Huegel Student Wins Contest with Essay

A Huegel Elementary student recently entered a contest with Flocabulary. The essay was chosen and Huegel was featured on the Flocabulary website. 

Question: If you could honor any writer with a Nobel Prize in Literature, who would you choose? Why?

Home Depot builds with Lindbergh students

During the week of Oct. 31 - Nov. 4, all Kindergarten through 5th grade students were able to build a kid kit project such as a tool box or trophy phone case during REACH. These projects helped students work together, read and follow directions, critically think, and create.

Lindbergh celebrates new cafeteria mural

REAP Food Group's Farm to School Program worked with Lindbergh Elementary School and local artists Alicia Rheal and Emida Roller from Dane Arts Mural Arts to create a kid-inspired Farm to School mural that pictures life size fruits and vegetables and encourages healthy eating. 

Schools Celebrate and Learn During Digital Citizenship Month

The entire Marquette student body spent the month of October learning about Digital Citizenship. That means being safe, respectful, and responsible online.  Whether you’re chatting in an online game or in your school email, using Chromebooks in the classroom or working in the computer lab, you’re a citizen of the digital community.