Local News Briefs Saturday 11-29-14
New MPTC Addition A Few
new entrance at
later than expected. MPTC officials had hoped to open the new 5,200 square foot
addition next January, but MPTC President Sheila Ruhland says they encountered
a problem while they were laying some of the infrastructure for the new student
affairs center. She says there were some differences in sewer pipe lines. She says
they are about six weeks behind and the new entrance won’t be ready until the
spring or summer. The new addition will accommodate expanded areas for student
affairs and student veterans’ services.
North Fondy Schools Ap
is offering a new technology to stay up to date with how their child is doing
in school. Superintendent Aaron Sadoff says they now have an AP that allows
parents to keep track of their child’s progress on a daily basis. He says you can customize it to tell you if
you child is dropping below a certain grade level or be alerted to specific
school events. Sadoff says the AP also
connects you to all the schools social media tools and more. To download the free ap, just search
in your APP Store or Google Play Store.
Mercury Honored By
Mercury Marine dealers in
2014 Top 100 Dealerships list, and accounted for more than 80 percent of the
dealerships on the list. Mercury
dealerships earned 83 of the Top 100 positions on the list and 18 of the top 20
positions in the
Project Lead The Way
Application At FHS
Parents who want to learn more about
Project Lead The Way Biomedical Sciences and Engineering STEM Programs can
attend a meeting on Tuesday, December 9th at 5:30pm at the
is offered to students in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in rigorous
and innovative problem based learning that focused on science, technology,
engineering and mathematics. Applications can be found on the
Distirct’s website under important notices. For more information you can email [email protected]. You can
also call 929-2740.
traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday.
About 90% of those are traveling by car.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says that peak travel times
for people to be returning home will be Sunday night. With the Packers playing at 3:25pm on Sunday