If so, please indicate your interest in participating in the Superintendent's Student Advisory Group, which meets quarterly throughout the school year.
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Every Friday morning 7:30 - 9:00am parents and families are invited to IAE "Family Forum Fridays" at Lapham School Room 324, 1045 East Dayton Street.
Join other families and Principal Stocks-Glover to discuss topics of interest to you, including helping our students succeed, stay on track to graduation and prepare for life after high school.
NBC 15 focuses on WLC Eastside Level 4's continuing work with the Madison Senior Center on "Dialogue Across The Ages". This long-standing program brings together high school seniors and senior citizens to discuss their experiences and share their dreams of the future.
Madison Commons has an article about Work and Learn Center (WLC) Eastside students participting in Dialogue Across the Age with the Madison Senior Center. This intergenerational conversation enables current WLC Level 4 students to learn more about history, and learning more about themselves.
WLC Lapham student Desmond Willingham is profiled in The Madison Times article about his work the Goodman Community Center in Culinary Arts. Innovative and Alternative Education also partners with the Goodman Community Center for the full day Seed to Table program. (posted 11/15/12)
THANK YOU to everyone who supported our All-Alternatives Semi-Finals Poetry Slam. It is our hope that the experience will have a lasting impact on our students as well as our community.
Eric Meyer from Shabazz and Terry Jennings Jr. from WLC Lapham will represent us in the state finals on March 10 in Milwaukee.
Congrats also goes to Jessa Currier (Shabazz), Abraham Thomas Jr. (WLC Lapham), Vern Sanders (WLC Lapham), Armon Thomas (WLC Lapham), Mariah Robinson (WLC Stephens), Amber Tompkins (AERO), and Whitney Burkle (WLC Lapham) who all performed in front of a panel of judges and a great crowd.
NBC 15 News segment: Staying Out of Trouble through Poetry