Schools closed remainder of school year

The Governor has ordered all Minnesota schools to remain closed with distance learning in place through the end of the 2019-2020 school year to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Stacy Bartlett

Science Teacher

Stacy began teaching in 1996 and joined Stillwater Area High School in 2012.  She teaches Science.

Prior to joining SAHS, Stacy taught a variety of science courses (Life Science, Earth Science, Physical Science, different levels of Biology to different types of students, Cinema Science, Eukaryote Greens Mini-Golf Course, Forensic Science, Human Anatomy, Independent Research, Invertebrate Zoology, Microbiology, Pre-Chemistry, or Vertebrate Zoology) and a handful of non-science classes. 

Stacy graduated from Sibley-Ocheyedan High School in Sibley, Iowa (northwest corner of the state), then attended Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa where she received two degrees, Biology (pre-med) and Secondary Education and a minor in Chemistry. Stacy completed her masters in Leadership in Education (Administration and Curriculum & Instruction) at the University of Minnesota.

Though she originally intended to pursue a medical degree, she decided that she would rather help people through education… and she has no regrets. Stacy's mom and dad were both teachers, her brother is a teacher, three of her cousins and an uncle are teachers, and she married a teacher, Steve, whose dad and aunt were teachers. 

Stacy has also pursued further educational opportunities in the area of educational technology.  She has taken classes, such as Social Media in Education, iPods/iPads in Education, and Smartboards in Education, to improve her ability to communicate and connect with students using today's methods of communicating. Stacy has also worked for TeachersFirst helping to create MySciLife (Science meets Facebook meets other technology).

In her free time, Stacy enjoys relaxing, watching TV (Discovery and The Learning Channel, of course), photography (wedding, families, kids, birth), reading magazines, decorating her house, gardening, and hanging out with her family. She has two boys – Kye, age 11, and Kade, age 8. Naturally, they both LOVE science!