Schools

SPSD retirees part II

This second installment of Sauk Prairie School District retiree interviews features Lynn Wipperfurth and Pat Klappa from Sauk Prairie Middle School and Glenn Schuster, Reid Patterson, and Joan Horne of Grand Avenue Elementary.

 

Lynn Wipperfurth

 

Sauk Prairie School District drops mask requirement

Sauk Prairie School District’s summer school programs will look different in the COVID-19 era, as masks are now optional inside buildings. At the recommendation of Superintendent Jeff Wright, the board chose to go maskless. Significantly, the area within the boundaries of the District has had no new cases in the past week.

Above the Line


The May Above the Line theme was “Citizenship.” On Thursday, May 13, the students listed below received awards from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they are an individual that demonstrates citizenship in and out of the classroom. Congratulations to these students! Bottom Row (L to R): Eli Navarre, Abraham Maldonado, Mason Ramirez, Keaton Murphy, Ryette Smith Second Row (L to R): Parker Lucas, Gemma Miller, Levi Sadek, Karly Kepler, Dany Alcantar Ramirez Third Row (L to R): Raymond Dohm, Kellen Ryan, Chris VonHaden, Braelynn Frantz, Nina Balistreri, Calista Brickl Fourth Row (L to R): Emma Smith, Devan Bell, Katryn Good, Jayden Teague, Madilyn Noltner Fifth Row (L to R): Natalie Klein, Micah Nolden, Braylin Breunig, Gabriella Bletsch, Alexis Gramza Top Row (L to R): Landon Rider, James Holdener, Caden Argall, Elliot Ruhland, Jordan Signorile Not Pictured: Jasmine Walls, Sawyer Denu, Ava Sadek, Charlotte Brennan, Danica Baxter.

The May Above the Line theme was “Citizenship.”  On Thursday, May 13, the students listed below received awards from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they are an individual that demonstrates citizenship in and out of the classroom.  Congratulations to these students!

19 retire from Sauk Prairie School District this year

The Sauk Prairie School District will bid “Happy Retirement” to nineteen retirees this year representing 408 years serving the district and 478 total years serving education.

Vanguard Class of ‘21 graduates

The Wisconsin Heights Class of 2021 graduated last Sunday under blue skies outdoors on the football field. For the first time in over a year the bright smiles of students were visible at school. The class of ‘21 endured a year masked and at times out of school, but their joy was evident.

 

Wisconsin Heights digs in preparing for single campus

The Wisconsin Heights School District broke ground on a new $27 million single campus building on Monday, May 24, with everyone getting in on the ceremonial shoveling. Board members, administration, and even little students got their chance to dig in with silver shovels and make a start on the large construction project.

Ground-breaking for $27 million Wisconsin Heights single campus to be held May 24

Wisconsin Heights School District is celebrating the start of construction with a groundbreaking event at Wisconsin Heights Middle and High School, with funding for the new building addition receiving community referendum approval on November 3, 2020. The ceremonial turning of the dirt will occur on May 24, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. 

Towering houses of cards for Wisconsin Heights students

Students in Mrs. Acker’s class in Wisconsin Heights didn’t give up, they encouraged each other, and the end results were some tall towers. They realized that ‘playing’ with cards to build a tower required a plan, implementing ideas, and often starting over.  

Sauk Prairie Honor Rolls

Sauk Prairie High School

Term 3

High Honor Roll

3.7 - 4.333

Seniors - Class of 2021

 

Adam T. Baier

Anna K. Ballweg

Kyle R. Bascom

Ella M. Basken

Joseph K. Baumgardt

Samuel J. Beattie

Kyle G. Been

Callie L. Blackley

Kaitlyn A. Brickl

Heights chooses insurance

The Wisconsin Heights School Board wrestled last week with the thorny but all-to-common decision of changing health care plans for their employees. Staying with their current plan would cost $210,000, while the new plans would wind up with a net difference of zero.

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