Prepare Each Student To Be Successful

2020-21 COVID-19 Communication

  • The Stevens Point area is not just a beautiful place in which to live, grow, work, and play. It is a destination. The homestead from which to build a career, begin and raise a family, pursue life's dreams, and achieve personal and professional goals. Our District is an integral part of the Stevens Point area family, and we believe that the opportunities we offer, the people who provide them, and our students who take ahold of them will take you and your children - our students - to heights of achievement.

    Reopening School 2020-21 Updates

    July 29, 2020 Superintendent Announces Reopening of Schools Plan 


    July 13, 2020, Regular School Board Meeting

    See more for Summer School - Beginning July 13, 2020 

    June 22, 2020
    The Stevens Point Area Public School District School Board held a Special School Board Meeting to review a framework for Reopening of Schools for the 2020-21 school year. We are planning and working to bring students back in a traditional classroom learning model with enhanced safety and health protocols in place to reduce the risk of virus exposure for both our students and staff. Planning and reopening will continue to require a flexible and fluid approach as the information we need to make informed decisions become available and may change between now and September, or after the school year has started. Meeting information is available here, the presentation can be accessed here. The entirety of the meeting can be viewed here. In the coming weeks and months, we remain committed to keeping you informed on the progress of our work and any changes that may be required. Please watch your email and our website for additional updates and decisions. 

    View Superintendent Gerlach's June 23 Update for Families 

    Complete the Reopening of Schools Online Learning Form for families with students seeking an online alternative 

    Complete the 2020-21 Busing Opt-Out Form for families willing and able to provide student transportation


    School Board Committee Meetings are suspended until further notice.

    School Board Meetings will continue to occur with adjustments made to accommodate social distancing requirements.

    At the March 19, 2020, Special School Board Meeting, the Stevens Point Area Public School District passed a motion to "suspend School Board Policy 0167.3 - Public Participation at Board Meetings for the duration of the Public Health Crisis".  

    Members of the public may provide public comment pertaining only to specific items on the meeting agenda via email at, in the following format:  

    Submitter's Name: 
    Submitters Address:
    Subject of Email: "Public Comment"
    Agenda Item to be Addressed: 
    Comments (50 words or less):  

    NOTE: To be considered by the School Board, all public comments must be received at no later than 6:00 pm of the Sunday evening immediately prior to the School Board meeting. 

    The public may also watch meetings live

  • 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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  • Submitted E-mail communications via the district web page or any other electronic form may be subject to open records requests under Wis. Stats. § 19.35(2). Communication over district networks is not considered private, and there should be no expectation of privacy for any messages sent or received via the district e-mail system.