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.

Here’s how the School Report Card works. Each public school earned a “score,” called an accountability index score, from 0 to 100. The accountability index score that our school received is based on our performance in three priority areas:

  • Student achievement in reading and mathematics on the 10th grade state assessment 
  • Closing gaps in performance between specific student groups by comparing English language learners, low-income students, students with disabilities, and members of racial or ethnic group with their peers
  • On-track to graduation/post secondary readiness, using reliable predictors of high school graduation and post secondary success

At West we will utilize the report card as one more piece of performance data to help in our efforts to continuously improve the work we do for students.

District & School Report Cards

Wisconsin School Counselor Program Accountability Report Card

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


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