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Sun Prairie School Safety Conference

The Sun Prairie Area School District will hold a school safety conference on Tuesday, April 22.  At the Prairie View middle school.

The vision for school safety within the Sun Prairie School District begins with offering  preventative programs and services to ensure children feel safe , have the tools they need to address problems, and have access to the community resources they may need to maintain their well-being, according to the press release.

There will be eight fifty minute sessions available for parents to choose from. Topics include social media educations, bullying prevention, positive behavior interventions, heroin education, and suicide prevention.

Rsvp online at www.sunprairie.k12.wi.us

Sun Prairie School Safety Conference

The Sun Prairie Area School District will hold a school safety conference on Tuesday, April 22.  At the Prairie View middle school.

The vision for school safety within the Sun Prairie School District begins with offering  preventative programs and services to ensure children feel safe , have the tools they need to address problems, and have access to the community resources they may need to maintain their well-being, according to the press release.

There will be eight fifty minute sessions available for parents to choose from. Topics include social media educations, bullying prevention, positive behavior interventions, heroin education, and suicide prevention.

Rsvp online at www.sunprairie.k12.wi.us

Sun Prairie School Safety Conference

The Sun Prairie Area School District will hold a school safety conference on Tuesday, April 22.  At the Prairie View middle school.

The vision for school safety within the Sun Prairie School District begins with offering  preventative programs and services to ensure children feel safe , have the tools they need to address problems, and have access to the community resources they may need to maintain their well-being, according to the press release.

There will be eight fifty minute sessions available for parents to choose from. Topics include social media educations, bullying prevention, positive behavior interventions, heroin education, and suicide prevention.

Rsvp online at www.sunprairie.k12.wi.us

Sun Prairie School Safety Conference

The Sun Prairie Area School District will hold a school safety conference on Tuesday, April 22.  At the Prairie View middle school.

The vision for school safety within the Sun Prairie School District begins with offering  preventative programs and services to ensure children feel safe , have the tools they need to address problems, and have access to the community resources they may need to maintain their well-being, according to the press release.

There will be eight fifty minute sessions available for parents to choose from. Topics include social media educations, bullying prevention, positive behavior interventions, heroin education, and suicide prevention.

Rsvp online at www.sunprairie.k12.wi.us

Disney musical takes Cardinal Heights group under the sea

Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School students will perform a Disney musical next week.

Performances of "The Little Mermaid, Jr." will begin April 25 and continue through April 27 with a total of four shows.

Tickets are available online or at the door at $7 for adults and $5 for students and seniors... Read More

Officials to hold online safety session for grown-ups

Officials to hold online safety session for grown-ups

Local police will help host an adults-only presentation on online safety next week. 

Sun Prairie police Lt. Brian Teasdale said the department is working with the Dane County Sheriff's Office on an event scheduled Monday at 6 p.m. called "Internet and Technology Safety."

The event will be held at Sacred Hearts church, 221 Columbus St., on the lower level in the gathering room, organizers said.

The session will include discussion on topics like how to be safe online, dangers of apps kids commonly use, online predators, sexting and more. 

Deputies Josalyn Longley and John Nelson and Officer Jon Lothe will present, according to the police department. 

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Westside students share hopes, dreams

During the month of March, third grade students at Westside Elementary School researched the stories, struggles and successes of some of the greatest Americans of all time... Read More