The shortage of workers across numerous industries in north central Wisconsin continues. One in particular that can impact the transportation …
Worker shortages are being faced across numerous industries, and the latest challenges are being seen in the field of education.
For parents or families with a child in school, they might not have to worry about packing a lunch.
As the school year starts back, some families are choosing homeschool over in-person learning.
Before the kids head off to school, there are some bus safety tips to help keep everyone safe.
The road to back to school will officially end on Wednesday for many schools across central Wisconsin.
If parents or families are looking for childcare or just trying to check out their options, there are some things to keep in mind.
As kids get ready to head back to school, a big concern among many is not only about whether they’ll be wearing masks, but how others might re…
As the school year begins, people will likely see more bikes out and about, and there are some things that both children and adults should know.
UW-Stevens Point welcomed its newest students
Parents probably know the struggle of packing a healthy lunch for their kids that they want to eat.
College move-in day is right around the corner for many students, but before they get into their dorm room, fire officials have some safety tips.
Among all the back to school shopping, parents are bound to take a few trips to find new outfits for the year.
The Wausau School District will now be offering the Seamless Summer Option, or SSO during the regular 2021-22 school year.
College move-in day is right around the corner, but before students and families get packed up, there are a few things to consider.
At least three districts in our area are asking students and teachers to wear masks, but many more are making masks optional.
The K-12 years of school can come with a lot of great memories, development, and discovering self-identity.
Law enforcement recommend being careful what you post about your students.
It’s almost time for the kids to head back to school, and many school leaders are keeping the COVID-19 pandemic top of mind.
For some students virtual learning is effective, for others it can be more difficult.
It’s a good time to start thinking about prepping your kids for the routine of the school year.
As students in Merrill get ready to hit the books and go back to school, wearing a mask will remain as an option for them.
Nearly 100 people gathered at the Hewitt baseball diamonds Tuesday night in protest of the Marshfield School District’s mask mandate.
In a 6-1 decision the school board voted to make masks required for some of their students.
For young kids heading back to school, masks may be required to keep them safe.
Area organizations are helping students get ready for the new school year by setting them up with supplies.
The Wood County Clerk’s Office and the Wood County Sheriff’s Office are sending kids back to school with all with supplies they need.
As of Monday, about 35.5% of Wisconsinites have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, of those about 11% are under the age of 18.