The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has released district report card scores for the 2016-17 school year. We are pleased to announce that out of 422 districts in Wisconsin, Hartland-Lakeside District’s score of 96.9 was the highest score in the state. The following schools received the five star highest rating of Significantly Exceeds Expectations: Hartland South, Hartland School of Community Learning, North Shore Middle School and Life Entrepreneurial Middle School. North Shore Middle School received a score of 98.5. The highest score of any middle school in the state.
Over the course of the past three years our teachers have worked diligently to implement a consistent K-8 curriculum and our students’ growth is reflected in the continued improvement in our report card scores and state ranking. In three short years our district rank has risen from 33 to number 1! We applaud the dedication and hard work of our staff who help all students reach high standards.
4K-2 schools do not receive state report card scores, however our internal assessment indicate that last year 96% of our K-2 students were reading at or above their grade level. The strong learning skills of our primary students provide the foundation for success in subsequent grades.
Although our focus continues to be on academic growth, we value the social emotional growth of our students as well. Our curriculum emphasizes the fine arts, STEM, athletics, and outdoor education.
We appreciate the support of our school board and families. Your support is vital to the continued success of our students.
For more information please see the DPI website at http://dpi.wi.gov/accountability/resources.
For additional information please contact Nancy Nikolay at email@example.com.