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Alverno College Music Professor Honored with a 2013 Vatican II Award

Michael Kamenski, assistant professor of Music at Alverno College, will be honored with a 2013 Vatican II Award for Distinguished Service for outstanding contributions to the Church and society later...

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Alverno College Appoints New Dean of Education

Nancy Athanasiou, Ed.D., has been appointed dean of Alverno College’s School of Education. In this role, she will provide leadership to the School of Education and partner with faculty...

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UW-Parkside announces 2012-2013 Greenfield graduate

The University of Wisconsin-Parkside proudly announces Greenfield student Moamen Rizk received a diploma during the 2012-2013 academic year. Rizk received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences following Spring...

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Greendale's Canterbury School Supports Kids With Cancer

Students and families from Greendale’s Canterbury Elementary School teamed up with Northwestern Mutual to support Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation during the spring semester. The school community raised $1,048.05, one...

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Former Whitnall High Students make Dean's list

Alex and Jacob Hardy, twin sons of Wendy and Duane Hardy,made the Dean's list for their freshman years at their respective universities. The young men graduated from Whitnall High School in...

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KENOSHA, Wis.—University of Wisconsin-Parkside Theatre Arts student Jazmin Medina of Franklin is working in professional theatre during summer 2013. Medina will serve as assistant costume designer and on the wardrobe crew...

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Milwaukee Succeeds releases Milestone Report

To support the community-wide effort to achieve success for every Milwaukee student from cradle to career, Milwaukee Succeeds today released its inaugural Milestone Report. The findings of the report will...

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Greendale Students Get Ready for Summer Reading

As the school year came to a close, Greendale elementary students attended an assembly with Lisa Reinke, the Greendale Public Library Youth Services Librarian. Ms. Reinke presented the 2013 Summer...

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World War II Vet Shares His Experiences with 8th Graders

Recently, 8th graders at Greendale Middle School hosted a visit from Eugene "Gene" Schulz, a World War II Veteran, and his wife Elanore. Students in 8th grade have been studying...

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Alverno College Appoints Vice President for Enrollment Services

Kate Lundeen has been appointed Vice President for Enrollment Services at Alverno College. In this role, she will direct all aspects of the College’s Admissions Department, including recruitment for undergraduate...

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Alverno College Receives Great Lakes “College Ready” Grant

Alverno College received a College Ready grant in the amount of $72,600 from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation. This grant will benefit 38 first-generation students, most of them from...

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GMS Author Visit Promotes Literacy, Love of Books!

Having an opportunity to meet a real, live author is a great way to connect students to books. Greendale Middle School 8th graders recently enjoyed a morning with author Amy Timberlake,...

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Free Culinary Camps for High School Students to be Held at MATC’s Oak Creek Campus in June

Two free weeklong culinary camps for high school students 16 and older will be held June 17-21 and June 24-29 at Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Oak Creek Campus, 6665 S....

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Engineering Students Sorting Out Details of a Tough Project

Greendale High School's Project Lead the Way Principles of Engineering class tackled a tough project over the last few weeks. Their task was to build a marble sorter using FischerTechniks...

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Alverno College Will Hold its 147th Commencement on May 17 and 18

Alverno College will hold its 147th commencement this weekend as 172 students walk across the Pitman Theatre stage (39th St. and Morgan Ave.) to receive their undergraduate degrees. The...

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Virtual Education: Why it can work for you

Virtual Education: Why it can work for you Every day, Wisconsin teachers strive to fulfill fundamental goals of education: to foster a love of learning and challenge students to try new...

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Kradwell School celebrates 50 years of changing lives

Kradwell School, a free-standing alternative school in Wauwatosa dedicated to serving middle and high school students, is marking its 50th anniversary with an evening celebration on Tuesday, May 21 at...

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Generous Donation Will Double Alverno College Bike Exchange Program

The Alverno College bike exchange program is about to get a big boost thanks to the folks at Wheel & Sprocket’s Brookfield location. The bike shop is donating eight reconditioned...

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Greendale Students Work For Youth Tobacco Prevention

Greendale High School freshman, Alexis Mitchell, testified earlier this spring at a public hearing of the State of Wisconsin Joint Committee on Finance held at Greendale High School. Mitchell’s testimony...

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Schools That Can Milwaukee Receives a Surprise $1 Million, 7 day Challenge Grant

On April 26th, Schools That Can Milwaukee (STCM) hosted a breakfast reception that called for business, community and education leaders to come together to improve Milwaukee’s schools. The event...

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Community Watch

» Greenfield schools get state award for innovative program 6/3

» Greenfield school wins two national character awards 6/3

» Swimming pools in West Allis ready for summer fun 6/3

» Public Policy Forum names West Allis staffer 'Future Leader' for 2015 6/2

» Region's first high-volume spay-neuter clinic opens to long waitlist Updated:  6/1

» Greenfield to hold public hearing June 16 on proposed Goodwill store 5/19

» Let us know about your Memorial Day event 5/13

» West Allis veterans groups, city to honor vets with parade, ceremony 5/12

» Winter's not through with us yet 5/12

» Economy extended stay hotel proposed for Greenfield's Layton Avenue 5/11

» Wauwatosa woman reportedly thwarted in attempt to rob dog grooming shop 5/10

» Greenfield to review CBRF proposed for tree-lined street of homes 5/8

» West Allis Goodwill to move across Oklahoma Avenue to bigger quarters 5/6

» West Allis to lump new thrift stores together; did it go far enough? 5/6

» West Allis officer buys car seat for girl after traffic stop 5/5

» To be or not to be on a leash, that is the question concerning dogs in West Allis parks 5/4

» Investigation: Family behind collapsed Falls building has a history of neglecting properties Updated:  5/1

» Greenfield Plan Commission cool to apartments amid homes, two-families 4/28

» Greenfield Common Council hears concerns at Chapman proposal hearing 4/27

» Meijer super store wins final Greenfield Common Council approvals 4/27

» Help-plan for Kulwicki Park going back to county with ICC endorsement 4/22

» Whitnall School Board to form facilities task force 4/14

» Diamond Stone headlines 2014-15 All-Suburban Boys Basketball team 4/13

» Tornado watch in effect 4/9

» Greendale Village Board hires architect to begin fire station location, design 4/9

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