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April 17, 2014

District set to hire YMCA for day care (Ozaukee Press © 04/16/2014)
Responding to family requests, the Grafton School District will begin offering before and after-school child care this fall.

Further cafeteria improvements for Oconomowoc High School approved by School Board (Oconomowoc Focus © 04/16/2014)
Work on the second phase of remodeling the Oconomowoc High School cafeteria was approved Tuesday night by the Board of Education.

Updated: 'My choice was a hard choice,' Thornton says of Baltimore move (Business Journal of Milwaukee © 04/16/2014)
It was a tough choice to leave, but departing Milwaukee Public Schools superintendent Gregory Thornton doesn't want to offer input on the district's selection of his successor.

Wilson resigns as principal of Summit Elementary in Oconomowoc (Lake County Reporter © 04/16/2014)
The Oconomowoc Area School Board of Education accepted the resignation of Summit Elementary School Principal Robin Wilson, effective June 30.

Local schools pleased that WIAA tables multiplier vote (Fond du Lac Reporter © 04/16/2014)
STEVENS POINT — There will be no 1.65 multiplier for Wisconsin high school sports. At least not until after the 2014-15 school year.

New SAT: What will those questions look like? (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel © 04/16/2014)

WIAA: Lutheran happy with delaying vote on private school enrollment multiplier (Sheboygan Press © 04/16/2014)
The state’s athletic directors voted heavily in favor of tabling for a year the idea of a 1.65 multiplier to the enrollments of private high school at the WIAA’s annual Board of Control meeting Wednesday in Stevens Point.

WIAA "multiplier" amendment sent to committee (WEAU NBC 13 © 04/17/2014)
STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The membership of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association voted to move the discussion regarding the impact of nonpublic schools on the Association to committee and defeated a proposal that would place the authority for conference alignment with individual member schools at its Annual Meeting today in Stevens Point.

Green Bay schools adjust bus schedule for 4K students (Green Bay Press-Gazette © 04/16/2014)

Oak Creek arms teachers, staff with tools in case of shooting (WITI My Fox Milwaukee © 04/16/2014)
OAK CREEK (WITI) — Oak Creek is arming its teachers and staff members with special kits and training to help them should the unthinkable happen: a school shooting.

Further cafeteria improvements for Oconomowoc High School approved by School Board (Oconomowoc Focus © 04/16/2014)
Work on the second phase of remodeling the Oconomowoc High School cafeteria was approved Tuesday night by the Board of Education.

WIAA-member schools delay vote on private-schools multiplier (La Crosse Tribune © 04/16/2014)
STEVENS POINT, Wis. — No final decision was made.  Still, the schools in the Six Rivers Conference from the southwestern part of the state achieved their ultimate goal during the WIAA’s annual meeting Wednesday:

Departing MPS superintendent Thornton talks business community's progress, extols young professionals to engage with city (Business Journal of Milwaukee © 04/16/2014)
To hear him talk, you wouldn't know Gregory Thornton is soon leaving his post as Milwaukee Public Schools superintendent.

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