When it comes to agriculture education in the Dairy State, Jerry Wendt is the cream of the crop.
A Stoughton High School girls junior varsity basketball coach was released from his contract May 16 after a criminal investigation by the Rock County District Attorney’s office into his conduct with some of his players.
The ongoing showdown over the state budget between Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and the Republican-held state legislature could affect the Stoughton Area School District later this year.
While the clock has run out on this school year, students at Kegonsa Elementary have something fun to look forward to when the new year begins Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Stoughton High School held its 66th annual Honors Night Wednesday, May 15 at the high school Performing Arts Center, with 117 college scholarships totaling $233,550 awarded to 114 graduating seniors.
The Stoughton High School Class of 2019 walked across the stage at Collins Field Sunday, June 2, in front of family and friends at the school’s commencement ceremony.
The 2018-19 school year is winding down for the Stoughton Area School District, but for a handful of staff, so are their careers in the district.
Making safety drills as realistic as possible without causing additional stress to staff and students was a topic of discussion Monday as district officials reviewed the latest security training exercises at schools.
Mia Croyle has been a member of the Fox Prairie Working For Kids group for the last few years, as her kids, now in third and fourth grade, work their way through the elementary school.
A group of 30 students from the Stoughton High School environmental studies class helped clear invasive plants and spread a bark path at the canoe and kayak landing on Badfish Creek at Old Stage Road on May 15. Also helping with the project were Wisconsin DNR staff and the Friends of Badfish…
In the past year, the Stoughton Area School District has received more than $275,000 in funding from the Wisconsin Department of Justice to improve security at its schools and buildings.
Stoughton High School art students showed they are among the best in the conference earlier this month during the annual Badger Conference Art Show/Challenge.
Establishing “community nights” for families to better get to know staff, helping students build resilience and understand the importance of world language, and providing more internet access. This school year, the Stoughton Area School District’s “Innovation Grants” made an impact in severa…
- ‘A Starry Night’
- Kegonsa fourth-graders create their own YouTube talk show
- Committee chairs chosen, Coughlin replaces Bubon as board treasurer
- SHS Norwegian Dancers’ spring break tour took them to Arizona, Nevada
- Sullivan reelected president
- Sandhill collecting shoes for playground fundraiser
- A March visit from April
- ‘Comprehensive’ staffing study coming later this year, Onsagser says
- 'Guys and Dolls, Jr.'
- River Bluff presents ‘Guys and Dolls, Jr.’
- SHS presents musical spelling bee comedy
- 5-year federal grant, SASD plan aims to curb youth drinking, drugs
- Sandhill students place hand-made cranes around community
- ‘Nurtured Heart’ part of new approach to discipline at SASD
- Gille wins $10K Kohl Excellence Scholarship
- SHS presents spelling bee comedy show
- Stoughton Area School Board candidate questionnaires
- Total of 216 cameras will soon cover entire inside ‘footprint’ of schools
- New STEAM lab is coming together at Sandhill
- SHS grad Jerrick to sing here with Ripon College March 18
- Board spends two hours going through district bylaws
- Back to the Big Apple: SHS concert to perform in Carnegie Hall for fourth time since ‘08
- Stoughton High School DECA blood drive collects 63 pints
- Facilitated by SASD ‘Nurtured Heart’ trainers
- SHS goes 'Global'
- DPI reports state graduation rates improve
- 2019-20 classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 3
- 'Global' grant helps bring world focus to Stoughton Feb. 26
- River Bluff talent on display
- More high school students taking college-level exams
- SASD faced with potential reductions after next school year
- Women’s Issues class enlightens high school students
- District ‘assessing all’ options to make up missed days