The new school year is almost here! MPS wants to celebrate the start of the new school year, which will take place through online learning. To kick off a fresh start, students, families, and the community are invited to take part in Welcome Back-to-School Spirit Week! During the week of August 10 to 14, fans […]
Milwaukee Public Schools’ (MPS) phased-in reopening recommendation for the 2020-21 school year was unanimously approved by the Milwaukee Board of School Directors. The Board, in a 7-2 vote, also approved to maintain the early and traditional start calendars for the school year. The phased in approach includes, Phase 1-full remote learning, Phase 2-hybird learning, and […]
Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) released its School Reopening Survey for students and families to gather input on how to safely welcome back students for the 2020-21 school year. Amid the challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, surveys will be distributed to families via email, US Mail, and other methods and will ask how they feel […]
Thank a teacher during Teacher Appreciation Week This week is Teacher Appreciation Week! As we navigate school closures during the coronavirus pandemic, please share your thanks and support of all teachers who educate and care for our children. Our students’ futures depend on the work of teachers and school staff. Help us celebrate teachers! Send […]
Help your child keep learning! With schools closed due to coronavirus, it’s important for students to learn while at home. MPS will be closed for at least three weeks of regular class time. MPS is currently offering instructional learning materials at all 20 “Stop, Grab, and Go” locations along with packaged meals for students. Learn […]
Jess Keating, author of What Makes a Monster? visited Browning School. Ms. Keating talked about her job as a zoologist and about being an author. She introduced the first, second and third graders to four of her favorite animals that are featured in her book. We learned about an Aye-Aye, a Horror Frog, an Assassin Bug and a […]
Former Green Bay Packer, LeRoy Butler, visited Browning School on Thursday, December 5. He spoke to our third, fourth and fifth graders about respect, bullying, leadership, and the importance of academics.