Top
Image Alt

News & Announcements

  /  News & Announcements

Madison365 published their first installment of their annual list of Wisconsin’s Most Influential Black Leaders. “This is list is about introducing everyone to people they may not know. Every year, I’ve intended these lists to highlight the beauty of the diversity across our state. I want kids here in Wisconsin to see role models of people who are succeeding, to know that it’s possible for people of color to achieve great things here.” - Henry

The decision to return all instruction to the school’s flagship campus at 4950 N. 24th St. – formerly Ronald McNair Elementary School – where middle and high school students have received instruction since the school’s 2016 inception, was made due to lower enrollment numbers and because having all classes and activities on one campus is better for students, families, and staff, Lynk said in an interview.

By: Elaine Rojas-Castillo MILWAUKEE — With the city of Milwaukee seeing some of its highest rates of gun violence in recent memory, a local non-profit organization is partnering with a school to give students resources on how to identify dangerous situations and find peaceful solutions. At 10 this morning, the Peace for Change Alliance, a local non-profit organization, will host a kick-off press conference here in anticipation of the upcoming Youth Victory over Violence week. + Read Full