MADISON (WKOW) – Wisconsin's schools superintendent is
scheduled to take the oath of office on Monday.
Tony Evers beat Don Pridemore in April's election to win his
second four-year term as superintendent.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley is
scheduled to administer the oath of office at Robert M. La Follette High School
in Madison. The ceremony will start at
11:00 a.m. in the school auditorium and Evers is expected to deliver an
inaugural address after he takes the oath.
Lechleiter-Luke, Wisconsin's 2010 high school teacher of the year, will be on
hand to greet guests.
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