Wisconsin Day to Reclaim Our Schools

We will unite with hundreds of school districts across the nation on Thursday, October 6 to demand publicly funded, equitable, and democratically controlled public schools. This national action will help shift the public debate and build a national movement for strong public schools for every child.

Here in Milwaukee, we will be organizing one of two powerful actions at each school around public education funding. Each school will hold either a morning walk-in or an afternoon neighborhood walk with parents, students, community members, and educators.

These actions will help us build our movement to expose and reverse the funding inequities that exist in Wisconsin’s public schools.

Begin organizing your school community’s Oct. 6 action today! Talk with your MTEA building leaders and register your school here.

Follow these instructions to set up your school’s Action Network event page.

 

List of Participating Schools

Milwaukee Public Schools:

Accelerated Learning

ALBA

Alcott

Allen Field

Alliance High School

Auer

Audubon Middle School

Audubon High School

Barbee Montessori

Barton

Bay View High School

Bethune

Bradley Tech High School

Bruce

Brown Street

Browning Community School

Burbank

Carson Academy

Cass

Chinese Language Academy

Clarke

Clemens

Clement

Community/Morse

Congress

Cooper

Craig Montessori

Curtin

Doerfler

Eighty-First Street

Elm

Engleburg

Fairview

Fernwood Montessori

Fifty-Third Street

Forest Home

Franklin

Fratney

French Immersion

Gaenslen

German Immersion

Goodrich

Grant

Grantosa

Greenfield Bilingual

Groppi

Hamilton High School

Hartford

Hawley Environmental

Hayes Bilingual

Hi-Mount

Holmes

Honey Creek

Hopkins Lloyd Community School

Howard Montessori

Humboldt Park

IDEAL

Jackson

Kagel

Kilbourn

King Middle School

Kluge

LaFollette

Lancaster

Lincoln Avenue Community School

Lincoln Center of the Arts

Lowell

MHSA

MacDowell Montessori

Madison High School (JMAC)

Manitoba

Marshall High School

Marvin Pratt

Maryland Avenue Montessori

Meir Elementary

Meir MS/HS

Milwaukee Sign Language

Mitchell

Morgandale

M.L. King Elementary

Neeskara

New School for Community Service

Ninety-Fifth Street

North Division High School

Obama

Parkside

Pierce

Project Stay

Pulaski High School

Reagan High School

Riley

Riverside University High School

Rogers Street Academy

Roosevelt

School of Languages

Rufus King High School

Sherman

South Division

Spanish Immersion

Starms ECC

Story

Stuart

Thoreau

Townsend

Trowbridge

Victory

Vieau

Vincent High School

Washington IT High School

WCLL

Wedgewood International

Westside Academy I

Whitman

Zablocki

 

Kenosha Public Schools:

Indian Trail High School & Academy

 

LaCrosse Public Schools:

Central High School 

Lincoln/SOTA II/Coulee Montessori

Emerson

Logan High School

Logan Middle Schooll

North Woods

Spence

State Road

Summit Environmental

 

Racine Public Schools

Dr Jones EL

Gifford

Horlick High School

Jerstad Middle School

Mitchell EL

Mitchell Middle School

Racine Case High School

Racine Park High School

Tomahawk Public Schools

Event Page

 

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3 thoughts on “Wisconsin Day to Reclaim Our Schools

  1. This is an awesome idea, however, if it is not promoted to all public schools in Wisconsin by ads in multi media by NEA, NAACP, Black Lives Matter, and every philantrophist like Herb Kohl and every person who supports public schools it will not reach out far enough. It needs to be publicized. Every public school and public university and all who believe in The American Dream being for all children …not the chosen few. Taxpayer money is being used to fund Charter Schools and for vouchers. They do not have to have the same accountability as public schools. If they do not like the children’s race, creed , tribe or learning style ,they don’t have to admit them. Anyone who has any common sense, which Walker and his people have none, should see this is a double standard. We can’t just keep saying enough. We must act in a peaceful way. Why are we letting politicians tell us how to educate children? Why do they think they know more about children and learning than a trained, educated, licensed teacher? We need to actively, peacefully, but with a loud united voice stand up for our country’s best hope for the future…our children.

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