The Sparta High School Graduation practice and ceremony planned for Friday, May 27, will take place in the Alton Ask Gymnasium at Sparta High due to the forecast inclement weather. Here are more specifics: 9 a.m.: Required graduation practice for all seniors. All seniors should be in the Alton Ask Gymnasium by 8:45 a.m. and must stay through the […]More »
Four choir students from Meadowview Middle School and Innovations STEM Academy have been selected for the Middle Level State Honors Project. This honor is awarded to 360 students out the almost 1,200 from around the state of Wisconsin who audition for the choir in April. The auditions are rigorous and it […]More »
Join the Sparta Family Garden Club project where you can learn how to grow, care for, and harvest fresh produce for you and your family. There will be activities for children and their families as the garden matures, along with learning how to prepare and cook simple recipes for you and your family to enjoy. […]More »
Sparta Area School District students in grades 4-12 now have free access to eBooks and audiobooks available from OverDrive.
Students may browse the library’s website, borrow titles with their lunch/library number, and enjoy on all major browsing platforms including computers, tablets and smart phones. eBooks can be read immediately on any device with an […]More »
The Sparta Area School District’s three high schools will celebrate the Class of 2016 with graduation ceremonies to honor and recognize the students’ accomplishments. The public is welcome to attend these events.
Sparta High Point Charter School
High Point Charter School will recognize graduating senior Jacob Martin Tuesday, May 24, at the Sparta American Legion.
Sparta High School will host its annual Co-Curricular Code Meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 1 at Sparta High School. All student-athletes and their parents are encouraged to attend annually to review expectations for athletic and activity club participants. Prior to the meeting free baseline concussion testing will be available beginning at 4 p.m. After the meeting […]More »
The Sparta Public Education Foundation is a non-profit organization that has been supporting innovative programs for students in the district for 11 years, and has provided over $80,000 in grants and scholarships. The Foundation is operated by an independent board of community leaders, parents, alumni, and volunteers. The board meets quarterly. Duties of board members […]More »