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Covid-19 Quarantine Guidelines

Football Playoff Tickets

The Spencer/Columbus Football team is traveling to face the Cumberland Beavers on November 13th. Pre-sale tickets will be on sale starting on Tuesday, November 10th, and will go to Wednesday, November 11th in the high school office. Tickets are $6 and we will only have 200 available. Please pay at the window outside of the office as you come into the building. There will be no tickets available at the door, you must buy a ticket ahead of time to attend the game. Please contact the Athletic Director Ryan Sprenger at rsprenger@spencer.k12.wi.us with any questions.

Middle/High School Reopening Phase 2
MS/HS Parent Teacher Conferences

There will be an adjustment to the calendar.  Parent teacher conferences are being moved to November 4th from 1:00-8:00 PM.  Parents may sign up for a phone call, zoom meeting, or email from various teachers by clicking this link. https://forms.gle/dmRSw8jArutrA7aA7


Thursday October 29th, will now be a full day of school.  This has been done to maximize the amount of time students are in the building.  Virtual Wednesdays are more conducive to our virtual conferences.  

Notice of Positive Covid Case in MS/HS

Please click HERE for more information. 

2020 Sports Spectator Policy

Spectator Policy

Construction Has Started!



Click HERE for time lapse video of progress on the dome construction project.  A picture is taken every 10-12 minutes.  For this and other updates, click Referendum Updates in the left hand navigation menu.  

BIG NEWS for School Breakfast & Lunch

Lunch bags

The USDA has announced that as of September 1, 2020, all students in the Spencer School District will receive FREE breakfast and lunch through December 31, 2020 or until funds run out. We will keep you updated on the status as the school year progresses. 

Bell Schedule

Bell Schedule

COVID-19 Health Screening Checklist

Please review the following checklist of questions we will be using to assess student health concerning COVID-19.

COVID-19 Screener

2020-2021 Food Service Update

A message from our Food Service Director, Frankie Soto:

Reopening Updates 8-21-20
Registration for Middle and High School Students

In order to continue our planning for the year we ask that students please read through this letter, following the link to register, and follow the link to sign up for a time for students to pick up their chromebooks and other materials.  


Please click HERE for the letter. 

School Transportation Announcement

School Bus

IMPORTANT: Transportation Applications were mailed to each student’s family on July 31. The form must be filled out and returned by AUGUST 14th EVEN IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO HAVE YOUR CHILD RIDE THE BUS! Forms received after August 14 will be processed the first week of school which means those students will be allowed to begin riding the bus the SECOND week of school. Understand that a single late arrival may mean large changes to a school bus route and families already knowing their pick up time may all have to be contacted with new times as well as mapping and other related changes required. Your cooperation in meeting the August 14 deadline truly is crucial to our staff creating routes on time for you.

With all the changes going on, your information is critical to the development of school bus routes, timing of routes, and efficient routes. If you have NOT received a Transportation Application in the mail, please contact Jon Burnett at Burnett Transit or the school immediately! Thanks for your help as we work to create a safe, healthy, and efficient bus route for each of your families. Jon Burnett / 715-659-4391

Graduation Streaming Link

Please click HERE to view a live stream of our graduation today.  Thank you to OnFocus for providing the stream!

Spencer MS/HS Reopening Plan
Please click HERE for the slideshow.
School District Reopening Plan
Please click HERE for the slideshow.
Fall Sports Sign Up

While there is a lot up in the air in regards to reopening in the fall, we will continue to do our due diligence and plan for multiple scenarios. Any students in middle school or high school that are interested in signing up for cross country, football or volleyball should fill out this form so that the coaches can contact the parents about tentative plans.


Community Updates June 24

Please click on the following link for updates.



Weight Room

Due to the recent spike in Covid 19 cases in Marathon County we will not be opening the weight room on July 1st as we had originally hoped. We will be adhering the the WIAA guidance on summer activities. Students may continue to participate in virtual work out plans. This is a fluid situation and it may change on a week to week basis.

Middle School Check Out

Please click on this article for more information on how to sign up for a check out time on May 28 or 29.

Updated Grading Procedures Offer Flexibility


 As the School District of Spencer continues the transition in a virtual learning environment for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, we are making some changes to our grading procedures to allow more flexibility for students and families during this difficult time. After receiving guidance from the State of Wisconsin, meeting as a staff, and consulting with other school districts, we have decided to create the following options for our students and their families. 






Please click HERE for the updated grading procedures



04/17/2020 Closure Updates




School District of Spencer 

Safer at Home Order

Covid-19 Closure Announcement

Hello All,

I want to thank you for your efforts in supporting your child through the mandated closure.  At this point, due to the Governor's mandated Safer at Home Mandate,  we will not be returning to school prior to April 24th.  Once more information is provided we will update you accordingly.   

Michael Endreas

District Administrator

School District of Spencer

April SEL Word of the Month-RESPONSIBILITY



Spencer’s Social and Emotional Learning word for April is RESPONSIBILITY.

Help To Do Your Part-Social Distancing

Social Distancing


Respect Word Cloud

Spencer’s Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Word of the Month is RESPECT.

In other words….The Golden Rule…Treat others as you want to be treated.

A Letter from our SEL Team


It’s a new school year…SEL is the word….And September’s word of the month is OPTIMISM.   Trust us when we say good things will happen.

Will you be a part of it?

Eighth Grade Students Face "Reality"

Savings & charityReality Store

This years Reality Store was yet again a success and a challenge for many 8th grade students. When calculating their monthly budgets, students were quick to realize there are many different expenses that add up quickly. Many students fell into debt and had to either make sacrifices, find assistance, or go and get a part time job, which is reality for many families in our community. It was also nice to hear a couple of students, who were a little more fortunate, offer to help some of those who were not. Even though that was not an option, it was nice to hear our students offering to give back to our community. Thank you to our surrounding area schools for joining us, Karen Isaacson from Marshfield Chamber of Commerce, and the local volunteers for your continued support to help Spencer students become career ready. 



The School District of Spencer will be going to Referendum on April 2, 2019.  

The purpose of the referendum will be to pay for the cost of:

  • renovating the school building to improve safety and security;
  • maintaining, upgrading and equipping facilities; and
  • constructing and equipping an addition to the school building for education, music and athletics.


For more information about the referendum please click HERE


There will be informational meetings held on March 21st and March 26th in the Lucille Tack Center for the Arts at 6:30 pm.  The referendum question will be on the April 2nd ballot.



School Cancelled Wednesday January 30th

Due to low temperatures school will be cancelled on Wednesday January 30th.  

8th Graders Learn About Chemical Reactions

Students watch chemical reactions

Spencer 8th grade science classes have been learning about physical and chemical reactions. We have completed many labs from combining baking soda with vinegar to test how temperature impacts glow sticks. But the most exciting lab by far was Elephant’s Toothpaste.

This experiment is called Elephant’s Toothpaste because the chemical reaction produces a large foamy mess that looks like toothpaste squirting out of a tube. The foam is actually filled with oxygen that came from the hydrogen peroxide. We used yeast as a catalyst to remove the oxygen and to increase the reaction rate.  The expressions on the student’s faces were priceless as the thick foam oozed or shot out of the bottle!

Submitted by Mrs. Barton



Samantha Soback is the Student of the Month

StudentSamantha Soback is an 8th grader at Spencer Middle School. She was selected as the Student of the Month for September. Below you will find a series of nominations and comments about Sam. Congratulations!


If you are interested in nominating somebody for Student of the Month please do so at the following link.



Student and Staff Member of the Month

ideasStudent and Staff Member of the Month nominations are now open.  Please consider nominating someone who makes us all proud to be a Spencer Rocket! Please click on the links below!

Student of the Month

Staff Member of the Month

Military Appreciation Event

American Flag

The Spencer School District would like to inform the community of our "Military Appreciation Event" being held tonight September 7th at the football game. During this event soldiers from 1st Battalion 120th Field Artillery unit will be firing off their M119 Howitzer cannon after every Rocket touchdown! Thank you! 

Middle School Supply List

Please click HERE for the Middle School Supply List.

Safe Schools Grant Recipient Spencer Receives Safe Schools Grant

Spencer Recieves Safe Schools Grant

Spencer Pride Pump

Pride Pump

The School District is proud to announce a generous donation from Baltus Oil company.  They have installed a Rocket’s Pride Pump at the gas pumps near our Great Lakes store. Two cents of every gallon sold through the Rocket’s Pride Pump will be donated to the Spencer School District on a quarterly basis.  The proceeds from this will go to support our School programs. I am very thankful to John Baltus for his support of our school and kids.

Hanging Baskets Greenhouse Plant Sale
Employment Opportunities

Rockets LogoThe Spencer School District is in search of candidates in the following areas:

Middle School Special Education Teacher (Cross- Categorical)

Physical Education Teacher (Two Positions)

Athletic Director

Drivers Education Teacher

Varsity Girls Head Basketball Coach

More information can be found on our Employment Tab

Choir Festival

Choir FestOn Thursday, April 19 both Spencer Junior High Choir and Spencer High School Concert Choir participated in the Southern Marawood Conference Large Group Choir Festival held at Stratford High School. Adjudicators awarded each ensemble first (excellent) ratings in Class A (high school) and Middle School Class (junior high). Congratulations to ALL musicians on your hard work and dedication!  You make Spencer SO proud!- Submitted by Ms. Stewart

Middle School Physical Education

Middle School Phy Ed

Spring is here, and with the warm weather the Middle School Physical Education program is heating up. Students have spent the winter months performing strength and conditioning activities to enhance strength, build flexibility, and help their overall fitness levels. Along the way, students have also learned many new games and activities. The Middle School students are all excited to take their new skills to outdoor activities as we near the end of the school year and into the summer. GO ROCKETS- Submitted by Mr. Thomas

8th Grade FACE Sewing Projects


The 8th grade students in Ms. Polka’s FACE class completed their sewing unit by making emoji pillows. Students learned about sewing safety, identifying tools and equipment, hand sewing, and constructing a pillow. Each student selected their own emoji and created a pattern to cut out their fabric. Students then sewed their pillows by hand. They began by assembling facial features, sewing the fabric with right sides together, stuffing the pillow, and finishing it with some more hand sewing. The finished product was a 12 inch pillow. Students learned consistency, time, and patience were important during this process. They all enjoyed this experience as they  wanted to make a second one! - Submitted by Ms. Polka



Missoula Children's Theatre At The LTCA

Jack and the Beanstalk

6th Graders Explore Canada

Social Studies Presentation

6th graders in Mrs. Weisenberger's Social Studies class explored the physical and political features of Canada.  Students were assigned a province or territory in Canada and created Google Slide presentations for the class.  Students conducted research, documented important information, and created a visual slideshow they presented to their peers. - Submitted by Mrs. Weisenberger

Middle School Language Arts is “In Sync” with Today’s Learners

Middle School ELA


Three years ago Spencer Middle School adopted a new English Language Arts curriculum called StudySync.  This curriculum was one of the first fully electronic programs used in our district. After also adopting one-to-one student Chromebooks last year, the curriculum started to become a seamless way to complete reading, writing, speaking, and listening assignments that students truly enjoy.  The classroom looks very different at times compared to the traditional teaching of the past which included very large reading anthologies and a good number of supplemental workbooks and novels. Now, everything the students need is available in a virtual and weightless space--the Chromebook.  Students also don’t have to remember to bring homework to class (nor can one say they forgot it) because it is nearly always stored in a virtual space! Interactive elements like videos, virtual flashcards, and annotation storage make the program both convenient and thorough to a point that we could never have achieved in a 42-minute class period in the past.  The students are benefiting greatly and they are engaging more because they like the platform of the class. It is as second-nature for a student today to hear “log in” as to the past when a teacher said “turn to page…” - Submitted by Mrs. Much

School Closing

Spencer School District will be closed on Tuesday April 3, 2018 due to inclement weather.

Business and Information Technology Teacher

Business and Information Technology

The Spencer School District is in search of a dynamic teacher to lead the growth of a Business and Information Technology Program. The District is committed to offering a wide variety of opportunities to the students of Spencer in all areas, including Career and Technical Education (CTE). This position would include middle school survey courses in grades 6-8 designed to build student interest in business education and informational technology. Providing our students with personal finance, digital citizenship and digital literacy skills is a priority of ours. Our students have expressed a strong interest in business and informational technology courses, especially in the area of coding. This position may include, but is not limited to the following courses: Introduction to Business, Personal Finance, Marketing, Coding, and Accounting. We will work with Northcentral Technical College to provide dual credit opportunities for our students. 

Interested candidates should apply on WECAN. Questions may be directed to Principal Jason Gorst 715-659-4211 ext 106 jgorst@spencer.k12.wi.us

Middle School Girls Attend UWSP STEM Career Exploration Day


The University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point sponsors three STEM (Science, Engineering, Math, and Technology) events for junior high students each year. Sponsored by the Spencer Science Club, four girls from Spencer Middle School attended a day designed for girls to explore STEM careers on Friday, February 23. This one-day conference is designed to get them fired up and excited about science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  The event showcased STEM career professionals from throughout Wisconsin and faculty from UW-System. The girls engaged in hands-on workshops and learned the many career paths available with an education in STEM.- Submitted by Mrs. Roehrborn

7th Grade Combines Social Studies, Science and Art Concepts

The 7th grade students in Mrs. Rogney's World History class are wrapping up their unit on Ancient Greece.  Topics covered in the unit included geography, government, wars, and Athens vs. Sparta. Students were asked to combine content from all topics and create a shield that would represent themselves and their beliefs if they were to live during this era.  


The class also explored a new art technique called patina, that they could add to their shields.  Students used a small piece of copper to create a crest that would be displayed on their finished piece.  Liver of Sulfur was then used on the copper to help iodize it and create this cool old look.  The students were excited to try something new and their finished pieces turned out fantastic. Middle School Social Studies

Cupcake Wars

Cupcake WarsStudents in the 8th grade Family and Consumer Science Survey course competed with eachother in Cupcake Wars.

Reality Store

Reality Store

On March 13th, Spencer 8th grade students were shocked with a dose of reality.

The Reality Store is an interactive financial simulation where middle school students learn how their education, life choices and finances are all interrelated and impact their future.  During this hands-on experience students are given a hypothetical family situation. Based on that information they make spending decisions for their household. Their goal was to balance a monthly budget which included paying taxes, saving/investing, health and car insurance costs, and paying monthly bills (such as rent, utilities, phone, cable, childcare, groceries, car, clothing, etc.). Balancing their budget wasn’t easy, especially with unexpected financial fates along the way.

Spencer 8th grade students definitely got a glimpse of the future.

Spencer Math Students Celebrate Pi Day

Math Students

The past couple weeks Spencer 7th graders have been examining the circumference and areas of circles. Therefore, it seemed fitting to celebrate something as infinite as the value of pi.

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi is used in mathematics to represent a constant (the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter) which is approximately 3.14159. If you haven’t figured it out, Pi Day is observed on March 14 since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three digits of pi.

On this special day the 7th graders became a little “irrational” when sharing their "Pi" projects. They also listened to some "Pi" tunes and played "Pi" cards, but the best part was eating some delicious "Pi" food.​- Submitted by Mrs. Barton

Student Council Visits Stoney River

Student VolunteersMiddle School student council members went with Mrs. Wilke to visit our friends at Stoney River last week and together, they made St Patrick’s day crafts! They also brought them toasty warm blankets!

6th Grade Technology Skills

Students Integrating Technology and MusicIn Technology Skills, 6th grade students are creating parodies to their favorite songs!  The process includes analyzing lyrics and formulating ideas to express their feelings about a particular subject.  They then use different devices to record their voice and make a music video to correlate with their thoughts.  - Mrs. Wilke

School Closing at 1:30 PM

The School District of Spencer will be closing at 1:30 PM today, Thursday, Jan. 11.  All after school activities are cancelled.  Spencer Kid's Group will be open at 1:30 PM.  

SC Rockets at Amherst

Cheer on the SC Rockets this friday night

Spencer PTA night at Applebees

Join us for an Applebee's Fundraiser Benefitting Spencer PTA on Oct. 15.  

Assembly WAOW 9 Assembly
Parent Links


logo Welcome to our new site

Welcome to the Spencer Public School New Website. 

Please continue to check back as we will be adding new information.

Virtual Learning in Spencer

Virtual Learning

Virtual Learning Day Schedule (Grades 6-12)

**We have updated our Digital Office Hours for Canvas Chat**


Students work on periods 1-4

10:00-10:30 Canvas Chat for Periods 1-2


Canvas Chat for Periods 3-4


Independent work time


Students work on periods 5-8


Canvas Chat for Periods 5-6

3:30-4:00 Canvas Chat for Periods 7-8


Spencer Music Department

Fall Concert

The leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping! We hope that you will spend your chilly fall evening supporting Spencer's 7-12 musicians as they present their first concert of the 2019-2020 school year! Performances will include Junior High Band and Chorus, High School Concert Band and Concert Choir, The Spencer High School Handbell Ensemble and Oriana Madrigal. Admission is free of charge and open to the public

INTEGRITY-The Word of the Month


Integrity word cloud

The Social and Emotional Learning Committee at Spencer Schools is bringing you the word for the month of October….INTEGRITY.

What's the impact?

History lesson


Students in Mr. Olson's 7th grade Social Studies class have been studying the Renaissance, European exploration, and the Industrial Revolution. Each student chose one important figure to research and explained their impact on the time period as well as everlasting effects. In this photo two students chose to do their assignment on Galileo Galilei and Leonardo da Vinci.

Nine Middle School Students Earn College Tuition Rewards

Ecology Students


Some Spencer Middle School students (and their parents) have reason to be excited about earning tuition rewards points towards college tuition.  The students earned their rewards while selling items for the fall 2017 Forest Ecology Fundraiser, which included magazines and many other items.  Over 350 private colleges and universities participate in this program, and the Ecology Club plans to give students the opportunity to earn tuition rewards again with next year's fundraiser in support of our school forests.  The students who earned the tuition rewards shown in the picture (left to right) in the front are Kylie Egner, Laycee Glover, Tanner Hamer, Clayton Petras, & Mariah Seagren, and in the back are Ruby Semenchuk, Carson Schmidt, & Jordan Boe.  (Not shown is Jorie Meyer)  Submitted by Mr. Benton

Holiday Choral & Handbell Concert


The December 18th concert begins at 7:30 in the Lucille Tack Center for the Arts

6th Grade Music

For the first time this school year, the 6th Grade students at Spencer Middle School are following a survey rotation like 7th and 8th grade students have for years. Currently in music class with Mr. Dillenburg, 6th graders are working on "Ukulele Karate" where they learn new chords and strumming patterns on the ukulele as they advance from belt to belt. Ukulele is new to the music curriculum this year, and this group of kids is lighting it up! 

Ukulele Picture

FEMA Awards $2.9 Million Grant to Village of Spencer


Hazard mitigation funds will be used to build a community safe room

CHICAGO – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released $2,926,153 in Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) funds to the Village of Spencer, for the construction of a safe room at the Village of Spencer High School.

“The Pre-Disaster Mitigation grant program enables communities to implement critical mitigation measures to reduce or eliminate the risk of loss of life and property,” said James K. Joseph, regional administrator, FEMA Region V. “This project will give the community a safe room that can be used to protect residents in Spencer during times of severe weather.”

“We are excited about these funds and the support it will provide,” said Dr. Darrell L. Williams, Wisconsin Emergency Management administrator. “We are grateful to FEMA for their continued support!”

HMGP provides grants to state and local governments to implement long-term hazard mitigation measures. Through PDM, FEMA will pay 90 percent of the $3,251,281 eligible project cost.  The remaining 10 percent of the funds, $325,128 will be provided by the Spencer School District.


Covid-19 Closure Update 3/17/2020



School District of Spencer Parent Update:


We are off and running!


Heavy Metal Tour

Heavy Metal Tour

The Heavy Metal Tour for Marathon County attendees is arranged by Northcentral Technical College in Wausau in collaboration with the Northcentral Wisconsin Workforce Development Board. During this experience, 8th-grade students visit area manufacturers and learn about the many exciting career opportunities available in the fields of Mechanical Design, Machine Tool, Welding, Electromechanical Technology and more. Students also do a walk-through tour of NTC's Machine Tool, Welding, Electromechanical, Autobody, and Woods labs so they are able to connect what they’ve seen at businesses to the hands-on, state-of-the-art training offered at NTC!  Our Spencer eighth-grade class visited Creative Automation in Abbotsford and County Material in Marathon

Spencer Schools Welcome International Speaker

The Human Connection

We encourage all parents and invite all community members to attend this gratifying experience working in conjunction with our Social Emotional Learning movement.  Please contact Katrina Rotar with any questions at krotar@spencer.k12.wi.ua or 715-659-4211.    

Open Enrollment Window


The open enrollment window is now open!  You may consider open enrolling your child from February 4th to April 30th at 4 PM.  The online application is available here.  Please contact Katheryn Green in the High School office at 715-659-4211 with any questions or click here for more information.  

Rocket Newsletter
Middle School Science


Middle school science students started off the school year by diving into the scientific method. This is a fundamental process taught in science but the benefits of teaching this process to students will go beyond their science classes.  The process teaches students to logically examine and analyze information he or she is receiving and then make a logical decision based off the information present.  Students in Mrs. Busse and Ms. Kundinger's science classes created towers out of cups and popsicle sticks to learn about the scientific method.  More images of student towers can be found on the Spencer Middle School Facebook page.



science lab.jpg

Community Resources

We know that during these uncertain times, we are all finding difficulty in our lives in one form or another.  Please consider these resources that might help you and your family out:

Food Services During Covid-19 Closure

Our dedicated Food Service employees are offering meals for ALL KIDS 18 & UNDER in the district for FREE beginning Tuesday, March 17th!!!! 


-Cold meals are available following the school calendar. (i.e. Friday, March 20th is a scheduled day off, so no meals available.)

-ONLY LUNCH will be available on Tuesday, March 17th.  Breakfast & lunch will be available all other days.

-Pick up at the school for both breakfast and lunch is available from 7AM-7:30AM and again from 11:30AM-Noon at Door 1.  Please DO NOT come in. Wait at the curb and someone will be out to assist you.

-There will be a Meals on Wheels service option available to kids in the Village and rural areas of Spencer via bus stops. Village dropoffs are based on bus route stops in the village from 11AM-11:30AM. Rural routes will deliver to bus stops from 11AM-Noon. Times may vary based on need. 


Please email Darla ASAP at dfleischman@spencer.k12.wi.us for the number of meals needed for drop off or for alternate pickup arrangements.

For any ideas on how to make improvements to the program or concerns, please contact Frankie at fsoto@spencer.k12.wi.us.  

STEAM Comes to SMS



All kids are naturally inquisitive and every classroom should be filled with creativity and wonder. In order to unleash the creative potential in all students, Spencer Middle School is implementing STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) courses this year in the 7th and 8th grades. 

In the next couple months, 8th-graders will be creating podcasts. Podcasts are kind of like a radio show in your pocket. The goal is for students to gather as much information as possible so they can produce a podcast that you, the listener, would like to hear.  Launching their final product out to the real world can be scary, but also rewarding. 

The second half of the year, robotics will come to life for the 8th graders. Robots are programmable machines or gadgets that can perform a range of tasks by executing input commands. The goal is for the students to learn the principles of design, construction, and programming of robots.

Adding Minutes to the Day

This crazy winter has caused us to have 6 snow days already. Two days are built into our calendar, this leaves 4 to be made up. Please note the following changes:
*School day will be lengthened starting Monday, Feb. 18, this will make up 2 of the days. Middle and High school hours will be 8:07-3:22 and elementary will be 8:10-3:15. Buses will arrive 5 minutes earlier with this new schedule. 
*Students WILL be in school on March 8
*Last day for students will be in JUNE 7
Keep your fingers crossed that the ground hog was right and we have an early spring!!


Here is the MS/HS Bell Schedule 

Bell Schedule

School District of Spencer Staff Happy Holidays!

On behalf of the Staff and Students of the School District of Spencer I would like to wish you each and Happy and Joyous Holiday season.  

Spencer Middle/High School Exceeds Expectations

School Report Card Score

The Spencer Middle/High School received its first score in the "Exceeds Expectations" category since the advent of the School Report Card.  The school showed improvement in the areas of student achievement, school growth and in closing the gaps.  More information about school report cards can be found at this link

5/14/2020 Community Updates 5/14/2020 Community Updates

Safer At Home Orders, FEMA Grant, End of the Year Announcements

Middle/High School Virtual Learning Plan


Spencer Middle/High School Virtual Learning Days

Click HERE for video explanation. 

  1. We will provide digital standards-based instruction on a daily basis.

  2. We will utilize Canvas as our learning management system to deliver instruction, communicate, and assess learning.

  3. Students will also communicate with staff via email, zoom, and remind.



Open Enrollment
Cold vs Flu
May SEL Word of the Month-TOLERANCE


School Cancelled starting Monday March 16th. Virtual Learning to begin Tuesday March 17th

The School District of Spencer will be closed for students starting Monday March 16th, 2020. Staff will report for a morning meeting. Rookie Rockets will remain open at this time. Virtual learning will begin on Tuesday March 17th. Information will continue to be released via Facebook, email, and our website.




Spencer MS/HS Exceeds Expectations

Report Card Score

For the second consecutive year the Spencer MS/HS has exceeded expectations on the school report card.  More detailed information can be found at this website

UW-Green Bay MS/HS Summer Camps 2018
Open Enrollment is Happening NOW!

rocket's "S" logo

Open enrollment for the Spencer School District is open now through April 30th.  You can apply online or via mail.  Contact Kathryn at 715-659-4211 with questions or to get your paper copy of the necessary forms.

To apply online, click HERE.

For instructions to the online process, click HERE.



Crystal Apple Award Nominations now Open!

This morning representatives from the Chamber of Commerce went into all of our classrooms to kick-off the Crystal Apple awards program. As many of you know, this is an opportunity to acknowledge all of the great teachers we have here in Spencer. This year you are able to nominate teachers online using this link: https://forms.gle/AbppJjoAdhsZX9rU6

Spencer Represented at CESA 10 Spelling Bee

Congrats to Nathan Kieffer for representing Spencer in the CESA 10 Spelling Bee on February 5th. There where 22 Contestants and the Bee went 23 rounds. Unfortunately the rounds ended early for Nathan. This years champion is Autumn Meeker from Stanley-Boyd.


Nathan Kieffer participated in the CESA 10 Spelling Bee

Parents guide to cold, flu, pertussis
Spencer Crowns School Spelling Bee Champion


Congratulations to our Spelling Bee Champion Nathan Kieffer (7th grade) and our Runner-Up Abby Cherek (8th Grade)

The Spencer District Spelling Bee participants included 24 of the top spellers from fifth through eighth grades. Back (L to R): Abigail Wilke, Aubrey Loveland, Abbie Leichtman, Abby Cherek, Brooke Cherek, Alyssa Kobs, Savana Weyer, Nathan Kieffer, and Peyton Brookhart. Middle (L to R): Austyn Widmann, Carson Kilty, Alexis Mlsna, Oliver Schweiger, Magnus Schweiger, Samuel Helgestad, Rachel Nieman, and Austin Lalicata. Front (L to R): Yasmin Gonzalez-Garcia, Emily Justman, Tyler Peterson, Ema Schultz, Gavin Andrew, Alexa Weber, and Kolton Liss.

Submitted by Mrs. Much

Spencer Spelling Bee Champion Crowned!

Spelling Bee Winners

Pictured at right is the champion, Nathan Kieffer, an 8th-grade student. He is the son of Shawn and Kristy Kieffer of Spencer.

Pictured at left is the runner up, Oliver Schweiger, a 7th-grade student. He is the son of Jeff and Carmen Schweiger of Loyal.

Nathan will compete in the CESA 10 Regional Spelling Bee at Stanley Public Schools on Thursday, February 6, at 9:00 am.

Word of the Month-EMPATHY


Cooperation-Working Together


The Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) word for January is COOPERATION.


Middle School Announcements