District News & E-News

For the latest on events and happenings, like the Stillwater Area Public Schools Facebook page and follow us on Twitter!

E-Newsletter Archive:



       Subscribe to E-News

BIZAA Club president welcomes members

High school students battle child labor, human trafficking one child at a time

September 27, 2018

Three young people in Nigeria are able to attend school thanks to the efforts of nearly 50 students in the BIZAA Club at Stillwater Area High School (SAHS). Learn more during special event Oct. 6.

culture club

A world of opportunity at Brookview Elementary

September 27, 2018

Students and staff at Brookview Elementary School are learning about the world and its many languages and cultures by simply recognizing the people around them. 

senior citizen queen crowned

2018 senior homecoming king and queen crowned

September 25, 2018

This is the sixth year Stillwater Area High School students have had a senior citizen homecoming court.

student journalists holding an award

Pony Express recognized as one of the top high school newspapers in the country

September 21, 2018

Stillwater student journalists earned the 2018 George H. Gallup award from Quill and Scroll News Media Evaluation service.

Academic awards ceremony

Top students honored for academics

September 21, 2018

Letters were given to 541 students who earned a 3.75 grade point average and above.

Darrell Salmi headshot

Salmi named 2018 Secondary Teacher of the Year

September 19, 2018

He is being honored by the Minnesota Society of Health and Physical Educators (MNSHAPE).

Board discusses future of district buildings

September 14, 2018

School board members had a discussion on Sept. 13 about the future of Brookview Elementary, the Central Services Building and Oak Park.

Four students named 2019 National Merit Semifinalists

September 14, 2018

Only one percent of high school students across the nation earn the honor.

Elementary students smiling

District enrollment on target for the year

September 14, 2018

Enrollment trends for the 2018-2019 school year are positive and on target with projections.

students in front of painted windows

Businesses show your Pony Pride

September 10, 2018

Decorate your windows for Homecoming!