Schools

Fri
23
Sep

Bowler school gets two grants

Two Bowler Elementary School education projects received more than $11,000 in grants from the Institute for Learning Partnership at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Melody Krueger, a second-grade teacher, received a $3,591 grant for improving reading skills through guided reading, and Judith Munsey, elementary principal and homeless liaison, received a $7,841 grant for improving classroom staff practices for all grades through differentiation.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"This was my first time writing a grant, so I

Fri
23
Sep

Bowler school gets two grants

Two Bowler Elementary School education projects received more than $11,000 in grants from the Institute for Learning Partnership at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Melody Krueger, a second-grade teacher, received a $3,591 grant for improving reading skills through guided reading, and Judith Munsey, elementary principal and homeless liaison, received a $7,841 grant for improving classroom staff practices for all grades through differentiation.

Tue
20
Sep

School Notes

<p>Gresham School District</p><p>Gresham School is off to a roaring start with a new look both outside and inside.</p><p>Thanks to a great maintenance staff, we have newly painted halls, new cubbies for our elementary students, and many new improvements throughout our school.</p><p>Thanks to our school board and the Gresham Advancement Association, we have two murals outside the front of our school and our parking lot has a new look. We also have new playground equipment, benches and picnic tables.

Tue
20
Sep

School Notes

Gresham School District

Gresham School is off to a roaring start with a new look both outside and inside.

Thanks to a great maintenance staff, we have newly painted halls, new cubbies for our elementary students, and many new improvements throughout our school.

Mon
19
Sep

School Notes

<p>Hillcrest Primary School</p><p>This fall, students at Hillcrest are learning about color, beginning with exploring the rainbow, primary colors and secondary colors. Students are creating a detailed drawing of their name, which will be colored by mixing colors with paint. Then we will embark on a 3-dimensional sculpture of their favorite colors in the form of a huge crayon, paint brush or paint palette. Mrs.

Mon
19
Sep

School Notes

Hillcrest Primary School

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