The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) officially released District and School Report Cards on Tuesday, November 12th. The Shorewood School District’s overall rating continues to be “Significantly Exceeds Expectations” which is the highest accountability rating available. Additionally, Shorewood High School received its highest school report card score ever, ranking SHS as one of the top five high schools in the entire state of Wisconsin—top two amongst traditional public high schools. Below is a chart of the district and individual building ratings.
|School/District||2018-19||Overall Accountability Rating|
|District||83.8||Significantly Exceeds Expectations|
|Atwater||83.7||Significantly Exceeds Expectations|
|Lake Bluff||83.0||Significantly Exceeds Expectations|
|SHS||91.8||Significantly Exceeds Expectations|
The District scored higher than the State averages in the areas of “Student Achievement,” “Growth,” “Closing Gaps,” and “On-Track and Postsecondary Readiness.” Shorewood continues to be a high achieving district dedicated to ensuring success for all of its students. This is a credit to the hard work put in by students, staff, School Board, families and community members who continue to hold education as a high priority.
If interested in more information about Shorewood’s report cards, please attend the November 26th School Board meeting where Tim Joynt, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, will be presenting the report cards to the Board. If you cannot attend the meeting and have questions, please contact Tim Joynt at email@example.com.
To view these results in their entirety, please go to DPI’s Report Card website here.