Academic Career Planning
Whats the goal of Academic and Career Planning?
Career, College, and Life Ready!


The Elcho School District provides Academic & Career Planning services (also known as ACP) to all students in grades 6-12. Please view the link to our PI-26 below to see our written plan for implementation for the 2017-18 school year. You can view this webpage throughout the year for updates on our current events.


ELCHOPI-26.pdf

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High School Implementation
All students in grades 9-12 will participate in ACP activities each week following a grade check during their Homeroom time. Homerooms this year are split per grade level requiring students to work through activities with their classmates. These activities will vary from being centered around Career Cruising, life skills our staff and community have deemed necessary for adult life, and speakers/large group assemblies. High school students will have the opportunity to earn 0.25 elective credits per year for successful completion and reflection of ACP activities. 

Middle School Implementation
6th Grade ACP: 3rd hour with Mrs Schramke during Study Skills
7th Grade ACP: 3rd hour with Mr. Goeks during ACP
8th Grade ACP: 7th hour with Ms. Roland during Careers

UPCOMING ACP EVENTS:


Waukesha Bearings' Machine Tool Apprenticeship Presentation Wednesday October 25th 9am in the Theater (Selected Seniors Only)

Criminal Justice Program Presentation (8th graders) Thursday October 26th 1:36-2:27pm

Nicolet College Visit Day (Seniors) Friday October 27th 9:30am-12pm

ASVAB Testing (Juniors) Wednesday November 8th 8am-11am



If you have questions about ACP, please contact any one of our team members:

Paige Roland, PK-12 School Counselor & District ACP Coordinator (Ext. 200)

Betsy Gruszynski, PK-5 Principal & Director of Curriculum/Instruction (Ext. 239)

Shawn Rude, 6-12 Principal/Director of Special Education (Ext. 108)

Kari Lazers, Board of Education Member

Charlotte Schramke, Middle School Math Teacher (Ext. 226)

Monica Bernhagen, High School English Teacher (Ext. 238)

Franklin Bernhagen, High School Social Studies Teacher (Ext. 228)

Travis Goeks, Technology Education Teacher (Ext. 115)

Louise Allen, Alternative Education Teacher (Ext. 203)

Eric Strzok, District Technology Coordinator (Ext. 215)