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Seeds of Health Public Schools is committed to the health and wellbeing of our students and school community. We are proud to offer a comprehensive array of supports and services for our student body that includes a team of professionals including therapists, counselors, social workers, nurses and other specialized staff who care for our students and make sure that they can reach their full potential.
Ms. Yurk has been with Seeds of Health since 2000, most recently as the principal of Seeds of Health Elementary. She spent fourteen years at Grandview High School as a social studies teacher and as the curriculum and assessment coordinator.
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We at Seeds of Health were prepared to open our schools for in-person instruction in the fall. However, the City of Milwaukee Health Department has issued its final mandate effective immediately restricting the opening of schools this fall. As a result, all Seed of Health schools (Grandview, Tenor, Veritas, and Seeds of Health Elementary) will be opening ONLINE beginning August 31st, 2020. When the pandemic began last spring, our schools were prepared to transition to online learning and when we begin the 2020 school year, our teachers will be even better prepared for online instruction and will address any concerns you might have regarding providing appropriate instruction for your child.
On May 13, 2020, the Wisconsin Supreme Court lifted the statewide "Safer at Home" order. However, all public and private K-12 schools in Wisconsin are ordered to remain closed for the rest of the school year. Following this order, all Seeds of Health buildings will remain closed and students will finish the school year with virtual learning.
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Veritas English teacher Joe Neman has been selected to explore the South African towns and cities described in Trevor Noah's autobiography "Born a Crime," experiencing first-hand the historic settings of the apartheid and learning how the people have used comedy and storytelling to present universal truths about the human experience, to ultimately teach students to do the same thing in their own communities.
Title I schools are recognized for demonstrated high-achievement, high-progress, and/or beating the odds.