Schools

SPSD awarded mental health grant

Sauk Prairie School District Superintendent Jeff Wright introduced a new grant the district received. The SPSD Cross Agency 

Comprehensive Mental Health plan is funded by a U.S. Department of Education School Based Mental Health Grant.

Wisconsin Heights looking to grants to help pay for solar array

The Wisconsin Heights School District is seeking state and federal grants to fund a $1.1 million solar facility, but it could be built without the financial help, District Administrator Jordan Sinz said.

Heights board hears about COVID funds

The Wisconsin Heights School District held its first public input meeting on the spending of Federal funds awarded due to the Coronavirus pandemic at their meeting last week.

Heights Kindergartners do some wintertime painting


Recently, Mrs. Stenner’s Wisconsin Heights 4K class painted pictures using ice cubes and food coloring. So creative!

Recently, Mrs. Stenner’s Wisconsin Heights 4K class painted pictures using ice cubes and food coloring. So creative!

Middle School Spelling Bee winners moving on to regionals


Congratulations to the Sauk Prairie Middle School students who accepted the challenge of competing in the school spelling bee. Spelling bee champs Aaron and Isis advanced to the regional spelling bee on January 31 in Portage.

Congratulations to the Sauk Prairie Middle School students who accepted the challenge of competing in the school spelling bee. Spelling bee champs Aaron and Isis advanced to the regional spelling bee on January 31 in Portage.

Sauk Prairie Superintendent takes a trip to the dentist


Sauk Prairie School District Superintendent Jeff Wright will do almost anything for his students, and that includes facing the dentist. Not only facing the dentist, but being a patient for the District’s own dentistry students. It turns out Wright’s visit was uneventful (no cavities). The Health Occupations class allows students to explore careers in the healthcare field. Thanks to Wisconsin Seal-A-Smile (SAS) experts for teaching our students and other staff volunteers. Wisconsin SAS grants local school-based oral health programs funding to provide preventive dental care to children in more than 850 schools across Wisconsin.

Sauk Prairie School District Superintendent Jeff Wright will do almost anything for his students, and that includes facing the dentist. Not only facing the dentist, but being a patient for the District’s own dentistry students. It turns out Wright’s visit was uneventful (no cavities).

Wisconsin Heights conducting “Child Find” activities

The Wisconsin Heights School District will be conducting its annual “Child Find” activities on Monday, February 13th for children between the ages of two and five years old.  In January, the District is sending out screening questionnaires to the parents and guardians of preschoolers whose names were obtained from the school census.  The questio

Heights conducting “Child Find” activities

The Wisconsin Heights School District will be conducting its annual “Child Find” activities on Monday, February 13th for children between the ages of two and five years old.  In January, the District is sending out screening questionnaires to the parents and guardians of preschoolers whose names were obtained from the school census.  The questio

Sauk Prairie High School will cultivate native prairie plants

Imperiled insect pollinators and monarch butterflies will get some help from high school students this year.     

4th graders at Grand Avenue completed their read-a-thon for Sauk Prairie Food Pantry


The 4th grade students at Grand Avenue completed a read-a-thon, Wednesday, December 21, 2022 to collect money to donate for the Sauk Prairie Food Pantry. After all donations were counted, they raised $1,445. Wow! How generous! Pictured above are students representing the 4th grade classrooms, (left to right) Tate Bindl, Wesley Staples, Blake Von Haden, Ben Patterson, Paige Wood, Cooper Considine, Grayson Whaley, & Kris Ballweg from the food pantry. Thank you to everyone who donated!

The 4th grade students at Grand Avenue completed a read-a-thon, Wednesday, December 21, 2022 to collect money to donate for the Sauk Prairie Food Pantry. After all donations were counted, they raised $1,445. Wow! How generous!

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