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Agenda 2017
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers has set specific target goals to achieve by 2017, regarding statewide graduation rates, college and career readiness, achievement gaps, and school finance. Agenda 2017 provides links between education reforms being pursued in Wisconsin schools.
 
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State Superintendent Evers on Report Cards

In a video aimed at parents and community members, State Superintendent Tony Evers cautioned that the school and district report cards to be released on Tuesday are not intended to measure everything that “people value in their schools, such as extracurriculars, such as music, art, and physical education, such as career and technical education.”

Tony!
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While standing behind the report card as an “important” way of communicating about critical pieces relating to student achievement, growth, and the achievement gap, Evers said, “I’m encouraging parents and community members to really take a look at all the things they value in the school” when making their own judgments about how a school is doing.

“In addition,” he said, “the report card is really for one purpose — and that is to identify what is good practice in school districts, and what schools are struggling, not so we can punish them: so that we can find ways to help them continue to improve.”

School Accountability Report Cards

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has released the 2013-2014 Accountability Report Cards. These Accountability Report Cards indicate a score for each public school districts and individual schools in the state of Wisconsin based on Student Achievement, Student Growth, Closing Gaps, and On-Track and Post-Secondary Readiness. The Overall Accountability Score places each district and school into one of five rating categories: Significantly Exceeds Expectations, Exceeds Expectations, Meets Expectations, Meets Few Expectations, or Fails to Meet Expectations

Please click on http://reportcards.dpi.wi.gov/ for more information and a to access the Accountability Report Cards for Clintonville Public Schools.

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has launched a school and data information system for public use. WISEdash Public Portal contains a variety of school-level data such as ACT, AP, WSAS, Attendance, and Enrollment data. Over time more and more school information will be incorporated into, and become available on the WISEdash Public Portal. To access the information click on the WISEDash button below.



The Guided Exploration for Parents and Community PDF will also help you navigate the WISEdash Public Portal. Use this link to access that PDF

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wiseguys Wise Guys

The Clintonville Wise Guys group grows middle school boys emotionally and socially, while teaching them life-long skills.
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District Mission Statement
The Clintonville Public School District, in partnership with its citizens, will empower those we educate to become lifelong learners who can think independently, critically, and creatively. Further, it is our mission to educate individuals to be successful, contributing members of our society and responsible, caring citizens in a diverse world.

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