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BBES earns an Exceeds Expectatons on the state report card!
Section scores at the highest level on newest state report cards - "Significantly Exceeds Expectations"
Congratulations to Elizabeth Nuccio on her nomination for the Trailblazer Spirit Award from the Institute for Personalized Learning. The award recognizes recipients who are transforming education and sharing what they are learning with others. Congratulations to Elizabeth for being nominated for this award.
Section Elementary is honored to receive notice that our IPLC program has been nominated for the Trailblazer Spirit Award from the Institute for Personalized Learning. The award recognizes recipients who are transforming education and sharing what they are learning with others. Congratulations to our IPLC program on being nominated for this award. .
RHES Student Council Raises $3900 for Adopt-a-Family
Student Council raised over $3900 to buy gifts for families in need. Thank you to all who contributed!
Cans, Bottles, Paper, Cardboard (lbs) Week 1: 260 pounds, Week 2: 46 pounds, Week 3: 54 pounds, Week 4: 65 pounds = Total 425 pounds Other materials Week 1: Compost 31 pounds, Week 2: Compost 42 pounds, Week 3: Compost 55 pounds, Week 4: Compost 43 pounds = Total 171 pounds
Trick or Treat for Unicef
Way to go Eagleville students! Congratulations on collecting $500 for Trick or Treat for Unicef.
Eagleville's Annual Walk-A-Thon
Way to go Eagleville! We raised over $4,800 for the Walk-a-thon.
PVES Harvest Fest
This year's Harvest Fest raised over $5,000!
RHES PTO Raises over $6000 for our Playground
PTO's Pledge for our Playground raised over $6,000 for new equipment! Thank you!
RHES Thanks for Grandparent Lunch Week
Thanks to our 550+ visitors who joined us for over 2,000 hot lunches!
Congratulations to Julie Kastello and the Book Fair committee for another successful book fair. All proceeds will continue to support library programs in which all out students benefit from.
PVMS has been named a Bronze Wisconsin School Health Award winner from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
PVMS has been recognized for the third consecutive year as a PBIS School of Merit!
Prairie View Elementary School is the first elementary Best Buddies chapter in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin RtI Center as a School of Merit in Reading for their work accomplished through the implementation of a culturally responsive multi-level system of support.
CES 2nd Place @ State Speech Contest
Congratulations to Aoife who placed 2nd in the State School Speech contest! Way to go!
Congratulations to our Staff Service Award winners, Nancy, Kevin, Debbie, Sara, and our volunteers Mike and Donna! They each did an excellent job representing our school and what we're about! Thank you to all who were able to take time away from your families and other events to support our colleagues during this very special event.
Rotary Teacher of the Month! Kevin did an outstanding job representing our school and presented a great discussion about how he and his teammates are improving writing instruction. The Rotarians were very appreciative and spoke highly of his presentation. Great job, Kevin
Mrs. Charli Kuehl has been selected as the recipient for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7221 Educational Teacher Recognition Award for 2015-2016.
Prairie View was recognized with the DPI School of High Progress Award for the 2016-2017 school year. This is the fourth consecutive year we have won this honor.
Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 5000 W. National Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53295 Dear Students, On behalf of the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center patients and staff, we would like to extend our appreciation to you for your donation of Thank You letters for Veterans. It touches our Veterans hearts to know that they are thought of and remembered for the sacrifices they have made. Without your support, we could not provide for the smaller niceties that make hospitalization more bearable. The commitment you have shown to our patients demonstrates your concern for America's heroes, as well as the service our Veterans have given to our Country. Thank you for your continued support. Sincerely, Carrie Waschitz Chief, Voluntary Service
With the help some very dedicated parent volunteers as well as generous donations, Eagleville students were able to plant their first phase of the butterfly garden. The garden is being used to release monarch butterflies that the science clubs are raising in the classrooms and then tagging for tracking purposes. The classrooms each have four or five monarch butterfly caterpillars. The students feed caterpillars milk weed leaves until they form chrysalises. When the butterflies emerge, they are tagged and released.
In cooperation with the Eagleville PTO Spanish Team, the Eagleville learning community continues to collect monetary donations to purchase solar lanterns and water filtration systems for their sister school in Guatamala. Contact Eagleville at 262-363-6258 if you care to donate to this outreach program.
The winter break starts on Dec. 23rd. School resumes on Tuesday, January 3rd.
The Mukwonago Area School District continues to perform among top districts in Wisconsin!
MOVING MUKWONAGO FORWARD
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