Vote for Tina Dondajeski and Gail Schacht today for Cudahy School Board.
So after an illegal meeting and an invalid vote, Mayor Day is rushing this to the agenda!
Take notice the money savings, how the school board and teachers are, notice how the union and the school board are, notice how the school board got answers from WEA Trust and notice how the sides reacted to changing health insurance companies.
Recently I was told by a Walker Recaller that I need to stop looking at the 2010 election as a WIN for republicans as there are NO winners in politics!
Good Friday, the day that Christians remember Jesus Christ’s crucifixion, I ask that you let God into your life and “Love your neighbor as yourself!”
GALLUP: voters are 42% conservative, 37% moderate, 21% liberal
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So the PUP and those affected by Act 10 tell me that if it happened to me, I would do exactly what they are doing!
In 1987 President Reagan (http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/speeches/1987/022687c.htm) declared March, Developmental Disability Awareness Month. While much has been achieved, we still have a long way to go. Many individuals with Developmental Disabilities still face discrimination today.
South Milwaukee children's book author Janet Halfmann has done it again. She has a new book coming out. Eggs 1, 2, 3: Who Will The Babies Be? is available on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/Eggs-Who-Will-Babies-Be/dp/1609051912/ref=sr_1_8?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1334082690&sr=1-8.
It seems like Janet has a new book being published about every other week. I have a number of them and can attest that they are not only adorable and children's favorites, their full of fun-to-learn information.
Q. - I have yet to get any details on what insurance the Cudahy district uses. But as I’ve previously said, the current Board approved cutting athletics, art & music, clubs, and dissolving positions.
Corrections workers rally for their "right" to cheat the system on overtime
WEAC knows Act 10 is working and they don’t want you to know about it which is why they will not release their own State District Survey Study!
Here is a question that has perplexed me, angered me, and simply made me question the thought process and wisdom of our School Superintendent and School Board members in regards to the intent NOT to allow Taxpayers to interact with the School Board members in easily used email!
Cudahy writer Jill Giencke, who writes under the pen name of Kate Fellowes has a short story in this week's (April 23) issue of Women's World. "The Housewarming" is a heartwarming little romance that appears on page 42. The magazine can be found in grocery store checkout aisles. Check it out!
"The Housewarming" isn't the first story Jill has had published in Woman's World. This veteran writer's fifth novel, Thunder in the Night" is coming out in June. More about that as the publication date nears.