Iola-Scandinavia School District
Annual Performance Report for 2011-2012
To parents and the community:
As part of our ongoing evaluation process and in fulfillment of a statutory requirement, the School District of Iola-Scandinavia is pleased to present the School Performance Report. Contained within are facts and figures about standardized test scores, advanced course offerings, graduation rates, attendance, discipline, school finances and other measures of school performance.
In comparing Iola-Scandinavia’s performance with the other schools in the *Central Wisconsin Conference and the State of Wisconsin one can see that we have a very successful school district. On most measures of academic performance and student behavior, Iola-Scandinavia students perform better than both the conference and state averages. Financial data show that this is accomplished while spending significantly less per student than the state average.
We still believe the most important evaluations we receive come from the students, parents and community we serve. Please contact us if you have questions or comments about this report, or any time you wish to share your input about our schools’ performance.
Please click on the graphic at the bottom of this page to go to our School Performance Report.
*The Central Wisconsin Conference includes the following school districts: Almond-Bancroft, Amherst, Bonduel, Bowler, Gresham, Iola-Scandinavia, Manawa, Marion, Menomenie, Port Edwards, Rosholt, Shiocton, Tigerton, Tri-County (Plainfield), Weyauwega-Fremont, Wild Rose, and Wittenberg-Birnamwood. Stevens Point Pacelli is not included in this report because as a private school they are not required to report data on student performance to the state.