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STAR Math, Reading, Accelerated Reader and Math for grades K-12
Parents and Students: Access Home Connect to see Accelerated Reader, Accelerated Math and Math Facts in a Flash results. You can even practice your math facts from home.
Students in grades EC-6 have access to over 3000 leveled ebooks by logging in at school or at home.
Students in grades EC-6 have access to leveled ebooks by logging in at school or at home.
2-Day Benefit for Leah Dunlap
Leah is a beautiful, 4 year-old little girl, with siblings who attend Wausaukee Elementary School. Recently diagnosed with cancer, Leah has been undergoing treatments at Children's Hospital in Milwaukee, and traveling to Marinette for check-ups and bloodwork.
To help the family with travel expenses, meals and miscellaneous expenses, two beneifts are being held Memorial Day weekend. Please click on Leah's Benefits for more information on the events taking place on Saturday, May 25, and Sunday, May 26.
Let's show Leah and her family the support that only a small-town community can!
DPI and Public Service Commission Partner to Help Improve High Speed Internet Connectivity
Technology is needed now more than ever in our schools and classrooms. The recommendations in the Wisconsin Digital Learning Plan support changes in teaching and learning that recognize the need for learning to occur 24/7, allow students to pursue personal pathways to college and career, and take advantage of efficiencies achieved through digital curriculum. However, many schools are not able to take advantage of these opportunities affordably due to inadequate bandwidth. Further, not all students have the same equitable opportunities for learning because they may lack access to the Internet at home.
To address these issues, schools districts in Wisconsin are participating in efforts to determine the current status of Internet broadband access and where improvements are needed. The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) and Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC-W) are partnering to promote a residential and business broadband demand survey from April through May 2013. This is part of the larger LinkWisconsin project. By encouraging parents to complete this survey we hope that we can begin to address the digital divide many of our students throughout the state face and bring the broadband needed in our schools and classrooms.
Results will be used in two ways:
Surveys for residential and businesses can be accessed at:
Questions on the project or communications tools can be directed to Tithi Chattopadhyay, State Broadband Director, PSC-W by emailing PSCStateBroadbandOffice@wisconsin.gov
Any residents who do not have internet access may utilize computers at their local libraries or the School District of Wausaukee has computers that may be used to complete the survey.
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From the Nurse:
The School District of Wausaukee will engage students, families, staff, school administration and all community stakeholders to act as a single entity in building a sustainable educational institution to support learning through excellence in programs, processes and delivery. Individuals will develop academic and personal mastery skills to support lifelong learning and fulfill their potential within a global community.
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It is the policy of this District to provide an equal educational opportunity for all students. Any person who believes that the school or any staff ...more