A rating clarification
Last week’s Journal shared how three out of our four schools received “exceeds expectations” in the state school report cards. As a point of clarification, the only reason that Neal Wilkins Elementary did not receive an “exceeds expectations” grade is that they do not have enough data available to be graded. Most of the state testing occurs at second grade and beyond. I have no doubt that our hard working students and staff would have received “exceeds expectations” had they been graded. Go Little Hillmen!
Platteville School District superintendent
A random kind act
We were having lunch at Country Kitchen Sept. 2, my husband’s 86th birthday, when our waitress came over and said our lunch had been paid by some lady.
What a nice surprise — a random act of kindness. We will pass it on.
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