Stillwater Area High School Newsletter for Week of September 16, 2019

SAHS E-Newsletter

September 20, 2019

Happy Homecoming!

homecoming carnival

See you at the Pony Homecoming Carnival

Friday, Sep. 20, 2019 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at SAHS
Students, parents, alumni and community members are all invited to the free Pony Homecoming Carnival. This event brings out thousands of people and features carnival games, giant inflatables, activities, music, food trucks and concessions and much more! After, watch the Ponies take on Woodbury in the football game.

7:00 p.m. Ponies football game vs. Woodbury in Pony Stadium

Pony Pride Day

Pony Pride Day

High school students shared their Pony Pride with elementary students. The upperclassmen returned to their former schools this morning to get kids across the district in the Homecoming spirit! Students at SAHS also decorated the high school hallways with Homecoming messages. For pictures visit our Facebook page.


2019 Homecoming royalty crowned at pep fest


The 2019 Homecoming royalty was crowned during Monday's pep fest. Congratulations to Queen Megan Puhrmann, King Andrew Langenberger, Princess Lyxie Moosai and Prince Caeden Windschitl! The senior royalty from Community Thread was also crowned at the event. High School candidates made a grand entrance for the coronation dancing to a favorite song. View photos on our Facebook page.

Senior homecoming dance

Senior Homecoming Dance

Student council members celebrated Homecoming by dancing to the oldies with the senior Homecoming royalty and others at Community Thread! Some seniors dressed in outfits from the 50s and 60s. One woman had saddle shoes dating back 60 years, and around her neck she wore her husband’s class ring that he gave to her in high school. View photos on Facebook.

Academic Awards

Academic letters awarded to top high school students

Congratulations to our Stillwater Area High School students who earned academic letters for their school work! Letters were given out during a ceremony on Monday to 511 students who earned a 3.75 grade point average and above during the 2018-2019 school year. 96 of those students earned a perfect unweighted GPA of 4.0. For more photos visit our Facebook page.

Parents: Learn what to watch for to keep teens safe

top secret bedroom

Parents and other caring adults are invited to Stillwater Area High School to attend The Top Secret Project: an interactive traveling exhibit of a makeshift teenager’s bedroom followed by a ninety minute presentation.

This unique program is designed to help parents recognize unfamiliar hazards of teenagers related to drug and alcohol use, disordered eating, self-harm, and criminal activity that can often be found in plain sight. Featuring a makeshift teen’s bedroom, participants learn to identify items that when seen through an educated lens, could be a signal that there’s a problem. Following the exhibit, the presentation involves a discussion on what to do if you or someone you know is concerned and provides important resources for young people and families.

The Top Secret Project is committed to helping adults uncover the mysteries in the lives of teens, provide tools and resources to foster safe environments, and encourage ongoing dialogues.

Stillwater High School Auditorium
September 30, 2019
6:15 – 7 PM: Exhibit
7 – 8:30 PM: Presentation
Please register here. Presented by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. For more information, contact Julia Geigle 651.351.8198.

10th Grade Students will take PreACT Assessment Oct. 14 & 15

At no cost to families, the PreACT will be provided to each SAHS sophomore on October 14 and 15. Half of the sophomore class will take the assessment on the morning of October 14 and half will take it on the morning of October 15. All regular classes will continue to meet on each of those days.

To learn more about the PreACT test, visit or contact your student’s school counselor. To learn more about standardized testing administered at SAHS, visit our testing webpage