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Parents tell us what they want, need in communications

April 18, 2018

Survey says ... while overall communications are good, parents want more information about their students' performance and more details about issues important to their school.

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Pony Express newspaper has strong showing at National Scholastic Press Association convention

April 16, 2018

More than 1,500 students from across the country competed in the JEA writeoff contest this year.

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Walking in their shoes

April 06, 2018

District leaders shadowed students to learn what it is really like to be a Pony in our schools.

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Stillwater Shines at the SkillsUSA Championship Conference

April 05, 2018

Congratulations to the student participants and our Advisor of the Year!

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SAHS student qualifies for national speech, debate tourney

March 15, 2018

Noah Schraut has qualified for nationals in the National Speech and Debate Association Tournament.

Board says no to start time change for 2019-2020

March 09, 2018

School board members have decided now is not the right time to change start times for district schools. While acknowledging the need for teens to get more sleep, the board unanimously decided to hold off on making a change - at least for now.

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Tickets now on sale for Bye Bye Birdie

March 08, 2018

Check out the Spring musical performance presented by the Stillwater Area High School!

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Partnership Award winners named

March 07, 2018

Eight educators and staff are being honored by the Partnership Plan.


Belinda Jensen talks to students

KARE-11 meteorologist Belinda Jensen talks weather with students

March 07, 2018

Jensen spoke with second and third grade students.