One way we are honoring Black history and culture this month is by sharing stories that feature Black characters. Nightly in February we will post a new read aloud to Facebook at 7 p.m. Join us in celebrating Black history, culture, and stories!
To help honor Black history and culture during Black History Month, every night we post a video of a student, staff member, community member or guest reading a book. Guests included City of Stoughton Mayor Tim Swadley, State Assembly Rep. LaKeshia Myers (D-Milwaukee) and state Attorney General Josh Kaul and Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes.
Congratulations SHS on receiving the Regional Spirit of Excellence Award! The Spirit of Excellence is given to schools that demonstrate excellence in leadership development, sportsmanship initiatives, school spirit, and service to school and community. This is the Student Senate's third year in a row receiving this award!
Led by the Kegonsa Working for Kids group, staff, students and families are partnering with around a dozen community businesses and organizations to host used shoe drop-off locations. Read more in this Courier Hub article.
On January 4, the Board of Education approved the next phase of our school reopening. All families in our district have the choice to attend school in person, in some capacity, this spring. Families, please fill out our Family Selection Form to indicate your family's choice.