201 E. Franklin St., Sparta, WI  54656 | Phone: (608) 366-3400 | Fax: 608-366-3474

January 15, 2018

Internet Outage Tuesday 1/16

Due to a network problem, SASD buildings will not have internet access tomorrow morning, January 16th.  A network technician is being dispatched to resolve the issue, however internet service may be out for the entire day.

If you need to contact someone in one of our buildings, please call rather than email for fastest response.

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January 10, 2018

Spartan Mugs Project Takes Orders, Builds Partnerships

The Spartan Mugs Project is officially underway with its first major order delivered last month – 21 mugs for Northern Hills Elementary School in Onalaska.  The Spartan Mugs Project (SMP) was created last year as a Sparta High School Art Club fundraiser.  As the project gains momentum, students are discovering that being a part of […]

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January 4, 2018

Press Release Regarding Today’s 2 Hour Delay

From the Office of the Superintendent, Sparta Area School District

First of all, I would like to apologize, both personally and on behalf of the Sparta Area School District for the way the late start notification occurred this morning.  Ultimately, the responsibility for whether or not to delay or cancel school rests with me.  I […]

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December 21, 2017

Employee Updates December 2017

We would like to welcome the following new staff to the Sparta Area School District!

Lisandra Ocasio – Special Education Educational Assistant Peyton Kerst – Grade 2 Teacher at Lawrence-Lawson Taylor Laabs – Network & Systems Manager

 

Thank you to the following staff for your time dedicated to the Sparta Area School District.

Veneranda […]

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December 13, 2017

Community Survey Results

The results are in for the Community Survey, which asked Sparta residents to weigh in on matters related to facilities upgrades within the Sparta Area School District.  Click here to view survey results (PDF).  The response window for the Community Survey closed December 11th, and results of the survey were presented to […]

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November 28, 2017

Community Survey Deadline Extended

The deadline to complete the community survey regarding the school district’s facility needs has been extended to December 11th. A printing error resulted in some residents not initially receiving the survey. Those who have not yet received a paper survey in their mail should be receiving a survey in the coming days. The deadline was […]

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November 28, 2017

Meadowview Middle School announces High Honor Roll and Honor Roll Students

Congratulations to the following students for achieving the High Honor Roll and Honor Roll at Meadowview Middle School:

High Honor Roll

Class of 2022:

Maverick E. Allen Jaydin L. Anglemyer Emma L. Blackdeer Madison M. Brown Shade M. Bunker Stacey A. Diaz Amya J. Drayton Aden M. Edmonds Colton J. Flock Tyonna V. Garrett Morgan […]

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November 21, 2017

Take the Community Survey Today!

The Sparta Area School District Board of Education is reaching out to all District residents now to gather input about educational facilities needs with a community-wide survey. The School Board approved the survey to gather citizen feedback on the need to add elementary capacity and address educational inadequacies.

The District studied current needs and future […]

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November 21, 2017

Employee Updates

Welcome to the Sparta Area School District!

Jeslyn Carey – High School Cook Lori Riner – Meadowview Cook Christine DeLong – Sparta High School Assessment Coordinator Haylie Kinserdahl – Grants/Communications Secretary Justin Charron – Sparta High School English Teacher Cathy Mingus – High School Custodian

Wendy Bernett has transferred from High School English Teacher to […]

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October 31, 2017

Community Survey on Educational Facilities Needs Coming Soon

The Sparta Area School District Board of Education is reaching out to all District residents in the next few weeks to gather input about educational facilities needs with a community-wide survey. The School Board approved the survey to gather citizen feedback on the need to add elementary capacity and address educational inadequacies.

The District studied […]

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