Stevens Point Area School District Information
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The Stevens Point Area Public School District has nine school board members. Members are elected for a three-year term and receive an annual stipend of $3780. Citizens of the Stevens Point Area Public School District, 18 years of age or older may run for a board position.
The Stevens Point Area Public School District School Board meets on the second Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Meetings are held at Bliss Educational Services, 1900 Polk Street. The agenda includes an opportunity for members of the public to address the Board. Speakers have a maximum of three minutes to address the Board with their concerns, questions or suggestions. The Board is always interested in hearing input from the community.
- Communities served by the District: Stevens Point, Plover, Junction City, Park Ridge, Whiting, Hull, Stockton, Carson, Linwood, Dewey, Eau Pleine, Sharon, Buena Vista, Milladore, Grant, and Sherry
- Grade levels served: Pre-K -12
- The number of square miles the District covers: 450 sq.mi.
- The number of Schools: 18-4K Community Sites; 9-Elementary; 2-Junior High; 1-Middle; 1-High School; 1-Alternative High School; 1-Boston School Forest.
Members of the public may provide public comment pertaining only to specific items on the meeting agenda in-person or via email at email@example.com, in the following format:
Subject of Email: "Public Comment"
Agenda Item to be Addressed:
Comments (100 words or less):
NOTE: To be considered by the School Board, all public comments must be emailed firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 6:00 pm on the Sunday evening immediately prior to the School Board meeting.
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