In its preliminary 2018-19 budget, the Delavan-Darien School District is projecting a 34 percent cut in spending from last year and 4.6 percent less in state aid.
On Monday, the Janesville City Council will vote on a proposed anti-bullying ordinance after complaints from some that the Janesville School District's approach isn't working. District officials answered questions about its bullying policies and curriculum.
Additional police officers were on hand at Marshall Middle School on Wednesday morning.
The Milton School District Strategic Planning Committee decided Tuesday to explore two more possible facility solutions—neither of which calls for a new high school.
A state senator Tuesday called on UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper to resign, and the UW System said it has opened a new investigation into sexual harassment allegations against her husband.
A Whitewater City Council member is calling on UW-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper to resign, saying the chancellor’s husband sexually harassed her and others.
If a referendum passes in November, JC McKenna Middle School will be replaced by a new middle school on the same site.
A Janesville shelter that works to change the lives of homeless young men has room for more.
The state of Wisconsin has 21 observance days. The Janesville School Board would like to add another to honor Wisconsin's indigenous peoples.
The husband of the UW-Whitewater chancellor is banned from the school’s campuses and events after an investigation found he had sexually harassed female employees.
Preliminary enrollment for the 2018-19 school year in the Delavan-Darien School District is down but “better than expected,” officials say.
Wilson Elementary School went on a brief, soft lockdown Thursday because of a report of an armed person in the area.
Public opinion on how the Milton School District should address facilities needs still varies widely after two failed referendums.
The Friends of the Milton Pool group will continue its fundraising efforts for a new pool despite a recent coaching change for the girls swim team.
A proposed resolution would add Indigenous People's Day to the list of required observances.
Wednesday's workshop is the first of two community events planned by the district's strategic planning committee. It is open to the public.
The local results from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey echo those found in statewide.
Sheila Price, former director of nutritional services and girls swim coach for the Milton School District, resigned from both positions Tuesday after allegations of district policy violations.
The Walworth County Fair has always made an effort to include kid-friendly programming, but this is the first time the fair board has committed to featuring a grandstand show for kids.
The Milton School Board on Monday laid out five potential tax impact plans for a capital referendum varying from $40 to $80 million.
The Janesville School District will offer a free school breakfast program and national school lunch program for the 2018-19 school year.
A new program coming to area schools aims to prevent adding stress to kids who have been exposed to trauma, said Shari Faber, project coordinator for Janesville Mobilizing 4 Change.
In response to a public outcry over a shuttered elementary school, the Darien Village Board on Thursday approved an advisory referendum that asks voters if a committee should explore severing ties with the Delavan-Darien School District.
On Wednesday, teachers from seven Janesville elementary schools went on before-school home visits with the goal of meeting as many of their students as possible.
Vicky Barquero says the new school year will be challenging in the Delavan-Darien School District.
Jerry Schuetz, former director of school safety and communications, is now the director of administrative operations. Chris Tukiendorf, formerly human resources supervisor, is now human resources director.
The Milton School Board's Strategic Planning Committee will meet Thursday to explore facility upgrades for the school district, but without Brian Kvapil at the helm.
Janesville School District officials hope a new position will help deal with attendance and disciplinary issues at two elementary schools.
Dianne Moller and a flock of supporters are planning a Sept. 29 fundraiser to celebrate the raptor rehabilitation center's 20th anniversary.
The Whitewater School Board on Monday approved adding a referendum to the November ballot, asking voters for permission to exceed revenue limits to preserve programs and class sizes.
Janesville School District residents could see their taxes go up 2.9 percent for the 2018-19 school year.
Delavan-Darien School District residents will have the chance to vote on a four-year, $2.8 million operational referendum Nov. 6 after the school board approved the referendum resolution Monday night, just months after a $3.5 million referendum failed in April.
The Edgerton School Board voted unanimously Monday night to include two referendum questions on the November ballot.
It’s official. The Beloit Turner School Board approved a one-question facilities referendum in a 6-1 vote at Monday night’s meeting.
Mary Christensen is the new coordinator for the Janesville International Education Program. The Gazette sat down to talk with her about her new job.
The Whitewater School District is part of a Zero Suicide group aiming to strengthen suicide prevention efforts in the district and beyond.
The Milton School District's Strategic Planning Committee of the Full Board will ask for community input this fall on a future referendum via two workshops scheduled tentatively for October and November.
UW-Whitewater officials have announced plans for a developer to break ground on a hotel and university “community engagement center” by this fall.
This fall, all Janesville School District elementary school kids will be offered free breakfast.
Janesville residents interested in serving on the Janesville School Board have until Aug. 22 to apply for the post.
Beloit Turner School Board members finalized the cost of a November facilities referendum at a special meeting Monday night, but some clashed about how to place the question on the ballot.
In the primaries, candidates have pointedly used Gov. Scott Walker's home district as the posterchild for school funding.
Brodhead has been awarded $500,000 to help build a new senior center, but it's not yet clear whether the center will be built.