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.
Some Janesville School Board members think the promise of compensation might motivate more people to run for the board.
The Milton School District has decided to close the pool at Milton High School on March 1 because the HVAC system that serves the pool is on the verge of failure.
Rick Mullen, Harvey Smith, Rick Ehle and Mike Pierce will seek two spots on the Milton School Board in April, according to paperwork filed Wednesday.
A village of Darien committee tasked with researching educational options for the village and Darien Elementary could be dissolved, depending on a Delavan-Darien School Board vote in February, a village official says.
The UW-Whitewater-based Lands We Share initiative is collecting the histories of culturally diverse farms across the state and sharing their stories to start conversations.
Following the chancellor's resignation, UW-Whitewater and the UW System will in the coming months have their attention turned to finding who will become the university’s 17th top administrator.
The most difficult way to teach seventh-grade science—or any other subject—is to make the students do it themselves.
UW-Whitewater has a new interim chancellor following the resignation of Beverly Kopper, according to a Friday announcement by UW System President Ray Cross.
A $100,000 donation from Mercyhealth will help Blackhawk Technical College reach its Nancy B. Parker Nursing Scholarship goal.
The Janesville School Board should study the idea of compensating its members, a committee recommended Monday.
UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper announced Monday she will resign after learning the UW System Board of Regents "would like different leadership," but she is also planning to return in a teaching role in the fall.
Juniors in Craig and Parker high schools' internship classes get a closer look at potential careers.
The Janesville School District raised $40,000 in hopes of getting groceries to hundreds of families and senior citizens for winter break. Saturday’s distribution event ran like a “well-oiled machine.”
The Rock County Jail, Blackhawk Technical College and the Southeastern Wisconsin Workforce Development Board worked together to help qualified jail inmates get CNC certificates.
Wisconsin has 1,400 elementary schools, and the Milton School District's Consolidated Elementary is ranked No. 1 for the second consecutive year based on its performance on the state school report cards.
The UW System Board of Regents decided last week to not give UW-Whitewater's chancellor a raise months after her husband was banned from campus for repeated claims of sexual harassment.
David Hataj was named Blackhawk Technical College's 2018 distinguished alumni.
The Janesville School Board heard an update Tuesday on student and school success goals.
It is the second time the district has received the national recognition since the list began in 2011, according to AP District Honor Roll documents.
Of the 1,126 students enrolled at Milton High School, 401 took a survey the school's student council distributed. Results showed overwhelming support for facilities upgrades.
Construction on Beloit Turner’s new elementary school could begin by March 2020, and the district could start moving in during the summer of 2021.
Janesville police acknowledged lunch time driving is a problem, but it’s one without a simple fix.
Nearly 800 UW-Whitewater students are set to graduate at Saturday’s winter commencement ceremony.
A year after filing a sexual harassment complaint, a Delavan-Darien School District employee has raised questions about the district’s handling of her allegations.
State Rep. Don Vruwink, D-Milton, says he will not run for re-election to the Milton School Board this spring.
Parker High School is accepting nominations for its 2018-19 Distinguished Vikings Award.
A Janesville manufacturing company has donated a robot to JC McKenna Middle School in memory of a sick boy who couldn't attend classes.
An Edgerton High School student's parents are suing the school district, claiming it failed to prevent their son from injuring himself during a psychology class in which he was blindfolded.
After a heated discussion Monday, the Milton School Board directed school district officials to draft a $59.96 million capital referendum resolution to potentially present to voters in spring.
Some Walworth County schools were closed Monday because of weather and road conditions.
After a Veterans Day filled with thanks, the veterans coordinator at UW-Whitewater asks that people turn those words into action.
Adams Elementary School kindergartners expressed thanks for family, friends, teachers and Aunt Cheri's marshmallow salad, among other things.
Blackhawk Technical College has established a student food pantry.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instructions school report cards were released Tuesday.
Blackhawk Technical College's highly rated nursing program is getting an boost from a newly established scholarship fund, and the community is getting a boost from its graduates.
On Tuesday night, voters approved two referendums that could chart a new future for the Delavan-Darien School District.
The Milton School District's strategic planning committee picked a facilities referendum plan to present to the school board at its next meeting Monday, though the plan won’t receive final approval until at least Nov. 26.