Voters across our nine North Shore communities will head to the polls on Tuesday, April 7 to weigh in on eight contested races, two school referenda and a statewide referendum.
Whitefish Bay — The Whitefish Bay School Board decided that a student-run radio station would be unfeasible at Whitefish Bay High School, but might be better suited for use by the Whitefish Bay community at-large.
Parents and Guardians of middle/high school students who have identified disabilities are invited to attend a resource fair where over forty agencies will be represented to answer questions. Agencies such as DVR, Goodwill, Independence First will be available to answer parent questions. Colleges and universities will also have their Student Accessibility Office representatives at the resource fair. The resource fair will be May 7th from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Oak Creek Community Center on South Howell Avenue. This free community event is sponsored by Transition LEAPP, which is a consortium of suburban school districts. The Brown Deer contact is Fred Yatchak, at email@example.com