With more than a year’s worth of experience teaching remotely, Stoughton Area School District staff are using that knowledge in planning how to blend virtual offerings this fall and beyond.
Working well together is always important for school staff, but during these socially distanced months, it’s been even more of a necessity.
All three incumbents retained their seats on the Stoughton School Board April 6, with former board president Liz Menzer falling short on her bid to return to the board.
School has meant something different since the COVID-19 pandemic hit a year ago, with most students completing all their work from home and rarely seeing staff in person.
- School board election: Read the candidate questionnaires
- Students can return 5 days a week next month
- 'Lumberjack Day' at Fox Prairie Elementary School
- One year later: Teaching during a pandemic
- Johnson named Sandhill Elementary principal
- County set to begin educator vaccinations March 9
- Three straight state honors for SHS student senate
- School board approves artificial turf project for SHS
- Month of ‘readalouds’ help students learn about Black history
- Virtual series on racial equity starts Feb. 22
- SASD pool set to reopen on Feb. 15
- Sixth, ninth graders return to school
- SASD’s downward population trend shows signs of reversing
- More students set to return to their classrooms
- Three Stoughton High School students win MLK honors