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Menomonee Falls High School Students help North Middle School Students Manage their Finances

On Tuesday, November 18, 8th grade students from Menomonee Falls North Middle School experienced JA Finance Park at the Junior Achievement (JA) Kohl’s Education Center in Milwaukee, with the unique...

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Milwaukee Montessori School’s Robotics Team Wins Awards

Teamwork, attitude, and hard work make a difference Milwaukee Montessori School (MMS), a private independent day school, announces that its Robotics Team of 10 students, 4th - 8th graders, competed and...

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Germantown High School Honors the September Students of the Month

On Thursday, October 30 Germantown High School recognized eleven students for the September "Student of the Month" initiative and breakfast. These students were nominated by a teacher in one of...

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Mayor Ponto Declares "DECA Week"

November 5, 2015 – Brookfield Central DECA Officers Olivia Walleser (’15), Julia Thistle (’15), Brad Bartelt (’15) and David Nemcek (’15) met with Brookfield Mayor Steve Ponto to receive his...

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Mayor Ponto Declares "DECA Week"

November 5, 2015 – Brookfield Central DECA Officers Olivia Walleser (’15), Julia Thistle (’15), Brad Bartelt (’15) and David Nemcek (’15) met with Brookfield Mayor Steve Ponto to receive his...

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Mayor Ponto Declares "DECA Week"

November 5, 2015 – Brookfield Central DECA Officers Olivia Walleser (’15), Julia Thistle (’15), Brad Bartelt (’15) and David Nemcek (’15) met with Brookfield Mayor Steve Ponto to receive his...

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DECA & FBLA Trick or Can to Fight Hunger

Brookfield Central DECA and Brookfield East FBLA banded together on Halloween to help fight hunger. Both organizations prepare students for careers in business. Trick or Can is a statewide initiative put...

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Hamilton marching band completes successful season

Hamilton High School Charger Marching Band finished one of its most successful seasons in memory by placing third out of nine bands in class AAAA at the Wisconsin School Music...

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Hamilton students recognized in NMSC competition

Five Hamilton High School seniors learned recently that they were named in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. Eligibility for the distinction is based on results of the 2013 Preliminary...

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4-year-old kindergartners participate in Harvest Parade

Students in the Hamilton School District’s 4-year-old kindergarten program will celebrate student learning and accomplishments Oct. 23. Activities include a story time presented by Willow Springs staff, decorating pumpkin-shaped cookies and...

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Hamilton National Honor Society to sponsor blood drive

The Hamilton National Honor Society (NHS) will sponsor a Blood Drive Nov. 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Hamilton High School Cafeteria. The date is an early...

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Hamilton announces September students of the month

Hamilton High School students representing 11 curriculum areas were selected as students of the month for September. They are: •Ryan Boehler, applied engineering and technology; •Kiley Goodenow and Jesse Fuerst, art; •Natalie Hagenow,...

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Woodside celebrates Red Ribbon Week

Woodside Elementary School students will celebrate Red Ribbon Week with several activities that occur Oct. 20-23. The week is a nationally recognized event that highlights the fight against drugs. School counselor...

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Hamilton drama presents “And Then There Were None”

Hamilton High School Drama invites community members to attend “And Then There Were None” a murder mystery by Agatha Christie Oct. 16-19 at the Hamilton Fine Arts Center (HFAC). Shows...

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2nd Annual Catholic Schools Walk- Approximately 9,000 Expected to “Step Out” for an Education You Can Have Faith In

The 2nd Annual “Soles for Catholic Education” Walk is taking stride. This year’s two-mile walk will be held on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 10 a.m. at Mount Mary University....

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Maple Avenue to celebrate Red Ribbon Week

With the help of its Uniting Kids and Community (UKC) Program, Maple Avenue Elementary School will celebrate Red Ribbon Week and launch its community service project Oct. 20-31. Red Ribbon...

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HEF to host Charger Challenge: Santa Edition Dec. 6

The Hamilton Education Foundation (HEF) is excited to announce Charger Challenge: Santa Edition, a family-fun fundraiser to be held Saturday, Dec. 6 at 9 a.m. Promising to be an outstanding community...

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Hamilton one of only five K-12 school

Wisconsin School Report Card data were released Sept. 16, and the Hamilton School District’s performance once again was among the highest in the state. Hamilton was one of only five...

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Germantown Powder Puff 2014

On Wednesday night, September 24, 2014,the "6th Annual School Sponsored Powder Puff Football Game" was held at Datka Stadium. In the semi-final games, the Seniors defeated the Freshmen, 12-0...

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Hamilton again on Newsweek’s “Best High Schools” list

For the third consecutive year, Hamilton High School was named to Newsweek Magazine’s “America’s Best High School” list for 2014. The ranking highlights the best 500 public high schools in...

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Community Watch

» Firm drops Germantown plan; work on village-financed business park continues Updated:  11/21

» Fast start propels Catholic Memorial past Menomonee Falls in girls basketball opener 11/20

» Trustee Lemmer explains Kwik Trip vote 11/19

» UberDork Cafe opens in Falls 11/19

» Menomonee Falls approves Kwik Trip plans 11/18

» Menomonee Falls approves flat tax rate for 2015 11/18

» Taxpayers could see small increase to village taxes 11/17

» Germantown moves forward with fire department referendum for 2015 11/17

» CMH earns "Top Performer" recognition 11/17

» Paul Farrow announces for Waukesha County executive 11/14

» Menomonee Falls School Board lobbies for funding, local control 11/13

» Vrakas to retire as Waukesha County exec, sparking likely GOP tussle Updated:  11/13

» Graham's memory honored with fundraising party for childhood cancer 11/13

» Fundraising party for childhood cancer honors Graham's memory 11/12

» Waukesha County keeps taxes flat in 2015 budget 11/12

» Brandtjen opts to retain seat on Waukesha County Board 11/12

» Quest Specialty Coatings challenges OSHA findings 11/12

» Icahn sells Germantown building for $9.3 million 11/12

» Beer Garden proposal prompts need for long-term plans for downtown Germantown 11/10

» Suburban roundup: Week three of the WIAA football postseason 11/10

» Rep. Knodl becomes assistant majority leader 11/7

» Germantown girls volleyball team dominates Merrill in state quarters 11/6

» Menomonee Falls board to review Kwik Trip plans 11/6

» Plan Commission denies plans, maintains rural character of the area 11/6

» Election roundup: How the Milwaukee suburbs and Lake Country voted Updated:  11/5

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