These fifth grade were recently “twins” for the day!
24 days ago, Beth Steinke
Twins 1
Twins 2
Congratulations to Brooks Kraus for being a D3 Sectional Qualifier.
24 days ago, Dale Westfall
Brooks Kraus sectional qualifier
A fifth grader in Ms. Schelling’s class is working on Education Galaxy, which motivates students to achieve standards mastery in ELA and Math
24 days ago, Beth Steinke
Ed Galaxy
These fifth graders enjoy reading a good book!
25 days ago, Beth Steinke
Learning about the American Revolution
27 days ago, Todd Diethelm
6th  graders learning about the American Revolution
Future Business Leaders of America FBLA held regional leadership conference competitive events Jan 4-22. Eleven AHS students participated in virtual events on Jan 19 competing in region 2 which is comprised of over 20 schools in North Central Wisconsin. Good luck to all - top 3 will advance to state.
28 days ago, Roger Bloomer
Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) will be taken next Tuesday-Thursday in grades 3-5. Arrive at school well rested, eat a good breakfast, and come with a positive attitude. Parent information regarding MAP:
29 days ago, Beth Steinke
Thank you to Forward Financial for donating $1,254.39 to the district. These funds were received because those opening Charitable Money Market Accounts at Forward Financial have designated the School District of Athens as their organization.
about 1 month ago, Beth Steinke
Forward Financial
Following Dr. King’s footsteps, 2nd graders share their dreams for the future!
about 1 month ago, John Keefe
2nd grade
English 9 students are reading ROMEO & JULIET by William Shakespeare and some are discovering they are liking this piece from the 1500s. Most of them never imagined this play could be entertaining and a bit fun to read. Keep reading everyone! :)
about 1 month ago, Brenda Wilker
Romeo & Juliet
Girls Basketball Varsity and JV games vs Augusta have been canceled for tonight.
about 1 month ago, Danielle Gauerke
Healthy Relationships finished up the semester wearing Empathy Bellies and taking care of "Baby" through a series of stations where they practiced dressing, buckling and doing everyday activities while listening to babies cry. Take a look!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. N.
Dressing "Baby"
Reading a story to "Baby"
Sweeping the floor
Buckling "Baby" safely in the car seat
Outdoor Adventures class enjoying winter activities before Christmas break.
about 1 month ago, Jessica Bingham
Before Christmas break, Outdoor Adventure students were able to play Broomball and Ice Skate during class.
Students in Algebra 1 gave their "Genius Hour" presentations! It's always nice having students teach us something they know or have learned!
about 1 month ago, Korey Rottscheit
Homemade Cookies!
Bohr Model
Homemade Pancake Mixture
This week the 4th graders in Ms. Kalepp’s class celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. day on Monday, January 18th. Students were able to share their dreams for this nation as well. Please take a minute to read some of their dreams. They came up with some pretty powerful and real dreams. How would you complete this statement, “I have a dream...?”
about 1 month ago, Kira Kalepp
Grades 8-11 will pre-register for course during ACP on Monday, January 25th. Students will select courses they would like to see us offer in 21-22 school year. Final registration will take place on 3/24 and 3/25. Check out the Athens homepage for registration information.
about 1 month ago, Dan Nowak
Happy Friday everyone!
about 1 month ago, Danielle Gauerke
Make today a good day
8th Grade Earth Science
about 1 month ago, Craig Diedrich
Exploring the Earth’s Insides
Kindergartners learned about Martin Luther King, Jr. and the importance of treating everyone with kindness and respect no matter what they look like on the outside. Kindergartners learned that what really matters is who we are on the inside.
about 1 month ago, Carla Nowak
MLK Jr activity
MLK activity
The halfway point of the 2020 - 2021 school year is upon us!  That also means midyear testing will be taking place.  Testing should not bring about fear or worry.  Instead, it should be looked at as an opportunity to show what one knows and to discover what needs to be learned yet. Having a good attitude and trying to relax is very important.  Good luck to all Blue Jays as they get to proudly show what they know! 
about 1 month ago, Mary Hessefort
test taking