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Community supports schools across district

Community supports schools across district

Kaitlyn Kirby, Business Editor

May 15, 2018


Filed under Focus, In-Depth, People

The local community plays a large role in supporting their local school district. Students believe that the success of Stillwater Schools is largely due to the support they receive from the community. According to students and staff, the school would be a completely different place without the suppo...

Partnership Party raises money to enhance District 834

Partnership Party raises money to enhance District 834

Sam Hudachek, Video Team

April 6, 2016


Filed under News

The Partnership Plan is an education fund for Stillwater Area Public Schools. Their main goal is get the community to join in on their support for the education and well being of students. This year, the Partnership Plan created a fundraiser to bring in new resources, known as the Partnership Party, ...

Grants granted for a finer education

Grants granted for a finer education

Madie Woltman, Social Media Editor

December 24, 2014


Filed under News

The Partnership Plan is the educational foundation for Stillwater Area Public Schools. Nearly 30 classroom initiatives reaching $57,000 were funded by the Partnership Plan this fall. The grants help students from computer coding for second-graders to exploring the culture, history, music, and dance customs ...

STEM/Fab Lab provides hands-on learning opportunities

Abby Kunze, Copy Editor

December 4, 2014


Filed under Featured Videos, News

With the ever-changing technology of today’s world, the demand for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) jobs is on a sharp incline. The district is now able to provide experience in these fields for the community and students using a new STEM/Fab Lab. The Partnership Plan has granted the school district the ability to build a STEM/fabrication lab in the industrial t...

Graffiti mural makes a statement

Graffiti mural makes a statement

April 1, 2014


Filed under Arts, Local Arts

Scrawled under bridges, composed on bathroom walls and illustrated on idle train cars, graffiti is often regarded as nothing but teenage kids with a spray can. Recently however, graffiti has made its debut in the  hallways, not as vandalism, but as art. The artist, a man that goes simply by JoJo, cre...