The state’s school report cards show our district is moving in the right direction.

We’re pleased that the vast majority of our schools meet, exceed or significantly exceed expectations. The vast majority of our schools have also improved from last year. In addition, the district score meets expectations and also improved since last year.

What are State Report Cards?

The report cards are part of the state’s accountability system and are released each fall. They are based on last year’s data in four major measures - achievement, closing gaps, growth and keeping students on track.

The state report cards offer us the opportunity to reflect, calibrate with other data points that we use as a district, and celebrate our progress.

As a district, we have exciting momentum and exciting progress which you can read about in our annual report.

We believe that accountability is important and we work to be transparent about our results. The state’s report cards are one of many data points we consider. We publish a comprehensive annual report, along with individual school profiles with data for every school in our district. We also monitor current, actionable data throughout the year and use for daily decision making in the classroom.

We’ll continue to monitor our progress along the way this year, and update you and continue to ask for your partnership in supporting your child.

Click on each school name below to download that school's DPI School Accountability Report Card. For more information on the report cards or to download older report cards, visit the Wisconsin DPI Report Card website.