AASD

School Report Card

We expect our schools to be accountable for learning across all subject areas, and we expect our schools to develop learning opportunities that recognize the diverse needs of all our students.

School report cards provide a school and district-wide overview of:

  • Student Achievement in reading and math on statewide assessments
  • Student Growth in Achievement from one year to the next
  • Closing Gaps in Student Achievement for particular student groups such as English Language Learners, Low Income, Ethnicity, and Special Education students
  • On-Track and Post-Secondary Readiness

District & School Report Cards

As part of the state accountability system, reflected in Wisconsin’s approved ESEA Flexibility Request, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) produces report cards for every district and school in Wisconsin.

Learn more about school report cards

School report cards provide a school and district-wide overview of:

• Student Achievement in reading and math on statewide assessments
• Student Growth in Achievement from one year to the next
• Closing Gaps in Student Achievement for particular student groups such as English Language Learners, Low Income, Ethnicity, and Special Education students
• On-Track and Post-Secondary Readiness

District-wide and School Report Cards are not able to showcase the broader view of student success -- rather it’s one short chapter of a book about a particular school. To provide a broader view of school success our school has developed a document that expands the definition of student success beyond the measures on the school report card.

We invite you to look beyond our school report card at the rest of the Appleton North story.


Wisconsin School Counselor Program Accountability Report Card

A continuous improvement document sponsored by the Wisconsin School Counselor Association.


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