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In Our Schools: April 24

April 21, 2014

Christ King

Today, students participated in a spelling bee at 2:15 p.m.

Eisenhower Elementary

Senior kindergartners will see a performance of "The Henry and Mudge Series" at the Wisconsin Lutheran College Center for the Arts and Performance tomorrow (Friday, April 25). "Henry & Mudge" is the story of a young boy who moves to the country and how a 180-pound dog helps him adjust to the change. The students have been reading the book version and will have an opportunity to compare the book to a live presentation.

Lincoln Elementary

Fifth-graders visited Longfellow Middle School on Wednesday, April 23, to meet with Principal Jason Galien and school counselors to find out about the middle school program/s they will be attending in the fall.

Jefferson Elementary

Fourth-graders took a field trip to Madison to tour the State Capitol building and observe government in action Tuesday, April 22. The students also visited the State Historical Museum to learn about Wisconsin's history.

Lincoln Elementary

Students will see a performance of "The Henry and Mudge Series" at the Wisconsin Lutheran College Center for the Arts and Performance tomorrow (Friday, April 25). "Henry & Mudge" is the story of a young boy who moves to the country and how a 180-pound dog helps him adjust to the change.

McKinley Elementary

The school PTA will sponsor "A Marquee Night," an adult social to be held at the Wauwatosa Women's Club on Saturday, April 26.

Our Redeemer Lutheran

A walk-athon fundraiser will take place Friday, April 25, in the parking lot from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. All grades will participate at different times throughout the day.

Roosevelt Elementary

Families, neighbors and staff will enjoy the all-school, all-you-can-eat Pancake Breakfast on Friday, April 25.

Underwood Elementary

Fourth-grade students will learn about the history and geography of our region at the Covenant Harbor Adventure Center in Lake Geneva on Friday, April 25.

Washington Elementary

High Interest Day is Friday, April 25, and will give students an opportunity to attend a variety of fun, educational workshops, such as karate, magic and art, all sponsored by the school PTA. Parents and community members will share their time, talents, skills or hobbies.

Wauwatosa Catholic

IB/Academic/Attendance awards took place Tuesday, April 15.

Wauwatosa East High

A new summer reading incentive program was announced. To participate, email cerverla@wauwatosa.k12.us.

Wauwatosa Montessori

Students learned about parts of the human heart earlier this month in an obstacle course.

Wauwatosa STEM

With so many amazing and talented students here at Wilson/WSTEM, the PTSA is looking to sponsor a talent show next year. Do you have a theater or music background and think you would like to help plan this event? If so, please contact Tina Schulz at tbiffel@hotmail.com.

Wauwatosa West High

The Children's Theatre of Wauwatosa will present "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" performed by The Village Playhouse of Wauwatosa on Saturday, April 26. A curious boy learns that power must be used carefully. Admission is $5 at the door. The box office opens at 1:30 p.m.

Wilson Elementary

Yo Mama! hosted a fundraiser for Wilson fifth-graders Tuesday, April 22, to raise money for them to go to Camp Whitcomb/Mason.

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