This list, courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, highlights some of the most accomplished people who have studied there.
Here are the Onalaska High School students of the month for November:
Like they have for more than 25 years now, students with the School District of La Crosse worked to make a series of pumpkin pies to donate to a community Thanksgiving dinner.
"When you’ve been in business that long, of course there’s a chance that there will be an experience or two where the customer isn’t quite happy," the search committee chair said of the hired firm.
The La Crosse School District is dealing with another threatening message, but this one didn’t shut down school.
The 26th running of UW-La Crosse's 5K Turkey Trot took place Saturday morning on campus, attracting a flock of turkey wannabes on a beautiful day. There were junior gobbler races for kids as well. Participants were rewarded for top speeds as well as for accuracy predicting their final race time.
The following students were chosen as the October Students of the Month at Holmen Middle School:
The superintendent of the La Crescent-Hokah School District has resigned two weeks after being arrested for a domestic incident at his residence.
Companies, organizations and families can show off their tree decorating skill by purchasing one of the 75 trees set up in Holmen’s Halfway Creek Park.
"I never would have thought I would have gotten it," one winner said. "I’m not the person to win anything ... I was just in shock. I didn’t know what to say."
A pair of UW-La Crosse staff members have been recognized for their outstanding service to diverse populations.
The majority of institutions didn’t require the vaccine. With the exception of a handful of schools, including UW-Madison, a survey found that those without a requirement reported a lower vaccination rate.
Logan High School students of the month for October
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About 95% of employees are already fully vaccinated. UW-Madison estimates 1,800 employees have not yet provided proof of vaccination.
The National School Boards Association in September asked for federal support after threats received by school board members across the country.
UW-Madison flew the Ho-Chunk Nation flag atop Bascom Hall, marking the first time that the university flew another nation’s flag with the U.S. and state flags.
The potential for a protest appears to stem from an incident last week when a teacher is alleged to have taped a facemask to a student.
At UW-Platteville Richland, enrollment has dropped to 75 students this fall, down from 366 students when the restructuring took effect in 2018.
In Wisconsin, four members of the Mequon-Thiensville School Board held off a recall challenge that cost anti-critical race theory backers nearly $50,000.
Even though the pandemic complicated the voting process for students, campus turnout increased from 65% in the 2016 election to 73% in 2020.
After students made a pitch to the La Crosse Board of Education last month to use its COVID relief funding to support mental health services, the board received an update on current services and next steps.
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Rolf Wegenke is president of the Wisconsin Association of Private Colleges and Universities, a Madison-based organization that represents 23 private nonprofit schools, including Edgewood College.
A review of this scale for non-faculty staff hasn't been done since 1986 and some positions have never had a comprehensive evaluation, according to UW-Madison.
“We cannot afford to jeopardize millions of dollars in federal contracts, which are integral to our academic and research missions," interim System President Tommy Thompson said.