(Dodge County) There’s good news for Wisconsin school districts in the latest release of state report card gradings. Officials from the Department of Public Instruction say more districts are reaching educational goals. Ninety-six-percent (96%) of the state’s districts are meeting expectations, up one-percent (1%) from last year and five points from two years ago.
Among the school districts Meeting State Expectations: Beaver Dam, Cambria-Friesland, Dodgeland, Hustisford, Mayville, Waupun, Hartford High School, Johnson Creek, Waterloo and Watertown.
Among the school districts Exceeding State Expectations: Columbus, Fall River, Pardeeville, Poynette, Randolph, Rio, Lodi, Campbellsport, Green Lake, Hartford J1, Herman-Neosho-Rubicon, Horicon, Lomira, Rosendale-Brandon and Lake Mills.
The Markesan, Oakfield and Slinger school districts Significantly Exceeded Expectations.
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