Wednesday, May 22, 2013

What's Right in the School District of Janesville


What’s Right in the School District of Janesville (SDJ) is a forum to recognize outstanding performances and achievements by SDJ employees, students and schools.

Craig Closet Receives Donation

The Craig Closet received a donation in the amount of $1235.57. The money was gifted to the “closet” by Best Events and Blackhawk Community Credit Union, who donated $500 each. Craig’s Cougar Credit Union students raised the remaining funds!

Craig High School Raises $15,000 for Third Annual “Pace for Parkinson’s” Event

Over 300 walkers/runners participated in Craig’s third annual Pace of Parkinson’s event.  A check will be written to the Wisconsin Parkinson’s Association in the amount of $15,000!

Franklin Middle School Raises Money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Franklin Middle School students donated $1,550.89 to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through the “Pennies for Patients” drive. The donation will help children with cancer and other blood borne illnesses.



Marshall Students Win Division One (8th Grade) Tournament


Nine Marshall Students competed in the Wisconsin State Basketball Invitational Championship Tournament and won the Division 1 8th Grade Boys Championship.  They are: Adam Anhold, Cade Badertscher, Logan Christensen, Nick Cramer, Nick Cropp, Nick Kaufman, Austin Kraus, Jake Negus and SanTrell Payton.


Marshall Students Learn the Importance of Cyber Safety

Computer Innovation students in Mrs. O’Leary’s classes learned the importance of being safe and smart when using social media.  Students today have easy access to numerous social networking sites, but are they being cautious enough when doing so?  Officer Olin visited all of the Computer Innovation classes to help stress the importance of being safe, smart, responsible and cautious when using the internet, email, instant messaging and all other social media sources.  Hopefully from these discussions and videos, students will be more aware about being safe and cautious when using the computer and their phones!  

Madison Elementary School Says Thank You

Madison Elementary School would like to thank Faith Lutheran Church, who donated $1000 for student supplies with money that was remaining from the Church sponsored breakfast club. Your generosity is very much appreciated!

Monroe Elementary School Says Thank You

Turning Point Church donated a new refrigerator to Monroe’s health office.  The refrigerator is used to house medications and medically necessary snacks for students, along with ice packs for recess injuries.  Thank You!

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