Stoughton High School art teacher and forensic speech coach Ruth Phillips was recognized for excellence by the Wisconsin High School Forensic Association last month, and got a little bit of unexpected camera time in the process.
Stoughton High School senior Elizabeth (Lizzie) King was honored this month with a scholarship awarded annually to a Girl Scout who personally exemplifies the Girl Scouting mission to “make the world a better place.”
After two months of an uncertain health crisis, which spawned an economic one, some Stoughton Area School District students are going into summer break losing their regular lunch schedule.
After their virtual graduation ceremony on Sunday, June 7, Stoughton High School seniors Ruby Knipfer and Sean McGlynn will officially be SHS alumni.
The 2019-20 school year is still in session, but Stoughton Area School District officials are already taking a deep dive into potential scenarios for starting the new school year Sept. 1.
Stoughton High School’s annual Honors Night tradition was a bit different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but dozens of seniors still received the familiar support from the community.
Trimming the annual budget is going to get more difficult for the Stoughton Area School District if its board wants to maintain programming and ideal class sizes.
Sometimes you never know about what you read on the internet, but this idea turned into something students, teachers and neighbors will remember for years to come.
The Stoughton Area School District Board of Education plans to appoint four community members – two a piece – to board committees for one-year terms.
A free COVID-19 testing site in Madison will allow any resident who wants one to get a test without any appointments or registration, if they have symptoms or not.
Whether it’s the latest lecture or an interview with a pet cat, Stoughton Area School District educators are finding ways to keep connected with students online during the schools closing.
Stoughton High School garnered the No. 81 spot among Wisconsin high schools in the U.S. News and World Report “2020 Best High Schools” list, published last week. The annual listing numerically ranked nearly 18,000 schools nationwide this year, based on enrollment, graduation rates, demograph…
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