Give Your Input - Next Board Meeting Nov. 8 @ 6:30 p.m.
Superintendent Update: SM United, E. W. Luther's School Store, Clue
SDSM Staff and Human Concerns are partnering together to assist families in need.
If you are struggling to purchase gifts for your children we can help! Open to ages birth - senior year. You may contact the School Social Worker or Counselor at your child’s school for any questions or to sign up for the gift program by November 20th.
You may also contact Molly Gallegos, High School Social Worker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-766-5816 by November 20th.
Help a neighbor in need - donate to the food drive! Donate non-perishable food items at any of our schools to be donated to South Milwaukee Human Concerns on Friday, November 17th.
There’s no mystery in the benefit of having a theater program, and South Milwaukee has a pretty killer one. Hear about the energy and commitment that is poured into the theater program that makes it the high-quality educational experience that it is.
On December 6 and April 10, South Milwaukee High School will host Educators Credit Union and about 20 volunteers to run a Reality Check event in the field house.
Students in the high school Planning Your Future classes will be put through various financial scenarios to learn about personal finance and how different situations and career choices can impact their lives.
Individuals are needed to stand behind a table as students move throughout the field house to give them different situations such as housing, auto expenses, child care, acts of fate, etc.
Training of volunteers will begin at 7:15, and the event itself will run from 7:30-8:45.
to volunteer contact Work-Based Learning Coordinator
Youth Recreation Basketball League - Grade 6th-7th-8th. Registration is open and closes on November 13, 2023.
During the month of October, our elementary students learned about the importance of media balance.
From learning what media balance is, to our rings of responsibility, to analyzing our own media use, we've come to realize how important it is to balance when and how we use media with spending real time with the real people in our lives.
The source of our media balance lessons, Common Sense Media, has tips to explore ways to balance our media use as a family.