School Calendar

University School of Milwaukee publishes certain calendar information to the public website. Additional calendar items for students, parents, alumni and parents of alumni, and other constituency groups can be viewed on myUSM. For 2019–20 school year overview dates, you can also view the 2019–20 Important Dates Calendar, which lists the first and last days of school, breaks and no-school days, and other useful information.

Calendar items display the event or activity name, start and end times (if applicable), and the location. Clicking on the event or activity name will take you to a detail page, which shows any additional details that have been published, along with a contact name with a link to email that person.
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    Head Search Community Forum for Candidate 1

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    Contact: Dawn Taylor
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    Wildcat Wednesday

    N/A

    Head Search Community Forum for Candidate 1

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    Contact: Dawn Taylor

    MS Fall Sports Meeting

    Virginia Henes Young Theatre (US)
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    PS/LS Picture Day

    See details
    PK and JK: Ells conference room
    K–grade 4: Hupy conference room

    Head Search Community Forum for Candidate 2

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    Contact: Dawn Taylor

    US Back to School Night

    Upper School (see details)
    Parents should park in one of the Upper School lots and enter at the Upper School entrance (door 41) or the Mellowes Hall entrance (door 43).

    Administrators will greet you and provide the location of your child's advising group, where you will pick up your evening schedule to follow.
    Contact: Mark Conner
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    Head Search Community Forum for Candidate 2

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    Contact: Dawn Taylor

    US Back to School Dance

    Olson Commons (US)
    Contact: Mark Conner
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    Head Search Community Forum for Candidate 3

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    Contact: Dawn Taylor

    Head Search Community Forum for Candidate 3

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    Contact: Dawn Taylor
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    PS/LS Back to School Night

    PS/LS classrooms

    Speaker Series: Global Scholars

    Virginia Henes Young Theatre (US)
    PLEASE NOTE LOCATION CHANGE TO VIRGINIA HENES YOUNG THEATRE

    USM will welcome Masha Gessen, author of "The Future is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia," which won the National Book Award for Nonfiction in 2017.

    The event is supported by an E.E. Ford Foundation grant for the Global Scholars Crisis Simulation. Individuals in the USM and greater Milwaukee communities are invited to attend this event at no cost. Click here to RSVP.

    About the author:
    Masha Gessen is the author of the National Book Award-winning "The Future Is History: How Totalitarianism Reclaimed Russia" as well as "The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin," "The Brothers: The Road to an American Tragedy" and several other books. A staff writer at the New Yorker and the recipient of numerous awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship and a Carnegie Fellowship, Gessen teaches at Amherst College, and lives in New York City.
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    Junior Parent College Night

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    For parents only
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    Head Search Community Forum for Candidate 4

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    Contact: Dawn Taylor
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    5th Grade Retreat

    Off-campus
    Contact: 5th Grade Student Advisors

    Head Search Community Forum for Candidate 4

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    Contact: Dawn Taylor
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    ACT Testing

    USM
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    Senior Retreat

    Camp Manito-wish
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    Senior Retreat

    Camp Manito-wish

    PS/LS Parent Check-in

    Lee Community Room (LS)
    Conversation with Michael Tauscher, head of Preschool and Lower School, and Gina Bongiorno, assistant head of Preschool and Lower School
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    US Late Start

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    MS Back to School Night

    MS classrooms
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    Speaker Series: What's Happiness Got to Do With It

    Mellowes Hall (US)
    USM/REDgen Speaker Series
    Presenter: Dr. Deborah Gilboa
    Full title: What's Happy Got to Do With It: How to Figure Out What Our Kids Need and What They Want
    Free and open to the general public
    Please RSVP here

    Respected parenting and youth development expert, Deborah Gilboa, MD, is the founder of AskDoctorG.com. Popularly known as Dr. G, her passion for raising kids with character makes her a favorite family physician, media personalityauthor,speaker and social influencer. A mom of four boys, she inspires audiences with relatable stories and easy tools to develop crucial life skills in children ages 2-22.

    Dr. G is a board certified attending family physician at Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill Health Center, caring for diverse patients from 100+ countries, speaking 47 different languages. Her work with the deaf community has received national recognition and was the focus of her service as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow.
    She has received multiple awards for clinical excellence in teaching, including the Alpha Omega Alpha Volunteer Clinical Faculty Award as a Clinical Associate Professor for the University of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine.

    A graduate of University of Pittsburgh’s SOM and Carnegie Mellon University, as well as alumnus of Chicago’s Second City Improv Theater, Dr. G’s diverse background and experiences add to her credibility and lively story-telling.
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