The District is committed to maintaining high standards and expectations for student achievement. Consistent with that commitment is the development of promotion procedures that will support these standards and expectations. The success of children in school is the duty of teachers, parents and students. All must work together to assure that students who attend the District's schools are well educated and prepared to meet their next challenge.
Students in grades K – 8 may benefit from acceleration or retention. A student may be considered for retention due to continuous low grades (D's/F's or alternate criteria). A student who demonstrates high achievement may be considered for acceleration. The District will utilize appropriate assessment data to guide the decision for retention or whole grade acceleration.
Legal Ref: Wisconsin Statutes
First Reading: June 4, 2013
Second Reading: June 18, 2013
Date Adopted: June 18, 2013
For the Board Tom Steiner, President; Lynn Jaeger, Vice President; Cole Marshall, Clerk; Bill Barhyte, Treasurer; Dean Troyer, Member