Friday, April 22, 2016
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
Pet Remembrance Service offered at First Congregational Church
Thursday, March 03, 2016
Eye on Oshkosh talks LGBTQ issues, events
The latest episode of Eye on Oshkosh is now online and can be found at the link above. In it, host Cheryl Hentz talks with Dr. Liz Cannon and Matthew Reinhart of the LGBTQ Resource Center on the UW-Oshkosh Campus. We'll find out about the center and what it's purpose is and who it serves, then later chat about a few transgender issues, and upcoming events the center is hosting or sponsoring. For more information, people can visit www.uwosh.edu/lgbtqcenter.
Saturday, February 27, 2016
Oshkosh School Board Approves Proposed Cuts if Referendum Not Approved
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Washington Elementary named School of Recognition
For more information contact:
Director of Learning
Oshkosh Area School District
Washington Elementary Named as School of Recognition
The Wisconsin Title 1 School of Recognition is an honorary award for schools that have been successful in educating students from low-income families. State Superintendent, Tony Evers, states, “The staff and administration of these schools are committed to breaking the link between poverty and low academic achievement through rigorous programming and attention to student needs. Many positive educational opportunities exist for students across the state.”
This year, Washington Elementary is recognized for their students’ achievement as a Beating the Odds School. This will be the tenth year they have been recognized and the ninth consecutive year that Washington Elementary School has received this recognition. Principal of Washington School, Susan Martin, shared “At Washington, we believe that no significant learning can take place without significant relationships. These relationships ground our students for academic success. The educators at Washington are passionate individuals who work diligently to meet the academic and emotional needs of every child- we are truly a ‘school family.’”
Tony Evers will host an awards program at the State Capitol on March 14 to further recognize Wisconsin Title 1 School of Recognition award recipients. Washington School will receive a plaque and $500 for use in their school.
Congratulations to everyone at Washington Elementary on this special honor.