Whitewater Unified School District
NOTICE OF EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS FOR CHILDREN WHO RESIDE IN THE SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Whitewater Unified School District offers a variety of educational options to children who reside in the District. The District’s primary educational pathway and instructional program for students involves a progression from 4-year-old kindergarten through 12th grade, leading to a high school diploma. The District’s schools, and each school’s most recent state-assigned performance category, are listed below:
District – Exceeds Expectations
Lakeview Elementary (4K-5) – Exceeds Expectations
Lincoln Elementary (4K-5) – Exceeds Expectations
Washington Elementary (4K-5) – Significantly Exceeds Expectations
Whitewater Middle School (6-8) – Meets Expectations
Whitewater High School (9-12) – Exceeds Expectations

The full version of the District’s most recent school and district accountability report, as issued by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction under section 115.385 of the state statutes, can be accessed via the following page on the District’s website: https://apps2.dpi.wi.gov/reportcards/
Some of the specific education programs offered to eligible students who are enrolled in and attending the District’s schools include the following:
• Early childhood special education (for students who are at least 3 years old but not yet school-age)
• Special education for students with disabilities
• English-language learner programs
• Advanced Learner programs
• Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs
• Individualized program and curriculum modifications
• Alternative education program(s)
• At-risk education (e.g., for students identified as being at risk of not graduating from high school)
• Summer school programs

Educational options for students who are enrolled in the Whitewater Unified School District that involve part-time attendance at an educational institution other than the Whitewater Unified School District include the following:
• Part-Time Open Enrollment, which provides opportunities for students in the high school grades to take up to 2 courses at a time at a nonresident district; and is subject to state and local eligibility requirements, including space availability, consistency with a students’ Individualized Educational Plan (if applicable), and cost to the District 2
• Early College Credit Program, which provides opportunities for students in the high school grades at certain institutions of higher education in Wisconsin; and is subject to state and local eligibility requirements



 
 

 
 
 

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