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Wisconsin Education Association Council honors Nicolet teacher

Kristin Susedik reaches highest achievement in profession The Wisconsin Education Association Council, the state’s largest professional organization for teachers, is honoring members who in 2015 have achieved the highest recognition of...

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K4/Junior Kindergarten registration begins January 14

Beginning Jan. 14, registration for Junior Kindergarten for the Maple Dale – Indian Hill School District will be held from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm at Indian Hill School, 1101...

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Darling Visits Fox Point-Bayside school

Letter to the editor from State Senator Alberta Darling Thank you to everyone at the Fox Point-Bayside School District for making my recent visit such a joy. I am incredibly...

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Nicolet High School presents To Kill a Mockingbird

Nicolet High School will present its fall play, To Kill a Mockingbird, November 12-15 at the Nicolet High School Auditorium, 6701 N Jean Nicolet Rd., Glendale. “Following the success of Hairspray...

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See the World Up Close Without Leaving Home - Host with YFU USA!

Welcome an international son or daughter into your home and learn just how amazing your ordinary life can be to your new student. Get started on your greatest journey yet,...

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BBB Tip: Back-to-School Shopping Shouldn’t Break the Bank

“Back-to-school” specials now run all summer long and, while kids may not want to think about summer’s end, smart parents can take advantage of all the deals to save money...

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There's Still Time To Register For Camp at the Hills!

The Nicolet Recreation Department continues to provide an exciting summer camp experience for K4-6th graders from June 15 – July 31! In addition to our regular five-week program, we...

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John Hayes put on Berea College Dean's List

Berea College Academic Services CPO Box 2205 Berea, KY 40404 (859) 985-3237 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 6/04/15 Whitefish Bay, WI resident named to Berea College Dean’s List Berea, Ky. – Whitefish Bay resident John Hayes has been...

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UW - Oshkosh delivers electrifying speech on common core

University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh English professor Duke Pesta delivers an excellent speech on the reality of the common core curriculum currently being foisted upon America's public school students....

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Area German Students "Sehr gut" at Contest

Area German students excelled at the recent American Association of Teachers of German Wisconsin State Pronunciation contest, earning 21 of the 51 medals awarded at this year's competition. Held...

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Education Foundation of Brown Deer Awards over $15,000 in Mini-grants

The Education Foundation of Brown Deer is pleased to announce that it has funded its first round of staff mini-grants. The Foundation was able to fund 13 grant requests...

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Band Together Concert Fundraiser to feature UW-Madison Marching Band

WHAT: Band Together Concert Fundraiser Featuring the UW-Madison Marching Band WHEN: Saturday, March 7, 2015 Doors open at 1:00 p.m. Concert begins...

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Concordia University Creates New Position to Help Veterans Achieve Education Goals

Concordia University recently announced the promotion of Eduardo Garza, U.S. Navy veteran, to Director of Veteran Services, a new position at the University. This title is part of a recently...

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Nicolet High School Parent 101 for Incoming 9th grade parents

PARENT 101: Academic Planning for High School, January 28th at 6:00PM in the Nicolet Theatre/Auditorium Parents of incoming 9th grade students are encouraged to attend this presentation given by the Nicolet...

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Junior Kindergarten Registration begins Jan. 7

Beginning Jan. 7, registration for Junior Kindergarten for the Maple Dale – Indian Hill School District will be held from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm at Indian Hill School, 1101...

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Dominican Freshmen Aid the House of Peace

As part of Dominican High School's freshmen retreat, students assisted the Capuchin ministry, House of Peace, in its food pantry and clothing closet. The House of Peace has been serving...

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Alverno College Course Will Visit Places of the Holocaust

Alverno College is offering a four-credit travel course to the places of the Holocaust. The class, which begins in January, will culminate in a trip to Lithuania, Poland and the...

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Nicolet Rec. Dept. Upcoming Programs

The Nicolet Recreation Department offers the following upcoming programs Toddlers * Toddler/Preschool Art * Parent/Tot Gymnastics * Fingerpainting Frenzy Youth * Chess * Chess Club at Maple Dale * Chess Club at Stormonth * Girls Basketball Clinic * Jazzercise Team...

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Nicolet Rec. Dept: Register for Flag Football

Don’t forget to register for the 2014 Flag Football season! This co-ed 7 vs. 7 program for 1st - 4th graders focuses on teaching the basics of football while...

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Back to School Can be Tough for Students with Mental Health Challenges - New Online Resources from Rogers InHealth Aim to Help

MILWAUKEE, Wis. – For students facing mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and bi-polar, the stresses and challenges of a new school year can be magnified if they...

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Community Watch

» Cedarburg girls basketball team beats Homestead, ties for NSC lead 2/6

» Whitefish Bay boys basketball team rallies past Nicolet, 79-74 2/5

» Meet and greet the Mequon-Thiensville School Board candidates Feb. 10 2/5

» Video: DOT proposes 'Michigan left' intersection at Brown Deer, Green Bay roads Updated:  2/5

» Young Brown Deer boys fearless in face of intense schedule 2/3

» Police situation closes I-43 ramp 2/3

» Area swim teams perform well at State Small Schools 2/3

» Master Greg Chay talks discipline, respect at new Mequon Chay's Tae Kwon Do location 2/3

» Glendale hotel could be flipped into apartment complex 2/3

» Revamped Chekouras tourney a tribute to late Homestead basketball coach 2/3

» Brown Deer boys basketball team knock off unbeaten Eisenhower 2/3

» Shorewood girls basketball team roars past Tosa West, keeps Woodland lead 2/3

» Homestead hockey team races to NSC title 2/3

» SPORTS SHORTS: Feb. 4 2/3

» North Shore Kids Expo connects families with activities 2/3

» Homestead girls basketball team beats Gerrmantown, tightens NSC 2/2

» County Board Chair Lipscomb claims 43 parks in danger of being sold 2/2

» Homestead High School threat suspect reportedly no longer in Mequon-Thiensville district 2/2

» Video: Shorewood will present 'American Idiot' musical based on Green Day album 2/1

» Updated rankings of area prep boys and girls basketball teams and players 2/1

» Positive and uplifting stories in suburban Milwaukee and Lake Country in January 2/1

» Rumage Around column: Classmates help bring more color to boy with color blindness Updated:  2/1

» Brown Deer hands Eisenhower first loss in 3 OTs, 102-99 1/30

» Gerhards Kitchen and Bath coming to Whitefish Bay Updated:  1/29

» Raw video: Driver runs over 36 parking meters in Whitefish Bay Updated:  1/29

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