Teaching and Learning
The Sauk Prairie School District encourages lifelong learning by providing education opportunities for community members of all ages. From our early childhood and four-year-old kindergarten programs, to our extensive community education classes and activities, we support the intellectual, physical, and social growth of those who live, work and learn in our community.
The Teaching and Learning team coordinates the district’s curriculum, supports instruction by providing professional development and teaching resources, and works with schools to meet the needs of individual learners. The team consists of two departments:
- Student Services
- Curriculum and Instruction
Programs coordinated by Student Services include:
- Special Education
- Safety and Security
- Equal Access and Opportunity
For more more information about Student Services click on the Pupil Services/Special Education link under the District main menu.
The Curriculum and Instruction Department works with educators to create an instructional experience for students that is challenging, enjoyable and supports their individual growth on standards set to prepare them for college and career. Programs coordinated by Curriculum and Instruction include:
- Curriculum Development
- District and State Assessments
- Early Learning / Four-Year-Old Kindergarten
- Educator Evaluation
- English Language Learner Support
- New Teacher Mentoring
- Professional Development
For more more information about Teaching and Learning in the Sauk Prairie Schools, contact Assistant Superintendent Jeff Wright at (608) 643-5590.