Sauk Prairie Marching Band having break-out season

The Sauk Prairie Marching Band is halfway through their 2022 competitive season, and they have yet to take any lower than 1st place overall among all competing bands. This past weekend, the band traveled to Waukesha, WI, and participated in MarchFest at Waukesha South High School. There, they took first place in class AA and first place among all fifteen competing bands regardless of class with a score of 77.225! The group swept all four caption awards for Best Music, Best Visual, Best Percussion, and Best Colorguard. Then on Sunday, the band traveled to the Fox River Invite at Waukesha West High School. A little rain couldn’t keep them down! They took first place in class AA and all competing groups with a new record high score of 80.913! Again, the group swept all caption awards. The band would like to thank everyone who has had even the tiniest part of their success this season. They are well aware it takes a village and are so glad that we have two! The Marching Band travels to Greendale High School on Saturday, October 1st for their next event. All details about the band can be found on their website at or you can check out their YouTube channel - “Sauk Prairie Music.”

The Sauk Prairie Marching Band is halfway through their 2022 competitive season, and they have yet to take any lower than 1st place overall among all competing bands.  

Wisconsin Heights combined campus grand opening is Friday, September 30th

Wisconsin Heights School District invites the community to celebrate the completion of its one-campus project on Friday, September 30, 2022. The event will commence at 4 p.m. with self-guided tours of the facility, followed by a short ceremony in the elementary gymnasium at 5 p.m.

Governor Evers visits Wisconsin Heights, Eliza Gullickson wins scholarship


SPSD saving taxpayers money by prepaying debt

Cash defeasances were the topic of technical discussion at the Sauk Prairie School Board meeting last week. Baird & Co. gave a presentation on the ways the district has been managed its debt and saving taxpayers money.

Heights introduces new COVID protocols

District Administrator Jordan Sinz told the Wisconsin Heights School Board about the new COVID-19 policy at their meeting last week. The policy is:


Students and staff who test positive for COVID-19:

● Must isolate for 5 days

Sauk Prairie School District breaks ground on new greenhouse

The Sauk Prairie School District broke ground on its new greenhouse on Friday, August 12th.  The new Jeff Hicken Horticultural Learning Center will serve as a classroom and greenhouse as part of Sauk Prairie’s agricultural education program.  It is named in honor of Jeff Hicken, a former Ag Science teacher and Sauk Prairie School Board member wh

Wisconsin Reading Corps looking for tutors at Wisconsin Heights

Wisconsin Reading Corps is seeking a reading tutor to begin serving in Mazomanie at Wisconsin Heights Elementary School in August. Overall, 300 tutors are being sought to serve in schools across the state for the 2022-23 school year.

Wisconsin Heights School District Honor Roll

2021-22 High School Quarter 4



Grade 12

Edie Bollenbach

Devin Brabender

Kylee Doherty

Weston Parman

Natalie Pickhard

Sophie Reader

Emily Weitzel


Grade 11

Zoe Acker

Andrew Holcomb

Keera Payne

Abigail Walz


Sauk Prairie School District Honor Roll

Sauk Prairie High School – Honor Roll 2021-2022


Trimester 3

High Honor Roll


3.7 – 4.333

Seniors – Class of 2022

Emma R. Aschliman

Jade L. Babcock

Connor J. Ballweg

Signe R. Begalske

Bjorn V. Bradley

Lauren E. Breunig

Makenzie O. Breunig

Grand Avenue end-of-year assembly

Grand Avenue had their end-of-the-year assembly on June 8th.  At right are photos of students who received various awards and recognition which included: Young Authors Contest, Chorus, Ukulele Club, Xylophone Ensemble, Safety Patrol, and Attendance.  The fifth graders also created a mural that will be added to the school’s cou


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