School Report Cards
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) issued School Report Cards for each of our schools, in addition to all schools around the state. The School Report Card, using multiple measures of student learning, will provide valuable guidance on how our schools are doing and where we can improve based on new, more rigorous, academic standards. The new School Report Cards not only report on student achievement, but as well student achievement, student growth, the closing of achievement gaps, and on-track and post-secondary readiness factors. Schools will receive a score based on a scale from 1 to 100.
The new Common Core State Standards are continuing to elevate the level of learning expectations for all students in public education. This new School Report Card will help our schools continue to monitor their progress toward the successful implementation of these standards. The goal of these standards is to develop lifelong learners that are college and career ready after their entire pk-12 education. We work with great students, families and educators every day. We believe in our schools and are excited to continue to work with these amazing students as we help them achieve this statewide goal of developing students that are college and career ready and our district mission of educating every student to achieve global success.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Wendy Savaske, Director of Instructional Services for the School District of Holmen, at (608) 526-1311 or your building principal, Bob Baer at (608) 526-3372.