School District Performance Report Now Available

Each year, DPI provides public performance reports for all public schools and districts in Wisconsin. The reports each address sections of state or federal reporting requirements. All reports-and the many and varied indicators contained within-should be considered when reviewing a school or district’s annual progress. While some of the same data appears in multiple reports, each serves a distinct purpose under state and federal education laws.
The School District Performance Report serves as a district’s annual public report required under s.115.38 WI Statutes passed in 1991. The report covers a list of topics with comparisons to other districts in the same athletic conference:

  • Achievement Test Results (grades 3, 4, 8 and 10)
  • ACT, AP® Exam, Retention
  • Attendance, Dropouts, Truancy
  • High School Completion, Post-graduation Plans
  • Program Offerings and Participation
  • Staffing, Finance
  • Suspensions and Expulsions

To view our 2012-13 report, click here. (School year not over, not all data is available)
To view our 2011-12 report, click here.


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