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Sauk Prairie High School

Term 3

High Honor Roll

3.7 - 4.333

Seniors - Class of 2021

 

Adam T. Baier

Anna K. Ballweg

Kyle R. Bascom

Ella M. Basken

Joseph K. Baumgardt

Samuel J. Beattie

Kyle G. Been

Callie L. Blackley

Kaitlyn A. Brickl

Heights chooses insurance

The Wisconsin Heights School Board wrestled last week with the thorny but all-to-common decision of changing health care plans for their employees. Staying with their current plan would cost $210,000, while the new plans would wind up with a net difference of zero.

Addressing “concerns” or “specific concerns”?

At the Sauk Prairie School Board meeting on April 26, Board President Richard Judge did speak to masks, mandates, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s striking down of the state mandates, during “board comments.”  His remarks lasted ten minutes.

Perhaps the biggest takeaway was when he said:

Wisconsin Heights honor roll

2020-21 High School Quarter 3
HIGH HONOR ROLL

Grade 12

Balch, Carter

Brown, Colby

Gullickson, Maisey

Lynch, Riley

Mercer, Kourtney

Orth, Alex

Schaefer, Emma

Schomber, Caeben

 

Grade 11

 

Bollenbach, Edie

Brabender, Devin

Heights students playing with dough

Black Earth students poured, mixed, and stirred to create chocolate chip play dough after enjoying the book, If You Give a Mouse A Cookie. 

Dr. Matthew Green, Director of Special Education & Student Services, gave a special shout out to these students at the April 12 board meeting.

 

Leprechauns are hard to catch

The 7.5 million dollar question for Heights

The Wisconsin Heights School District will be presenting residents with another referendum next week. In the wake of a $27 million facilities referendum in the fall, the District has decided to go forward with the question of a $7.5 million auditorium project.

Above the Line: February

The February Above The Line theme was “Empathy.” The students listed below received awards on Thursday & Friday, February 18th & 19th from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they were an individual that showed empathy towards others.  Congratulations to these students!

 

They ate bugs for science

Sixth graders in Ms. Schlick’s class are currently researching and writing argument papers on why eating insects is beneficial. 

They decided that if they were going to  “talk the talk”, they better “walk the walk”.

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