South Side Law Offices Open New Madison Branch – Blue Sky Law

(Cudahy, WI) South Side Law Offices announced the opening of a new Madison based practice which will be called “Blue Sky Law Office.”  Located just minutes from the Madison airport, firm Managing Director Mick Ademi says he hopes to offer assistance to new clients throughout the City of Madison.

Symphony Advancement will assist Blue Sky in the development of its new website targeting customers throughout the Madison area.

Blair Elementary School Recommended for WAB Funding

(Waukesha, WI) The Wisconsin Arts Board announced on April 5, 2019 that Waukesha Blair Elementary School has been recommended to receive funding for the creation of a Latino Arts Education after school program. The project must still receive final approval during the State budget process.  If funded the Latino Arts Education program will create a bilingual arts education intervention featuring Latino artists, writers and theater subject matter.

“The impact of Arts Education programming is widely recognized today,” said Symphony Managing Director Jeffrey Robb, “there is a notable gap in services, however when it comes to finding arts education programs specifically suited to a Latino audience.”

Blair hopes that by modeling the highly successful Academy at Civic Theatre (ACT) program offered by Waukesha Civic Theatre, the new Latino Arts project will attract and engage bilingual and Spanish speaking students.  The project is a collaboration with Waukesha Civic Theatre.


Waukesha Whittier Elementary Awarded $25,000 Grant

(Waukesha, WI) Whittier Elementary School located in Waukesha Wisconsin was awarded a GE Healthcare “Big Ideas” grant in the amount of $25,000.  The announcement was made Friday April 12, 2019.  A check presentation ceremony will be held on May 2, 2019 at 7:45am at the school.

Principal Tahereh DeLeon stated she was excited and overwhelmed to hear the good news.  Funding will support the creation of a special “makers space” at the school.  The proposed new makers space will include several distinct lab areas and collaboration spaces including: an online learning lab, arts space, outdoor gardens and technology lab.  The center will be named the GE Healthcare Learning For Life Center at Whittier Elementary.

Work on the new center is scheduled to begin this summer.  The project is expected to require several years to complete.  Additional funding is currently being sought to aid in equipment purchases, construction and renovation costs.

Symphony congratulates Waukesha Whittier on this exciting new project.