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Bridges Elementary students win awards

Bridges Elementary students practice Bridges Everyday Expectations (BEE) to Be Kind, Be Safe, and Be Helpful.  They are called our BEE awards.  Students work hard each day to show our BEE traits and classroom teachers and staff nominate them to receive a BEE award at our all school assemblies.  Here are the Kindergarten through 2nd grade

Above the Line


The October Above the Line theme was “Fairness.” The students listed below received awards on Friday, October 21st from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they are an individual that is fair to others. Congratulations to these Grand Avenue students! Bottom Row (left to right): Brantley Dean, Kendall Krueger, Theran Sievert, Genivicia Hellenbrand, Xavier Ashley, Robert Ripp, Isabelle Worzalla, Student, Callan Cody, Sullivan Osgood, Clara Kruse. 2nd Row (left to right): Jaxton Pomeroy, Domenico Sylvester, Peter Smith, Peyton Schmidt, Mona Balistreri, Olivia Erickson, Aria Hatch, Emma Lombard, Reagan Cantwell, Dexter Kehrli. 3rd Row (left to right): Zane Rodgers, Cameron Wilson, Beckett Schaaf, Chase Beckwith, Mason Ramirez, Josh Freeman, Ivan Saavedra Hernandez, Jace Sanchez. Top Row (left to right): Carly Jorgenson, Myla Steinmetz, Kelsey Marquardt, Marlee Slawson, Myla Cardis, Aria McElderry. Not Pictured: Cora Warner.

The October Above the Line theme was “Fairness.”  The students listed below received awards on Friday, October 21st from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they are an individual that is fair to others.  Congratulations to these Grand Avenue students!

Bridges Elementary Halloween parade

Bridges students gathered outside Halloween morning and had a parade.

Wisconsin Heights Halloween parade

Heights' kids put on a parade for the community in the gymnasium Monday.

Wisconsin Heights and Sauk Prairie School Districts see mill rate drop

The Sauk Prairie and Wisconsin Heights school districts set next year’s levies at their meetings last week. Here’s a breakdown:

 

Wisconsin Heights

 

Sauk Prairie School District Marching band 2nd in State, Colorguard best in State

On Saturday, October 15th, the Sauk Prairie Marching Band (top) competed in the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) State Marching Band Championships.  They performed their 2022 production titled “V is for Villain” and took 2nd place in Class AA with a score of 86.013.  The score was also 2nd place overall in Wisconsin among all classes re

Wisconsin Heights mattress sale a sleeper of a success


Thank you to Wisconsin Heights community members for purchasing a mattress on Oct. 2 at the high school! Custom Fundraising Solutions presented a check to high school band students in the amount of $4,285 on Oct. 12. These funds will be used towards the high school trip to Florida in February, where band, choir, and drama students will attend performing arts workshops at Walt Disney World.

Thank you to Wisconsin Heights community members for purchasing a mattress on Oct. 2 at the high school! Custom Fundraising Solutions presented a check to high school band students in the amount of $4,285 on Oct. 12.

Be Kind SP33 donates to Sauk Prairie School District to fund mental health program


The “Be Kind SP 33” group and the Sawyer Martin family presented this check to the Sauk Prairie School District for the new “Sources of Strength” program at the middle and high schools. This is the first of three annual donations planned to fund the program. Sources of Strength harnesses the power of peer-to-peer social networks to build healthy norms and culture and provide support to students experiencing struggles with mental health or substance abuse. Trainings for our staff and students will take place in early December. Look for an in-depth article on “Be Kind” and the Promise Parker movement in a future issue of the Star News.

The “Be Kind SP 33” group and the Sawyer Martin family presented this check to the Sauk Prairie School District for the new “Sources of Strength” program at the middle and high schools. This is the first of three annual donations planned to fund the program.

SP High School students have “Reading Buddies” with Bridges First Graders

Around noon on September 28th, a small line of 1st graders from Bridges Elementary in Sauk Prairie made its way towards the main entrance of the High School. Little eyes brightened in wonder as they entered the two-story atrium of the school.

Above the Line


The September Above The Line theme at Grand Avenue School was “Caring.” The students listed below received awards from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they showed extra caring characteristics this past month. Congratulations to these students! Bottom Row (L-R)- Christian Solt, Macy Schell, Nora Fitzpatrick, Stella Bevier, Floyd Stapleton, Kenzie Strutz, Daisy Cypcar, Kaesyn Johnson, Alyssa Reible, Izzabella Pulvermacher, Aniyah Taylor. Second Row (L-R)- Aliyah Burris, Mya Goodman, Julissa Sevilla Sequeira, Lucas Muehrer, Ben Patterson, Blake VonHaden, Teagan Quinn, Penny Sistek, Lyle Opie. Third Row (L-R)- Caleeah McGuire, Tegan Ripp, Vann Ambort, Helena Olson, Makenzy Wilke, David Seymour, Hunter Hudson, Kimberly Puga, Kalyn Lytle, Eloise Nelson. Top Row (L-R)- Abraham Maldonado, Marcelo Haskins, Brayton Bahe, Emma Gilchrist, Esmeralda Sebastian, Ryker Koenig, Reid Hart, Linea Keiser, Rosalynn Troxel, Grace Smith.

The September Above The Line theme at Grand Avenue School was “Caring.” The students listed below received awards from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they showed extra caring characteristics this past month.  Congratulations to these students!

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