Pony Pride on parade
Pony Pride filled the streets at the Lumberjack Days Parade! More than 50 students representing Stillwater Schools took part along with new superintendent Dr. Mike Funk and school board members.
The state champion unified basketball team carried our banner to lead the way. Other participants included the clay trap team (17th in nation), the mountain bike team (state champions), and the synchronized swim team (state champions).
Thanks to the parade-goers who cheered us on and kept us cool with some well-timed blasts of water!
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In Other News
The district is partnering with Community Thread and the United Way of Washington County-East to provide school supplies to students in need.
Find the list of school supplies that your Elementary and Middle School student needs for the new school year.
The MyStop app - used to track your school bus -will not be working as we begin the school year. But an improved bus tracker is coming soon!
As students return to school, school safety is a top concern.
Students can opt in to receive the “Pony Deets!” - a free text messaging service. They'll get text messages when school is delayed or closed or if there is an emergency in their building.
Kyle Kane has been named as the new principal of Oak-Land Middle School.
Eight Stillwater Area High School students took part in the construction occupations program through 916 Career and Technical Center.
As the new school year begins this fall, transportation to and from school will be restored to our pre-pandemic levels.