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February Above the Line at Grand Avenue was “Empathy”


The February Above The Line theme was “Empathy.” The students listed below received awards on Friday, February 25, from their classroom teacher or staff who felt that they are an individual that is empathetic toward others. Congratulations to these students! Bottom Row (L-R): Max Mereau, Janie Kinney, Ava Dupree, Izzy Cook, Adam Novak, Keira Breunig, Brock Wipperfurth, Makenna Getgen, Clara Divine, Grayson Whaley. 2nd Row (L-R): Nadya Khodakivska, Parker Weum, Preston Ott, Raelynn Johnson, Natalie Nurkala, Violet McHargue, Marisol Reyes Guethlein, Peyton Schmidt, Emily Fish. 3rd Row (L-R): Dany Alcantar Ramirez, Brock Maier, Grace Schmidt, Daneya Rowe-Smith, Audrey Judd, Ivan Saavedra Hernandez, Carly Jorgenson, Josie Kinney, Sienna Ganser. Top Row (L-R): Gracyn Hehenberger, Henry Dean, Alex Williams, Willy Pickett, Lydia Brantmeyer, Kenedi Lewellin, Hudson Ballweg. Not Pictured: Jackson Schulz.

The February Above The Line theme was “Empathy.”  The students listed below received awards on Friday, February 25, from their classroom teacher or staff who felt that they are an individual that is empathetic toward others.  Congratulations to these students!

Masks optional but recommended at Wisconsin Heights

In a letter to parents this week, the Wisconsin Heights School District announced it would be going to “masking recommended” guidance going forward. With the expiration of the Dane County mask mandate, there are no guidelines requiring masks at school.

District Administrator Jordan Sinz explained in the letter:

Wisconsin Heights honor rolls

2021-22 High School Quarter 2

HIGH HONOR ROLL

 

Grade 12

 

Natalie Bartel

Edie Bollenbach

Kylee Doherty

Taylor Henningfield

Carson Hosking

Caiden Murphy

Weston Parman

Natalie Pickhard

Sophie Reader

Braden Ripp

 

Grade 11

 

Black Earth Elementary site sold

The Wisconsin Heights School District is in the real estate market as it attempts to sell the Black Earth and Mazomanie Elementary school sites. On December 13, the board approved the purchase of the Black Earth Elementary site to TKSK Enterprises.

Meanwhile, at school...

Above, Wisconsin Heights students braved three-degree temperatures to play in the snow recently. Above left, Ms. Backus at Wisconsin Heights doesn’t have her students measure snow depth. No....they measure how much their paperwhites grow overnight. They grow by inches from one day to the next!

Above the line


The January Above the Line theme was “Trustworthiness.” The students listed below received awards on Friday, January 28th, from their classroom teacher or staff who felt that they are an individual that is trustworthy. Congratulations to these students! Bottom Row (L-R): Natalia Kelley, Aldon Rhode, Shelby Cooper, Ruby Rinabarger, Kimberly Puga, Rylin Murphy, Jacob Shields, Makenna Getgen Second Row (L-R): Austin Witwen, Makenzy Wilke, Hallie Slaney, Leah Schwartz, Abraham Maldonado, Monse Mendez Retamoza, Londyn Kleist, Malla Baxter Third Row (L-R): Keaton Murphy, Brock Esser, Amaya Sutfin, Jude Hellenbrand, Joseph Butler, Ethan Anderson, Brayden Greiber, Margaret Engelby Top Row (L-R): Abbey Brereton, Brock Maier, Jayden Hager, Madilyn Noltner, Junior Reyes, Alex Scheunemann Not Pictured: Aliyah Burris, Brody Lewis, Jaxon Dupree, Natalie Nurkala, Colton Drews, Maisey Curtin.

The January Above the Line theme was “Trustworthiness.” The students listed below received awards on Friday, January 28th, from their classroom teacher or staff who felt that they are an individual that is trustworthy. Congratulations to these students!

Merrimac Kindergarteners draw some cold-weather companions


After reading Madeleine Floyd’s Cold Paws, Warm Heart, Kindergarten students at Merrimac followed directions to draw their own polar bear. They blended chalk pastel to make the bear’s fur and quickly learned that chalk can get pretty messy! After cutting out their bear, students glued it to a snowy background they created with torn paper.

After reading Madeleine Floyd’s Cold Paws, Warm Heart, Kindergarten students at Merrimac followed directions to draw their own polar bear. They blended chalk pastel to make the bear’s fur and quickly learned that chalk can get pretty messy!

Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation touts Sauk Prairie School District grant

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation recently wrote a story about Sauk Prairie School District and their recent $2.4 million Workforce Innovation Grant. Here’s the story:

 

Wisconsin Heights elementary principal changes on the horizon

A few changes will be coming to the elementary principals at Wisconsin Heights next year. With the new year and the combined campus, Scott Moore will take over as sole elementary principal. Current Mazomanie Elementary principal and curriculum director Dale Green will transition into District Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Director.

Sauk Prairie High School Honor Rolls

Sauk Prairie High School – Honor Roll 2021-2022

 

Trimester 1

High Honor Roll

3.7 – 4.333

 

Seniors – Class of 2022

 

Jade L. Babcock

Connor J. Ballweg

Signe R. Begalske

Emma K. Bockhop

Bjorn V. Bradley

Lauren E. Breunig

Makenzie O. Breunig

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