Cleveland Elementary School is proud to offer a wide variety of curricular choices in a close-knit, family-friendly environment. Small class sizes allow staff to give students individual attention, fostering a caring and encouraging atmosphere.
Our staff has a good mix of young teachers and those with more years of experience. Over 75% of Cleveland’s teachers have earned a Master’s degree, and all staff members take part in training opportunities to develop innovative ways to use research-based instructional practices in the classroom.
Students have access to iPads and Chromebooks to use as learning tools. Cleveland Elementary School offers a strong academic focus on the essential skills of math, reading, writing, science, and social studies demonstrated by a history of strong student performance on Wisconsin's standardized tests.
Cleveland Elementary School offers a before and after school program to students in grades K–5. Cleveland also offers a four-year-old kindergarten program, operating as a satellite location of the Early Learning Center. The four-year-old students attend school half-days, four days per week.
4K | 8:30am - 11:40am
K-5 | 8:45am - 3:45pm
Office Hours7:30am - 4:00pm
Please call our school office at (920) 693-8241 to set up a tour. For our students' safety, visitors are required to enter through the main doors, sign in at the office, and obtain a visitor's pass. The visitor's pass should be displayed throughout your visit to make it clear that you are an authorized visitor.
As part of the state accountability system, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) produces report cards for every district and school in Wisconsin.
Assessment is used to monitor student progress. In the classrooms, teachers provide a variety of experiences that will help students practice the skills necessary to help them learn and apply their knowledge in order to demonstrate their understanding.
There are a variety of assessments that are used in the district in order to monitor the progress of individual students, track student growth, and evaluate the success of the school and district. Some of these assessments are required by the state, others are part of district efforts to monitor and evaluate progress.
In all cases, assessment results are used by teachers, schools and the district as part of an established protocol of continuous improvement. Individual student needs are recognized and evaluated. Student growth is compared to expected growth and districtwide growth is measured to evaluate successes and plan for the future.