Mr. McHenry is MAS CEO & now...podcast guest!
MAS CEO Anthony McHenry sat down (virtually) with Bridge the City Host Benjamin Rangel. They talk about how MAS & other Milwaukee schools have been navigating this challenging time, things to celebrate despite everything, and what you can do to support young people.
Thank you Northwestern Mutual for spreading a little cheer this winter to our MAS families! In December, we gave out more than 50 boxes of food with non-perishable goods like spaghetti sauce, noodles, fruit, cereals, chicken noodle soup & more! We are grateful to our partners who are stepping up to help MAS support our families during this difficult time.
Meals Served by the Numbers...
4,000 +
meals delivered per week
50,000 +
meals served this school year
High School High Honors by the numbers...
96 HS Scholars

received Honor Roll or High Honor Roll awards this trimester!!!

More about Savannah...
HaVannah BreAnn Goggans is a first grader at Milwaukee Academy of Science. HaVannah is the youngest of SEVEN siblings who have enthusiastically attended MAS.... Her mom is a chef and father works for UPS. HaVannah’s likes watching movies with her family, dancing, taking pictures, and playing her brother’s video games. During virtual learning, HaVannah misses her teachers and friends, especially recess with her friends. She has fun in virtual learning because she has a classroom in her house with desks and posters on their walls, and especially loves the days when her Mom takes her on COVID-safe field trips. 
7:00 am: I wake up, brush my teeth, wash my face, and change out of my jammies. 
7:20 am: My sisters help me clean my room while my Mom makes me breakfast. 
7:40 am: I eat pancakes with orange and milk for breakfast. 
8:00 am: I log into the morning meeting with Ms. Schoeller, do the calendar and weather. I really like it when the teacher calls on me and love being in class. But to help me especially focus, sometimes my Mom gives me a reward of goldfish to stay attentive.
8:30 am: I log into SEL, here we learn about how to be a good friend! 
8:45 am: I start math class. We learn to count "ten friends", how to add and subtract.
10:30 am: I go into science class. We learn about ways to take care of our earth.
11:00 am: I get out of class and work on my Zearn lesson while my Mom makes me my favorite peanut butter and jelly sandwich, goldfish crackers, cheese sticks, and juice for lunch. 
11:30 am: I go out to the porch and see what the weather is like.... it is cold with lots of snow today!
12:00 pm: I go to ELA with Ms. Popple where I learn about phonics, how to write a complete sentence, and identifying key details of stories. 
1:00 pm: I have a break in zoom calls. I get tired so I take a nap. 
1:45 pm: I get up from resting my brain and have a cup of water and an apple. 
2:00 pm: I have a last virtual call with Ms. Schoeller and say goodbye to my friends on zoom.