Crandon School District State Report Card shows improvement for the 16-17 school year

Crandon Elementary Principal, Jamee Belland

Dorothy Kegley

School Report Cards are produced for every publicly funded school and district in Wisconsin. The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) system is used to create school scores and ratings in 2,447 schools and 422 districts across the state.

The Crandon School District State Report Card has been the topic of many discussions in recent months and has caused concern for parents, administration and teaching staff. Crandon Elementary Principal, Jamee Belland, gave a presentation on the school district’s report card and what the school was doing to increase the scores at the last school board meeting.

For the full story see this week’s issue of The Forest Republican.