Heights class of 2021 holding Prom Fashion Show

The Wisconsin Heights Class of 2021 will be hosting the annual Prom Fashion Show on Sunday, Feb.  9, from 1-3 p.m. The show is held in the Wisconsin Heights cafeteria, with tickets available at the door for $5. The theme this year is Under the Stars. Over 40 models will strut their stuff on the runway for this annual fundraiser.

Merrimac Charter School gets wind generator

A wind generator has joined the solar panel in powering the Merrimac Community Charter School barn. Students learn about renewable energy and sustainable practices through the barnyard project. Pictured is the 4K class as they make observations about the new wind generator. Enrollment in the MCCS 4K is now open.

Responsibility and Respect for Above the Line

The December Above The Line theme was “Responsibility.”  The students listed below received awards on Friday, December 20th, from their classroom teacher or staff who felt that they are an individual that is responsible.  Congratulations to these students!

Heights to hold child development fair

The Wisconsin Heights School District will be conducting its annual “Child Find” activities in February for children between the ages of two and five years old.  In January, the District mailed screening questionnaires to the parents and guardians of preschoolers whose names were obtained from the school census.  The questionnaire asks about the

Wisconsin Heights “exceeds expectations” in District report card

The Dec. 9 Wisconsin Heights School Board meeting was a busy one. The board discussed new initiatives, upgrades and the school district’s report card, among other things. 

SPSD holding informational sessions on proposed projects

The Sauk Prairie School District will be holding community info sessions on the proposed Recreation/Athletics/Aquatics and High School Projects. Everyone is welcome.

The dates are:

Thursday, Jan. 9, 5:00-7:00 p.m., HS North Gym Lobby. Enter door N26 from the student parking lot.

Sauk Prairie School District board starts referendum process

A project board, on display during a special school board meeting to discuss the district’s proposed referendum, shows a detailed map of the additions the district would like to see happen. Photo by Autumn Luedke

The Sauk Prairie School Board will be facing a $65 million decision January 20, 2020, on whether or not to bring an official referendum in the hands of voting residents.

Wisconsin Heights students enter National Honor Society

The following Wisconsin Heights students were inducted into the National Honor Society on Nov. 6, 2019: Kylan Bartel, Gweneth Childs, Trevor Dimpfl, Sydney Duhr, Maisey Gullickson, William Hanson, Alta Jacobus, Grace Louis-Reindl, Riley Lynch, Kourtney Mercer, Alex Orth, Anna Ring, Emma Schaefer, Caeben Schomber, Kaya Teela, Hunter Walz.

The following Wisconsin Heights students were inducted into the National Honor Society on Nov. 6, 2019:

SP School District exceeds expectations

Keeping Students Safe is a new GPS system installed in all Sauk Prairie School District busses. It is currently active and is an added security feature. Parents and guardians are given a code to access the bus or busses specific to their students. The GPS system will then show them where their students’ bus is currently located along the route.

Nearly 60 percent of Sauk Prairie residents support $65 million referendum

On Nov. 18 the Sauk Prairie school board members announced the results of the referendum survey that was done in the community. The survey was distributed to the entire community and asked questions around the new construction projects that would benefit from the referendum. 


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