Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District

Variety of programs

A variety of programs demonstrate Trevor-Wilmot’s commitment to developing all our students’ abilities to the fullest extent possible. Whether it is programs for the gifted and talented, special help for struggling readers, speech therapy, or accelerated mathematics (including high school courses,) the Board of Education supports a wide variety of programs to address the various learning needs of our students.

Outstanding programs for young children

Educational research has confirmed the importance of getting a good start in school. The four-year-old kindergarten program at Trevor-Wilmot provides just such a positive foundation. This is followed with a full-day five-year-old kindergarten for all students so that readiness skills are well developed.

Small class sizes in primary grades

Numerous studies have shown the importance of small class sizes in primary grades where younger children require more individual attention. At Trevor-Wilmot, kindergarten through third grade class sizes are established at 18 students and are sometimes smaller.

A safe and healthy environment

Locked buzzer door entry systems enable office personnel to carefully monitor all who seek to enter our learning communities. A health professional is present full time on a daily basis to attend to the health needs of our children.

Concern for developing the whole child

A variety of after school clubs are available to older students including Archery, Skiing, Bowling and Art. As a member of the Westosha Athletic Conference, the District provides interscholastic athletic activities for boys and girls. Competitive sports include softball, basketball, volleyball and track. Band and Chorus programs are also available with instrument practice beginning in fourth grade.

An excellent staff

Teacher candidates are carefully screened and researched before employment contracts are offered. A comprehensive teacher evaluation process and numerous opportunities for professional growth create an environment where teachers can refine their instructional strategies.

Technology is integrated into the curriculum

Exciting new educational technologies empower students to new ways of learning and serve as powerful teaching and learning tools. New technology enhances home-school communication including parent access to student grades online, ceiling-mounted computer projectors and SmartBoards installed in every classroom, and a 1:1 iPad program for 5th & 6th grade.

Family and community involvement

An active Parent/Teacher Organization supports important school projects such as new playgrounds, expanded library resources, and many other needs. Two educational foundations support innovative projects and the acquisition of high tech learning equipment.

Before and After School Care

The Kid's Club program offers parents an opportunity for an on site before and after school care for students in 4K-6th grade for a reasonable price.