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SHS Automotive program achieves NATEF Accreditation
Stoughton High School's automotive training program has achieved accreditation from NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation).
Watch D.O.G.S. program coming to Sandhill
The Watch D.O.G.S. program is coming to Sandhill Elementary School! Find out how you can help support this new volunteer program during the launch night at 4:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at Sandhill.
2016-17 school report cards released
All five schools in the Stoughton Area School District Meet or Exceed Expectations on the 2016-17 Wisconsin School Report Cards.
Coming Up: Dec. 5 Facilities Committee meeting about 1892 Building
The 1892 building has been part of the Stoughton community for more than a century and has a rich story to tell. On Tuesday, a preservation architect and a team of University of Wisconsin-Madison students from around the world will talk about what could be the next chapter in that story.
High School Granular Pesticide Application
Parts of Stoughton High School will have a granular pesticide application on Nov. 22, with a makeup date of Dec. 1, through the district's turf maintenance program.
River Bluff students practice CSI skills in social studies
River Bluff students are crime scene investigators sifting through evidence from the Boston Massacre to tackle the central question: did the British military murder five colonists or fire in self-defense?
Fox Prairie celebrates successful Fox Trot fundraiser
A Fox Prairie Elementary School fundraiser generated $11,735 for playground improvements.
Sign up for Fab Lab workshops through new webpage
Check out our new Fab Lab webpage to find out the latest workshops available for our families and community members.
Amazing trip to the Overture Center with 4th grade
Students in 4th grade at Sandhill went to the Overture to hear the Madison Symphony perform their fall Youth Concert on November 7th. The Symphony sent two musicians (an oboist and a violist) to our school with a docent a couple of weeks before to help the kids learn about the music they would be hearing. Students heard Dvorak's New World Symphony, Gould's "American Salute", Copland's "A Lincoln Portrait" and the ever-popular "Stars and Stripes Forever" by John Phillip Sousa. They had a great time!
Listening Sessions scheduled for ALICE training
Learn more about our district's transition to ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate) during Listening Sessions set for 6 p.m. Monday, November 13, and 10 a.m. Tuesday, November 14, in the Administration Building, 320 North St.
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