Schools

Thu
07
May

It’s the season for the Wisconsin Heights Greenhouse Sale

Do you enjoy a beautiful landscape, a simple Mother’s Day gift or fresh vegetables and herbs?  Then you too will enjoy this year’s plant sale at the Wisconsin Heights High School!

Thu
30
Apr

Sauk Prairie High Schoo High and Honor Roll

Sauk Prairie High School 

Trimester 2

High Honor Roll

3.7 – 4.333

Seniors – Class of 2020

 

Acker, Summer J.

Ahmetaj, Flaka

Apel, Ainsley G.

Breunig, Grace K.

Breunig, Macy E.

Thu
30
Apr

Quinn Moses, Tower Rock student, wins Conservation Awareness poster contest


Forty Eight Sauk County students in grades K-12 created posters for the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) Conservation Awareness Poster competition. The Sauk County Land Resources and Environment Department sponsored the program locally, encouraging students to submit unique artwork to address this year’s theme, “Where would we BEE without Pollinators?” Quinn Moses, from Tower Rock Elementary, won 1st place is the 2nd-3rd grade elementary division. His poster will move on to regional, state, and national competitions. Students received prizes and awards at each level in which their posters competed and won. Sauk County awarded a special prize for the classroom with the most student participation. This year our winners received an Amazon gift card, wildflower seeds, and custard coupons, generously donated by Culvers. Congratulations to all of the students for their hard work and creativity! The judges were impressed with the level of creativity and thought that each student put into their poster. Information and registration forms for the 2021 NACD Conservation Poster Contest will be made available on our website this fall. If you would like to participate or have any questions about this program, contact Justine Bula at 608-355-4842 or justine.bula@saukcountywi.gov.

Forty Eight Sauk County students in grades K-12 created posters for the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) Conservation Awareness Poster competition.

Thu
23
Apr

Sauk Prairie High School celebrates National Student Leadership Week


Left to right, top: Olivia Davis, Olivia Flanagan, Mason Gassman, Ava Haake, Elizabeth Keichinger. Bottom: Kylie Krayer, Abbey McCumber, Macey McIntyre, Jenna Pistono, Jazlyn Sebastian.

Sauk Prairie High School will join thousands of schools throughout the United States, and around the world to celebrate National Student Leadership Week, April 19–25. The week is dedicated to recognizing and reinforcing the important role of student leaders. The theme for this year’s event is “Leadership in Lights.” 

Thu
09
Apr

Wisconsin Heights photos

At school and at play

 

Throwback Thursday

Thu
09
Apr

Wisconsin Heights honor roll

2019-20 High School 3rd quarter

HIGH HONOR ROLL

 

Grade 12

Cody Amble

Raegan Doherty

Dylan Gee

Tanner Gee

Kelsi Handel

Lauren Henningfield

Natalie Hering

Riley Holcomb

Ivy Kartman

Ozur Kepler

Alexander LeVoy

Thu
09
Apr

Wisconsin Heights to continue to pay bus drivers

Seated six feet apart in the Step Room at their March 30 meeting, the Wisconsin Heights School board grappled with the new reality of running a school district in the Coronavirus era.

The district chose to pay district employees at their regular rate through the closure. The motion read:

Thu
02
Apr

Wisconsin Heights 3rd grader's spring poetry

Biking

thick-tires, Trek

peddling, speeding, tiring

two-wheeled, all terrain, springy, on-foot

lumbering, limping, strolling

strollers, pleasure

Walking

By Grayson Wolf

 

Fox

charming, bright-eyed

sneaking, running, playing

Thu
02
Apr

Tower Rock’s Kelly Petrowski wins award


Kelly Petrowski, in front, 2nd from the right, with the Tower Rock staff.

Tower Rock principal, has been awarded the Outstanding Administrator Award by the Wisconsin Title 1 Association. The award, given out annually, is to honor a Wisconsin administrator who demonstrates leadership in the Title 1 program and in his/her school or district.

Thu
02
Apr

Heights continues to monitor pandemic

Despite schools not operating in the traditional fashion as a result of COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus, District officials are continuing to work on developing a plan to address the District’s facility needs.

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