At the March 23 Board of Education meeting, the Board engaged with administration on planning for the 2021-2022 school year. Please review this letter and the presentation to the Board for the most detailed information on our plans. Updated: Link to Video of Board Meeting Added
A South High School student and teacher are among the recipients of Herb Kohl Foundation scholarships or awards.
The Sheboygan Area School District (SASD) and Lakeland University are collaborating on a local solution to a national issue by home-growing more Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) teachers.
“Our goal is to feed as many students as possible. The best part of this challenge in the past year was being able to reach students that we normally would not due to the flexibilities provided by the USDA -- free meals for ALL students and ability for adults to pick up meals on behalf of children."
To help improve internet speeds across Wisconsin, the Department of Public Instruction is teaming up with Measurement Lab, a non-profit broadband advocacy organization, to test home internet connection speeds. You can help out by testing your home internet speed with Measurement Lab’s broadband speed test. All it takes is three clicks--it’s that easy.
At tonight’s Board of Education meeting, our administrative team presented a plan for Farnsworth, Horace Mann, and Urban Middle Schools as well as North and South High Schools to transition to in-person learning four days a week beginning Monday, February 22. Wednesdays will remain an asynchronous learning day for hybrid students and also allows teachers time to work with virtual students.
On December 22, the SASD Board of Education and administration set our return to in-person learning on Monday, January 11 in the Hybrid model. We will continue to offer a virtual learning option for families that prefer to continue in the virtual model. Please read this important letter.
In an announcement today, the district notified parents that there has been a change in date of the next Board meeting. The December 15 board meeting is postponed to December 22.
The Sheboygan Area School District is discussing preliminary plans to return to in-person learning in a Hybrid model in January. Several dates were discussed, but no decision has been made. Please read this important letter and complete our parent survey by Sunday, December 13 to provide your feedback.
Every year, the SASD hosts an ‘Hour of Code’ event designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. This year our event is going VIRTUAL and is open to all students, parents and community members.
The Sheboygan Area School District will extend virtual learning at all schools at least through Thanksgiving Break with a high probability of further extension due to the increasing community burden rate.
The Sheboygan Area School District has made the decision to temporarily transition all schools to an online learning model. The last day of in-person learning for students will be Friday, October 16. Monday, October 19 will be a non-school day for all students, and virtual learning across the district will start on Tuesday, October 20.
The Fox River Classic Conference (FRCC) will move all fall high school sports including football, boys soccer, cross country, girls golf, girls tennis, girls swim and dive, and girls volleyball to the spring.
As we begin the 2020-2021 school year, we are pleased to share that the Sheboygan Area School District has installed an improved internet filtering solution for all school technology including chromebooks, ipads, and desktop computers.
Two North High teachers, two North High students, and one South High student are the recipients of Herb Kohl Foundation scholarships or awards.
Cooper Elementary, Grant Elementary, and James Madison Elementary Schools are among 107 schools statewide selected as Wisconsin Title I Schools of Recognition in the Beating-the-Odds category for the 2019-2020 school year.
The Farnsworth Middle School International Club is devoted to learning about the cultures and customs of the world while providing a social outlet for students who share these interests. Sometimes those interests provide batteries that support children in school on the other side of the world.