"Books Celebrating Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month" on this week's PANTHERS IN LIBRARY LAND (Ms. Olson's library blog) https://panthersinlibraryland.blogspot.com/
4 days ago, Amanda Olson
What’s the best way to learn about taking a blood sample or giving an intravenous medication? Using balloons! Students in Veterinary Science II practiced that skill this week.
6 days ago, Gretchen Rozeboom
AN
HR
"Library Books Due Back On ..." on this week's PANTHERS IN LIBRARY LAND (Ms. Olson's library blog) https://panthersinlibraryland.blogspot.com/
12 days ago, Amanda Olson
storm troopers dancing
Students in Mrs. Rozeboom’s Veterinary Science II course learn about the cardiology system through deer heart dissection.
15 days ago, Gretchen Rozeboom
heart II
heart I
May 3rd through May 7th is Staff Appreciation Week here at St. Croix Central Schools and across the country. We would like to recognize our staff for ALL that they do. We truly appreciate them and the amazing things they do each and every day. SCC STAFF MATTERS! Thank an SCC staff member this week! #pantherpride
16 days ago, Lindsay Jacobs
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Elementary students in Ms. McGuire's & Mrs. Gayan's classrooms created a drawing of a friendly monster. The pictures were sent to Ms. Hawkins' sewing students where they used their hand sewing skills and creativity to bring the monsters to life for the young children.
19 days ago, Courtney Hawkins
High School
Kiddos
McGuire
Congratulations to the 2021 Junior and Senior Prom Courts. The King & Queen of each court will be crowned Saturday evening at the Grand March which will begin at 7:00 PM in the auditorium. The Grand March will be live streamed at http://youtube.com/stcroixcentralschooldistrict
19 days ago, Courtney Hawkins
Juniors
Seniors
Another creative challenge in Ms. Hawkins’ Advanced Foods course is the Fusion Pizza Challenge. Students are asked to use two food concepts to create a new flavor of pizza.
21 days ago, Courtney Hawkins
waffles
ballpark
bbq
"Adventures in Weeding" on this week's PANTHERS IN LIBRARY LAND (Ms. Olson's library blog) https://panthersinlibraryland.blogspot.com/
22 days ago, Amanda Olson
Congratulations to Wyatt Turbeville for passing the Microsoft Technology Associate Certification for Security Fundamentals.
27 days ago, Samantha Gibson
Wyatt
Ms. Hawkins' Foods 1 students learned how to make homemade pasta. Students were also challenged to create a marinara sauce using a variety of herbs and spices to go with their pasta.
28 days ago, Courtney Hawkins
Pasta
K1
K3
Students in Ms. Hawkins’ Advanced Foods course were challenged to create a new sandwich. The students had to utilize the flavor star to balance their flavors.
about 1 month ago, Courtney Hawkins
burger
melt
steak
Congratulations to Caleb Zehm for earning his Microsoft Word Certification and Cooper Richards for earning his 3rd Microsoft certification in Powerpoint in Mrs. Gibson's Microsoft Office course.
about 1 month ago, Samantha Gibson
Caleb Zehm
Cooper Richards
"Updates in the Library" on this week's PANTHERS IN LIBRARY LAND (Ms. Olson's library blog) https://panthersinlibraryland.blogspot.com/
about 1 month ago, Amanda Olson
Recently, the district and board have been engaged in a conversation with our community regarding the operational and facilities needs in St. Croix Central schools. While the majority of voters did not feel the two referendum questions on the ballot were the right solutions at this time, we appreciate everyone’s engagement around these important issues. We know that our needs will persist. The board will re-evaluate our options and work to find a new solution that the community can support. Thank you for your support of our schools and the students we passionately serve.
about 1 month ago, SCC Website Manager
Referendum Thank You
Recently, the district and board have been engaged in a conversation with our community regarding the program and facilities needs in St. Croix Central schools. While the majority of voters did not feel the two referendum questions on the ballot were the right solutions at this time, we appreciate everyone’s engagement around these important issues. We know that our needs will persist. The district and board will turn their attention to find a new solution, one that the community can support. This work will begin immediately. Once again, thank you for your support of our local schools and students we serve.
about 1 month ago, SCC Website Manager
Referendum Thank You
Today is Election Day in Wisconsin! Voters may cast their ballots at the usual polling locations during today’s spring elections. Find voting and polling place information: https://myvote.wi.gov/.
about 1 month ago, SCC Website Manager
Vote
On Tuesday, voters in the St. Croix Central School District will consider two referendum questions. If the operational referendum question is approved, it would allow the district to cover the costs of maintaining competitive staff compensation and other district operating expenses. It would enable the district to exceed its state-imposed revenue limit authority by $1,700,000 in the 2021-22 school year, and then by $350,000 each year through 2031. If the facilities referendum question is approved, it would provide the district with an additional $22.5 million to improve district facilities, including a career and technical addition to the high school to improve programming and opportunities for students planning to pursue the trades. There would also be a four-year-old kindergarten addition to the elementary school so that all 4K students can have the same access to the many services only available to them on our elementary campus. Additionally, the district would also make upgrades to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and other systems throughout our buildings. Learn more: http://bit.ly/SCCReferendum
about 1 month ago, SCC Website Manager
On Tuesday, voters in the St. Croix Central School District will consider two referendum questions. If the operational referendum question is approved, it would allow the district to cover the costs of maintaining competitive staff compensation and other district operating expenses. It would enable the district to exceed its state-imposed revenue limit authority by $1,700,000 in the 2021-22 school year, and then by $350,000 each year through 2031. If the facilities referendum question is approved, it would provide the district with an additional $22.5 million to improve district facilities, including a career and technical addition to the high school to improve programming and opportunities for students planning to pursue the trades. There would also be a four-year-old kindergarten addition to the elementary school so that all 4K students can have the same access to the many services only available to them on our elementary campus. Additionally, the district would also make upgrades to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and other systems throughout our buildings. Learn more: http://bit.ly/SCCReferendum
about 1 month ago, SCC Website Manager
Ballot
The School Board and district leaders have worked diligently to place the district in an outstanding financial position. This allows us flexibility as we work to find solutions to our most pressing needs. Over the years, the board has actively worked to repay previous referendum debt in a way that reduces interest costs, locks in state aid, and improves the financial position of the district for the future. The district is on schedule to fully retire all debts in 2035. It will also refinance and prepay debt in 2021, reducing interest costs by more than $1.9 million. Because of work done by the School Board, potential mill rate increases as a result of the referendums in 2021 would be largely offset. Thanks to this work, the district is in a sound financial position in advance of the two referendum questions the community will consider on Tuesday, April 6. Learn more: http://bit.ly/SCCReferendum
about 2 months ago, SCC Website Manager
SCC Referendum