School and District Accountability
Each year the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) issues a School Report Card for every public school in Wisconsin and a District Report Card for each district as well. The School and District Report Cards, using multiple measures of student learning, provides valuable guidance on how our schools are doing and where we can improve. The report cards help all Wisconsin public schools and districts get a better picture of how well they help children learn, advance to the next grade, and graduate ready for college and career.
HSSD Meets Expectations on State Accountability Report Cards
The Howard-Suamico School District meets expectations as defined in the Accountability Report Cards released to the public today by the Wisconsin Department of Instruction.
“We are pleased the district meets this measure as defined by the state report cards,” said Dr. Becky Walker, Assistant Superintendent of Academics and Innovation. “We are committed to continuous growth in learning for all students and we look forward to analyzing our data and trends.”
“While we are pleased to see our schools meeting this measure as defined by the state, we know there are multiple ways to demonstrate and celebrate the success stories of our students,” said Superintendent Damian LaCroix. “Ultimately today’s Accountability Report Cards are one data point among many that measure and affirm the achievements of our students in HSSD.”
Reports for the District and each school are available on the website listed below:
Wisconsin DPI website public portal dashboard.
2017-18 Accountability Report Cards
To be uploaded when released
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