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Sauk Prairie students learn about hard work and giving


It maybe cold outside, but Grade 1 students at Bridges are warming hearts. Students earned money at home by doing chores or jobs around the house. The money they earned was then donated to buy items needed by the Hope House. Students wrapped the presents and hand delivered them when a Hope Representative visited the school. These 1st graders really experienced the joy of giving!

It maybe cold outside, but Grade 1 students at Bridges are warming hearts.

Sauk Prairie School District’s Jeff Wright named ‘one to watch’

Sauk Prairie School District Superintendent Jeff Wright has recently been named a ’Superintendent to Watch’ by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).

Grand Avenue students’ ‘Above The Line’ theme is responsibility


The December Above The Line theme was “Responsibility.” The students listed below received awards on Friday, December 17th, from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they are an individual that is responsible. Congratulations to these students! Bottom Row (L-R): Olivia Falkenstein, Evan Ryan, Brooklyn Biddick, Anthony Perez, Nellie Kaderavek, Darwin Ausman, Emma Pletzer, Blake Von Haden, Cooper Considine, & Elizabeth Cook. 2nd Row (L-R): Brody Walch, Myla Steinmetz, Marlee Slawson, Tegan Ripp, Kelton Royster, Korey McFarland, Ryker Koenig, Khloe Walker, & Esmeralda Sebastian. 3rd Row (L-R): Christopher Von Haden, Charlie Lueck, Peyton Bowen, Harper Lenerz, Bryce Argall, Vann Ambort, & Lyla Sherman. Top Row (L-R): Colin McCorison, Devan Bell, Ellie Reinart, Giuliana Pacholke, Chesney Braund, & Emmeline Smith. Not Pictured: Clementine Steiner, Ethan Desso, Paityn Hauge, Brandon Nolden, Kellen Dutton, & Braelynn Frantz.

The December Above The Line theme was “Responsibility.”  The students listed below received awards on Friday, December 17th, from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they are an individual that is responsible.  Congratulations to these students!  

Wisconsin Heights High and Honor rolls

2021-22 High School Quarter 1

HIGH HONOR ROLL

 

Grade 12

Natalie Bartel

Edie Bollenbach

Devin Brabender

Kylee Doherty

James Doyle

Ashley Mickelson

Weston Parman

Natalie Pickhard

Sophie Reader

Sauk Prairie School District awarded $2.4 million grant to help students get a leg up in working world


Deputy Secretary Sam Rikkers presented the grant, with Sauk Prairie High School Principal Chad Harnisch to the left, and Superintendent Jeff Wright further left. Tywana Germain is on the right.

The Sauk Prairie School District was awarded a $2.4 million workforce innovation grant from the State of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation last week. The grant focuses on advanced manufacturing, agri-science, and healthcare careers.

Wisconsin Heights FFA members go to National Convention in Indianapolis

By Keera Payne, Wisconsin Heights FFA Reporter

 

Merrimac students get to baking pumpkin pies

Second grade students at Merrimac Community School baked pies for the community dinner. Students learned about pumpkins, seeds, and wrote the recipe for pie. They also did some taste-testing to be assured of the quality!

Raising the roof


Construction crew raise the walls for the new gymnasium at the Wisconsin Heights campus this week.

Construction crew raise the walls for the new gymnasium at the Wisconsin Heights campus this week.

Wisconsin Heights report card: ”exceeds expectations”

District report cards from the state for Wisconsin Heights are in and the district scored high in the rankings. According to District Administrator Jordan Sinz, “[Wisconsin Heights] students performed well on the state assessments that were given during the 20-21 school year.

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