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. 


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Notice from Juda Fire Department

It was brought to our attention last October Fire Prevention week that several
students said they did not have working smoke detectors in their homes. Through a grant, the Juda Fire Department received 25 smoke alarms. If your home does not have any, or if your alarms are ten years old, or if you need to add more alarms to your home, we have alarms available. This includes senior citizens.

Please contact the Juda Fire Department, Sam Kaderly contact person, at 934-5394. Limit two per home. You will be asked to fill out an acknowledgment form to receive these alarms.


        The Juda High School Student Council will help hold a Red Cross Blood Drive on Monday, May 2. They are asking for everybody who is able to come to Juda School and donate. The student council’s goal for this blood drive is 26 pints of blood!     


    The 6th Annual Juda Hill Climb, 5K/ 2K / Kids Fun Run, is approaching very quickly! The race this year will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2016. Registration and check-in will begin at 8:00 a.m. The Kids Fun Run will start at 9:00 a.m. with the 5K Run and 2K Walk at 9:30 a.m. All proceeds will go directly to Juda Youth Hoops. To register online please go to bit.ly/judahillclimb2016. If you have any questions, please contact Curt Brown at cb@judaschool.com or (608) 934-5251 Ext. 232.   


    The art show will be May 17th at 7:00 pm, which is also the same event as the spring choir concert. The art show will showcase artwork from all of our students who are involved in our art program, including elementary, middle school, and high school students.


    Mr. Anderson will be presenting tomorrow at the Wisconsin Mathematics Council. He will be giving a presentation on the blending of curriculum and expectations. He will also be attending a dinner that night for the PAEMST winners, Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.


    Both the boys and girls track teams won against Big Foot on Tuesday, April 26. On Saturday April 30, there was the Palmyra-Eagle Invitational. It was a Varsity only meet and participating

Juda High School Prom - May 7th
Junior Prom
Please join the Junior Class on Saturday, May 6th, for an
evening to remember. Masquerade will begin at 7:30 p.m.
with the Grand March starting at 8:00 p.m. Tickets to at-
tend the dance are $3 per person or $5 per couple.

Post Prom is from 12am to 3am.  Activities to include: Knockerballs, Laser Nerf Wars, 8-player LED Foosball, Selfie Photo Corner, Pie Face, and Minute-To-Win-It.  Students will play games to earn tickets to be entered in a random drawing to win many prizes.  Food and drink will be provided.  

Monday May 2: Baseball @ Monroe (4 pm start) (release-2:10/Varsity and JV)            

*Early Release necessary for this baseball game to finish previously suspended game and play another.

Band-O-Rama 7pm

Blood Drive 12-6


Tuesday May 3: Softball Home vs. Black Hawk (re-schedule from 5-2-16)

Baseball Varsity Home Parkview (JV @ Parkview)

Track @ Clinton (Rock Valley South Conference meet) (1:45 release)


Wednesday May 4: - 4K and 5K Round Up


Thursday May 5: Softball @ Benton-Shullsburg (Shullsburg-release @ 2:30)

Baseball Varsity @ Parkview (JV Home)


Friday May 6: Softball @ Poynette Tournament 4 and 6 PM Games (1:15 release)

Baseball Varsity @ Edgerton (2:40 Release) (JV-Home/re-scheduled from 4-1-16)

Track @ Beloit Daily News Invite (2:00 release)

4K Field Trip


Saturday May 7: PROM


    Congratulations to the forensics team on their stellar performance at State on April 15. Derrick Byrne, Nick Baum, Trent Davis, and Quintin Kammerer earned a gold medal for their play acting performance; Megan Powers and Danielle Dieckhoff each earned a silver medal for their individual prose performances; Kelsey Cramer, Robyn Wahl, Hailey Kammerer, and Mariah Riese earned silver medals in play acting; Nicole Becker and Courtney Fortney earned silver medals for their play acting performance; Jessica Crull earned a bronze in prose; and Jacob Mahlkuch earned a baby bronze for his prose performance. You all did a wonderful job representing our school in Madison. The Forensic Showcase will be on Honors Night.  


    The summer youth ball programs are being finalized. Please look for detailed information in May. The Rec. District is also planning a summer waterpark trip. Please watch for the summer newsletter that will include all summer activities and programs.


    Summer band/choir camp scholarships will be available on May 1st. Please see Mrs. Way or Mr. Smith for an application.


    The elementary students have a lot of fun field trips and activities planned for the last month of school. Please read the weekly newsletter. This newsletter contains important dates and activities, along with other information from your student's teacher. The newsletter can also be viewed on the Juda School's website.


    Large Group was a huge success! Thank you to all students, parents, and teachers that volunteered their time. Both High School and Middle School Bands and Choirs all received a one for their performances. Great job! The State Solo & Ensemble students had performed over the weekend, and the Juda School Bands had performed on May 2. They all did an outstanding job!


    Thank you to everyone who helped make the Juda FFA banquet successful! The 2016-2017 officers are President- Aurora Daniels, Vice-President- Matt Schmitt, Secretary- Sara Jordan, Treasurer- Rachel McCullough, Reporter- Sharlene Swedlund, Sentinel- Clayton Mahlkuch, Parliamentarian- Justin Roth, and Historian- Nicole Kamholz. Congratulations to these members! State CDE’s were on Friday, April 29, and there were two teams that represented Juda. Clayton Mahlkuch, Cole Mahlkuch, Rachel McCullough, and Brian McCullough were on the Dairy Cattle Evaluation team, and Aurora Daniels, Trevor Drain, Austin Padulla, and Charlayna DeVoe were on the Dairy Foods team.