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In a tense and emotional meeting Monday night, the Mount Horeb Area Board of Education voted 4-3 to implement what is called a “Virtual-Plus” model in the fall, meaning nearly all students will learn virtually from home. Some students with special needs will still be allowed in the buildings, but...
The virtual Wisconsin State FFA Convention was held online July 6-10.  Mt. Horeb FFA members Naomi Coenen and Sydney Schlicht were honored for their participation in the State FFA Talent Competition and State FFA Honors Band respectively.  Both FFA members are also active in the Mt. Horeb High...
Dear Vikings,  As the District turns the page on a new fiscal year, the Board’s efforts to “set the table” for a new school year were a large part of last week’s work.  COVID-19 Update  and Next Steps:  As you know, the Board has established what the first quarter of education will look like. The...
On July 7, the Mount Horeb Area School District Board of Education decided on one of their two hybrid model schedules for the first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year. The plan they selected has students with last names starting with A-K attending school in person Monday and Tuesday, while...
On June 30, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction set forth new academic standards for three areas of instruction: English language arts; personal finance literacy; and physical education. The standards provide guidelines for knowledge and skills at the end of a grade level or band of...
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has recognized students named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester of the 2019-2020 academic year. Students who achieve at a high level academically are recognized by the dean at the close of each semester. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must...
The MHASD Writing Contest Committee has announced the winners of a new competition that put the considerable narrative powers of local students on full display. The theme this year was “Kindness, Courage, Respect,” and local writers in grades three through eight used the idea as a springboard for...
A total of 133 seniors on Saturday, June 13 took part in an unofficial Mount Horeb High School graduation procession through the heart of the village. But they weren’t the only ones who were celebrating; local eighth graders also had their own procession, bidding farewell to middle school as they...
2020 Mount Horeb High School graduates will not take part in an official in-person graduation ceremony, the district has announced.  A statement issued by high school principal Cody Lundquist states: "Since March 13th, when we all left the school not knowing what the future would hold, graduation...

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