Meadowview Middle School Earth Club and Lego League members started recycling during eighth grade lunch, separating items on lunch trays. Liquid, food, and garbage items get thrown away while recyclable items get recycled. They work hard each day to reduce the carbon footprint from the lunch room. The middle school has already seen an impact […]More »
Students in the EDGE Program at Meadowview Middle School used funds from a Sparta Public Education Foundation Mini Grant to make cards with treats to give to residents of Rolling Hills for Thanksgiving. Additional grant money will be used for future community service projects.More »
Students at Innovations STEM Academy collaborated with a group of seventh graders in Huntington, N.Y. Both classrooms read the book “A Long Walk to Water” by Linda Sue Park. A Google Hangout was setup, and the students had a great discussion about likes, dislikes and character development of the book. The students look forward to connecting with […]More »
A local bee keeper visited Southside Elementary to teach students about the important work bees do. Students were able to see what a bee keeper would wear, touch a honey comb, and taste honey from Tony Bowers’ hives during his presentation. The bee keeper visit grew from an Engineering is Elementary lesson on hand […]More »
The Sparta Area School District has launched its new and improved website, www.spartan.org. The website features a professional design, new and updated information, improved navigation, as well as several new features.
The dramatically redesigned website includes a clean, modern design that proudly displays the Spartan colors. The home page features a wealth of information: […]More »
A new group at Meadowview Middle School is allowing seventh grade students to educate students at Meadowview Intermediate about tobacco and encourage them to remain tobacco free.
The Agents 4 Change members volunteered to be ATODA peer educators. They attended a two-day training last Spring where they developed skills in presenting information — in an informative and […]More »
The Sparta Public Education Foundation received a $7,000 check from Brenengen Ford in Sparta for the Drive 4UR School event this fall. Funds will be used to support the Foundation’s mini-grant program and scholarships for graduating seniors.More »
The student winners are: Charleigh Johnson, third place; Jana Nicholson, second place; and Matthew Giovani, first place.
Matthew will advance to the next level of the competition as the Sparta representative. All three students will […]More »
Meadowview Middle School Student Council members have had a busy start to the 2015-16 school year. Student Council representatives have co-hosted a Monster/Character Creation Competition with the LMC, partnered with Pizza Hut to raise money for World Hunger Relief, and planned and participated in Veterans Day activities. Members are looking forward to serving their […]More »
Two eight grade students from Sparta Meadowview Middle School have been selected to participate in the 2016 National Band Association-Wisconsin Chapter All State-Band. Emma Blazek and Logan Larson were nominated by their director and will perform with the group at the Finale Concert of the 32nd Annual Convention of the NBA-WC. The concert will be […]More »