Sheboygan Area School District charter school Sheboygan Leadership Academy (SLA) was recently chosen by Brooke Hess, North High School Junior involved in the Educators Rising organization, to receive a new Sensory Walk in their Student Services Hallway.
SASD was the first district in the CESA 7 area to have four Regional Pathway Maps approved by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in October 2021.
Earlier this month, seventh and eighth-grade students from the Sheboygan Area School District visited Lakeshore Technical College for the Explore Your Future Event, in partnership with the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce. Students took a unique personality test and were given results that guided them to explore careers well-suited to their personality type.
Each year for the last 25 years, Sheboygan Area School District students from both North and South High Schools who are enrolled in Career & Technical Education build a house from the foundation to the interior finishing touches. This unique, innovative opportunity gives students the chance to experience hands-on work and gain skills, experience, and connections to pursue a career in construction trades.
Griffin Oplatek has been expanding his knowledge of manufacturing through the Red Raider Manufacturing program since he was a Freshman. “You learn important skills that in the future you will appreciate,” he shares about his experience. Read more about Griffin here.
Senior Andrew Haase is no stranger to the Kohler | Johnsonville Advanced Technology Center at North High School. In fact, he has learned so much that he qualified for a Youth Apprenticeship at Kohler Company, which he started this past summer.
October is Manufacturing Month, a monthlong celebration of Wisconsin's top industry as well as a way to promote manufacturing as a viable career choice. As part of its commitment to creating flexible options and college and career pathways for all learners, the Sheboygan Area School District (SASD) established Red Raider Manufacturing, a program that provides students opportunities for hands-on learning while creating lasting partnerships with local industry and community leaders.
Students, staff, and special guests celebrated the groundbreaking of the 25th home students from North High School and South High School will build in our community. 🛠
The Sheboygan Area School District and Lakeland University have signed an innovative agreement that expands access to free college-level coursework to eligible SASD students and teachers.
The Sheboygan Area School District celebrated the graduating class of 2022 with the fourth annual Senior Signing Day on Thursday, June 2. Senior Signing Day is designed to recognize our seniors and their next steps in college and careers. High school graduates were joined by universities, technical colleges, military representatives, and area employers.
Congratulations to Shazarie (Shay) Benjamin, a senior at South High School, and Emily Allen, a sophomore at North High School, who recently won 1st place for their presentations at the Educators Rising State Summit and Competition and qualified for the National competition in Washington D.C.
Congratulations to South High School junior Lucas Jowett who created the top architectural design selected for next year’s house project! All of the student designs are evaluated by a group of industry builders and educators. Lucas’s design will be built in the 2022-2023 school year in the Stonebook Crossing subdivision in Sheboygan.
Abigail Tagel, a junior at North High School, has taken Tech Ed classes in the Red Raider Manufacturing (RRM) program since her freshman year. Read about her experience and her plans for the future.
Senior Patrick Beniger II has spent a good deal of his time at South High School involved with the Red Raider Manufacturing program. He’s taken a variety of Tech Ed classes and participated in nine-week co-ops at Old Wisconsin and American Orthodontics, where he is also spending a full year in a youth apprenticeship. Read more.
Two years ago, North High School senior Kaden Gorges took on a formidable challenge: the restoration of his 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback. He’s had to resolve countless problems that come up when working on an older vehicle, including wiring issues and replacing old parts, not to mention getting the car running in the first place. Now, thanks to the Red Raider Manufacturing program, Kaden’s restoration project has relocated to the classroom.
North High School junior Sophia Gielow, a new member of the district-wide Educators Rising chapter that includes students from both North High School and South High School, was recently named an Educators Rising Ambassador for the 2021-2022 school year. Learn more.
During his time at South High School, senior Tyler Skaggs has taken advantage of numerous opportunities to explore potential career options and learn valuable skills through participation in the Red Raider Manufacturing program. Read more.
The North and South High School House Construction students held a Groundbreaking Ceremony for Project 2021 on Tuesday, September 14 at the construction site located on Lot #78 in the new Stonebrook Crossing. Project 2021 is the 24th home that will be built by SASD students.
During a year that was anything but typical, South High School graduate Sydney Barrington took advantage of every opportunity to make her high school years count and gain valuable work experience in her chosen field.