School board members Karen Hall, Mike Pierce and Brian Kvapil and the school district's legal counsel confirmed the investigation began Tuesday.
The Milton School District announced Monday it will no longer be part of a marketing contract that a trio of Milton entities entered with the Janesville Area Visitors and Convention Bureau.
An energy company seeking land in the town of Darien for a possible 250-megawatt solar farm also is targeting landowners in the town of Bradford, a project consultant said Monday.
The 2019 version of Craig High School's Madison Seminar is one of the largest in the program's history.
When Craig and Parker Washington Seminar participants are in D.C. for their week of field research they will be interviewed and their opinions will be included in a report to Congress initiated by then-President Barack Obama on Dec. 23, 2016.
Blackhawk Technical College’s courses and degrees always have evolved as jobs have changed, but now the pace has accelerated.
A group of Craig High School students learned about competitive floral arranging Sunday.
The Milton Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has unanimously endorsed the Milton School District $59.9 million referendum.
When she returns to the classroom in fall, former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper will earn nearly 50 percent more in salary than the chairwoman of the department where she'll teach.
After more than an hour of discussion, the Janesville School Board approved changes to the district's music program, effectively eliminating fifth-grade band and orchestra. District officials insist the program is not going away and is merely moving to sixth grade.
Darien Elementary School will reopen next school year under an elementary school realignment approved by the Delavan-Darien School Board, ending months of speculation about the school's future.
The Janesville School District’s four-year graduation rate fell 1 percentage point during the 2017-18 school year, meaning slightly fewer students received diplomas in the traditional four-year schedule.
The Milton School Board voted unanimously Monday night to hire a firm to investigate allegations that $30,500 in stipends were given to district employees without school board approval.
The UW System on Monday released a work plan for former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper, who is set to teach four classes each semester of the 2019-20 school year as a tenured psychology professor.
The future of the Janesville School District’s fifth-grade band and orchestra programs will be up for discussion when the school board meets Tuesday.
Two Milton School Board members say they’re concerned $30,500 in stipends are being handed to district employees without approval of the school board.
Milton High School is one of 887 schools nationwide to be designated by nonprofit Next Gen Personal Finance as a "gold standard" school for personal finance education.
The Janesville School Board will vote Tuesday on a plan to make up for a record number of snow days this school year.
The Evansville School District will not add a school resource officer next year, despite some previous discussion about doing so.
The Janesville district, like most others in Rock and Walworth counties, has racked up six snow days as of Thursday. With the National Weather Service predicting a frigid Friday morning, it’s possible Friday could be a snow day, too.
The Milton School Board will not hold an emergency meeting this weekend despite a request from a board member.
Janesville's drop in student enrollment matches local and state demographic trends.
The UW-Whitewater Chancellor Search and Screen Committee invites the public to a community listening session from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the Innovation Center atrium, 1221 Innovation Drive, Whitewater.
Tiffany Schutt was appointed to a vacant Delavan-Darien School Board seat Tuesday night after the board interviewed her and another candidate in open session.
Schools, clubs, athletic programs, early-childhood programs, and preschool classes at Adams, Jackson, Jefferson, Madison, Washington and Wilson elementary schools will be closed Tuesday because of extreme cold, according to an alert sent out Monday night.
The Diversity Action Team of Rock County to present a panel discussion on school discipline on Feb. 21 at Craig High School.
The Janesville School District's food service manager has noted recent changes in school lunch regulations. However, he doesn't plan to make many changes locally.
The UW-Whitewater Chancellor Search and Screen Committee will holding listening sessions Monday for various campus constituencies.
The Janesville School District is among many area districts that have canceled classes Wednesday because of the snow.
The new wellness committee will explore ways to encourage healthy eating, physical activity and overall wellness.
An 11-member search and screen committee will help pick the new UW-Whitewater chancellor, according to a news release from the University of Wisconsin System.
Three candidates, including one incumbent, are running for two open seats on the Whitewater School Board.
The district wants 90 percent of third graders to read at grade level by the end of the year. That goal is more complicated that it might at first seem.
A recent basketball promotional event was the latest iteration of an effort from UW-Whitewater to lay more roots in the most populous nearby city, Janesville.
Four candidates, including two incumbents, seek three open seats on Delavan-Darien School Board after board member Monica Los resigned last year.
In a special meeting Thursday night, Delavan-Darien School Board members voted to part ways with Ronald Sandoval, the of head of the district's dual language program, at the end of the school year.
New rankings from U.S. News & World Report have UW-Whitewater near the top in national and state rankings for online programs.
An incumbent and two challengers are running for two open seats on the Clinton School Board after board member Tom Howard chose not to seek re-election.
Four-year-old Isaac Johnson was diagnosed with high-risk stage 4 neuroblastoma in March 2017. His courage inspired Craig High School students to raise $10,000 for his treatment.
The school board Monday unanimously approved placing a $59.9 million referendum on the ballot at a packed meeting that drew at least 50 people.
Board Clerk Steve Huth and board Vice President Cathy Myers stressed doing the study doesn’t necessarily mean the district will eventually start paying board members.
The pending closure of Milton High School's 55-year-old pool is not a ploy to pass a referendum, district officials say.
The Milton School District no longer has interest in the park because administrators think the planned Midwest Tennis Center facility could provide the district more cost-effective tennis court space.
The Milton School District has begun testing Raptor ID, a visitor identification management system. It will be fully implemented Jan. 22.
In a couple of weeks, coding work done by Craig and Parker high school students will be circling the Earth.
After nearly two years of consideration, the Clinton School Board unanimously approved placing a sweeping facilities referendum on the April 2 ballot Wednesday night.