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…
Milwaukee Public Schools is honoring a school safety aide who used his district CPR training to save his father-in-law’s life. The honor for Greg Tezak, who serves as a safety aide at MPS’ Pulaski High School, comes as MPS celebrates its 7th-annual ‘Get the Beat Day’ to hold AED drills and raise awareness of sudden cardiac arrest.
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!
Clarke Street School students show their appreciation of their school secretaries Denise Reed (seated, left) and Mary Kay Eul (right) on Administrative Professionals Day.
Clement Avenue students were lucky enough to welcome some very talented seniors this spring at the school's Intergenerational Fair. Woodworking, staining glass, playing harmonica, wood burning and weaving were just some of the skills and talents these amazing seniors shared with the students at Clement Avenue. A special thank you to Debra Jupka, retired MPS principal, for organizing this wonderful event!
Students from Milwaukee Public Schools’ Milwaukee French Immersion School (MFIS) will show off their French singing skills as they perform this weekend at the East Town Association’s Bastille Days in downtown Milwaukee. The MFIS singing performance is set for 11 a.m. Saturday at the Renewal by Andersen Showcase Stage in Cathedral Square Park, located between Jefferson and Jackson streets, Wells Street and Kilbourn Avenue.
The Montessori method is based on the research of Italian physician and educator Maria Montessori (1870-1952), who developed the educational philosophy after scientifically observing children in learning environments. Dr. Montessori found that children have the effortless ability to absorb knowledge from their surroundings and develop confidence by teaching themselves.