Things have changed a bit, but for K-2 students and staff in the Stoughton Area School District, the return to school has been like a return to the good ol’ days – with plenty of excitement for both.
Amid challenges caused by COVID-19, Dane County executive Joe Parisi signed the 2021 county budget on Friday, Nov. 13, that includes a slight tax increase.
With the help of a small, but dedicated, group of teachers, St. Ann School is offering something this fall most larger public schools aren’t – in-person learning for all its students.
Taxes will dip slightly for residents in the Stoughton Area School District after the school board unanimously adopted the tax levy and budget for the 2020-21 school year.
- SHS DECA food drive runs through Nov. 2
- Parisi releases ‘deeply challenging’ proposed ‘21 budget
- DOJ grant to fund sound system overhaul
- School board holds off on K-2 in-person return
- Two SHS seniors named National Merit semifinalists
- Board special meeting on K-2 restart set for Oct. 1
- Still a waiting game for in-person schooling
- Virtual ‘community conversation’ on race set for Sept. 24
- SASD set to host virtual community conversation on race Sept. 24
- ‘Enhanced virtual’ plan focuses on increased interaction
- SASD, city committee to define school police role
- SASD’s Gretebeck wins top state school nursing award
- Dane County OKs additional in-person school for some students
- SASD libraries offering curbside pickup service for students
- Stoughton teachers get back into the classroom