Elevate, a new program at Craig High School, pairs businesses with students for problem-solving and market development.
A Janesville School Board committee would like to see more consistency in cellphone use policies.
High school officials say the switch will benefit both teachers and students.
Every year, the Janesville Fire Department makes an effort provide educational programs to day cares and schools.
JP Cullen's Construction Career Fair is an annual event designed to introduce high school students to the benefits of careers in the trades.
The Whitewater School Board aims to find an interim replacement for Superintendent Mark Elworthy by the time he leaves in about two weeks, the board’s president said Thursday.
Janesville's overall school enrollment has dropped, but kindergarten enrollment and open-enrollment numbers are up.
More UW-Whitewater students are going to crisis counseling appointments in the last six school years, and more are sharing suicidal thoughts and urges. An exhibit Tuesday tried to draw attention to suicide on campus.
Whitewater School District Superintendent Mark Elworthy was named the interim superintendent for the St. Francis School District, according to a press release Tuesday from the district south of Milwaukee.
Parker High School doesn't want rain to ruin its homecoming parade, so school officials have changed the date.
A bullying incident at Parker High School has prompted the president of an anti-bullying group to renew her call for a city ordinance.
Art education helps students with the higher thinking skills that they need for almost every other subject.
Manufacturing Days is a once-a-year, two-day immersion Blackhawk Technical College uses to try to kindle high school student interest in manufacturing careers.
The aquaponics class teaches students about sustainability by using the school district's new lab, which is up and running this year.
Representatives from College Goal WI will lead a free financial aid workshop Monday, Oct. 7, for Janesville-area high school seniors who want to attend college in fall 2020.
UW-Whitewater said 73 students live in dorms on the Whitewater campus and attend classes on the Rock County campus. Students said the free shuttle service saves them money and lets them be with friends.
A big part of 4- and 5-year-old kindergarten is learning how to get along and how rules in school are different from those at home.
The Boys & Girls Club of Janesville has started a new site at Jackson Elementary School.
Some of Edgerton High School's "freshmen" are quite a bit younger this year. That's because the high school is housing six kindergarten classrooms.
Elementary school students in the district switched to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) this year to bring back an emphasis on science.
It's unprecedented in higher education: Blackhawk Technical College's enrollment will go up, not down, as the semester goes on.
The underlying principles of kindergarten math include grasping the "fiveness" of five. And no, that is not a Zen riddle.
One administrator said supporting teachers, who are taking on more and more to care for their students, is “a real critical mission” for the Whitewater School District. Still, teachers say burnout is real.
Evansville Superintendent Jerry Roth and high school Principal Jason Knott spoke to about 20 residents Thursday about the district's plans to educate students, faculty and the community about sexual misconduct and harassment.
The Janesville School District's high schools' grading policies continue to evolve.
Schools hope rules regarding cellphones can teach students the proper way to use the devices in educational and professional settings.
The Whitewater School Board filled a vacancy Monday night with a man who grew up in the city, now works at UW-Whitewater and said he can serve as a liaison for the Latino community.
A top Milton School District administrator who resigned in June is now working for a company owned by a Milton School Board member's husband.
This year, the Whitewater School District has added a handful of mental health professionals. Here are what those positions do and how they will have a “very large" mental health impact, as one administrator said.
The Janesville School Board passed the tentative 2019-20 budget on Tuesday.
Two local high school students are semifinalists in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Drop-off and pick-up times at Janesville's elementary schools continue to be a safety issue. School officials urge parents to slow down and obey the rules when driving on school grounds.
A former Milton superintendent who left after investigations into his conduct back in 2012 was fired Wednesday from the Fall River School District for reasons that were not immediately clear.
Some Evansville residents got together Thursday night to discuss allegations of sexual misconduct among high school students, but exactly what that conduct might be was not mentioned.
The change is the result of first-year payments on the district's $59.9 million referendum, Interim Superintendent Richard Dahman said.
Thomas Titus resigned from his position in August. The term to be filled runs until April.
Former UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper is not teaching psychology courses on campus this fall as planned and instead is on paid leave, a university spokesman said Tuesday.
Implementing block scheduling for math and English has increased scores on state standardized tests for Milton Middle School students, school Principal Matt Biederwolf said.
Wednesday night's event featured the latest proposed designs for the building and answered questions about the project.
Richard Dahman believes the Milton School District's controversies are in the past and the school district is poised for a fresh start.
Janesville School District residents would see their school tax rate decrease by nearly 5% if the school board approves a preliminary budget.
The auditor found no misuse of district funds, but she recommended district officials should change the way they use the word 'stipend.'
UW-Whitewater has seen enrollment decline again, several top administrators leave and a new campus join the institution. The new chancellor answers questions on those topics and more.
You might see him walking through campus at night. If you’re in his office, you might see a lot of masks. Dwight Watson, UW-Whitewater’s new chancellor, knows he might not fit in—but that’s kind of the point.
Increasingly more students are pursuing dual-credit courses, which offer both high school and college credits. But the qualifications for teaching such classes have changed.