Kindergartners celebrate literacy through bedtime stories
Menomonee Falls - Willow Springs Learning Center students in the 4-year-old kindergarten program celebrate on Feb. 16, the 12th annual Bedtime Story Time - Literacy Night at their school, W220 N6660 Town Line Road, Menomonee Falls. Morning students and their families are invited to come at 6 p.m., and afternoon students and their families are invited at 7:10.
Bedtime Story Time is an interactive family night where students and families come back to school in their pajamas and listen to read-aloud stories and nursery rhymes as well as watch a special performance. Students receive a special keepsake and create a take-home project as a remembrance.
Templeton students advance in National History Bee
Sussex - Templeton Middle School seventh-graders Sean Durian and Dominic Pino advanced to regional competition of the National History Bee.
New this year, the National History Bee is a competition open to middle and high school students. All Templeton students participated in the Intramural Bee by taking an 80-question, multiple-choice written test that covered U.S., world and modern history topics. Because Durian and Pino had the top-two highest school scores, they competed in an online competition and qualified to advance to the National History Regional Bee slated for March 15 at Marshall Middle School. From there, the top student advances to national championships in Washington, D.C., on April 21 and 22.
WisDOT to answer questions on Donges Bay Road reconstruction
Germantown - The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will hold a meeting Feb. 8 to discuss the proposal to reconstruct the Donges Bay Road and WIS 145 intersection. Project options, including a signal and roundabout design, will be presented. The intersection warrants reconstruction to handle future traffic demands from development north and east of the intersection. The meeting will be held at 5 p.m. in the Community Meeting Room, Germantown Community Library, W16957 Mequon Rd, Germantown.
If you have any questions or concerns that may assist in the development of this project, you are encourage you to attend the meeting.
Germantown School District sending out community survey
Germantown - On Feb. 3, Germantown School will ask the community for feedback as part of the community survey. All community members are encouraged to participate by responding online using the survey code or mailing their completed hard copy directly to School Perceptions in Grafton.
The survey will remain open through February 19.
Washington County reminder to get children immunized
All recommended immunizations are available to children, 18 years and younger, at no charge. Parents are required to bring previous immunization records to appointments and must accompany children younger than 18.
To schedule an appointment, call (262) 335-4462 and press "0" for the receptionist, or call toll free (800) 616-0446.
The Washington County Health Department is located in the Public Agency Center, at 333 East Washington St., in West Bend. For your convenience, parking is available off Indiana Avenue.
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