Two more Parker graduates will be added to the wall during the school's Distinguished Vikings Ceremony at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, according to a news release from the Janesville School District.
About 50 students walked across the stage at Tuesday's ceremony; more than 90 students were estimated to receive degrees from the two-year university this semester.
Starting with next year's freshmen and sophomores, the Janesville School District will move away from class ranking system.
On Tuesday, Janesville's two-day all-city track meet began with fifth-graders competing in events such as high jump, long jump, relay races and softball throws.
The Darien Board of Trustees explored the possibility of “detaching” from the Delavan-Darien School District—and learned what that process might entail—during its regular meeting Monday night.
Janesville gun shop owners Charity and Chris Endres say they've started to sell more protective, bullet-shielding backpacks this year amid a spate of deadly school shootings.
Chilly, damp weather Sunday morning wasn't the ideal setting for an outdoor graduation ceremony, but some Beloit College graduates were happy to stay outside.
It took Natalie Arriaga five years, but she earned a college degree in international studies, not to mention a Spanish minor and certificate in diversity leadership.
Fifty-one Delavan-Darien School District students have applied to enroll out of the district in the past month, business administrator Anthony Klein told the school board during its meeting Tuesday.
Jill Sorbie, a southeastern Wisconsin native and a longtime educator, on Wednesday stressed a need for transparency in the Delavan-Darien School District.
The Janesville School District’s International Education Program will be restructured for the 2018-19 school year after the school board approved a coordinator position for the program Tuesday night.
Eleven students from Janesville's DECA chapters attended the organization's international competition in Atlanta, Georgia, in April.
The Beloit Turner School District will likely pursue a referendum in November in the wake of its failed April 3 referendum, which was decided by three votes.
District Administrator Jerry Roth said plans for an updated courtyard at Theodore Robinson Intermediate School will be implemented in phases over the course of the next few years.
Whitewater Partners in Communication - Socios en Comunidad is one of the local groups working to break down conversational language barriers between native Spanish and English speakers in the city.
A Williams Bay Middle School student could be suspended and expelled in connection with a "kill list" district officials and police became aware of last week, according to a letter from the superintendent.
Delavan-Darien School Board members held a special meeting Monday night to re-evaluate district Superintendent Bob Crist.
Edgerton Middle School seventh-grader Gracey Ninmer has an unconventional idea of a fun weekend. She recently helped pick up garbage around the Edgerton school campus.
Living in a society where mass school shootings are not uncommon might make parents nervous about sending their children to class, but one woman with kids in Milton schools said the district has done an excellent job dispelling her fears.
At the 109th Wisconsin Parent Teacher Association Convention, a room full of parents and teachers shared one common motto: Every child. One voice.
With about 40 high school girls and women mentors scattered throughout the audience Saturday morning, Perkins calmly told the story of what she calls the worst night of her life.
Participation in a three-year study has led Evansville High School to adopt new methods for substance abuse prevention, said a local health coalition leader.
The Evansville School Board has agreed to add two referendum questions to the November ballot, one of which will seek money for a new middle school.
The Delavan-Darien School Board on Monday voted to close Darien Elementary School at the end of the school year and approved 16 teacher non-renewals.
This year, UW-Whitewater is holding its sesquicentennial celebration—its 150th birthday. Interviews with those who have worked at UW-W emphasize service is still a part of what the university has been and hopes to be.
The new greenhouse at Elkhorn Area High School is up and running, and students are preparing for their grand opening sale, which starts Saturday, May 5.