Audubon Middle School Offers a Bilingual Education Program that is designed to ensure that English Language Learners become fluent and literate in English. It also stresses retention and development of a child’s primary language and use of that language as a vehicle for exploring and acquiring a second language.
Boys & Girls Club (CLC)
After school services are offered through the Community Learning Center coordinated by the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee. Activities include homework help, academic tutoring, computer classes, organized sports, and various clubs.
CLC is available Monday through Thursday from 3:55 – 7:00 pm. All students MUST be picked up before 7:00 pm.
- 4:00 – 4:30 pm – Homework help/Peer Tutor
- 4:30 – 5:00 pm – Academic Hour (Comic Book club, Flocabulary, J.A.)
- 5:00 – 5:15 pm – Snack
- 5:15 – 6:15 pm – Recreation time (Teen Center, Computer lab, Gym)
- 6:15 – 6:55 pm – Choice time
Cost for the program is FREE. Please contact Phil Salter, Club Manager, at 414-902-7930 or firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll.
Please make sure all travel arrangements are made. City bus tickets are provided to those who need them. Students must stay until 5:00 pm to receive a bus ticket.
Project Lead the Way (PLTW)
PLTW is the leading provider of rigorous and innovative Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) education curricular programs used in middle and high schools across the U.S. STEM education is at the heart of today’s high-tech, high-skill global economy. For America to remain economically competitive, our next generation of leaders — the students of today — must develop the critical-reasoning and problem-solving skills that will help make them the most productive in the world. The PLTW curriculum is founded in the fundamental problem-solving and critical-thinking skills taught in traditional career and technical education (CTE), but at the same time integrates national academic and technical learning standards and STEM principles, creating what U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan calls one of the “great models of the new CTE succeeding all across the country.” PLTW was recently cited by the Harvard Graduate School of Education as a “model for 21st century career and technical education.
Black & Latino Male Achievement (BLMA)
Recognizing that Black and Latino boys and young men face unique challenges in school, career, and life, BMLA works to improve the outcomes of Black and Latino male students within Milwaukee Public Schools by challenging systems, structures, and spaces of oppression, and seeks to create conditions that promote greater success. Through their work, Black and Latino boys and young men will possess an affirmed sense of identity, dignity, and self-confidence, and will have the necessary tools to triumphantly navigate K–12, college, career, and life.
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin
We have a strong partnership with the Junior Achievement of Wisconsin program, which inspires and prepares young people to succeed in a global economy. The mission of this program is to ensure that every child in the state has an opportunity to obtain an understanding of the free enterprise system. Lessons are organized according to the MPS Social Studies curriculum. The Junior Achievement curriculum is first implemented in K5 classrooms and continues through eighth grade.
- Art (Ceramics/Clay design, Drawing, Painting)
- Music (Band, Choir)
- Career and Technical Education (NAF and PLTW)
- Computer Technology – GE Lab
- GEAR UP (College Preparedness Program)
- NAF Web Design
- Restorative Justice
- Springboard (Math & English Language Arts)
- AP – Telepresence