Hungry, haggard and homeless. Some suburban schools have expanded beyond the three Rs to the three Hs, a Now newspaper investigation has discovered. More educators are spending time and energy outside of classes clothing, feeding and even housing impoverished students.
The city of Greenfield and two school districts within its borders are on the verge of what some call a ground-breaking agreement to install and share a mutual fiber optic network.
Greenfield —A $150,000 Safe Routes to Schools grant will mean new sidewalks at the Greenfield Middle School, dirt paths being paved to the school and flashing lights marking school zones at the middle school and at two elementary schools.
Greenfield —Greenfield schools are close to providing before- and after-school child care through the Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department at a much reduced rate for families.
Greenfield — The Whitnall School District invites community senior citizens to enjoy a musical show and dinner next month.
Greenfield —As of Monday, the former Chapman School, 8500 W. Chapman Ave., was down, and 10 of the 39 homes around it are gone as well.(1)
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Greendale — The Greendale School District has announced the names of the three finalists candidates under consideration in its search for a permanent superintendent.
Greenfield Mayor Michael Neitzke said that a small park that is on a list of 43 Milwaukee County parks that Milwaukee County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr. is seeking to protect is no longer in Greenfield.