Brown Street, Browning, Carson, Cass, Clarke, 81st, Engleburg, 53rd, Forest Home, Gaenslen, Greenfield, Hopkins/Lloyd, Kagel, Keefe Ave, King Elem, La Causa, LaFollette, Lincoln Elem, Longfellow, Maple Tree, Metcalfe, Mitchell […]

Musicianship, showmanship showcased as 5 high schools compete in high-energy MPS drum line festival

Three middle school drum lines will also perform at the event, now in its 11th year MILWAUKEE – Drum lines from five MPS high schools will showcase their musicianship and showmanship in a high-energy competition Saturday as they seek top honors at the 11th Annual MPS Drum Line Festival. The Audubon, Bay View, Reagan College […]

Science in Action

Students from Morse Marshall Gifted and Talented and Congress School put their heads together to solve the “paper bridge challenge” as part of a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) engineering design learning activity. Students were only allowed to use two .75 inch wooden cubes and strips of paper. The winning bridge was over six feet […]