The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and Fund for Teachers has recently announced that three teachers at Eagle Point Elementary School (reading specialist Sharon Ganster, kindergarten teacher Alyssa Knorr, and fourth grade teacher Rachel Bohlman) have been selected to receive a 2015 Wisconsin Schools of Recognition Teacher Fellowship grant for $9,285.read more
Performances are April 30, May 1, 2 and 3 at the high school Performing Arts Center.
The DAHS Drama and Music Departments present . . . Little Shop of Horrors at the DeForest Area High School Performing Arts Center. Show times are: 7 pm on April 30, May 1, and May 2, and 2 pm on May 3. A special performance and reception is available for older adults on Wednesday, April 29, at 4:00 pm in the PAC.
Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door. Call 842-6600 to order ahead.read more
On the first of every month during this school year, students in Julie Harrier’s 1st/2nd grade class at Morrisonville Elementary School have posed in front of a maple tree near the school. They make observations about how the tree and its surroundings have changed each month. Harrier then thought it would be interesting to tap this tree to show students what the sap inside looks like. So, on Friday, March 20, volunteer Jim Hinner took the students back to the maple tree to demonstrate how to tap the tree. The class collected several gallons of sap. Hinner will boil it down with sap from his own trees and turn it into maple syrup. The class will then have a pancake breakfast after spring break.read more
Thank you, community members, for your commitment to the DeForest Area School District. Continue learning about the design and construction process here.read more
District & State Assessments
Badger Exam scheduled for April 2015. Information and schedules for state required accountability assessments and district instructional planning tools.read more
Check out the Superintendent's Blog
Building our future together - With the passage of the recent referendum, Superintendent Borden reflects on the new meaning of this phrase. Plus other information and educational insights from DASD District Administrator, Dr. Susan Borden.read more