Stoughton Area
Community Foundation

Stoughton, WI 53589
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The Stoughton Area Resource Team, Inc. (START) provides a safety net for those in crisis. Recently, a 30-year old single father of two struggled to find work, to pay for daycare for his children and to secure a home; so much time was spent homeless and hopeless.

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Stoughton Area School District


320 North Street
Stoughton, WI 53589

Contact Name: Sarah Dannals
Grants Info
PBIS Incentives - 2013 Amount Funded: $5,000.00
PBIS focusses on teaching proper behaviors to students and then reqarding them for choosing those behaviors, and educating those who choose other behaviors. This grant will provide a variety of student and staff incentives to maintain a focus on all the good choices students/staff are making on a daily basis, especially those choices in line with the building goals and expectations.

PBIS Incentives - 2014 Amount Funded: $6,222.00
PBIS focusses on teaching proper behaviors to students and then reqarding them for choosing those behaviors, and educating those who choose other behaviors. This grant will provide a variety of student and staff incentives to maintain a focus on all the good choices students/staff are making on a daily basis, especially those choices in line with the building goals and expectations.

Social Work Services - 2014 Amount Funded: $3,489.00
Funds will be distributed on an as-needed basis to students and families experiencing barriers to education. Items include school supplies, weather and school appropriate attire, or glasses and hearing aids required to fully participate in the educational experience.

Stoughton Strength & Conditioning Center Equipment Upkeep/Replacement - 2014 Amount Funded: $4,000.00
Repair/Upkeep/Replacement of Stoughton Strength & Conditioning Center equipment. Ex. Foam rollers, Superbands, Clamps & Training Bars, et al.

Chip in For Meals Program - 2014 Amount Funded: $2,500.00
Funds are added to a School lunch fund where at-risk children receive a school lunch. Some of the funds go to social workers for assisting with the “whole life of the child,” for items like clothing, eyeglasses, athletic passes, et al.

Social Work Services - 2012 Amount Funded: $5,000.00
Funds will be distributed on an as-needed basis to students and families experiencing barriers to education. Items include school supplies, weather and school appropriate attire, or glasses and hearing aids required to fully participate in the educational experience.