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.
https://youtu.be/lCZxF5V6kf8 From WISN 12 News - 4/21/2023 Since January Milwaukee Police say at least 27 kids under the age of 17 have been shot and injured. Community activists want kids to know this is a serious crisis. View coverage by WISN 12 on this year's Victory over Violence week in collaboration with Peace for Change Alliance.
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
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgzlOE7GtIk The 411 LIVE with Beverly Taylor, February 21, 2023 https://www.facebook.com/The411Live
Each year, the Milwaukee Business Journal selects 40 leaders under the age of 40 who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and have become leaders in their communities. Rodney Lynk Jr. has been included as one of this year's, Milwaukee Business Journal, 40 Under 40 Leaders. This well deserved recognition celebrates all that he has done to improve educational outcomes for our students. Through this prestigious honor, Milwaukee will have the opportunity to get to know more
https://youtu.be/N7XxX8-fv-Y Dear Milwaukee Excellence Community, It is with such importance that I address and communicate our current circumstances with our Milwaukee Excellence community. In the last two years, there has been a nationwide shortage of 600,000 teachers. This past year, the news has reported that there are 300,000 and growing vacancies as teachers are returning back to school. We are no exception to that report. On August 1st, 2022 we were fully staffed for all our teaching