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Above the Line

The October Above The Line theme at Grand Avenue School was “Fairness.” These students received awards from their classroom teacher for being an individual that is fair to others.  Congratulations to these students!

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K-2 kids returning to school under a hybrid model for Heights

At their October 26 meeting, the Wisconsin Heights School District Board voted to move to a hybrid model for kindergarten through second grade for the second quarter, starting November 16. Third grade through the high school will remain online only.

After a close vote, Heights' referendum is a go

On a night where Presidential votes are still being counted as of 3 a.m., the Wisconsin Heights School District has its answer: a "yes" vote for the $27 million facilities referendum. The unofficial results show a 2138 to 1910, "yes" vote, a margin of 228 votes. The 52.8 to 47.2 percent margin illustrates it was a close vote.

Wisconsin Heights facilities referendum an “investment in our future”

The following informational article was written by the Wisconsin Heights School District for the Star News. The article was fact-checked and meets submission guidelines.

 

Students hard at work

A Wisconsin Heights works outside, at left, and a Sauk Prairie student uses her magnifying glass in class.

Wisconsin Heights starts in-person labs for students

The Wisconsin Heights School District started Middle School/High School labs for students on Monday. These labs bring students to the school to augment their online education. In addition, close to 100 students are enrolled in Student Support Hubs, in-person classes for students identified to be at risk.

Just like a regular school year

Like every year, fall has come to Tower Rock, pictured at left. Above, a student participates in her art class at Wisconsin Heights.

Wisconsin Heights 2020 Facilities Referendum: A closer look

The Wisconsin Heights School District is less than two weeks away from knowing whether residents will agree to a $27 million facilities referendum--including a centralized campus, new elementary school and expanded middle and high school facilities.

Wisconsin Heights facilities referendum fast approaching

The following informational article was written by the Wisconsin Heights School District for the Star News. The article was fact-checked and meets submission guidelines.

 

Wisconsin Heights starts in-person 4K

Wisconsin Heights’ 4K students went back to school in early October as the District started a hybrid model. In that type of model, two sets of students alternate attending school twice a week.

Between 15 and 20 total 4K students are attending school in the hybrid model, while a little less than 15 will remain in the online-only model.

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