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Welcome! The Elcho School District is a small school in rural Wisconsin. Our vision is to provide one million global opportunities for our students and to be a leader in innovation, lifelong learning, literacy, and individual learning plans. Some of the district highlights are:

  • Reading Best Practice Model School Site
  • Progressive Use of Technology
  • Post-secondary Credit Options & Programming Opportunities
  • Active School Environment Focused on Nutrition & Fitness
  • Recognized Comprehensive School Forest & Environmental Center
  • Year Round Student & Community Programming
  • Innovative Alternative Learning Programs
  • Early Childhood Collaborative Model Site
  • Early Learning Center for Ages 6 Weeks to 4 Years

Our low pupil to teacher ratio allows us to develop the uniqueness of every child and prepare them for an ever changing world.  Involvement and support of our community is critical to our success. Working together we shape the future one child at a time.

MISSION STATEMENT

Our greatest single responsibility is to educate our youth to their greatest individual potential.  We will instill in our children a desire for the constant pursuit of excellence in educational achievement and social skills to become a contributing, productive citizen of our global society.  This will be accomplished through the most effective use of our available resources in cooperation with Parents, Community, Board, Staff and Administration.

 BELIEF STATEMENT

We believe that all children can learn and that our children are our most precious resource and represent our future.  Therefore, our responsibility is to provide them the best educational opportunity possible, including lifelong learning. 

 VISION STATEMENT 
One Rural School…One Million Global Opportunities
Innovation *  Literacy *   Individual Learning Plans  *  Lifelong Learning Community

2017-2018 Elcho School District Goals

Personalized Learning: Personalized learning opportunities will promote student engagement, leading to career and college readiness.

Student Achievement:  All students will demonstrate growth in the areas of math and reading during 2017/2018 school year, as measured by local assessments.

Technology:  All teachers will demonstrate the use of current student-centered learning technologies.

Community Outreach:  The district will continue to develop and implement school communications and programming with parents and community.


NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY

 The School District of Elcho, in accordance with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and other federal and state regulations, hereby declares that it is committed to the principle of equal education and employment opportunity and, accordingly, does not discriminate as to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, handicap, or national origin, pregnancy, marital status or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability.  Any inquiries or complaints alleging non-compliance with the Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 or other federal or state regulations shall be referred to the Superintendent of Schools, School District of Elcho, N11268 Antigo Street, Elcho, Wisconsin, 54428.  Telephone Number - 715.275.3225, Extension 112.