Problems of race and equity have come to the forefront nationally in recent months, and the Stoughton Area school board is working on being a part of starting a community conversation about both locally.
The new school year set for Tuesday, Sept. 1 will start like the last one finished in the Stoughton Area School District – with schools closed and students and teachers working and learning from home.
Looking to get more local input, the Stoughton Area School District added four community members to school board committees last week, after several weeks of advertising for the openings.
If Dane County’s COVID-19 restrictions and predictions remain as planned, it could be the fall of 2021 before public schools return to their familiar full, in-person format.
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.
- Fox Prairie administrative assistant Sharie Buskager to retire after 25 years
- Stoughton High School seniors prepare for the next stage in life
- SASD studying variety of scenarios for when students return Sept. 1
- Class of 2020 awarded more than $250K in scholarships at virtual honors night
- Teachers on parade: Sandhill staff, first responders visit students
- No layoffs, programming cuts for SASD in 2020-21
- Community members sought to join district committees
- Free COVID-19 testing site opens at Alliant Energy Center
- Stoughton High School honors night ceremony goes online
- District students, staff staying connected in virtual 'class'
- SHS listed as #81 in state in annual ‘Best High Schools’ list
- SASD cites ‘right-sizing’ in proposed staffing cuts
- District quickly finding success with new meals method
- Sullivan to continue as board president after board reorganization meeting
- Virtual learning will continue at SASD throughout 2019-20 school year