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Jean BornDear Community Members and Alumni,

Welcome to the first edition of the Community Connection!

Its purpose is to provide you with information, news, and dates that may be of interest to our community. Thank you for signing up! We look forward to staying connected.

In this edition, we share photos depicting the new middle school. There is a story about a collaboration that is making state headlines. We also introduce the new, interim elementary school assistant principal. Plus, we've added a few pictures to give you an inside look at the quality education that happens everyday in our schools.

The photo montage below is from the Community Open House on October 6 at the new Sheboygan Falls Middle School. Thank you to everyone who turned out. It was a great day! In fact since that day, we have received numerous requests for tours. Employers are seeing the school as a great asset to our community. For those who couldn't attend, we thought you would enjoy seeing the photos of the day, which also give you glimpse inside this wonderful school.

Some have asked what is happening to the old middle school. There is still work to be done, but the Board of Education has been approached for its sale and conversion into apartments for 55+. There are many steps to this process before we know if this will come to fruition. The newspaper has been doing a good job keeping everyone informed. We invite you to follow the Sheboygan Falls News for more information or follow our Facebook page.

The links to our social media are below at the bottom of the newsletter. In between these e-newsletters, we invited you to watch us on social media, too! Let's stay connected!

Thank you for your interest in our schools. We are community.


Jean Born

District Administrator

New Middle School Community House

Enjoy this photo montage that depicts the community open house at the new Sheboygan Falls Middle School.

Great learning opportunities happen in our schools every day!

Culinary and Ag Students? Grow a Farm to Fork Partnership

Recently, culinary students, using produce from the Ag department, prepared a meal for their classmates who are working on a Habitat for Humanity project in Sheboygan County. Read more below!

High School Program Featured in Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's Online Newsletter

The School District’s high school culinary arts program and agricultural departments are pairing up to serve home-grown produce. Articles about this Sheboygan Falls educational program received local and state level recognition when published in the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation’s e-newsletter and on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s website. We are proud of the commitment our staff make to providing authentic experiences for our students!

Read the full story on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's website!

About the educational programs

Cooking and eating local is a top priority for Diana Woodworth and her culinary students at Sheboygan Falls High School. Fortunately, they don’t have far to go.

In a unique partnership, Woodworth’s students are able to use fresh produce grown in gardens on the school grounds that are maintained by Agriculture teacher Bruce Brunner and his students. Brunner’s students grow an assortment of fresh vegetables that Woodworth’s students process in class, making food that is used in the school cafeteria and also sold to students, teachers, and the community.

The School District of Sheboygan Falls delivers on its commitments: We innovate!

Take a brief photo tour of our schools

Thank you to our community members and veterans who joined us at the annual Veteran's Day program.

Fifth graders in Miss Beaudry's science classes, as well as Ms. Probst's 5th and 6th grade STEM classes, participated in Hour of Code activities. These activities teach students coding, which helps them understand computer programming.

Meet our new Associate Principal

Welcome Shelley Hyde to our administrative team. Shelley is serving as the interim elementary associate principal.

Shelley has experience in various roles in education such as leading and organizing, as both an educator and administrative roles. She worked four (4) years with the Wisconsin Early Autism. In addition, she 11 years of special education teaching experience and administrative experience in the West Bend School District. We are confident Shelley is a great match for our school community.

Please join us in welcoming her to the School District of Sheboygan Falls.

We are Searching for Alumni to Feature in our Publications

Can you reflect on the many ways that attending our schools helped you in your next steps after high school? Do you or an alumni you know have exciting story to tell about successes, career, achievements and/or recognitions? We would love to hear it!

Please email Mary Lofy Blahnik , Director of Curriculum and Instruction. Thank you!

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