Wisconsin Education News

November 15, 2019

The Wisconsin Education News is a daily update of education news and events that are taking place around Wisconsin.


Mental Health Help For Students

KAUKAUNA, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) - School and state leaders gathered at the Kaukauna School District Office on Friday to push more mental health services in Outagamie County.

Oregon School District compromising on new SRO agreement

OREGON (WKOW) — Up until November, the Oregon School District didn’t have a school resource officer (SRO). That’s because parents, the school board and the village couldn’t come to an agreement about the role of the officer and the balance between safety and students’ rights.

What problems are showing up in your child's school bus

Every year, Madison Metropolitan School District buses go through thorough inspections to make sure emergency exits, brakes and other crucial components are intact.

Proposed rule change to "Snap" could affect thousands

MADISON, Wis (WMTV) -- A proposed rule change to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) would mean hundreds in our viewing area lose access to free and reduced lunches.

Douglas County schools make the grade

All three districts in Douglas County had passing marks.

Kaukauna lawmaker is pushing plan to address mental health issues in our schools

KAUKAUNA, Wis. (WFRV) A area lawmaker is pushing a plan to help better deal with mental health issues in our schools. It’s a pilot program that would make experts available to school staff as needed.

Local school district report cards released

MHS student manufacturing and design enterprise off to promising start

Along with the many new, innovative concepts birthed by MAPS for the 2019-20 school year, was the launch of the Bluejay Design & Manufacturing (BD&M) Business class.

3 in 4 Wisconsin jobs don't need a 4-year degree. Door Co. is encouraging teens to consider them

Luxemburg-Casco's program launched last year with 33 students. This fall, 133 students are working for school credit around the area. Now, the program's spread to Door County.

Dangers of vaping revealed at Central program

PADDOCK LAKE — Parents need to tell their children about the dangers of vaping, an expert said Wednesday night.

Letter About School Climate from State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor

2020 Middle and High School Principals Convention - February 12-14, 2020

Keynote speaker Jimmy Casas will open the conference on importance of leadership in teaching and Colonel Art Athens will close the conference on The Power of Integrity. In addition, the conference features over twenty pre-conference, roundtable, and concurrent sessions on today’s most pressing issues.