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  • The 2017-2019 State of Wisconsin Biennial Budget included new language regarding high school students enrolling in courses for college credit.  The first, Early College Credit Program, a combination of the Course Options and Youth Options programs, allows students in grades 9-12 to enroll in university or college courses.  The second, Start College Now, allows students in grades 11-12 to enroll in technical school courses.  More detailed information can be found at Early College Credit and Start College Now Programs.
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  • Students Showcase their Research, Writing, and Presentation Skills at the Roosevelt ‘Living Wax Museum’

    Posted by Stevens Point Area Public School District on 2/2/2018



    Student Presents Reseach


    Dressed in costume as the famous individual or scientist of their choice, fourth-grade students at Roosevelt Elementary had the opportunity to share the knowledge they’ve learned with ‘museum’ visitors on Thursday, February 1, 2018.


    Student Presents Reseach


    Students portrayed a vast representation of historic individuals from Albert Einstein and Marie Curie to Golda Meir and Wladziu Liberace.


    Student presents research.


    The Living Wax Museum is the culmination of months of work completed by the students. After returning from Thanksgiving break, students began by choosing who they wanted to research and then portray.


    Student Presents Research


    This was followed by lessons on research, note taking, report writing, preparing facts for their backdrop and presentations, preparing and memorizing their speeches and then, finally, presenting what they’ve learned to their classmates, schoolmates, families, and community. Well done Road Runners! View more photos from the wax museum. 

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  • Our District consists of nine Elementary Schools, two Junior High Schools, one Senior High School, and our specialized schools (Point of Discovery School, Charles Fernandez Center, Boston School Forest and Online Learning Center), and an exceptionally strong 4K program. Our students receive a comprehensive K-12 education and achieve at high levels because of a highly talented and dedicated faculty and staff; several unique programs; strong community partnerships; strong leadership at Board and Administrative levels; and a loyal, committed, and supportive community. It is for these reasons, and mostly because of our greatest assets - our students - that Stevens Point is one of Wisconsin's premiere, public school districts.


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