Baraboo School News
2014-2015 Student Registration
Mark your calendars for Student Registration for the 2014-2015 school year! All students from 4k-12th grade must attend one of the registration days at the Baraboo High School, either on Thursday, August 7 from 11am-6pm or Tuesday, August 12 from 7:30am-1pm. For more information please call 355-3950. HS and MS students will have school pictures taken at registration; elementary students will have pictures taken at school in September.
Looking for forms or fee details for the upcoming school year? Look no further than the Student Forms & Fees page of the District website! You'll also find the link to Infinite Campus on this page to pay all your fees online! If you have not used Infinite Campus before, please call 355-3943 and ask for your campus portal activation key.
Students in the enrichment class "Author Study" have been studying Mo Willems. This week they worked on "Elephant and Piggie" and made sculptures.
Baraboo Public Library Visits Summer School
Ms Carey Kipp from the Baraboo Public Library came to summer school to read stories by Eric Carle during the Author Study session. Students enjoyed hearing more stories by this famous author and learned more about the reading program at the library where students can check out more Eric Carle stores (and other books too)!
The District would like to thank the First Student bus drivers for their commitment to providing the students of the District a safe ride both to and from school this past school year!
The District has changed transportation providers for the 2014-15 school year. Kobussen will be the new contractor and more information regarding student transportation will be forthcoming this summer.
The 6th graders at Jack Young Middle School participated in Mini-Course Day on June 10th. Students participated in courses such as Zumba, Doodle Day, Spanish, Trivia, Make-your-own Ice Cream, Basketball Bananza, Yard Games, Curl Up and Read, Spa Treatments, Cow Eye Dissection, and Fun Science Experiments. The picture is from Zumba. Volunteer Zumba instructors Michael Etzweiler and Erika Obois are seen here with the 6th graders!
A 6th grade team from Jack Young Middle School is a First-Place State Winner of the ECybermission competition. The ECYBERMISSION competition is a national science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) initiative that is offered by the Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) and administered by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA).
The winning 6th grade team includes Ben B, Dane H, Will G and Noah T. The team used scientific inquiry using scientific practices to perform their experiment at the middle school. They recognized a problem with student incidents on the ramps at the middle school. Their experiment included obtaining background data by recording interactions between students on the ramps during passing time. After obtaining the initial data, the team installed a yellow line down the middle of the ramps and recorded student interactions. The results of their study indicated that the installation of the yellow line reduced the number of "incidents" on the ramps by 50 percent.
Each member of the team will be awarded a $1,000 U.S. Series EE Savings Bond.
Congratulations to 6th grade science teacher Mrs. Scheller and team.
- Wisconsin Surpluss Auction
An auction is now listed and scheduled to close July 22, 2014 starting at 10am. Type in the word "Baraboo" to find items being sold by us.
- Elementary Summer School
- Summer Food Service Program
- 2014 Technology Academy
- Facilities Referendum
- Online Plan and Resource Guide
- School Report Cards
- School Safety Resources