MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- The First Lady wrapped up her visit to Wisconsin.
Dr. Jill Biden was in Milwaukee Wednesday.
She visited Marvin E. Pratt Elementary School where she stressed the importance of helping keep students safe as they return to in-person learning.
"I think our teachers have been amazing in how they've stepped up," said Dr. Biden. "It's all leadership... you set the tone."
After her time in Milwaukee, the First Lady traveled to Des Moines, Iowa to talk about how the Biden administration is supporting families through the American Rescue Plan and its Building Back Better agenda.
MADISON (WKOW) — First Lady Jill Biden is visiting Milwaukee on Wednesday.
According to a news release from Dr. Biden's office, her flight will land at General Mitchell International Airport at 10:15 a.m. before she heads to an elementary school.
"The First Lady will visit Marvin E. Pratt Elementary School and highlight the importance of helping keep students safe as they return to in-person learning," Biden's office said in the release.
The First Lady will leave Milwaukee after the school visit, heading to Des Moines for an event at the Des Moines Area Community College in Ankeny.
Jill last visited Wisconsin a year ago, participating in a "Get Out the Vote" event in Madison.