“Work is evolving and it’s always been evolving,” said Congressman Bryan Steil, a Republican who represents Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District.
Blackhawk Technical College is excited to announce the annual community-wide MLK Commemoration event has been rescheduled for Saturday, Jan. 25 from 3–5 p.m. on its Central Campus in Janesville. This year’s theme is Dream, Believe, Achieve. The previously scheduled event was canceled due to …
Voters in the School District of Milton will find two races on the Feb. 18 primary ballot, including those of Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice and the Milton Board of Education.
Surrounded by shelves teeming with food, Milton Community Action Food Pantry, 36 Hilltop Drive, volunteers Kyla Wilson, Carol Hulburt and Gail Slepekis noted strong community support for the food pantry and shared goals and programming for 2020.
With unanimous approval from the board of education, the School District of Milton will name its soon-to-be-constructed swimming pool the “Lieder Family Pool.” The name commemorates the enduring impact of Tom Lieder and his family on Milton’s swim program.
A Milton teacher retiring Jan. 16 paid a $365 fine and is paying $5,705 in restitution for defecating on a building in a public park for more than 2 years.
Milton School District’s new director of business services said she celebrates the new year on July 1. That’s when the school district’s fiscal year begins. Nonetheless, the Milton Courier asked Carey Bradley to share some thoughts heading into 2020.
An error on tax bills for Janesville properties in the Milton School District does not affect the amount property owners owe, the city clerk said.
Expressing gratitude through smiles and tears, Milton Area Youth Center (MAYC) Executive Director Venesa Draves said several facility and programming improvements have been made at the center. “It’s been a good year,” she said.
2019 brought improvements to the Milton Area Youth Center (MAYC), Executive Director Venesa Draves said. In years past, the program and building felt as though “it needed a hug,” she said. This year, the community has renewed its support and embrace of the program. From donations, to support…
Bethanie Dodd was honored Dec. 12, at the Blackhawk Technical College Nursing Pinning Ceremony. Not only did Bethanie receive her nursing pin, she also received the Wisconsin Nurses Association (WNA) Future Nursing Leader Award. Twice a year, the WNA Awards Committee selects five graduates o…
Any additional employment compensation will be included in the staffing report for Milton School Board approval (or disapproval). A sentence saying that was added to policies for employment of support staff and professional staff approved by the school board Monday reflects that.
The Milton School District Human Growth and Development Advisory Group is being formed and will meet Thursday, Dec. 19, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at district office building. Other meeting dates are Jan. 9, Jan. 30, and Feb. 13.
2019 marks the second year the Milton Police Department has sponsored "Shop with a Cop," said Milton Police Chief Scott Marquardt. The opportunity to sponsor the program came after Janesville Police Officer Chad Sullivan, who has applied for grants to sponsor the event in Janesville for the …
The Milton School District on Dec. 5 released the resume of the other finalist for the director of business services position.
The Milton School District “exceeds expectations,” according to 2018-19 report cards released last month by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Milton school officials missed an opportunity for education and prevention by refusing to use the word “swastika” when talking about the “offensive symbol” high school students made with their bodies on the gym floor Sept. 30, an Anti-Defamation League spokesman said.
The Milton school board took no action after meeting in closed session for about an hour Monday at Milton High School. On the agenda was “discussion on superintendent contract.”
Property tax bills issued in December will reflect a $9.26 tax rate in the Milton School District. The tax rate is $1.45 higher than the audited 2018-19 rate and is the first since the $59.9 million facilities referendum passed in April.
MADISON — For the first time since the Department of Public Instruction has been conducting the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), comparable, county-level data is now available across the state.
The total number of students enrolled in the Milton School District is 3,544, or 47 fewer students than the prior school year. That’s according to the third Friday in September enrollment reported to the Department of Public Instruction for funding purposes.
A process is underway to transform what was formerly the Print Max building, 222 Sunnyside Drive, into a roofers and waterproofers apprenticeship training facility.
The Milton Red Hawk Marching Band on Sunday in at Sauk Prairie High School earned its highest score in nine years of competitive marching. With 85.4 and less than a half point behind Waukesha West High School, Milton High School placed second. (Points are awarded on a 100-point scale.) The S…
A groundbreaking ceremony for the Milton School District referendum projects will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, at Milton East Elementary School. Construction on the $59.9 million projects approved by voters in April will start with the elementary schools and East will be the very first.
To meet the needs of Milton students who prefer online learning, the Milton School District this year introduced a virtual school. In June the school board approved a consortium agreement with Jefferson-Eastern Dane Interactive (JEDI) Distance Education Network.
Multiple students at Milton High School received disciplinary action for forming an “offensive symbol” on the gym floor the morning of Sept. 30, District Superintendent Rich Dahman said in a news release Thursday.
Construction on additions and renovations at the School District of Milton’s four elementary schools is scheduled to begin this month and be completed in August 2020.
The Milton High School Red Hawk Marching Band in its second weekend of competition this season placed second in its division and took home the caption award for best visual presentation for the class AAA and AAAA divisions.
Manufacturing Days has become an annual event at Blackhawk Technical College. The event has grown so much since its inception that two days are now necessary to accommodate the number of participating high school students. This year’s celebration will take place on Oct. 3 and 4 with 18 schoo…
Final steps were approved by the City of Milton Common Council, clearing the way for the construction of a 13,000-square-foot addition at Milton East Elementary School. The three separate actions were approved Aug. 20 and included:
Before school started this week, the Milton Courier checked in with interim Superintendent Rich Dahman. Since he began working in the Milton School District in July, the recently retired Winona Area (Minnesota) Public Schools superintendent said he has met a lot of people, many of whom look …
The Blackhawk Technical College Board Appointment Committee has appointed Amy Kenyon to the board.Kenyon fills the unexpired term of Malik Surani, ending June 30, 2020. Surani resigned in May.
A Baker Tilly financial audit looking at stipends in the School District of Milton found the use of 19 categories, though possibly excessive in number, is appropriate.
Last week State Rep. Gordon Hintz, D-Oshkosh, tweeted: “Which is worse, a fictitious link btw the MMR vaccine & autism—now dismissed as fraudulent .....or exposing your child every day to the possibility of measles, w/all its potentially deadly or debilitating consequences?”