A Partnership of Success
Each day, City Year Milwaukee AmeriCorps members collaborate with Milwaukee Public Schools teachers to create an environment of success for their students, and work together to help students reach their full potential. Read on to learn about the powerful partnership Student Success Coach, Petar, has with his partner teacher, Mr. Martin, and discover how Mr. Martin has made a powerful impact this school year.
An Update on the Network for School Improvement Program
This year, City Year Milwaukee was chosen to be a part of the Network for School Improvement pilot program. Together, Milwaukee Public Schools, the Johns Hopkins University Everyone Graduates Center and City Year, work with a collection of school teams to improve the outcomes for Black, Latino and low income, 8th grade students. Read on to learn more!
A Trip To Remember
"As a City Year Milwaukee AmeriCorps member, I have the opportunity to tutor and mentor 9th grade students every day. As a corps member, I see the importance of supporting students with academics and social emotional learning to help them reach their full potential. Yet, there is also incredible value in presenting students with exciting experiences outside of the classroom to engage with learning in different ways." Read on to learn more about how Rachel's 9th grade students had the opportunity to go on a trip to D.C. and what this experience meant to them!
The Importance of Teaching Big Citizenship
City Year Milwaukee AmeriCorps member, Kwani Burks, reflects on the importance of teaching students the value of Big Citizenship inside the classroom.
Black History Month: It’s Meaning and Impact
City Year AmeriCorps members, students, school staff, and parents at Roosevelt Middles School of the Arts, came together to celebrate Black History month, and pay tribute to great African American inventors, artists, scientists and activists, during a special Black History Month program, Black eSteam. Read on to learn more about the event and the great performances that occurred!