The War Memorial Center is offering an “Introduction to Robotics” class featuring the LEGO Education SPIKE Prime Set for grades 5-8. Students will learn how to research, program, design, build, and test components of their robot, including motors and the various sensors like color, touch, distance, and degree. Classes will be held at the War Memorial Center on Wednesdays from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. There is a limit of 12 students per session. Click on the button for more information and how to register for this class.
The Decorating Our Heroes lesson plan tells the stories of 10 Wisconsin servicemen and women who were awarded various medals of valor for their gallantry while serving in various conflicts from World War II, through Vietnam and the conflicts in the Middle East. This, and many other lessons, are free to download and can be found by clicking the Lesson Plans button at the top of this page.
One-on-one interviews and the real life perspective from veterans about the military, war, friends, family,
and the cost of freedom. Veterans from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, up to the continuing Global War on Terror, will share a small part of their background and experience with you.
Students learn about this very special memorial and the emotional journey of two local men who drove out to New York City just before the 10th anniversary of 9/11 to pick up the piece of 9/11 Steel that is the focal point of our memorial.
Students learn about two of the most illustrious characters in U.S. military history – both Milwaukee natives: General Douglas MacArthur and General Billy Mitchell.
Your class, organization, or business can schedule a tour and learn about the history and background of the War Memorial Center. We also
invite school groups, organizations, and businesses to utilize our venue as a site for appropriately themed programs and performances.