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    Stevens Point Area Public School District

    1900 Polk Street

    Stevens Point, WI 54481

     

    Phone 715-343-6629
    Fax 715-345-7302

     

    Director of Communications
    Sarah O'Donnell
    sodonnel@pointschools.net

     

     

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  • 3...2...1...Go Live!

    Posted by Sarah O'Donnell at 2/1/2017

    3...2...1...Go Live! 

     

    New Online Home

     

    It's official, we have launched our 16 new and improved websites for the Stevens Point Area Public School District. While we are planning for a smooth transition, we also know that websites are never finished and there may be information that you can't find or wish we had included. If you're a staff member, you can reference the New Website FAQ for more information. If you are a parent or community member, please watch the video tour of our new online home for more information on where you can access information from the District and your schools. If you still can't find what you're looking for, or wish we had included information we didn't, let us know

     

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  • 7th Annual District Art Show

    Posted by Sarah O'Donnell at 1/13/2017

    Art at Bliss

     

    The 7th Annual District Art Show and Open House featured over 330 pieces of student art from across all schools and grades in the District. 

    Student work was represented from each school and grade level with over 400 people in attendance throughout the evening. “It is such an honor to share this work with the community and to celebrate our talented students and staff,” said District Art Coordinator and McDill Elementary Principal, Jeanne Koepke. “The arts are an important piece of the educational experience and opportunities that we provide our students, and seeing the art tonight is an incredible testament to student talent and our teacher’s dedication to students and the community.” View photos from the event. 

     

     

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  • A Toast to Reading

    Posted by Sarah O'Donnell at 1/11/2017

    Today we headed to Jefferson to celebrate reading with 78 students who over Winter Break completed a challenge given to them by Library Media Specialist, Jo Brommer.

    Students enjoy hot chocolate.

     

    Ms. Brommer was hoping to have 20 -30 students complete the 30 minute each day reading challenge and was pleasantly surprised when she received 78 completed sheets! 

     

    Students Toast to Reading
     

     

    Students celebrated their commitment to reading with a special hot chocolate and hot vanilla party complete with candy canes, marshmallows, animal crackers, and of course, a hot chocolate toast to reading and their success. Keep reading Eagles! 

     

    Students enjoy hot vanilla.

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