Last month, Sandhill Elementary School kindergarteners studied the various kinds of community resources and visited the Stoughton Fire Department, Post Office Annex and Stoughton Public Library on Thursday, Feb. 6. Read the full article here.
Stoughton High School juniors Madeline Schneider, Abbigale Kivett and Tessa Pickett were selected as the school’s 2020 American Legion Auxiliary Badger Girls State delegates last month. Read more via The Stoughton Courier Hub.
The Stoughton Vikings beat Mukwonage Indians 32-30 to secure their third consecutive state title on March 7, 2020. Read more here.
The Stoughton Area School District has established a pandemic planning committee preparing for a potential coronavirus outbreak. View SASD Health Services to read coronavirus communications, FAQs and relevant links.
Would you like to make money and make a difference at the same time? The Stoughton Area School District is now hiring regular and substitute bus drivers for our transportation team. We offer competitive pay, flexible hours and the opportunity to work with great kids. No experience? No worries. We will help you get trained and licensed. Interested? Call 608.877.5061 today!
The 4th graders attended the Madison Symphony's Youth Concert in November. The orchestra played Symphonic dances by Bernstein, Dvorak and others and even got to see a dance company perform with the music. We had front row seats at the Overture! A cellist from the Symphony also came to present and play for the students a week earlier.
For busy parents, having day care programming after school during holidays and breaks for students is a game-changer. But affordability can be an issue. Click on the link below to read the Stoughton Courier Hub story about the new after school care program at Kegonsa.
Did you know that in addition to the e-Newsletters sent by buildings, you can also sign up to receive a District e-Newsletter that includes student features, reminders about upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, community flyers, videos, photos and more? Follow this link to sign up. You can opt out at any time.
Families: Is your Parent/Guardian Infinite Campus Portal account set up and active? Is your household information accurate? Please take a moment to verify by going to https://stoughtonwi.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/stoughton.jsp.
This is a great tool to have to review your child's student information (attendance, grades, schedules, etc.) as well as for registration and contact purposes. If you discover you do not have an account, cannot remember your login information or other related questions, please contact the Stoughton Area School District Infinite Campus Specialist, Heather Lucas at 608.877.5045 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Mondays this Spring Kegonsa First graders have the opportunity to spend time in the local forest exploring the outdoors and strengthening their deepest wonders in nature. "Firsts in the Forest" gives students time to explore, experiment, persist and collaborate with others.
The students have had opportunities to engage in activities such as engineering waterways and dams, building forts and tracking deer!
The Stoughton police dog, Ole, visited Kegonsa Elementary School on Thursday morning (April 12) after the school helped raise money to support Ole in his service to the community.
Earlier this year, Kegonsa Working for Kids organized a shoe drive that encouraged students, staff and community members to donate new or gently used shoes for a fundraiser. Kegonsa ultimately collected 2,950 pairs of shoes. The Kegonsa Student Council and Working for Kids chose to donate $800 of those proceeds to Ole, whose K-9 care is funded by community donations.
Ole and his handler, Officer O'Neil, visited Kegonsa for an all-school assembly so the kids could team more about what it takes to be a police dog and handler and could ask questions. A check presentation ceremony followed.
Check out Mr. Schultzes' new website. It contains all things counseling that are going on @ Kegonsa. Make sure to read the blog for weekly updates.
Kegonsa was highlighted in the Stoughton Courier Hub on Thursday, February 22, 2018. Please read about the great things happening at Kegonsa!
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!