The mission of WCLL is to develop our children, who are diverse in cultural and ethnic backgrounds, ability levels and learning styles, into caring individuals and responsible citizens. We provide a quality education through a cooperative relationship of home, school, and community. It is our goal to empower students to meet the global challenges of today and realize the dreams of tomorrow.
We are pleased to announce the Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning High School Freshman Bridge Program will be held on August 3rd and August 5th from (8:30 am – 3:00 pm)
On August 3rd you can come to Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning to pick up Chromebook, student schedules, and classroom materials.
Pre Freshman Bridge Google Classroom Activity Videos – Schools should provide links to videos below on the school website and when students come to their school on August 3rd. Students and families should review these links prior to Freshman Bridge activities on August 5th.
Parents we need YOU… to help your child STRIVE FOR FIVE!
School begins at 8:55 a.m. and ends at 3:55 p.m. Please ensure your child is in school and on time daily.
School Governance Councils
Benjamin Franklin has a School Governance Council (SGC) that enables parents, staff, students, and the community to work together in facilitating quality educational plans that produce continuous improvement of student achievement.
The purpose of a SGC is to provide a forum for parents, teachers, community members, students and principals to work together in providing continued analysis and improvement of public school policies, curriculum, school improvement plan goals, and general student well-being.
Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning is looking for parents to serve on our School Governance Council. If you are interested please contact the school at 414-304-2964 for information on the election process.
As Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning closes out the school year, we would like to share important information with families concerning obtaining their belongings which remain in the building during the extended school closure.
You are asked to return the following items to the school on June 11 classroom textbooks, library books, uniforms, sports equipment, musical instruments, etc. Items not returned to the school may delay your ability to receive your scholar’s diploma.
Scholars not attending the virtual Summer Academy June Session should return the Chromebook issued for remote learning on the same date selected for locker/desk closeout. Scholars attending the virtual Summer Academy June Session should retain their device. Items will be available for pick-up from distribution date until June 30, 2020. Unclaimed items will be discarded as of July 1, 2020.
If you have additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Ms. Kelly by email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, June 12, you can contact the school at (414) 304-6800. Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation.