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A Message from Mrs. Davis

It is always a great day to be a Panther and this year is no exception.  We ended the 2016-2017 school year with the Juda-
Albany softball team winning the state championship in softball.  This summer we were notified that the team (as well as the Juda and Albany communities) won the sportsmanship award.  This was a great honor for all of those that supported the team and the program throughout the years.  Thank you to everyone!

We were blessed to have community support to upgrade and update our school facilities.  The referendum that was passed in 2016 allowed us to update ceilings, lighting, flooring, hvac, and many spaces that were in need of updating.  The school is beautiful and functional.  There are many more spaces available for learning and conducive to our student's learning styles.  

We are continuing to update our curriculum and are working on our standards and curriculum.

The elementary, middle school and high school have been working on STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math) and ACP (Academic and Career Planning).  Please see the guidance counselor page for more information on ACP.

The elementary continues to work focus on reading and math and our RtI (Response to Intervention) program.  

We continue to look for grants to help support the programs and initiatives that we have for our students.  We were fortunate to receive our third $10,000 Monsanto grant.  We received another grant from the Wisconsin Technology Initiative for $25,000.  We have received over $100,000 in grant money from the WTI!

Our theme this year is "Out of this World".  We want everyone to have a year that is "Out of this World" in all areas-academics, extra-curricular, personal and social.  Have an amazing year everyone!

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