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Open House Highlighting MATC Accelerated Programs to be Held at MATC West Allis May 1

Prospective students are invited to explore Milwaukee Area Technical College’s accelerated associate degree programs at a free open house from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, at the West...

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West Allis/West Milwaukee Chambers, School District , MATC and Manufacturers Hold Events to Encourage Young People to Enter Manufacturing Careers

The West Allis West/Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce and West Allis-West Milwaukee School District, local manufacturers and Milwaukee Area Technical College are joining forces to raise the awareness of middle...

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Explore Arts, Culture, and Diversity at TADA Festival

Greendale School District Art and World Languages Departments and the Camera and Media Club are hosting the Traditional and Digital Arts (TADA) Festival, Friday, April 26, from 4 to 8:30...

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French Immersion Camp

The Academy of Classical Ballet will be holding it's second annual French Immersion Camp, July 8th thru the 19th. Using semi-immersion (English and translations used), ACB provides a fun, natural way...

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MORE Robotics Prepares for World Championship

MORE Robotics, Team 1714, kicked off the 2013 FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics build season upon the release of this year’s competition, Ultimate Ascent, in...

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Local students named to fall 2012 dean's list at Carroll University

The following students from your area were named to the dean’s list at Carroll University for the fall 2012 semester. To be named to the dean’s list, students must have...

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Alverno College Launches BA in Management Completion Program

Alverno College is launching a new BA in management completion program in October of 2013. The program is flexible, blending online and in-classroom learning so that women with an Associate...

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Kids Helping Kids at Canterbury

Greendale's Canterbury elementary school student council has partnered with Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation to sponsor a variety of lemonade stand events at school activities in the coming months. The first...

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Greendale Middle School Students Meet Popular Author

Neal Shusterman, a noted author of Young Adult literature, spent the day at Greendale Middle School this week. Shusterman made a presentation to the students, answered questions, signed books, and...

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High School Group Helps Middle Schoolers Break Out of Their Shells

Greendale High School’s “Teens with Impact” group hosted Eggspress Yourself, an event for 7th and 8th graders at Greendale Middle School. The session was held to help the younger students...

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Greendale Students Compete, Win At Regional History Day Event

Nearly 40 Greendale School District students from both Greendale High (GHS) and Middle Schools (GMS) competed with more than 500 youth from around the area at the National History Day...

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Holocaust Remembrance Service at Alverno College

On Wednesday, April 10th at noon in Pitman Theatre, Alverno College will host its 12th annual Holocaust Remembrance Service. Featured speaker is Holocaust Survivor Aaron Elster who comes to us...

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Greendale’s Canterbury School Wins Its Second Radio Disney Dance Party

Canterbury school students in Greendale enjoyed a reward for their efforts in physical fitness recently – a Radio Disney Dance Party. K5-5th graders participated in “Get Active, Get Fit Challenge”...

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Sr. Kathleen O’Brien and Tina Chang Honored with Sacagawea Award

Professional Dimensions, a Milwaukee business networking organization, will honor Tina Chang, chairman and CEO, SysLogic, Inc., and Sr. Kathleen O'Brien, Ph.D., Alverno College senior vice president of academic affairs, with...

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College Park Students Raise Funds for Military Families

Earlier this month, College Park elementary school students in Greendale raised $160 in a “Hearts for Heroes” service learning project. Decorated paper hearts were sold for $1 each and the...

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Alverno College Professor Honored for Distinguished Achievement in Teacher Education

The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) has named Mary E. Diez, Ph.D., dean of the School of Education at Alverno College, the winner of its 2013 David...

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High School Seniors May Apply for Scholarships from Hales Corners Woman's Club

The Hales Corners Woman's Club is accepting scholarship applications until March 31 from qualifying high school seniors who plan to enter an accredited college, university or technical school in fall....

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South Milwaukee ROCKS the Red Out for American Heart Association

For Immediate Release RE: RED OUT Results American Heart Association FROM: South Milwaukee Health & Physical Education Department DATE: February 13th, 2013 Congratulations to all of you on such a successful RED OUT! Thank...

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Alverno Honored With Community Service Award At NCAA Convention

Alverno College was recognized for the Jostens/National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA) Community Service Awards at the 2013 NCAA Convention in Grapevine, Texas last week. Brad Duckworth, Alverno's director...

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Alverno College Addresses Critical Need in Changing Field of Health Care

Alverno College is launching a redesigned RN to BSN program in June of 2013. The 18-month program, a blend of online and in-classroom learning, is structured so that working registered...

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Community Watch

» Full advisory committee endorses West Allis high school boundary plan 11/23

» $2 Budget South Cinemas in Greenfield closes as of Monday, Nov. 23 11/23

» Christmas deadline nears for Holiday Helper donations in West Allis 11/23

» Updated state championship game rankings of area prep football teams and players 11/19

» Whitnall participates in global education conference in Washington 11/18

» Plans for National Avenue upgrade in West Allis ready for public input 11/17

» Greenfield residents worried about coyotes get reassurance, advice Updated:  11/17

» Draft ordinance to allow beekeeping in Greenfield clears health board 11/17

» Steering committee recommends West Allis high school boundary plan 11/16

» 169 smoke alarms installed in high-risk West Allis neighborhood 11/16

» Hay wagon collects ton of love for needy West Allis families Saturday 11/16

» Rock band's message to students aimed at kicking pain out of bullying 11/16

» Man cleared in earlier shooting accused of being high before fatal crash 11/12

» After incidents, Greenfield to hold info. meeting on coyote problem 11/10

» No-tax-increase proposed West Allis budget for 2016 going to a vote 11/10

» West Allis neighbors would pay for some traffic slowing measures 11/10

» Greenfield Highlands meets pond-lining deadline, rain needed for test 11/10

» Greenfield photographer's photo winner in bank's 2016 calendar contest 11/9

» Whitnall School District recognized for its efforts to communicate with residents 11/9

» After 2 coyote incidents, Greenfield alderman warns residents to keep pets safe 11/9

» Wisconsin State Fair neighbors see threat to income from fair parking 11/4

» West Allis Common Council holds Roosevelt School rezoning for two weeks 11/4

» West Allis Mayor Dan Devine elected league of municipalities president Updated:  11/3

» West Allis schools agree to keep park at Roosevelt School for a year 11/2

» Greenfield's Elm Dale Elementary School getting new playground Tuesday 11/2

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