Pilgrim Park Middle School STEM Gateway to Technology Course student Jack Lutynski, 13, uses a lap-top computer to help them design a "drag racing car" in school Friday, Jan. 10, 2014, in Brookfield, Wis.
Germantown's Evan Westenberg (32) goes up for a jumper past Homestead's Jaylen Key (35) as Germantown's Jacob Showalter (14) and Homestead's Jerrod Walton (21) and Luke Mueller (25) look on during the third period of the varsity teams game in Germantown High School Friday, Jan. 10, 2014, in Germantown, Wis. Germantown won the game 72-63 for their 69th consecutive win.
Wauwatosa's Joey Rampolla swims the Butterfly Stroke as he competes in the 200 Yard Invividule Medley event of the 50th Annual Rocket Invite swim meet held in South Milwaukee High School Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, in South Milwaukee, Wis.
Elijah Goodman of Brookfield Central fakes Milwaukee Vincent’s Jamal White into the air in the second quarter of the visiting Lancers’ 87-69 non-conference basketball victory Saturday, January 11, 2014.
Barbara Jean Osterman hugs son Glen Denlinger, of Greenfield, Wis., for the first time in General Mitchel Field after arriving from Texas Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, in Milwaukee, Wis. Osterman had given Denlinger up for adoption in 1972 and Tuesday was the first time they had met in person as adults.
Actor and actress Michael Chobanoff and Julia Snider(cq) laugh while watching a rehearsal of the Sunset Play House's up-coming production of "Murder on the Nile" in the theatre Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, in Elm Grove, Wis. The play opens Jan. 23.
Puzzle the dog looks on as nine year old Ethan Swecker reads a book to the dog in the Greenfield Public Library Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Greenfield, Wis. Puzzle is a thearapy dog who acts as an aid to encourage children to read.
Referee Bob Longdin looks on as South Milwaukee's Calvin Shilling (rear) wrestles Greendale's Kennedy Steinberg (top) in Greendale High School Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, in Greendale, Wis. Kennedy won the 152 pound match.
Melissa Vanselow, playing the part of "Princess Winnfred" and the rest of the caste of "Once Upon A Mattress" rehearse for the up-coming production in New Berlin West High School Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014, in New Berlin, Wis. The play opens Jan. 30.
Gwen Snitko shows Mayor Steve Ponto photos of herself in her professional dancing days. The mayor presented her with a proclamation to mark Snitko’s 100th birthday at the Lighthouse of Brookfield on Jan. 8.
"Princess Beaurty" played by Madeline Carroll, pricks her finger on a spindle on her 16th birthday. After announcing birthdays of audience members, The Childrenâ€™s Theatre of Wauwatosa Teen Troupe performed â€œSleeping Beautyâ€ on Jan. 11 at Wauwatosa West High School.
A hands-on art workshop and presentation with Lily Yeh, second from right, titled "Community Building Through Art" was held Jan. 13 at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. She said "when you have a small voice, you have to find a new way to communicate." So when she wanted the classes attention, she would start to sing while walking around the room and gathering people along the way to sing with her until she had everone's attention.
Ivy Owen (left) paints an area of a panel with Maggie Savage (back, left), Caroline Maul, Theo Poppert, Artist Paula DeStefanis, Dominic Presberg and other Richard School first graders as part of an Artist-In-Residence project led by DeStefanis and funded by the school's Parent teacher Organization. All students are participating in the project that will result in two multi-panel murals to be permanently hung in the school's Great Hall.
Sophmores Meredith DeBack (left) and Raven Borek place orders for t-shirts being sold by the Muskego High School's National Honor Society and Boys Basketball team in support of Jane Kralj, a school counselor who is being treated for cancer. Students are to wear the t-shirts at Feb. 7 basketball games dedicated to Kralj.