By Josh Thompson, Team Leader at Barack Obama School of Career and Technical Education

Appreciation to the M&I Foundation Team serving at Hopkins-Lloyd Community School for keeping their energy up during power greeting in 20 degree weather! The students appreciate it and so do I!

Appreciation to Cullen Voss, our team leader, for graciously opening his apartment to our team, The David V. Uihlein Sr. Foundation Team serving at Rufus King International Middle School, for team day!

JOY! Hearing my student say "Miss, I got this!" to my partner teacher when she started working with fractions.

– Dafne, AmeriCorps member on the Rockwell Automation Team serving at Rogers Street Academy

Appreciation to Cortney, our Impact Manager, and Ms. Baez, our 9th grade counselor, for organizing Data Chats at South Division High School. The day was very well planned and went off without a hitch!

Joy to our team day on Friday! It was really fun, a great opportunity for us to relax and connect. And we should do it again!

- The Dr. George Washington Carver Academy Team

Joy to the weather, the United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County Team serving at James Madison Academic Campus is looking forward to a white Christmas

Appreciation for the beautiful snowy view from the Bay View High School City Year room! 

Joy to feeling more and more love every day that we serve at The Barack Obama School of Career and Technical Education. The students and City Year team are making strong bonds each passing day.

Joy to the Clarke Street School City Year team building activity during our team day. We each left with an original artwork created by rotating paintings and adding our own twist to each one.

Joy to getting the opportunity to further integrate our team (The Brewers Community Foundation Team) into the Roosevelt Middle School of the Arts family by participating in the school spirit week.

Joy to the imagination of the elementary students at Alexander Mitchell Integrated Arts School! The David & Julia Uihlein Charitable Foundation team had never given much thought about what snowmen do at night and thanks to the creativity of our students now we know!

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