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Sixth grade students in the 600 Left house at Kettle Moraine Middle School have Chromebook computers in hand and ready for class every day.
As part of the Highway 83 reconstruction project, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will close the intersection of Highways 83 and 18 in the village of Wales from 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24 to 5 a.m. Monday, Oct. 27, according to a news release from the DOT.
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Wales' kindergartners boarded a bus to Apple Holler in September to extend lessons from class beyond the classroom walls. Before their trip, Kristin Hoffland's and Sharon Barndt's classes began the kindergarten science unit on trees, incorporating learning targets of tree structure, trees as a resource for people and animals and the life cycle of a tree into all components of the learning day.
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The Wales Pink Dragons, Pauline Wigderson and Gail Tamez have supported Lee National Denim Day at the Wales Village Hall the past three years. This year, however, was different.
This year, Wigderson pulled up a chair in the middle of village hall. In front of a captive audience, she had her head shaved.
Many things have changed at Kettle Moraine High School as it begins the 2014-15 school year, but one thing has remained constant: a focus on improving literacy across all grade levels.
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Village of Wales — For three days next week, the busy intersection of Highways 83/18 will become "the road not taken."
As Kettle Moraine schools began rolling out Google Classroom — the latest Google app for education made available the end of August — teachers across the district are enjoying its timesaving features, reducing stacks of paper assignments to organized online folders.