The Stoughton school board’s community relations and culture and climates committees are hosting a virtual community conversation about race in the schools and the community next week, “Race in Our Community: A Community Conversation.”
A school year unlike any other started Sept. 1 in the Stoughton Area School District, with students, teachers and parents continuing to adapt to virtual learning.
Dane County health officials have amended their schools reopening plan to allow in-person instruction to students with a disability and/or individualized education programs.
The school year is off to an all-virtual start in the Stoughton Area School District, which continues to adapt to the COVID-19 schools shutdown.
While students weren’t yet attending classes in person as the new school year started Tuesday, Sept. 1, many Stoughton Area School District teachers are back in their classrooms.
Enhanced virtual learning – what the Stoughton Area School District is officially calling the fall school restart – begins Tuesday, Sept. 1.
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.
- District schools set to open virtually Sept. 1
- SASD served 52,000 meals during shutdown
- SASD appoints four residents to school board committees
- Fall opening remains unclear
- SHS educator Phillips wins top state forensics award
- SHS senior King wins top Girl Scout award, scholarship
- Class of 2020 virtual graduation
- Lunches for Vikings summer meals program starts June 15
- SHS Class of 2020 virtual graduation set for June 7
- 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