After nearly two years of research, planning, and community engagement, the Shorewood Board of Education was presented with the Master Facilities Plan at the November 28th meeting. The entire Master Plan can be viewed on the District website under the Facilities Planning tab titled Master Facilities Plan.
The Shorewood School District is looking for volunteers to be part of a workgroup that will participate in an in-depth review of the Shorewood School District's current Code of Conduct for students. The goal of this workgroup is to provide recommendations for improvements to our Code of Conduct.
This morning, at approximately 10:55 AM, there was a water main break at the Shorewood Intermediate School, 3830 N. Morris Blvd, Shorewood WI. Click the above title to learn more.
Former principal Richard Cobb who served at Atwater Elementary for nearly 20 years, passed away on November 5, 2017. To read more about Mr. Cobb, click the above title.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) recently released District and School Report Cards for public viewing. As the Report Card Scores indicate below, the Shorewood School District continues to "Exceed Expectations" or "Significantly Exceed Expectations."
The Grafton High School Student Wellness Committee is hosting a presentation about teenagers' use of technology on Monday evening, Nov. 27, 6:30 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium. The presentation is open to all in the Milwaukee community, but most suitable for grades 6-12 and adults. Read more by clicking above title.
The District announced the creation of a new endowment honoring Michael J. Spector, a Shorewood alumnus and longtime champion of public education in Wisconsin. Established by Mr. Spector's wife, Joan Spector, the fund will provide support for deserving students in financial need, and will also help create pathways to college and career success for underrepresented minority students in the District.
The UWM Lubar Entrepreneurship Center and the District have announced a new Teaching Fellows partnership to cultivate Authentic Learning in grades 7-12. The new Fellows program, supported by a grant from the SEED Foundation, will tap into UWM's expertise and provide professional development for Shorewood teachers as they build new and innovative educational opportunities for students.