9/19 DPI Gives West Bend School District Good Rating

As a follow up to a story we brought you yesterday regarding report cards for school districts in Wisconsin and how they perform, this story will focus on a few of the school districts in Washington County. The school districts received a rating worthy of Exceeding Expectations.  One of those districts Is West Bend. The district had a report card score of 74 point 7, just nine points shy of the needed points to earn a rating of significantly exceeding expectations. West Bend School Superintendent Ted Neitzke while pleased knows there is room to improve. The Slinger school District also rates exceeding expectations with a rating of 74 point 4. Neitzke said that the West Bend district is achieving more in other areas than what the state evaluates in the areas of reading, math, and student growth in those areas and for post secondary readiness. Other school districts in Washington County, finds Richfield scored the highest and earned the designation of significantly exceeds expectations.  Meanwhile, two districts in the county received “meets expectations” including Kewaskum and Hartford Joint 1.
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