Schools

Thu
13
Feb

Sauk Prairie Middle School needs asbestos removal for HVAC upgrade

The Sauk Prairie School Board met on January 27. Middle school construction was discussed as asbestos was found while working on the air conditioning upgrade. The removal will take up an extensive amount of funding. The additional funding to finish the air conditioning project is coming from an early closing of a tax increment finance district.

Thu
13
Feb

Sauk Prairie School District going to referendum in spring election

On Jan. 20 the Sauk Prairie School Board held a special meeting on the proposed $65 million referendum. Community members came to the meeting and voiced their opinions. Many commented about supporting the athletics and the aquatics facilities.

Thu
06
Feb

Sauk Prairie Honor Roll

High Honor Roll

3.7 - 4.333

Seniors - Class of 2020

Acker, Summer J.

Ahmetaj, Flaka

Alisch, Helena J.

Apel, Ainsley G.

Bauernhuber, Lance A.

Breunig, Grace K.

Brickl, Giulia M.

Cole, Emily E.

Davis, Olivia M.

Thu
06
Feb

SP sports registration coming up

Sauk Prairie High School Sports Registration:

When: Monday, February 24th

Where: Sauk Prairie High School Main Gym

Time 6:30 p.m.

Thu
06
Feb

Sauk Prairie School District congratulates students on Read-A-Thon

Grand Avenue fourth graders were recognized at the Jan 13 Sauk Prairie School Board Meeting for completing a Read-A-Thon prior to winter break. From this Read-A-Thon, they were able to make a contribution to the Sauk Prairie Area Food Pantry.

Thu
06
Feb

Wisconsin Heights Education Foundation has new board members


The Wisconsin Heights Education Foundation would like to introduce our new board: (back row) Dianne Roelke, Brennan Zander (student for 2019-2020), Stacy Dyreson, Brook Presny (student for 2019-2020), Jim Craney; (front row) Sue Dresen, Kay Butcher, Diane Fisher, Sally Turk. Missing when picture was taken: Linda Lindley, Jordan Sinz. The Wisconsin Heights Education Foundation’s focus is senior scholarships. Support is welcomed from parents, community members, business, etc. The foundation accepts personal gifts of cash, checks or securities. Some employers will match your donations. Please contact Sally Turk, President, with questions about making a donation or our organization at sallyturk@yahoo.com or 608.513.7142. More information can be found on our website as well: https://www.wisheights.k12.wi.us/district/contact-us/education-foundation/. If you are interested in making a donation, please send your donation to: WHEF, Attn: Stacy Dyreson, PO Box 176, Mazomanie, WI 53560.

The Wisconsin Heights Education Foundation would like to introduce our new board:  (back row) Dianne Roelke, Brennan Zander (student for 2019-2020), Stacy Dyreson, Brook Presny (student for 2019-2020), Jim Craney; (front row) Sue Dresen, Kay Butcher, Diane Fisher, Sally Turk.  Missing when picture was taken:  Linda Lindley, Jordan Sinz.

Thu
06
Feb

Sauk Prairie Middle School students don’t mispell words very often

On Jan. 14, 16 Sauk Prairie Middle School students competed to secure a spot in the SCRIPPS Regional Spelling Bee. Sebastien Friou and Charlie Endres were the top two spellers and will advance to the Regional Meet, which will be held in Portage on Feb. 4.

Thu
06
Feb

Sauk Prairie High School evacuated after bomb threat

Sauk Prairie High School was evacuated Jan. 28. due to a bomb threat. An hour and a half after the students were evacuated, they were allowed back into the school. According to Jerry Strunz, Chief of the Sauk Prairie Police Department, the FBI is involved in investigating the incident.

Thu
30
Jan

Heights class of 2021 holding Prom Fashion Show

The Wisconsin Heights Class of 2021 will be hosting the annual Prom Fashion Show on Sunday, Feb.  9, from 1-3 p.m. The show is held in the Wisconsin Heights cafeteria, with tickets available at the door for $5. The theme this year is Under the Stars. Over 40 models will strut their stuff on the runway for this annual fundraiser.

Thu
23
Jan

Merrimac Charter School gets wind generator

A wind generator has joined the solar panel in powering the Merrimac Community Charter School barn. Students learn about renewable energy and sustainable practices through the barnyard project. Pictured is the 4K class as they make observations about the new wind generator. Enrollment in the MCCS 4K is now open.

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