The Oregon School District will start the year online, and a week later than planned.
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.
If Oregon School District students and staff need to return to virtual instruction this fall, they’ll have a bit more experience after completing four weeks of virtual summer school.
When the Class of 2020 walked into the Verona Area High School for its final first day of school last September, no one envisioned they’d be ending it at home.
It’s not an in-person graduation ceremony, but the buses placed throughout the Verona Area School District are providing the Class of 2020 with a little bit of recognition for their achievements.
For a school district, having some money left over from a year’s budget is great news – and when you can quickly turn it around to help students learn more effectively, it’s even better.
For as long as superintendent Dean Gorrell has been with the Verona Area School District, he’s been working on getting the district a new high school.
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.