What is the Wisconsin School Performance Report?
The Wisconsin School Performance Report (SPR) was created in 1991 with the passage of State Statute 115.38. It serves as the state's annual public school report card, and represents the Department of Public Instruction's most comprehensive resource for data on school performance and student achievement. The DPI compiles information about student achievement from a variety of sources, including the individual school district, private firms that administer standardized tests to Wisconsin students, and from other DPI data collections. Over the years, the data collection methods have changed with the changes in technology -- today, all of the data is collected via electronic methods.
Printed copies of the School District of Mauston's School Performance Report are available from the school district office, or you may view and print the most recent report available by clicking on the link below. School districts may not release completed performance reports until all of the data for a given year is released by the Department of Public Instruction. This factor explains why there is a significant time delay in the availability of completed reports.
Another excellent option for viewing school district performance data is available to the public. By clicking on the "WINSS" web link below, viewers may connect directly to the Department's Wisconsin Information Network for Successful Schools.
If you have questions about the School District of Mauston's School Performance Report, please feel free to contact the district office at (608) 847-5451.