School Report Cards
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) issued Report Cards for every district in the state. These are not individual student report cards, but rather a report card on each district/school’s progress. The rating system includes the following categories:
- Significantly Exceeds Expectations (83 – 100)
- Exceeds Expectations (73 – 82.9)
- Meets Expectations (63 – 72.9)
- Meets Few Expectations (53 – 62.9)
- Fails to Meet Expectations (0 – 52.9)
We are pleased to inform you for the 2016-17 school year our district received a Five Star Report Card Score of 96.9, Significantly Exceeded Expectations, which places us as the #1 district in the state. Four of our six schools received ratings, HSCL at Significantly Exceeds, South at Significantly Exceeds, LIFE Magnet at Significantly Exceeds, and North Shore Middle School at Significantly Exceeds. For more information please see the DPI website at, http://dpi.wi.gov/accountability/resources.
We are also proud that North Shore Middle School received a Report Card Score of 98.5.
Hartland North and HFALA do not receive school report card grades. But in comparison, 96% of students in grades 5K-2nd grade met or exceeded grade level expectations in literacy at the end of the 2016-17 school year. Reading proficiency at Hartland North and Hartland Fine Arts is 92%.
We greatly appreciate the incredible dedication and hard work of our teachers and staff, and the great support of our parents and families. The district will strive to continue our improvement goals for all students and to provide enriching and rewarding experiences that are not measured on standardized tests.
Glenn W. Schilling, Ph.D.
For more information on District and School Report Cards go to http://reportcards.dpi. wi.gov
Use the link to access the reports. https://apps2.dpi.wi.gov/sdpr/spr.action