15 of our Bradley Tech Students have been selected to participate in the Art & Archaeology of Me Project through Discovery World. Students took part in a competitive application and interview process in order to qualify to take part in the project. The Bradley Tech students taking part in the Art & Archaeology of Me Project will create an installation describing the history of the Walker’s Point Neighborhood, will earn a 0.5 credit, and will have the opportunity to receive a paid…
Students born in nine different countries who speak 13 different native languages and all attend Milwaukee Public Schools’ Story School shared a stage at the school Wednesday night for a multicultural program.
Students at Milwaukee Spanish Immersion School were all smiles as they headed back to school Tuesday morning. On Wednesday, Milwaukee Spanish Immersion was named a Wisconsin School of recognition for the 8th year in a row, for moving low-income students forward.
Lisa has been very active in all aspects of school. She provides her students with very well rounded lessons. She has a teaching environment that includes special needs students who benefit greatly from her kind and caring ways. Lisa is willing to serve on various school committees and is one of our International Baccalaureate Coordinators. The other staff respect her and seek out her input when problems arise.
Robert Larry (far left) has grown from the days of annoying his brothers with his homemade drum set, comprised of empty paint cans, pots and pans, plastic bins and a pair of steel spatulas. The Rufus King High School student has become a leader in King's band, jazz band and drum line, thanks in part to the extra learning opportunities provided by the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music.
Kadijiha Jones and Shamara Spurlock, graduates of Bradley Tech’s financial management class, took their knowledge and teaching skills across the street to Vieau Elementary and taught first graders the importance of financial literacy. Using Junior Achievement’s program, “Our Families,” Kadijiha and Shamara, both graduating seniors, took on a teaching role usually provided by an adult business person.
MPS students took the lead in organizing and facilitating the event and recruited youth groups like the Milwaukee Flyers tumbling team and the Riverside Gospel Choir as entertainment between speakers. The rally also highlighted MPS programs geared toward anti-violence such as Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, which was created to curb disruptions and suspensions in schools.
Students at Gaenslen K-8 School wished Dr. Seuss a very happy birthday Thursday. The Cat in the Hat even stopped by the classrooms. Principal Hines and some lucky children had the chance to sit and chat with him!
A new pilot scholarship program provided kindergarten students and parents from Milwaukee Public Schools’ 81st Street School the chance to take an interactive “Chameleons and Snakes” Zoological Society of Milwaukee class on Tuesday.