MSCR offers Learn 2 Ride bike classes

By Nicole Graper MSCR Learn easy, hands-on techniques to get your child riding solo on two wheels. This innovative approach includes balancing, gliding and pedaling. Participants receive a free bike helmet, helmet fitting,...

It was a busy winter for Pack 127 Cub Scouts

By Wendy Murkve Pack 127 Cub Scout Pack 127, at Sherman Avenue United Methodist Church, has had a couple of busy but fun months. In January we had an overnight trip at...

Margaret’s Fund Scholarship is accepting applications

By Anne Pryor Margaret’s Fund Margaret’s Fund: A Northside Scholarship is accepting applications for its annual award. Any Northside resident who is a graduating high school senior planning to continue studies in fall...

Boy Scout Troop 127 honors Eagle Scout Nathan Kasel

By Steven M. Kimball Troop 127 Boy Scout Troop 127 celebrated with Nathan Kasel during his Eagle Scout Court of Honor held March 9 at St. Peter Catholic Church. Nate earned his...

East High School Math Department has a lot going on

By Cynthia Chin East High School Come together for calculators The 18th Annual Pi Mile will take place at Warner Park Saturday, May 27, with registration at 9 am and the run/walk at 10...

Gompers PTO connects with community at garage sale and Election Day bake sale

By Kelly Hauser Gompers Elementary School PTO Are you looking for a way to find great items on sale and support a local elementary school at the same time? Check out the annual...

2017 Madison FUN Bird and Nature Festival offers fun for the whole family

By Paul Noeldner Friends of Urban Nature Nature lovers, students, families and children are invited to the Friends of Urban Nature (FUN) 2017 Madison Earth Day/Arbor Day/Madison Bird City celebration Sunday, April 16,...

Gompers Grows — a program that’s educational, fun and delicious

By Brian Emerson UW-Madison This spring students of all grade levels at Gompers Elementary School are growing. They are growing seeds, learning about plants and studying their local food system. Volunteers from...

EHS students plan trip to Kenya as part of global education program

By Leigh Vierstra East High School Five years ago East High School (EHS) started an exciting partnership. Looking beyond the classroom doors of EHS, students started looking to Kenya to learn more...

Unite for our communities: Great Lakes funds new tech-friendly learning spaces

By Jeffrey Jensen Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corp. Forty–plus years in service is quite a run. It’s even more remarkable if you’ve been used and maybe slightly abused by thousands of students...

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