Wheatland J1 School District Report Card

 
The Wheatland J1 School District earned 5 of 5 stars on the state report card from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for the 2015-16 school year. Based on this rating the Wheatland J1 School District is placed in the Significantly Exceeded Expectations category the 2015-16 school year. While this is only one measure of success, it echoes what other assessments and non academic indicators have been pointing to, the students and staff at Wheatland are getting results. 
 
Over the last 5 years Open Enrollment In has increased dramatically, while Open Enrollment Out has decreased. Overwhelmingly, students and parents are making the choice to come to Wheatland for a strong academic foundation, however, that is only one measure of the great things happening at Wheatland. Over 80% of Wheatland students in 4th-8th grade participate in a co-curricular activity or club. Over a third of Wheatland students extend their school year by attending a robust 6 week summer program that offers incredible opportunities for enrichment. Wheatland is recognized as a state leader in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics instruction and we are at the forefront of technology instruction and professional development for our students and staff. We offer no-cut after school programming, expanded electives such as leadership, journalism and robotics, and we offer multiple opportunities for high school credit as well as a Personalized Learning Academy for 7th and 8th grade students. Finally, we have a phenomenal group of dedicated and highly trained teachers that put students first.
 

In the coming years we will continue to focus on improved achievement for all students and we will address other immediate needs such as financial constraints, aging facilities and increased competition for great teachers. With a keen focus on continuous improvement we will address these future challenges as we strive to provide a world class education for the students we serve. In the meantime, the Wheatland School Community has a lot to be proud of.  

 
For more details about this year's report card and statewide historical results, please access the following links.
 
 
 
 
Between 2014 and 2016 the state did not issue report cards for local school districts. In order to show local taxpayers the progress Wheatland was making toward district goals, the board of education felt it was important to create a report card that shows important information regarding Wheatland's overall performance. Below is the link to the District Report Card for 2015-16 and the last State Report Card for 2014.
 
Last Modified on November 21, 2016
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