Stillwater Area High School Newsletter for Week of October 22, 2018

SAHS E-Newsletter

October 26, 2018

High School Conferences on Nov. 1

On Thursday, Nov. 1 SAHS will hold arena-style conferences in the gymnasium from 4-8 p.m. These conferences do not require pre-scheduling. For more information on high school conferences visit our website.

ACT Aspire Make-up Testing

Make-up ACT Aspire testing will be available to any students who missed the ACT Aspire Assessments on Tuesday, October 30 and Thursday, November 1. Emails will be sent to specific 9th and 10th grade students (and their parents) who have not yet completed the testing. The make-up will be held in the Main Forum Room throughout both days.

Pony sports teams marching toward state competition

cross country teams

The boys and girls soccer teams are one win away from the state championship game! Both teams beat Lakeville North to earn a spot in the semifinals next week at US Bank Stadium. The girls will take on Wayzata Tuesday, while the boys play St. Paul Central on Wednesday. For ticket information visit our website.

The boys and girls cross country are both heading to state after winning the 4AA section championship!

The Man Who Came to Dinner

The Man Who Came to Dinner

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Stanley are thrilled when Sheridan Whiteside, a brilliant, witty, and widely beloved radio celebrity, accepts their invitation to dinner on his tour through their little town of Mesalia, Ohio. However, when Whiteside injures himself by slipping on a piece of ice on their doorstep, and is confined to their home for the better part of December, the Stanleys are not so pleased with the change in their household.

Nov. 2, 3, 8, 9, 10 at 7 p.m.
Nov. 4 at 2 p.m.
Stillwater Area High School Auditorium

Reserved seats: Adults $10, Seniors $6, Students $5
Purchase tickets online

Pony community raises big funds for cancer research

tackle cancer 2018

Thank you to everyone who helped support this year's Tackle Cancer fundraiser, which is organized by the Ponies football team. Through incredible generosity our community raised $23,514. The money will go to the Randy Shaver Cancer Research & Community Fund which supports cancer research and patient aid programs in Minnesota. Since 2012, the Ponies have contributed just over $62,000 to the fund.