MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Thousands of Wisconsin school youngsters ended their summer vacations Tuesday morning.
It’s the first day of fall classes for the vast majority of the state’s 424 public school districts – plus private schools, colleges, and universities.
Governor Scott Walker was scheduled to take part in a bell-ringing ceremony at Garland Elementary School in Milwaukee.
At Glendale Nicolet High School, parents and residents continued a tradition of applauding students as they walked on a red carpet into the building.
State public school Superintendent Tony Evers was set to be at a middle school in Mequon, encouraging youngsters to think about what they want to do after they graduate from high school.