Latest from Teaching Today and Manufacturing Today

​Greetings from the Teaching Today WI team,
We would like to share that the newest issue of Teaching Today WI newspaper is ready and should be delivered soon. You can see more of the winning Dream Career Contest winning essays, articles from Wisconsin’s schools, grant opportunities, contests for your students to enter and more. You can also view this issue online at

The latest special issue of Manufacturing Today WI will be included in the shipment of newspapers. This one is not to be missed! Check out what’s happening in the Tech Ed Classrooms – it is really spectacular! You can also find this issue online at

As always, our publications are free to Wisconsin’s schools and are non-political.
We welcome article submissions and would like to hear from you. We will be focusing on construction, green initiatives/programs, transportation, and agriculture in upcoming issues. Other subjects are always welcome too! We want to share your education news!
Enjoy the gorgeous weather and have a fantastic weekend!

Building Bridges at Phoenix Middle School

Building Bridges at Phoenix Middle School

It’s just another manic Monday. Ha! Greetings readers! Was it just me, or did that weekend go by way too quickly? Somebody slow down the timeline. We’re already a week into February. Unbelievable.
We’re going to revert back to page eight in our most recent issue. Students at Phoenix Middle School in the Delavan-Darien school district have been demonstrating their S.T.E.M. skills by building bridges. A new Fab Lab has recently opened at the school, allowing students to further expand their mind in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Our paper is available in K-12 schools throughout Wisconsin, or online at
We’ll catch you later, everyone! Have a marvelous, and hopefully not manic, rest of your Monday!
Contests and Awards

Contests and Awards

Friday is here! Cheers to the weekend, everyone! I hope you’ve all had a marvelous week.
Page nine in our most recent issue features some excellent contests and resources for students, as well as some award opportunities! Be sure to check it out!
Our most recent issue is now available in K-12 schools throughout the state, as well as online at
Have a WONDERFUL weekend readers! See you Monday!
Teaching Today WI – 20 Years of Being your Wisconsin Education Connection!

Teaching Today WI – 20 Years of Being your Wisconsin Education Connection!

Greetings and happy hump day to you, readers!

Teaching Today – Wisconsin is currently celebrating 20 years of being Wisconsin’s education connection!

We are working continuously, day after day, striving to be your connection for 100% positive, valuable educational resources, stories, grants, contests, and more.

None of this would be possible without your support and the contributions of our fabulous advertisers. Thank you allowing us to achieve 20 years!

Check out our website for our latest issue!

Have a magnificent rest of your Wednesday!

Meemic is Working with Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin!

Meemic is Working with Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin!

The Meemic Foundation is proud of its heritage of giving back to the educational community since 1992.

In 2016, the Foundation partnered with several entities to present a four-part Green & Healthy Schools Wisconsin workshop series around the state over the course of the school year.

The next workshop, School Energy Efficiency, takes place Feb. 22 in Chippewa Falls, and there’s still time to register. This workshop will provide information to school staff, teachers and administrators about how to save money through energy efficiency and incorporate real-life learning opportunities. Participants will be given work time to develop ideas for their classroom and/or school community.

The fourth and final workshop, School Gardens, takes place April 26 in Milwaukee. Registration will be opening soon.

Schools receive a $100 stipend to offset the costs of each Foundation Club member attending the workshops (up to four per school).

For more information or to register for this or any upcoming workshop, visit

Visit for more information on joining the Foundation Club and contacting the Foundation.