I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
At the Cudahy School Board Forum, my second question was: Why don’t the school board members have email addresses?
I attended the School Board Forum tonight and thought the four in attendance (Scott Mulqueen (inc.), Crystal Silkwood, Bob Grams, and Tim Schwartz) did a good job.
Denver School Shooter Was Typical Gun Control Advocate
Cudahy ACT Test Results
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It is always interesting to compare and look for possible tends. As you saw in “Where Our Neighbors Ranked in the DPI Grades”, Cudahy is lagging our neighbors.
Do you think there is a correlation between Cudahy placing more emphasis on the Special Needs programs, while South Milwaukee and Saint Francis cut theirs with the scores?
2012-2013 DPI Cudahy School District Report Cards
On Wednesday September 4, 2013 there was a Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the new Cudahy Bulldogs’ Club House and Goal Post and net.
Parents: are you part of the bullying problem? Take this quiz.
How are you going to challenge my child?
Gallup More Americans Favor School Officials Having Guns Than Weapon Ban
Dear people who are advocates (that is a soft fancy politically correct word for lobbyist) of budget cuts to education. Where were the outrages and the recalls here?
I was involved this weekend with a private discussion with one of my Facebook friends about whether the mass shooting Friday would have helped avert, minimized or prevent even just one tragedy like the Sandy Hook had the Principal or some select teachers were carrying firearms in school.
So it is that time again that we find ourselves with a City that just doesn’t want to get information to the public! It makes me think that underhanded things happen and are happening. This leads us to have to fish for information and lets rumors fly. Well you know I will air them out and let things fall where they may. Flush them out and bring light to them in a city so bent on keep people in the dark which keeps the rumor mill working overtime.
Advocate - to speak or write in favor of; support or urge by argument, a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of a person, cause, etc. , a person who pleads for or in behalf of another; intercessor, a person who pleads the cause of another in a court of law.
‘You’re not special’ graduation speech sparks buzz
Should teachers and students be Facebook friends?
While act 10 was set forth as a tool for local school districts to control costs, here in Cudahy it is being used as a hammer to "get" people the administration does not like, to fund their "pet" projects, and get ready to come to the taxpayers in a "poor is us" state for a referendum in November. Is Act 10 really working in Cudahy, let's examine.
Here is a question that has perplexed me, angered me, and simply made me question the thought process and wisdom of our School Superintendent and School Board members in regards to the intent NOT to allow Taxpayers to interact with the School Board members in easily used email!
WEAC knows Act 10 is working and they don’t want you to know about it which is why they will not release their own State District Survey Study!
Q. - I have yet to get any details on what insurance the Cudahy district uses. But as I’ve previously said, the current Board approved cutting athletics, art & music, clubs, and dissolving positions.
I would like to see the Elected Officials of Cudahy get serious about the real things plaguing our City.
So I was emailed a PDF version of the April 2012 edition of the Milwaukee Magazine with this email message.
I heard that there is the possibility of a school referendum being considered for the November ballot.
RE-ELECT * GAIL SCHACHT * APRIL 3RD
After the MJS ran the DPI Survey (WEAC really did it) the other day, they took a second look at it and debunks things.
I received an email (I will post the chain below minus personal info) that if I had some free time on my hand I would normally follow up more on. Work has been so, so busy that I just don’t have the time to do it.
I want to redirect people to an awesome post done by Heather Liban on
This is an email response to my post called A Conversation With Two Cudahy Elementary Teachers from Angie Fech.
I recently had the opportunity to sit-down and talk with two Cudahy Elementary teachers.
This is a continuation of “From the Email Inbox”, which was a frustrated City taxpayer and resident on the lack of information in the City of
WMC Talking Points: State Budget Helps Families, Schools
I have been hearing and receiving much misinformation on this ongoing contract and collective bargaining issues when it comes to Cudahy School District.
ICYMI: Reforms Impact on
"I believe that every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity, an obligation; every possession, a duty.” John D. Rockefeller
I personally don’t know any bad teachers. I was lucky when I was a student growing up to have teachers who engaged and cared about me and the other students. Even my third grade teacher in MPS who told me that left-handed people were not as smart and at a disadvantage in life. She made me switch from being left handed to right-handed.
Jay Weber pointed out on his radio show Wednesday, March 23, 2011 that a married couple who are both teachers in Oshkosh and are both retiring, yet they didn’t give their correct salary for effect in a Wall Street Journal article.
2009/10 and 2010/11
I am sure by now you have seen the email, tweet, facebook, blog posts on how 5 states that don’t have collective bargaining for teachers that the students didn’t score well on the ACT/SAT tests is because of no collective bargaining. It is not only fuzzy logic it is not the truth.
Arrowhead High Adds Press, Luxury Boxes To Stadium
You can view the 4th and 8th grade reading test score across the nation.
So the lefties have pushed in
The Cudahy Band Boosters are proud to announce a new fundraising event. Saturday, May 1st, we will be sponsoring our 1st annual "Stand-up Comedy" Show at
Congratulations to Joshua Sobczak Cudahy’s next Drum Major at Cudahy High School Marching Band for next school year!
Part 2 - The Young Voters in High School not able to vote yet.
Let’s start off with a round of questions followed by some brainstorming.
Having taken a look at the budget cuts proposed by South Milwaukee School district administration (and presumably approved by the school board), what I don't see in the proposed cuts is a line item noting that administrators will take a pay cut; why is that? I'd also like to know why members of the school board aren't offering to cut their own pay to help defray in some small way some of the budget cuts. Why are students, teachers, and parents being asked to sacrifice while the district's administrators and elected official are unwilling to make the same sacrifices?