Lakewood School families got the red carpet treatment when they arrived at Open House Thursday. Students were the celebrities as they entered the building and took part in a photo shoot.
Red Carpet Welcomes are catching on at schools throughout the nation. Another such event is planned at Randall School Tuesday. Randall administrator John Gendron said students there will walk down the red carpet, lined by staff members who will serve as “fans.”
Jacob Hebior, Shane McNealy and Melissa Capra all had top-five finishes in their respective races to lead the Central cross country program in the Menomonee Falls Grade Level Challenge on Thursday afternoon at Rotary Park.
“Great first race for us as both teams ran faster than we did a year ago on the same course,” Central coach Keith Olsen said. “We show signs of having some very strong front running potential with quite a bit of depth to complement it.
There has been a lot of talk about homelessness in Kenosha lately. Megan Jekot wants that talk to become a conversation.
Like the conversation with 20-year-old Talevikin Peebles, whose family dynamics have rendered him homeless for the past four months.
The stock market is up dramatically compared with a few years ago.
The county unemployment rate is down significantly, from nearly 11 percent in 2010 to 7.1 percent last month.
How did we get here?
September is about to start, which means we’re focused on getting back to school, getting back to healthier eating (that means not counting a strawberry-topped funnel cake as a fruit serving) and getting back to non-summer pursuits such as housework.