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Take our facilities survey out now! Due May 30 at 5 p.m.

Your voice matters! To support our focus of learning and belonging for all, we are in the process of gathering community and staff input in a community-wide facilities survey! The survey is in mailboxes now and takes 5-10 minutes to complete.

Stoughton Vikings bring life and versatility to Collins Field with the groundbreaking of the Anderson Complex

On Monday, May 9, 2022, the Stoughton Area School District (SASD) and construction management firm CG Schmidt hosted a groundbreaking event to mark the start of the renovation project of Collins Field and the introduction of the new Anderson Complex.

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Stoughton sets the bar high and selects one candidate, Dr. Daniel Keyser, for superintendent finalist interviews

The Stoughton Area School District Board of Education announces its superintendent search is down to one candidate after hosting its first round of interviews on April 26 and 28. After a rigorous search process, one candidate was deemed to meet the Board’s high standards and robust candidate profile.  Read more on our Community Input - Superintendent Search webpage.

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SASD Is Proud to Partner with DiversityJobs.com

In our continuous effort to recruit highly-qualified staff who reflect and support our diverse student population, SASD is proud to announce that we have partnered with DiversityJobs.com.

Fab Lab Stoughton Selected to Host Televised Make48 Competition

Stoughton High School's Fab Lab was selected to host 2022's Make48 competition! The celebrated docuseries is once again bringing its 48-hour collaborative inventor and maker challenge to Madison after a successful run in 2021. The Fab Lab in Stoughton will host the event, scheduled for August 12-14, 2022. Team applications are open now nationwide.

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Stoughton High School Hosts Badger Conference Art Show

Stoughton High School is fortunate to host the Badger Conference Art Show in the Performing Arts Center Gallery, April 4-23, 2022! On April 23, we will have an Open House, starting at 9:30 AM-noon, with Awards at 11 AM in the Performing Arts Center. Learn more here.

River Bluff band students selected to participate in UW-Eau Claire Honor Band

Congratulations to band students Morgan Luick and Jordyn Stein-Gaddy for representing River Bluff MS at the UW-Eau Claire Honor Band! They were 2 of 200 students selected from 35 different middle schools in Wisconsin and Minnesota. They rehearsed all day and put on a concert in just one day’s time! Bravo!

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Award-winning equitable multi-level system of supports at Kegonsa, Fox Prairie and Sandhill

The Wisconsin DPI and Wisconsin RtI Center have recognized our equitable, multi-level system of supports designed to increase the consistency of effective instruction while building staff knowledge and skills to support all learners. Congratulations to our three elementary schools!

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Dan Holzhuter Named Assistant Principal of River Bluff Middle School

We are pleased to announce that Dan Holzhuter, current interim assistant principal, will be our assistant principal at River Bluff! Read more about Dan here.

Bob Johnson Named Principal of Sandhill

We are pleased to announce that Robert (Bob) Johnson will be our principal at Sandhill Elementary School after serving as Sandhill’s interim principal for the past year. Read Mr. Johnson's bio here.

Month of 'readalouds' help students learn about Black history

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.

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Kegonsa's holiday shoe drive: A Success!

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.

School libraries launch library curbside pickup & Little Libraries

The Stoughton High School LMC had its first curbside pickup during the first week of school. All five school libraries are offering curbside pickup or little free libraries in some form or fashion this year.

New leadership for the 2020-21 school year

Bob Johnson moves from assistant principal at River Bluff Middle School to the interim principal at Sandhill Elementary School. Dan Holzhuter moves from social studies at Stoughton High School to the interm assistant principal at River Bluff Middle School.

District nurse named Nurse of the Year by Wisconsin Association of School Nurses

The Wisconsin Association of School Nurses awards committee is happy to announce that the 2020 recipient of the Kathyrn Etter School Nurse of the Year Award is SASD's district nurse, Laurel Gretebeck!

Sandhill and Fox Prairie students become published artists at MMoCA

Congratulations to nine SASD students who have artwork featured in an online exhibition! The exhibit is part of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art's Art on Tour program. Three artworks from the museum were on display at Sandhill and Fox Prairie during the 2019-2020 school year. The students responded to the art and created their own art that reflected the theme Web of Life: Nature in Art. The online exhibition will remain on view through the 2020-2021 school year.

Board of Education adopts racial equity resolution

On July 20, the SASD Board of Education adopted a racial equity resolution. Read the resolution here.