Freezin' for a reason
Students and staff took an icy dip at Stillwater Area High School all for a good cause. More than 100 people participated in the Polar Plunge as temperatures felt like just 13 degrees.
The event raised more than $21,000 for Special Olympics Minnesota with 35% going directly to SAHS's Unified programs, which are designed to break down the barriers that separate those individuals with and without disabilities. Watch the video.
In Other News
District leaders are considering two ideas to help improve achievement and address mental health concerns - flipping start times for elementary and secondary students and adjusting the school calendar.
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School board members will consider delaying an early start calendar until 2025 to give families time to prepare.
Nominations for the 2024 Distinguished Alumni Award are now open!
Registration for the annual art and science extravaganza taking place on Jan. 27 is now open.
A record of 21 Stillwater Area High School student-athletes participated in signing day on Nov. 8.
Voters approved a bond request to replace Lake Elmo and Andersen, expand Oak-Land and improve safety and security district wide and at the high school.
The team finished first in the season finale race at Mt. Kato. The mountain bike team also earned first place in the Minnesota Cycling Association (MCA) team season standings