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SDNB Reshuffle

New Berlin Schools, NBPS Administrators, City government

Nicole Jones, who has been serving as Interim Principal at Eisenhower this past year has been selected to be the district's new Director of Human Resources beginning in July.   Cory Whitsell, the principal at Ronald Reagan Elementary,  will fill the permanent position of Eisenhower principal next school year.

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Study: Wisconsin Roads Ranked 3rd- Worst in Nation

State

The  Green Bay Press Gazette reports:

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Bad News for Scott Walker and Ron Johnson in Latest MU Poll

Elections, State

According to the poll released today by Marquette University Law School,  reported by  JSonline:

  • 55% of Wisconsin voters disapprove of  Gov.  Walker's job performance
  • Walker's  approval rating dropped to 41%,  down from 49% in the last poll on Oct 26
  • A majority (53%) think the state is headed in the wrong direction and only 43% believe it's on the right track
  • 78% of voters opposed Walker's plan to cut aid to schools by $127 million
  • 70% oppose Walker's plan to cut $300 million to the University of Wisconsin System
  • 79% of voters opposed public funding for  a 700,000 square foot arena for the Milwaukee Bucks in downtown Milwaukee
  • 60% said they opposed Walker's plans to take away the policymaking powers for the 7-member Natural Resources Board
  • 54% oppose removing  limits on the number  of students outside of Milwaukee and Racine who can receive publicy funded vouchers
  • 50% oppose the "right to work" legislation that was signed into law recently
  • Re: Walker's presidential bid---In a head-to-head matchup, Walker trailed Hillary Clinton 52% to 40%. She also led all the other likely Republican candidates

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Administrative Creep

New Berlin Schools, NBPS Administrators, School Board, Elections

The School District of New Berlin spends too much on overhead argued New Berlin School Board candidate Yan Nenadykh at the March 21 Voters Forum.  ( Nenadykh, a former math teacher,  has been a civil engineer for the last 30 years. He is a vice president and partner in an engineering firm and uses his degree in accounting to handle budgets and finances ---reported New Berlin NOW )

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New Berlin Resident Running for Circuit Court Judge

Elections

In case you missed it---

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