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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    If anyone is interested in showing at the Green County Fair, entries are due May 27. All entry forms are online at greencountyfair.net.

    Wisconsin FFA Convention is June 13-16. If there is anyone interested in attending, please let Mr. Johnson know at rj@judaschool.com or 608-214-3634.

    The Horticulture class is still selling flowers/plants. Tomatoes (Beefsteak or Romas) and Peppers are $2.00 per 4 pack. Impatiens, Snapdragon, Salvia, Pansy, Marigold, Wave Petunias, Begonias, and Morning Glorys are $1.75 per pack. Individual plants are $2.00- $12.00 (Vinca Vine, Green Sweet Potato Vine, Purple Fountain Grass, Spikes, Lemon Symphony, Coleus, Geranium, Bleeding Hearts, Hanging Baskets, and Hanging Bags).


    The Panthers repeated as conference champions. Panthers defeated Cassville-River Ridge. Becker threw a no-hitter and struck out 10 and did not issue a walk. Senior Jessica Crull went 3-3 with two homeruns and five RBIs. Junior Sara Jordan went 2-4 with a homerun and three RBIs.

    Juda-Albany pulled out with two wins in the Juda tournament. The Panthers defeating Stockon (IL) 12-3 and Brodhead 10-0 in six innings. Hailey Kammerer went 4-4 with two RBI against Stockon. Junior teammate Sara Jordan went 2-3 with a homerun. Hailey Kammerer also went 2-3 against Brodhead and junior Chelsea Burkhalter was 2-4 with a double.

    Juda-Albany defeats Argyle 8-1. Senior Jessica Crull went 3-4 with two RBIs to power the Panthers. Juda-Albany junior Sara Jordan went 2-3 and senior teammate Danielle Dieckhoff had two RBIs. Becker ended her 21 inning scoreless streak with Argyle’s one run.

    Juda-Albany beat Monticello 17-7 in five innings. Sophomores Brook Kahler, Kassi Huffman, and Haley Freitag lifted the Panthers win over Monticello. Kahler went 3-4 and Huffman was 3-3 with a double. Freitag went 2-4 with a double and a home run for the Panthers, who pounded out 17 hits. Juda-Albany Piper Bailey finished 2-4 and senior Jessica Crull went 2-3. Junior Sara Jordan pitched a complete game to pick up the win. Jordan struck out four and walked two, she also went 2-4 batting.   



    Taylor Adkins, Connor Mayberry, Jacob Mahlkuch, Nate Nicholson, Samantha Anderson, Brooke Kamholz, Courtney Fortney, and Mariah Riese have gone to Evansville  to compete at the Freshman/Sophomore meet. This past Monday was the Regional Track Meet for Brodhead-Juda at Monroe, and they will go to their Sectional Meet at McFarland. Good luck runners!


    The Juda High School Class of 2016 Graduation will be held on Saturday, May 28, in the Palace Gym. The Baccalaureate will be at 1:00 p.m. with the graduation ceremony to be followed at 2:00 p.m.

8th grade promotion June 1, at 7:00PM


Friday May 27: Softball Regional Championship TBD

4:00PM start against HIGHLAND

 Seniors should report to rehearsal for the graduation at 10am this Friday, and that between 10:15-10:30am, the Seniors will be walking through the hallways wearing their caps and gowns.

Saturday May 28: Graduation 2pm


Memorial Day Celebration

For over 30 years we have had a Memorial Day celebration to honor those that have served our country. Paul and Hazel Matzke have done an amazing job in planning this event. It is now time to pass this on to another generation. If you would be willing to coordinate this event (for next year, 2017), please call the school at 608-934-5251 and let us know you are interested.

This year's event is scheduled for Monday, May 30, 2016 at 10 am at the Juda Cemetery.


    Spanish Club members will be going to the Luna Maya for lunch on Wednesday, May 18. They will also be going to the Veracruz Mexican Market after lunch. Spanish Club members should turn in t-shirt money to Mrs. Williams by Friday. The 2017 Dominican Republic trip participant list has been officialized and there are eleven students now going: Samantha Anderson, Aurora Daniels, Victoria Euclide-Petig, Dean  DeVoe, Jaiden Walker, Marilyn Farias, Almanzo Friedly, Connor Mayberry, Karlee Kesler, Keagen Haffele, and Jacob Mahlkuch.  


    The end of the year for students is very close, which means students will be taking finals next week. The calculus students already took their final last Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Finals for all other students will be June 1, 2, and 3.


    The Brodhead-Juda Football Cheerleaders had their tryouts recently on May 13. Members of the 2016-2017 Varsity squad are Rhiannon Keen, Mia Condon, Shayla Scheidegger, Rose Tacey, Abby Fish, McKenzie Keller, Bethie Cleasby, Cierra Stading, Kerigan Bennett, and Kylie Schafer.

Would you like to give your son or daughter the opportunity to learn more about another culture?  Academic Year in America is looking for families to open their hearts and homes to host a high school foreign exchange student for the upcoming school year.  You can host for a semester or a full year.  Contact Kori Sagen: ksagen2011@gmail.com or 608-751-8767 for more details.

Do you remember your foreign exchange student from high

school?  Academic Year in America is looking for families that would be willing to give the local high school students the same type of memories!!  If you would like information regarding hosting a student contact Local Coordinator: Kori Sagen: ksagen2011@gmail.com or 608-751-8767 for more details.

Want to bring the world to your community?  Contact local coordinator Kori Sagen: ksagen2011@gmail.com or 608-751-8767 for

more details on how you can host a high school foreign exchange student with Academic Year in America.  We have students from all over the globe!!