GMT for May 16
Congratulations, Kacey Koenigs, Tiger Scholar of the Week!
DPI and Public Service Commission Partner to Help Improve High Speed Internet Connectivity
Technology is needed now more than ever in our schools and classrooms. The recommendations in the Wisconsin Digital Learning Plan support changes in teaching and learning that recognize the need for learning to occur 24/7, allow students to pursue personal pathways to college and career, and take advantage of efficiencies achieved through digital curriculum. However, many schools are not able to take advantage of these opportunities affordably due to inadequate bandwidth. Further, not all students have the same equitable opportunities for learning because they may lack access to the Internet at home. Read more.
Stressed out? Need some help coping?
Below are some of the community resources to help anyone who is experiencing stress or difficulty in their lives.
- Northwest Connections – 24 hour crisis phone line: 1-888-552-6642
- Krohn Clinic –715- 284-1887
- Family and Children’s Center – 715-284-9477
- Ho Chunk Nation Behavioral health (for tribal employees and members) 715-284-9851
- West Central Wisconsin Behavioral Health – 715-284-2831
Law banning cell phone use by teen drivers started Nov. 1
Students, here is an article that is worth reading and heeding the advice about talking on your cell phones while driving. Now it could cost you...Don't talk and drive article