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Sauk Prairie High School students compete in cyber defense competition

Students of Sauk Prairie High School recently competed in CyberPatriot, a National Youth Cyber Defense Competition that has them act as if they are IT professionals working to fix networking breaches and protect a company from technology threats.

Sauk Prairie Middle School students brave wind, cold, for outdoor activities


The elements did not stop Sauk Prairie Middle School students from getting outside. Braving cold and near-whiteout conditions, the students got out of the classroom for a bit.

The elements did not stop Sauk Prairie Middle School students from getting outside. Braving cold and near-whiteout conditions, the students got out of the classroom for a bit.

Sauk Prairie School District ponders full-time return of students

Conversations about returning students back to Sauk Prairie School District have begun in earnest, as Superintendent Jeff Wright presented the board with a board overview at the February 8 meeting. Wright also included a copious amount of data about COVID-19 infections and schools.

$7.5 million auditorium will be on spring ballot for Wisconsin Heights

The Wisconsin Heights School District will be presenting residents with another referendum in the spring election. 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.

Six months in: Sauk Prairie School District reviews schooling during a pandemic

The Sauk Prairie School District reviewed six months of teaching through the pandemic at their meeting last week.

Highlights include:

Will an auditorium project be on the ballot?

The fate of a new auditorium will be known--in part--next week at the Wisconsin Heights School Board meeting. At their January 25 meeting, the board will decide if a $7.5 million auditorium project will appear on the April ballot.

Wisconsin Heights Board doesn’t want to micromanage planning process for new building

“Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.”

“Let’s let it play out.”

Those were the words of Gary Damaschke at the Wisconsin Heights December 21 meeting on the topic of how involved the board should get when it came to design for the renovated and expanded building.

Holiday fun at school

Merrimac students make cards for veterans


‘Tis the season to spread cheer! Students at Merrimac Community School made holiday cards for local veterans. The cards included personal messages, thanks, and happy holiday wishes. Pictured is Elwood Voelker.

‘Tis the season to spread cheer! Students at Merrimac Community School made holiday cards for local veterans. The cards included personal messages, thanks, and happy holiday wishes.  Pictured is Elwood Voelker.

Grand Avenue--Above the Line

The December Above The Line theme was “Responsibility.” The students listed received awards on Thursday, December 17th & Friday, December  22nd from their classroom teacher or staff member who felt that they are an individual that is responsible.  Congratulations to these students!

 

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