By Tim Kowols
Sevastopol School District can boast the best middle school in the state thanks to recently released accountability scores from the Wisconsin Department of Instruction. Accountability scores consider four priority areas: student achievement, growth, closing gaps, and on-track/postsecondary success. Twenty of the 24 public schools in Door and Kewaunee counties received accountability rankings of “meets expectations” or higher. Sevastopol Middle School’s score of 97.4 was tops among middle schools and seventh among all levels in the state. Principal Adam Baier says he is most proud of closing gaps for special needs students.
The annual report cards assign scores to more than 2,000 schools and districts in Wisconsin receiving state aid. You can find a link to learn how your school did online here.