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Throughout the years, many of the worthy elements and values of West High have been lost to time. To ensure that we are not complacent with mediocrity, we need to reflect upon and learn from the past. Teachers, pupils, staff and alumni are all collaborating to do just that by developing a school archive that safe-keeps, makes tangible, and provides access to West High history. West High memorabilia are currently being unearthed after being stored away for decades in the farthest reaches of the school and deep within teacher’s and alumni’s homes. If you have anything to contribute, please reach out to westhigharchive@gmail.com.

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The Neighborhood House Community Center is excited to be relaunching our one-on-one youth-adult mentoring program this February! The mentoring program aims to pair kids (ages 7-18) with adult mentors to spend their time working on academic skills, building a positive relationship, socializing and having fun! Together, mentors and mentees work on homework, bake treats, discuss life, play games, make art, and walk to nearby Madison attractions including parks, the zoo, museums, and the UW campus.

 

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