Stillwater Area High School Newsletter for Week of October 8, 2018

SAHS E-Newsletter

October 12, 2018

Student Council presidents seek to leave a legacy at SAHS


Stillwater Area High School seniors Abdulaziz Mohamed and Nikhil Kumaran are believed to be the first students of color to serve as student council presidents. The two not only hope to run an effective council, but they also aim to amplify the voices of their peers. Principal Rob Bach says the young men are impressive and have done an amazing job making a difference in the school.

Read the Stillwater Gazette article.

Junior receives Award of Excellence

In June, Ava Chaves represented SAHS and the State of Minnesota at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston. She received an Award of Excellence from the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists certifying her successful completion of the Congress. 

Ava was taught and mentored by some of the greatest living minds of medicine and had the opportunity to watch a live surgery and question the surgeon in real time. Rob Bach, SAHS principal, presented Ava with her award. Congratulations Ava!

Ava Chaves

Student journalists earn several awards at state convention


Congrats to our student journalists who won 10 awards at the Minnesota High School Press Association's State Convention! The Pony Express took home six overall awards, including three Best of Show. Students also earned five individual awards for their work, including one first place winner. Teacher Rachel Steil was also honored as 2018 Minnesota Journalism Advisor of the Year. Read more.

Report absences online

Skip the phone call! Report your child's absences from school using the Skyward Mobile App. The app allows you to report an absence quickly and easily right from your mobile device. It also allows our staff to process absences faster and more accurately. 

Download the free app from the App Store.