Juda School District

Excellence in Education
Creating leaders who are critical thinkers, problem solvers, and effective communicators. 

 Mission: The Juda School District, which is a partnership of community members, educators, parents and students, shares a common goal of engaged student learning, strong leadership, quality teaching, rigorous and diverse curriculum, and community service. 

    The Juda High School Math Team hosted approximately 200 students at the Six Rivers East Math Meet last Wednesday.  Juda took first place, Albany came in second, and Black Hawk placed third.  Juda had 16 top finishers out of 35.  Juda students had the top four scores.  Top Meet performers overall were Trent Davis and Samantha Anderson.  Top scores for freshmen/sophomores were Trent Anderson and Taylor Adkins.  Juniors and seniors who earned gold medals were Trent Davis, Samantha Anderson, Skyler Stuckey, Victoria Euclide-Petig, and Riley Adkins.  Silver medalists were Matt Schmitt, Chelsea Burkhalter, and Keagen Haffele.  Freshmen/sophomore gold medalists were Karlee Kesler, Nicole Kamholz, and Nate Nicholson.  Silver medalists were Marilyn Faris, Triniti Elmer, and Quinton Kammerer.  


    The will be a meeting Monday, February 27, at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria.    


    This year’s juniors will be taking the ACT Test on Tuesday, February 28.  The Workkeys portion of the test will be given on Wednesday, March 1.  Teachers have been working with students during flex period on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays to them for this important test.                                         


    This week is FFA Week.  Students are participating in the following dress-up days:  Monday students are to wear navy blue, Tuesday is Dress Like a Farmer, Wednesday is Corn Gold (Yellow), and Thursday students should wear their FFA apparel. There is also an elementary school coloring contest. The winners from each grade will get to throw a pie in the face of one of the Juda FFA Officers.



    The Spring Fruit and Meat Sale has begun.  Contact an FFA member or the school if you would like to place an order.  





Thursday February 23: Boys Basketball Home Pecatonica (concessions-Junior)

State Wrestling Begins

Elementary Homework Club 3:10-4:00 p.m.

MS/HS Homework Club

Funny Feet Day


Friday February 24: No School

Girls Basketball 2nd Round Playoffs TBD


Saturday February 25: Girls Basketball Regional Championship TBD




There will be a mandatory parent/athlete meeting for Juda-Albany HS softball players on Tuesday, March 7th @ 6:30pm in the computer lab.  Any Juda softball players planning on playing HS softball this spring need to attend this meeting with a parent/guardian.  Season expectations, schedules, & other important information will be handed out at this meeting.   


    Congratulations to Riley Adkins, this year’s valedictorian, and Chelsea Burkhalter, this year’s salutatorian.



STEAM for Everyone!   What is STEAM?  It's Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.  Join us on Friday, February 17th, to celebrate our students' success in enhancing their STEAM skills through problem-solving and perseverance.  All 4K-12 students will be showcasing different projects, including the high school "Robot Sumo" competition.  Dr. Tony Evers, Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction, will be attending as well as several other notable guests.  The fun starts at 9am!  Please see this flyer for more information.  Hope to see you there!



    Congratulations to Toby Hosch for winning our school’s spelling bee. Toby will be moving on to the regional spelling bee at the end of the month. This year’s alternate is Ruby Schaffer.     



    Brodhead-Juda wrestlers Trent Davis got second in regionals, and Jayson Starr got fourth in conference. Trent Davis wrestled at sectionals this past weekend at Richland Center.



    Next Thursday, February 23, the Elementary students are going to participate in Fun Feet Day. Each student that brings in $0.50 can participate. All proceeds will be going to Pennies for Patients.       



    The will be a meeting Monday, February 27, at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria.                                            



    The Kindergarten is working on their fish weaving project. The 1st Grade is working on finishing their Kandinsky trees. The 2nd is having the OpArt concepts introduced to them. The 3rd Grade is working on their owl, oil pastel project. The 4th Grade is working on their Monocho Mantie projects. The 5th Grade is working on their printmaking. The 6th Grade is performing their plays this week. The Odyssey of the Mind team is working on their problem and preparing for state competition. The High School is continuing work on their furniture project.