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Coronavirus (COVID-19) School Closure through end of school year

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' Joe Neman travel proposal selected by Fund for Teachers for summer 2021

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.

Congratulations to Sherry Tolkan, Principal of Veritas High School

Seeds of Health is proud to announce Sherry Tolkan's retirement after 28 years of dedicated service. Staff, family, and colleagues gathered together on November 19th to celebrate her many achievements. Sherry Tolkan joined the Seeds of Health family in 1991 as a social studies teacher at Grandview High School.

Students Tour Washington, D.C.

Due to the ongoing generosity of Herb Kohl Philanthropies, 110 students and chaperones from Seeds of Health Elementary, and MC2, Tenor and Veritas high schools toured Washington, D.C. from October 5th-October 9th
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