What is usually a week of goodbyes for Verona Area School District students and staff each year is being done from home.
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.
Students at Stoner Prairie Elementary and Badger Ridge Middle School families picked up their belongings on Wednesday, May 20, that were left behind when schools were ordered to close abruptly in mid-March because of COVID-19 concerns.
Stemming from fears of the coronavirus spreading, the annual Wisconsin School Music Association State Solo and Ensemble festival went to virtual performances this year.
Asked how they’d like school to resume in the fall, most parents who responded to a Verona Area School District survey wanted their kids in class at least part of the time.
The Verona Press sent questionnaires to all of the Verona Area School District retirees about their tenure here. Six responded, with their answers below. If more respond, their answers will be added to our website at ConnectVerona.com.
When Sun Prairie native JoBeth Kroetz started her career as an educator in Stamford, Connecticut in 1988, the goal was to move out of the state and teach in different places than home.
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.
In the end, it didn’t quite add up to another state title, but the numbers don’t lie — Oregon High School’s mathematicians are again among the best in Wisconsin.
The Stoughton Area School District Board of Education plans to appoint four community members – two a piece – to board committees for one-year terms.
In a world without COVID-19, the commemoration ceremony for Badger Ridge Middle School and Core Knowledge Charter School’s building on Thursday, May 14, would have looked very different.
With public gathering in a month’s time not looking feasible due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Oregon School District is moving graduation back from June 14 to July 26.
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.