Tuesday, May 5, 2015
The annual International Night at Core Knowledge Charter School was Friday, April 28. In addition to a potluck dinner featuring food from all over the world, each elementary grade gave a performance featuring a different country. + continue reading
Sunday, May 3, 2015
The Verona Area School District’s transition to personalizing learning doesn’t just mean it’s different for each student.  Teachers and even entire schools can take varied paths to bringing a more personal education to students. That’s bearing out at the district... + continue reading
Friday, May 1, 2015
Sugar Creek Elementary School held its annual Imagination Fair Friday, April 24. The event featured activities throughout the school, including a book fair, a science demonstration, a writing exhibit and a traditional science fair. + continue reading
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Country View Elementary Students showed off their work Friday, April 17, at the school’s share fair. Displays included science and art projects, and there was also a station set up for students and parents to get a preview of what will be in the school’s “Maker Space” next... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Most bookstores and public libraries organize books by subject, allowing readers to browse sections for titles that interest them.  But when leaders of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s general library system got together to plan a new off-campus storage facility to house lesser-... + continue reading
05/04/2015
The Locust Drive bridge will be widened as planned this year. With both the Scenic Ridge and Cathedral Point subdivisions growing quickly and traffic growing commensurately, the city had planned to... + continue reading

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05/04/2015
The Locust Drive bridge will be widened as planned this year. With both the Scenic Ridge and Cathedral Point subdivisions growing quickly and traffic growing commensurately, the city had planned to... + continue reading

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04/28/2015
The Verona Area High School boys tennis team passed an early season Big Eight Conference test Thursday, defeating Madison West 4-3.  The Wildcats took three of their four singles matches, led... + continue reading
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Mrs. Brooks’ second grade class received white pine seedlings from Quality Cellular to celebrate Arbor Day on April 24, at Glacier Edge Elementary School. + continue reading

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  The 23rd annual National Association of Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive is Saturday, May 9. Each year on the second Saturday of May, letter carriers across the... + continue reading

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Most bookstores and public libraries organize books by subject, allowing readers to browse sections for titles that interest them.  But when leaders of the University of Wisconsin-Madison... + continue reading

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