Thursday, March 14, 2013
Maria Reyes, 28, was charged with disorderly conduct after police say she threatened a teacher's aide in the school parking lot.
A 28-year-old Milwaukee woman has been charged following a March 7 incident outside Canterbury Elementary School. Police say a teacher's aide was trying to leave the school parking lot but was parked in by Maria Reyes, who after the aide asked her to move her car, threatened to get a gun and "blow her (expletive) head off," according to a criminal complaint. Reyes, meanwhile, countered that she told the aide to stop pounding on her window or else she would use her gun in self-defense, according to the complaint. Reyes was charged Monday with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. The charge carries a maximum penalty of a $1,000 fine or 90 days in jail.
Monday, March 11, 2013
The woman said she would take out her gun if the school aide did not get away from her car.
A woman was charged with disorderly conduct after she allegedly threatened a Canterbury Elementary School aide, reported FOX6 News. The aide was trying to leave the school parking lot on March 7, but was unable to back out because Maria Reyes' car had been blocking her, according to the station. When the aide asked Reyes' to move the vehicle, she refused, and threatened to take out her gun if the aide didn't get out of the way, FOX6 reported.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
These students at Canterbury Elementary raise a ton of money for Jump Rope For Heart.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
A number of students from Canterbury Elementary got their jump on for a healthy cause with Jump Rope For Heart and raised a ton of money.
Students from Canterbury Elementary raised $4,202.48 for Jump Rope For Heart this year. According to school officials, this surpassed their goal of $4,000 and is a record for Canterbury.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
A third grade Canterbury class created and sold Greendale History books to help raise funds for the Hose Tower.
A third grade class at Canterbury Elementary School sold books about Greendale history and donated the $200 sales to the Greendale Historical Society’s Hose Tower Preservation project fund. On Friday the class presented Greendale Historical Society board members Ted and Mary Mainella with a "check" of $205. The idea emerged when teachers Jenna LePine, Randy Beres and Katie Matel took the class on a tour of Greendale's Village Center, which included the Hose Tower. The idea was born shortly after. It took the class about three months to complete the book, according to LePine. The Hose Project calls for renovation of the building and turning it into a community gathering place. The Village agreed last year to match funds raised by the …
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
A photo slideshow of Canterbury students showing their support for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Friday, September 2, 2011
There is nothing like the first day of school to hint that summer is just about over. Parents, take a look at some first day of school photos at the Greendale elementary schools to help ease the pain of the thoughts of cold seasons to come. Patch wishes luck to Highland View, College Park and Canterbury!