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    No School May 28 - Memorial Day


    2018-19 Calendar Change 

    At the May 14, 2018, School Board Meeting, the Board unanimously approved two changes to the 2018-2019 Calendar. These changes were made to increase Parent Teacher Conference time for elementary students after receiving feedback from parents and staff.

    What Changed

    1.  February 21, 20194:00 PM - 8:00 PM Elementary Parent-Teacher Conferences (this had previously been scheduled for February 12, 2019

    2. February 25, 201911:00 AM - 7:00 PM Elementary Parent-Teacher Conferences. No School Day for Elementary students only. 

    View and download the 2018-19 Calendar. 

    Questions regarding this change can be directed to Educational Services, 715-345-5466. 


    Wisconsin Child Sales Tax Rebate

    Wisconsin is giving a one-time sales tax rebate to persons with dependent children in Wisconsin. Persons with dependent children in Wisconsin can apply for the sales tax rebate from May 15, 2018 through July 2, 2018 at 


    Wisconsin Sales Tax Holiday

    Sales of the following are exempt from Wisconsin sales and use tax from August 1-5, 2018:

    • Clothing - $75 or less per item
    • School supplies - $75 or less per item
    • Computers for personal use - $750 or less per computer
    • School computer supplies for personal use - $250 or less per item

    Wisconsin’s Sales Tax Holiday information is available on the department’s website at

  • The Stevens Point area is not just a beautiful place in which to live, grow, work, and play. It is a destination. The homestead from which to build a career, begin and raise a family, pursue life's dreams, and achieve personal and professional goals. Our District is an integral part of the Stevens Point area family, and we believe that the opportunities we offer, the people who provide them, and our students who take ahold of them will take you and your children - our students - to heights of achievement.



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  • SPASH Orchestra Concert to Feature Very Young Composers

    Posted by Stevens Point Area Public School District on 5/8/2018


    Student Plays Violin

    The Stevens Point Area Senior High Orchestra will be presenting their Spring Orchestra Concert on Thursday, May 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the SPASH Auditorium.  The SPASH Orchestra, directed by Cynthia Kiepert, will open the concert with senior violinist, Roshini Traynor & her brother, sophomore Dinesh Traynor performing the Vivaldi Double Concerto for Violin & Cello. Senior violinist, Hope Mahon, will be featured performing “Polish Dance” by Edmund Severn, a lively dance with sweeping melodies. The string orchestra will play highlights from “Moana” and a jazzy rondo that conjures up images of the Deep South in “Swamp Thang” composed by Richard Meyer.”


    Following the string orchestra will be the premiere performances of the Very Young Composers of Central Wisconsin compositions for the SPASH Symphony Orchestra. This year the two VYC composers are Nathan Zuge, a 4th grade student at Bannach School and Bennett Story, a home-schooled 4th grader.  Nathan’s piece is called “Waves in the Moonlight” and he thought about music that was “happy and sad at the same time.” On the other hand, Bennett, when he was composing thought of “dark, sad and scary music” for his composition, which is called “March of the Sith.” Kiepert said, “both pieces are wonderfully creative and what an opportunity for our community to have the Very Young Composers of Central Wisconsin in our community for the children of CW.”


    The concert finale section will feature the SPASH Symphony Orchestra playing Gould’s “American Salute”, which is based on “ When Johnny Comes Marching Home” and  Gustav Holst’s “The Planets: Jupiter the Bringer of Jollity.”


    “Please join us for our concert at SPASH on May 10th.  All of the students are amazing & I would especially like to give a “Thank You” to all of our wonderful senior musicians from the Orchestra,” said orchestra conductor Cindy Kiepert.

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  • SPASH Project Graduation

    Project Graduation is an AWESOME, CHEMICAL FREE Event that is funded by local businesses/donors and a very giving/caring community. It takes place after the SPASH Graduation ceremony beginning at 9:00 p.m., Sunday, May 27.

    Our SPASH Senior class spend the evening enjoying a Carnival, Bungee Jumping, Caricature Artists, DJ Music, a Magician, and a Hypnotist among a few activities.
    Get more information on the Project Graduation section of the SPASH website if you are able to volunteer or contribute a tax-deductible donation.

    If you have any questions, please contact Bonnie Bronk at (715) 345-7309
    or Michael Blair at (715) 345-7307

    Thank you for your consideration and for your help to make this event a reality!

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  • Ben Franklin Open House and Celebration May 20 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

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  • 2018-19 Elementary Day 8:45 a.m. - 3:35 p.m.

    More information

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  • Our District consists of nine Elementary Schools, two Junior High Schools, one Senior High School, and our specialized schools (Point of Discovery School, Charles Fernandez Center, Boston School Forest and Online Learning Center), and an exceptionally strong 4K program. Our students receive a comprehensive K-12 education and achieve at high levels because of a highly talented and dedicated faculty and staff; several unique programs; strong community partnerships; strong leadership at Board and Administrative levels; and a loyal, committed, and supportive community. It is for these reasons, and mostly because of our greatest assets - our students - that Stevens Point is one of Wisconsin's premiere, public school districts.


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