Every month, we provide an area classroom with a $750 grant to help students. If you know of a deserving teacher or class in need, please fill out the form below.  

Getting SMART with Tools for Schools

We're graduating from this year's Tools for Schools award recognizing a “SMART” project for a La Crosse classroom.

Growing tall with Tools for Schools

Healthy eating will soon be in season at St. Stanislaus Elementary School in Winona thanks to our Tools for Schools

Tools for Schools pays-off for hands-on lessons in Houston

A kindergarten class at Houston Elementary School expands their hands-on learning thanks to the Tools for Schools award.

Drone project takes flight with Tools for Schools

Seneca students will get a new outlook on the world around them thanks to the Tools for Schools award.

West Salem Elementary “rocks” and “rolls” Tools for Schools award

That's because West Salem second grade teacher Anne Skaar will use the $750 dollars from SSE Music, Brenengen Auto and

Using “Tools for Schools” to build a LEGO wall

Sparta, WI (WXOW) - The “Toy of the 20th Century” will become a valuable part of a 21st century classroom

Tools for Schools awards VR venture

Onalaska, WI (WXOW) It's Christmas come a little early for a forward thinking classroom at St. Paul's Lutheran School in

Making tools with Tools for Schools award

Technology students at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School will get something of a competitive advantage thanks in part to the Tools for

Creating a bilingual library with Tools for Schools

Sparta Meadowview Middle School teacher Kelly Remus is this months recipient of the $750 grant.

Coon Valley Elementary is the new winner of Tools for Schools

Students at Coon Valley Elementary School are finishing the building of a School Community Garden, and thanks to the Tools for

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68°
Whitehall
62°
Prairie Du Chien
67°
Tomah
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Rochester
67°
Heat, Humidity, T-storms…

Heat, Humidity, T-storms…

Readings into the 90s will return Wednesday and last through the rest of the week

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