Community Newsletter

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In November, the WI Department of Public Instruction released report cards for districts and schools. The Sheboygan Area School District rating remains as Meets Expectations. The report cards are one measure the District will use, in combination with a variety of other school and district data, to determine the areas we are performing well and where we need to focus improvement. Learn more here.

Each student receives an individual report, and every school has a collective report of students' progress toward graduation aligned with their future goals and plans. Students indicate their plans after high school - whether that is going to a four-year college or a two-year college, entering the workforce, or enlisting in the military.

The SASD Career and College Readiness Report Card helps students prepare for their future plans by laying out opportunities for each path they can choose!

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Middle School Building Project

The Sheboygan Area School District (SASD) has a long history of being fiscally responsible and has taken excellent care of our school facilities. However, Farnsworth and Urban Middle Schools were built in the 1930s and are in need of extensive repairs and/or upgrades.

Over the last several years, much work has been done to evaluate the needs of these buildings. A Citizens Facility Advisory Committee was convened in 2021, and in 2022, this group made a recommendation to the Board of Education to rebuild both middle schools. A new Farnsworth would be built on the south side of the current campus. Due to space constraints at the current Urban campus, it was recommended to rebuild Urban at a new location. The potential location is near Mill and Najacht Roads.

Bray Architects presented an updated overview of the potential referendum projects and timeline. View the full presentation here.

Two open community meetings to learn more will be held on:

  • February 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Urban Middle School
  • March 4 at 6:30 p.m. at Farnsworth Middle School

All SASD residents will receive more information about the potential projects as well as a survey to share feedback in late spring. Based on the survey results, the Board of Education will determine the best plan of action for a potential referendum in the fall of 2024. Click here to learn more about the referendum. 

Budget   Did You Know

SASD Budget In Action (1)

The Sheboygan Area School District is committed to delivering exceptional educational experiences and fostering a safe and welcoming learning environment for all students. The district strives to offer these services at a reasonable cost to taxpayers. Learn more about the SASD's budget here. 

Difference Makers   Amber Miller (1)

Amber Miller, a teacher at North High School, is an SASD Difference Maker!

“Ms. Miller always has a positive attitude. Earlier this year, she took over as the advisor for Educators Rising, a club I am very involved in. She has been so lenient and adapting as the year goes on. Every time I enter her room I have a smile on my face because Ms. Miller’s room is comforting, and she puts her student's needs first. Everyone needs a Ms. Miller.”
-Brooke Hess, North High School student

Difference Makers   Sarah Annelin

Sarah Annelin, a teacher at Central High School, is an SASD Difference Maker!

“Mrs. Annelin has an amazing ability to develop relationships! She takes pride in getting to know students and understands that building relationships first opens the door to learning acceptance. She understands the unique needs that are presented at Central and works tirelessly to help them graduate. She is a highly skilled teacher, who will teach via Skype from home at times even when she is ill because she wants students to succeed.”

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Recognize an outstanding staff member here!