SASD Schools Recognized for Positive Student Outcomes

July 1, 2021

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Many Sheboygan Area School District schools have been recognized by Wisconsin’s Response to Intervention (RtI) Center for specific efforts in behavior, reading, and mathematics. The Recognized Schools Program encourages schools to expand, refine, and sustain full implementation of an equitable, multilevel system of supports with the mission to prepare every learner for college and career success. This year's program requirements were adjusted to meet the unique circumstances of prior year and current year learning environments.

The following SASD schools have been recognized for success in one or more categories:

  • CHANGE Academy - Silver level in the content area of behavior
  • Cleveland Elementary School - Silver level in the content area of behavior
  • Cooper Elementary School - Silver level in the content area of behavior
  • Farnsworth Middle School - Silver level in the content area of behavior
  • Grant Elementary School - Silver level in the content area of behavior
  • Horace Mann Middle School - Silver level in the content area of behavior
  • James Madison Elementary School - Silver level in the content area of behavior
  • Jefferson Elementary School - Silver level in the content area of behavior, Bronze level in the content area of reading, and Bronze level in the content area of mathematics
  • Lincoln-Erdman Elementary School - Bronze level in the content area of behavior, Bronze level in the content area of reading
  • North High School - Bronze level in the content area of behavior
  • Pigeon River Elementary School - Silver level in the content area of behavior
  • Sheridan Elementary School - Silver level in the content area of behavior, Bronze in the content area of reading
  • South High School - Bronze level in the content area of behavior, Bronze level in the content area of reading
  • Urban Middle School - Bronze level in the content area of behavior, Silver level in the content area of reading, and Silver level in the content area of mathematics
  • Wilson Elementary School - Silver level in the content area of behavior

By establishing this framework, our schools can increase the consistency of effective instruction for all students, build staff knowledge and skills to support all learners, use data to more quickly identify and provide support for students, and shift to a culture that supports stronger relationships with students and their families.

The Wisconsin RtI Center is a product of collaboration between the Cooperative Educational Service Agency (CESA) Statewide Network and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI). To learn more about the Wisconsin RtI’s Recognized School Program, visit www.wisconsinrticenter.org.

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