The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently released its findings of the hurdles people who participate in the supplemental nutrition assistance program face when trying to maintain a healthy diet. It found nearly nine in 10 people have some kind of barrier.
The University of Wisconsin System, UW-Stevens Point students, staff, and Stevens Point community members are pleading with the state legislature to approve funding to replace the campus’ Albertson Hall. The cries come after the legislature delayed Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed $2.4 billion budget for state building projects last month.
Northcentral Technical College (NTC) announced on Friday it will transition to a more traditional college experience beginning August 2021 with additional in-person offerings, events, and student activities.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction today announced the creation of a statewide coaching network and resource center designed to build resilience and better meet the mental health needs of Wisconsin students.
The Wisconsin Rapids School Board voted Monday night to ask taxpayers to approve two referendums on the April 6 ballot that would raise a combined $44 million to expand and sustain educational programs and operating costs.
With a full semester in a pandemic complete, students reflect on this unusual school year so far, saying they are strong as they face health and safety concerns, and numerous changes with what is supposed to be their constant: school.
Gov. Tony Evers acknowledged Thursday that local decisions on whether to do online learning in the face of the pandemic have been “messy” but didn’t offer any advice on what Wisconsin school districts should do next semester.
Thomas Jefferson Elementary will be recognized during a virtual ceremony this Friday, November 13th by the U.S. Department of Education for being awarded the 2020 Exemplary Achievement Gap Closing National Blue Ribbon.
At the October 26 Stevens Point Area School Board meeting, district administrators presented an operations update that included several strategic changes to the existing instruction delivery model. Namely, a three week E-Learning period for all students between Thanksgiving and Winter Break.
Wisconsin law dictates a lot of requirements and standards schools have to meet each year, but it also provides some flexibility given extreme circumstances, like a pandemic, for the Department of Public Instruction to waive certain requirements for schools that apply.