But here's all I know right now. The Capital Times reported on Tuesday that:
This fall, armed with emergency permits that will let them teach Chinese while working toward full state licensure, the 18 fellows will spread out to private and public schools in Sheboygan Falls, West Bend, Hudson, Janesville, Milwaukee, Nicolet and Shorewood.My italics. Wow, is this overdue. But it looks like this is for Holy Angels and not for the West Bend School system.
Here's a cached copy of the bulletin from Holy Angels I found on Google.
Holy Angels School has been selected by the Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction to participate in the Chinese Critical Language Fellows Program. A handful of Wisconsin schools will be working with the DPI in providing opportunities to develop Chinese instructional models. One of the participants in the program has been selected to teach at Holy Angels. Hai Yu has been hired and he brings a variety of experiences to the position, including the development of textbook materials in Chinese . Hai Yu also teaches at UW-Waukesha and the Milwaukee Modern Chinese School. He is looking forward to developing a program at Holy Angels to complement the German and Spanish elements of our World Language Program for all students K-8.More as it appears.