Jessica Doyle visits Janesville

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Gazette staff
Monday, January 7, 2008
— Jessica Doyle, the wife of Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle, was scheduled to visit three public schools in Janesville today.

At 1:30 p.m., Doyle was to deliver a prize in the Where in Wisconsin is Jessica Doyle? geography game at Adams Elementary School.

Doyle will award a prize to a fourth-grader who correctly identified the mystery city by researching three clues found on her Web site. The game allows fourth- through eighth-grade students to learn more about their home state and win weekly prizes. More information and game clues can be found at http://whereisjessica.wi.gov.

Doyle, a former public school teacher, was scheduled to speak at 2:15 p.m. at Craig High School to ninth-graders who have signed the Wisconsin Covenant.

The Wisconsin Covenant is a promise to all students that if they work hard and make the grade, the state will assure a place in a Wisconsin institution of higher education and a financial aid package based on family need to make it affordable.

For more about the Wisconsin Covenant, visit http://wisconsincovenant.wi.gov.

Last updated: 2:55 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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