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Summer School of 2004

This data is for summer school that took place in the calendar year of 2004, and it is considered to be part of FY 2004-2005.

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Abbotsford (0007)6/10 to 8/2656322921,8461915New summer School Coordinator implemented new class selections and marketing strategies. Two sessions were held one in June and one in July. More students attended summer school then in previous sessions.
Adams-Friendship Area (0014)6/14 to 8/20498003,321,2716877 
Algoma (0070)6/14 to 8/2049281366,390814No Cultural France Trip, no 6th grade band lessons,no high school remediation classes, no summer English program.
Alma (0084)6/7 to 7/119217659,9651412 
Alma Center (0091)6/14 to 8/2049191835,9861716 
Almond-Bancroft (0105)6/8 to 8/2020239,15000 
Altoona (0112)6/14 to 8/1340300445,519910 
Amery (0119)6/9 to 8/31649842,131,0554445 
Antigo (0140)6/14 to 8/204913931,879,2493945 
Appleton Area (0147)6/7 to 8/2749469913,143,377270218 
Arcadia (0154)6/1 to 8/1350400802,9201722 
Argyle (0161)7/5 to 7/3020238450,210910 
Arrowhead UHS (2450)6/14 to 7/26306731,744,3903635 
Ashland (0170)6/14 to 7/16254751,424,9402931 
Ashwaubenon (0182)6/14 to 8/254311483,088,0606469 
Athens (0196)6/7 to 8/2450198534,440119 
Auburndale (0203)6/14 to 8/1325285567,6601212 
Augusta (0217)6/7 to 8/19424961,923,2104031An additional session in July was added this year. New director this year who added additional classes. Also added in more remediation for Elementary and Middle school.

Districts shown above: 18

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Baldwin-Woodville Area (0231)6/8 to 8/20497851,506,2213127 
Bangor (0245)6/7 to 8/2558381754,9801617 
Baraboo (0280)6/14 to 8/20254931,023,8472123 
Barneveld (0287)6/7 to 8/629192484,1061010 
Barron Area (0308)6/14 to 8/31558352,067,0904334There were more classes offered and more students participated than last year.
Bayfield (0315)6/10 to 7/1223169273,600617Fewer classes offered. Fewer credit deficient high school students. Financial constraints of the District. Reduced number of teachers interested in teaching summer school.
Beaver Dam (0336)6/14 to 8/204814793,774,4877890 
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine (4263)5/28 to 8/31152670,20012 
Belleville (0350)6/9 to 8/19526061,380,2202828 
Belmont Community (0364)6/7 to 8/645148226,92055 
Beloit (0413)7/6 to 8/6243611,673,2803428 
Beloit Turner (0422)6/21 to 7/2323224716,0131516 
Berlin Area (0434)6/14 to 7/2151421936,5801918 
Birchwood (0441)6/7 to 8/2750125722,3251512 
Black Hawk (2240)6/7 to 8/1520263719,5801522LESS STUDENTS ENROLLED IN SUMMER SCHOOL
Black River Falls (0476)6/14 to 8/27365261,610,2243322The programming was completely overhauled this year and attracted many more students. We went to full days instead of half days. There was a separate day for the incoming kindergarten students.
Blair-Taylor (0485)6/9 to 8/1948438594,822129CLASSROOM PORTION (ONLY) OF DRIVER'S EDUCATION PROGRAM WAS RUN AS PART OF OUR SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM. WITH AN ENROLLMENT OF 61 STUDENTS, FTE'S INCREASED BY MORE THAN 2 STUDENTS.
Bloomer (0497)6/14 to 7/23309281,967,2914035 
Bonduel (0602)6/14 to 7/162410881,179,7722427 
Boscobel (0609)6/9 to 8/3140402355,08079 
Boulder Junction J1 (0616)6/22 to 7/221570196,47845 
Bowler (0623)6/14 to 8/30602921,152,7702431 
Boyceville Community (0637)6/14 to 8/2846244245,79059 
Brillion (0658)6/7 to 7/8224301,381,1532824 
Bristol #1 (0665)6/21 to 7/2924227381,60085 
Brodhead (0700)6/14 to 7/9204421,439,2203032 
Brown Deer (0721)6/21 to 7/151956127,26036 
Bruce (0735)6/7 to 8/3061557585,1501214 
Burlington Area (0777)6/21 to 7/29245011,149,0452434We did not hold summer band camp.
Butternut (0840)6/7 to 8/196080168,30033 

Districts shown above: 30

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Cadott Community (0870)6/8 to 8/2649282468,120109 
Cambria-Friesland (0882)6/28 to 7/2216224593,5801210 
Cambridge (0896)6/14 to 7/29245501,832,9703844 
Cameron (0903)6/7 to 8/15494171,663,5203439 
Campbellsport (0910)6/7 to 6/2515561922,6001917 
Cashton (0980)6/7 to 8/3148290875,2911818 
Cassville (0994)6/8 to 8/3068142104,24523 
Cedar Grove-Belgium Area (1029)6/14 to 8/2049547778,5781618 
Cedarburg (1015)6/21 to 7/161914871,442,6793045per audit
Central/Westosha UHS (5054)6/14 to 8/3140218690,923142We hired a licensed teacher to supervise the Nova Net Computer based summer school, so this year we can count those minutes.
Chetek (1078)6/7 to 8/645550615,5371318We had less participation of students.
Chilton (1085)6/7 to 7/2209082,054,6414242 
Chippewa Falls Area (1092)6/9 to 8/6358822,883,3905977 
Clayton (1120)6/7 to 8/1949250915,2131925 
Clear Lake (1127)6/7 to 8/31153381,233,9122524 
Clinton Community (1134)6/14 to 7/816647588,3921214 
Clintonville (1141)6/7 to 8/24517452,154,6204439 
Cochrane-Fountain City (1155)6/2 to 8/2258291429,060910 
Colby (1162)6/14 to 8/2049736793,4961620 
Coleman (1169)7/1 to 8/1843507326,930711Fewer summer school offerings, and fewer students participating.
Colfax (1176)6/14 to 8/27504151,401,4002927 
Columbus (1183)6/10 to 8/255312311,724,9403535 
Cornell (1204)6/14 to 8/2750120256,03657 
Crandon (1218)6/14 to 7/2330209877,7601814Auditor correction pupil minutes and more days.
Crivitz (1232)7/6 to 8/1325175382,97884 
Cuba City (1246)6/7 to 8/2930174133,96535 
Cudahy (1253)6/17 to 8/31426401,677,4503533 
Cumberland (1260)6/7 to 8/31566023,109,8306467 

Districts shown above: 28

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
D C Everest Area (4970)6/14 to 8/134527918,820,882181154 
Darlington Community (1295)6/14 to 8/1543491709,7401519 
Deerfield Community (1309)6/7 to 8/13504041,390,3302925 
Deforest Area (1316)6/14 to 7/303416121,018,4042117 
Delavan-Darien (1380)6/21 to 7/29249341,317,0902741We had less class offerings compared to last year.
Denmark (1407)6/7 to 8/27597701,166,9622421 
Depere (1414)6/21 to 7/141612683,110,3786457 
Desoto Area (1421)6/7 to 8/635348523,5841126A drop in student participation
Dodgeland (2744)6/14 to 7/2220324951,0002017 
Dodgeville (1428)6/7 to 9/648502722,5521518 
Drummond (1491)00000 
Durand (1499)6/14 to 8/30456122,294,9004744 

Districts shown above: 12

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
East Troy Community (1540)6/14 to 8/20494861,029,0102126 
Eau Claire Area (1554)6/14 to 8/53248986,322,075130134 
Edgar (1561)6/14 to 8/283010351,750,1033635 
Edgerton (1568)6/14 to 7/2155011,027,3802114During the summer of 2003 we were unable to offer computer classes to elementary level students due to a District computer replacement process. These sessions were again offered in 2004 which resulted in a greater participation not only in the area of computers, but also in other sessions as well giving us a greater overall number of participants. In addition, we had a particularly large 6th grade class, most of who participated in our Instrumental Music course offered at the middle school. Finally, in 2004 we offered three sessions of remedial coursework at the high school level whereas in years past one session was typically offered.
Elcho (1582)6/14 to 7/2928133469,170109 
Eleva-Strum (1600)6/11 to 8/2050180747,9751514 
Elk Mound Area (1645)6/14 to 8/3045538802,4311718 
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (1631)6/21 to 7/2324273731,5901517 
Elkhorn Area (1638)6/14 to 8/64013174,829,37999103 
Ellsworth Community (1659)6/14 to 8/27549482,328,3624850 
Elmbrook (0714)6/21 to 8/17298021,775,1003735 
Elmwood (1666)6/7 to 8/1145239352,09076 
Evansville Community (1694)6/14 to 8/130282362,28076 

Districts shown above: 13

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F

District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Fall Creek (1729)6/14 to 8/12422861,619,7203327 
Fall River (1736)6/14 to 7/2933215712,0461512 
Fennimore Community (1813)00000 
Flambeau (5757)6/21 to 7/813376569,2601220We had to cancel summer school after 13 days because of an outbreak of whooping cough in our area.
Florence (1855)6/7 to 8/2760247408,48088 
Fond Du Lac (1862)6/14 to 8/275426004,587,94194701. The K-5 suumer program was redesigned to offer a higher level of service to parents and children. 2. The district partnered with the Boys/Girls Club to offer on-site academic instruction in addition to recreational programming. 3. Five new and popular courses were offered at the high school level. Mathematics instruction was merged with weight lifting, and strength conditioning.
Fort Atkinson (1883)6/14 to 8/275313214,270,7428886 
Fox Point J2 (1890)6/16 to 7/212548252,00055 
Franklin Public (1900)6/16 to 7/20235651,733,5303635 
Frederic (1939)6/14 to 7/919337972,6902026 
Freedom Area (1953)6/1 to 8/27619231,507,4753128 

Districts shown above: 11

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Galesville-Ettrick (2009)8/2 to 8/201511871,963,5154036 
Genoa City J2 (2051)6/14 to 7/2224186367,20787 
Germantown (2058)6/22 to 8/1428932707,1001517 
Gibraltar Area (2114)7/5 to 7/302046135,00033 
Gillett (2128)6/21 to 8/3043909780,8471612We expanded opportunities for student instruction during the 2004 Summer School Program.
Gilman (2135)6/7 to 8/2552250641,5801315 
Gilmanton (2142)6/14 to 8/124497215,28044 
Glendale-River Hills (2184)6/28 to 8/5244172,065,4404244 
Glenwood City (2198)6/14 to 8/20445311,019,2802122 
Glidden (2205)6/14 to 8/2040123306,07566 
Goodman-Armstrong (2212)6/7 to 7/3040115811,700179More students and more hours of instruction
Grafton (2217)6/21 to 7/3029179324,87078 
Granton Area (2226)6/7 to 8/2759235290,20965 
Grantsburg (2233)6/14 to 8/28555002,335,7094847 
Green Bay Area (2289)6/14 to 8/33615503,073,1786352 
Green Lake (2310)6/14 to 8/133910886,73123 
Greendale (2296)6/14 to 8/20496112,038,1304242 
Greenfield (2303)6/21 to 7/30309003,940,4708182 
Greenwood (2394)6/14 to 8/1833474531,5401111 

Districts shown above: 19

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Hamilton (2420)6/21 to 8/263713163,723,8007776 
Hartford J1 (2443)6/21 to 7/16198712,284,6804742 
Hayward Community (2478)6/4 to 8/1652631921,6001927Number of classes offered was less than previous years. Driver Education Program is now private operator this was a large portion of past summer school offerings.
Highland (2527)6/14 to 7/222479348,84072 
Hilbert (2534)6/7 to 8/639248539,1221110 
Hillsboro (2541)7/7 to 8/2750165864,0901817 
Holmen (2562)6/7 to 8/195312332,570,5415348 
Horicon (2576)6/14 to 8/132815852,366,3934937Increase in class sizes and additional offerings at elementary level.
Hortonville (2583)6/9 to 7/30335471,359,9552832 
Howard-Suamico (2604)6/14 to 8/244028555,253,346108137 
Howards Grove (2605)6/21 to 8/6285101,155,4052425 
Hudson (2611)6/14 to 8/274224336,304,910130137 
Hurley (2618)7/12 to 7/3015127275,454614We did not have driver's education and we offered fewer K-8 classes. Our pupil count was one-half of last year's count.
Hustisford (2625)6/9 to 8/960188834,5141715 

Districts shown above: 14

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Independence (2632)6/2 to 8/2060216281,96668 
Iola-Scandinavia (2639)6/7 to 8/2045256176,49043 
Iowa-Grant (2646)6/14 to 8/12335299,73520 

Districts shown above: 3

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Janesville (2695)6/21 to 7/3029340015,850,911326323 
Jefferson (2702)6/22 to 7/302810274,929,44810199 
Johnson Creek (2730)6/10 to 8/3454241,683,5303524Many more offerings, more remedial reading and math. Wider variety of personal skills classes.
Juda (2737)6/7 to 8/1040138176,73143 

Districts shown above: 4

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Kaukauna Area (2758)6/14 to 8/204928885,260,383108121 
Kenosha (2793)6/14 to 8/2649762725,137,647517596 
Kettle Moraine (1376)6/21 to 7/302917739,416,182194189 
Kewaskum (2800)6/14 to 8/15417301,124,5792344The drop in FTE this year was most possibly due to some of the classes being offered for a shorter period of time.
Kewaunee (2814)6/14 to 8/2020250279,40968 
Kickapoo Area (5960)6/3 to 8/3152295853,5301819 
Kiel Area (2828)6/16 to 7/21255162,163,9954518Due to our membership audit, our FTE's were decreased by DPI (Dave Carlson) from 42 to 18. Also the summer school schedule was adjusted from four to five weeks and class periods from 50 to 66 minutes for ALL students.
Kimberly Area (2835)6/9 to 8/244510303,165,3986574 

Districts shown above: 8

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Lac Du Flambeau #1 (1848)6/14 to 8/2023325777,4381619 
Lacrosse (2849)6/14 to 8/265445377,109,770146163 
Ladysmith-Hawkins (2856)6/14 to 7/16194491,397,0312934 
Lafarge (2863)6/7 to 8/2747144218,50945 
Lake Country (3862)6/21 to 7/151213268,02512 
Lake Geneva J1 (2885)6/13 to 8/2754453756,5901616 
Lake Geneva-Genoa UHS (2884)6/13 to 8/27544781,427,4232927 
Lake Holcombe (2891)6/7 to 8/2256174311,52066 
Lake Mills Area (2898)6/14 to 7/16249794,265,1558889 
Lancaster Community (2912)6/7 to 8/2755205192,37542 
Laona (2940)6/14 to 8/203595379,50087 
Lena (2961)6/14 to 7/2330420202,98047 
Linn J4 (3087)7/6 to 7/23144237,80010 
Little Chute Area (3129)6/14 to 7/91812261,489,7883129 
Lodi (3150)6/14 to 8/1336280394,69784 
Lomira (3171)6/14 to 7/162419743,034,5846263 
Loyal (3206)6/14 to 7/30354721,808,8953734 
Luck (3213)6/14 to 7/215189254,790512It is due to significantly lower summer school enrollment numbers.
Luxemburg-Casco (3220)6/14 to 8/2526525789,5101621 

Districts shown above: 19

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Madison Metropolitan (3269)6/21 to 7/3029721122,462,883462445 
Manawa (3276)6/9 to 8/24504251,286,0402626 
Manitowoc (3290)6/14 to 8/275230784,602,3809592 
Maple (3297)6/8 to 8/16414421,062,2942222 
Maple Dale-Indian Hill (1897)6/28 to 7/3024194673,7001412 
Marathon City (3304)6/7 to 8/2756300896,5501818 
Marinette (3311)6/14 to 7/217166233,45856 
Markesan (3325)6/14 to 7/9204501,371,6502827 
Marshall (3332)6/21 to 7/29246754,229,5708788 
Marshfield (3339)6/21 to 7/313012166,577,822135129 
Mauston (3360)6/14 to 8/26548181,075,4462226 
Mayville (3367)6/7 to 9/1637933,173,1606598Lower FTE due to decrease in enrollment and less total days of summer school classes.
McFarland (3381)6/21 to 8/315211503,713,5207671 
Medford Area (3409)6/8 to 8/205311141,085,3602230The Medford School District had less summer school course offerings in 2004-2005 than in 2003-2004.
Mellen (3427)6/14 to 8/1436166278,64666 
Melrose-Mindoro (3428)6/10 to 8/26455281,113,0202319 
Menasha (3430)6/7 to 7/30396003,302,6106866 
Menominee Indian (3434)6/14 to 7/16242541,212,7782521 
Menomonee Falls (3437)6/15 to 8/12414291,317,9232725 
Menomonie Area (3444)6/14 to 8/63717214,946,879102110 
Merrill Area (3500)6/14 to 8/275414182,510,0105242 
Merton Community (3528)6/14 to 8/26363902,352,4804831The district pledged to register children in as many classes as possible and provide teachers to accomodate the increased participation. In past years children were placed on waiting lists rather than opening new sections as we did this year.
Middleton-Cross Plains (3549)6/14 to 8/2049430427,942912 
Milton (3612)6/14 to 7/233014915,253,825108117 
Milwaukee (3619)6/21 to 8/634553212,006,540247329 
Mineral Point (3633)6/14 to 8/2040319503,610109 
Minocqua J1 (3640)8/2 to 8/1310309674,1601414 
Mishicot (3661)6/14 to 7/91912161,568,6253237 
Mondovi (3668)6/5 to 8/5406432,568,3155352 
Monona Grove (3675)6/14 to 7/91912313,673,4857665 
Monroe (3682)6/9 to 8/305017444,826,1309963There were two 3-week sessions this year, only one last year.
Montello (3689)6/7 to 8/2658295768,1051616 
Monticello (3696)6/21 to 8/104072146,26733 
Mount Horeb Area (3794)6/15 to 7/2025525731,1681516 
Mukwonago (3822)6/21 to 7/30297612,031,6104243 
Muskego-Norway (3857)7/5 to 8/1120603481,0801011 

Districts shown above: 36

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Necedah Area (3871)6/14 to 8/1625200934,9381921 
Neenah (3892)6/14 to 7/302921594,564,0669486 
Neillsville (3899)6/7 to 8/31293761,211,5502527 
Nekoosa (3906)6/8 to 8/2639162518,9531112 
New Auburn (3920)6/7 to 8/3160241135,79732 
New Berlin (3925)6/21 to 7/29235021,147,7492425 
New Glarus (3934)6/17 to 8/2640250717,4801511Additional programs were added at the Grade School, Middle School, and High School levels.
New Holstein (3941)6/14 to 7/12205591,871,8933940 
New Lisbon (3948)6/10 to 8/2353422956,0502017 
New London (3955)6/7 to 8/25458861,963,9504033 
New Richmond (3962)6/14 to 8/295711553,279,6006766 
Niagara (3969)6/14 to 8/1948132241,10550 
Nicolet UHS (2177)6/21 to 8/2740134341,89277 
Norris (3976)6/15 to 8/193077380,10088 
North Crawford (2016)6/7 to 8/1350131171,09342 
North Fond Du Lac (3983)6/16 to 7/233014001,834,6353838 
North Lake (3514)6/12 to 7/1512328,62500 
Northern Ozaukee (1945)6/21 to 7/16203261,088,4992224 
Northland Pines (1526)7/5 to 7/302048115,440223Due to funding the programming was greatly scaled back to primarily remedial/enrichment activities. There were additional afternoon camp activities coordinated through the YMCA that had teacher instruction and supervision, however a significant fee was charged so the district is not counting those classes and their enrollment minutes.
Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton (3990)6/4 to 8/23396080,83222 

Districts shown above: 20

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Oak Creek-Franklin (4018)6/21 to 7/292322345,068,229104100 
Oakfield (4025)6/7 to 8/3148.338.1,613,8203336 
Oconomowoc Area (4060)6/21 to 7/302915004,750,7219892 
Oconto (4067)6/21 to 7/23204931,265,8452632 
Oconto Falls (4074)6/14 to 8/204616202,474,4495140We have submitted a revised report for summer school 2003. The amended FTE for the PI1804 2003 will be 46. An error was made in the calculation was made. Last year's report was calculated on the average daily attendance instead of the average daily membership. The amended report reflects the correct data. Questions regarding this amended report can be directed to Candie Lehto at 1-920-848-4471. Thank you.
Omro (4088)6/14 to 8/27253001,461,1753030 
Onalaska (4095)6/7 to 8/205513503,563,4357377 
Oostburg (4137)6/10 to 7/3036277528,5991110 
Oregon (4144)6/4 to 8/274918434,261,1238887 
Osceola (4165)6/9 to 8/6387754,236,6548779 
Oshkosh Area (4179)6/14 to 8/64036046,372,630131169 
Osseo-Fairchild (4186)6/10 to 8/315816791,046,5452220 
Owen-Withee (4207)6/7 to 8/1247327516,0591110 

Districts shown above: 13

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P

District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Palmyra-Eagle Area (4221)6/21 to 7/29294711,456,6493032 
Pardeeville Area (4228)6/10 to 8/12454131,164,8532423 
Park Falls (4242)00000 
Parkview (4151)6/21 to 8/1330237539,9731111 
Pecatonica Area (0490)6/7 to 8/1241176674,9861414 
Pepin Area (4270)6/14 to 7/215230671,1851426I started as Superindent of Schools on July 1. The calculations that are being submitted are correct. To my knowledge, we had simular numbers this year as compared to in the past, but the minutes are not the same.
Peshtigo (4305)6/14 to 8/2350351802,7101722 
Pewaukee (4312)6/15 to 7/22205702,067,1404342 
Phillips (4347)6/7 to 8/2146358440,85297 
Pittsville (4368)6/11 to 8/2040337430,33096 
Platteville (4389)6/14 to 8/27272981,223,8312519Increase in the number of students participating and an increase in the number of music curriculum offerings.
Plum City (4459)6/14 to 7/1620429851,6801818 
Plymouth (4473)6/21 to 7/232414135,923,755122125 
Port Edwards (4508)6/21 to 8/203085266,71056 
Port Washington-Saukville (4515)6/21 to 7/302913665,314,882109108 
Portage Community (4501)6/10 to 8/275710002,351,5914846 
Potosi (4529)6/7 to 8/30613651,747,9203633 
Poynette (4536)6/21 to 7/29241052788,7151617 
Prairie Du Chien Area (4543)6/7 to 8/1946282734,8201511More students enrolled
Prairie Farm (4557)6/14 to 7/215232520,1801112 
Prentice (4571)6/8 to 8/2050250824,8601717 
Prescott (4578)6/5 to 8/29547772,513,2105254 
Princeton (4606)6/6 to 8/441213432,33098 
Pulaski Community (4613)6/5 to 9/66725532,916,6496061 

Districts shown above: 24

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Racine (4620)6/18 to 7/2924516122,184,246456485 
Randall J1 (4627)6/14 to 7/815518,00001 
Randolph (4634)6/14 to 7/112288440,05999 
Random Lake (4641)6/22 to 7/22223301,083,9002224 
Raymond #14 (4686)6/21 to 7/161974228,27054 
Reedsville (4760)6/7 to 8/1147384949,5602017 
Rhinelander (4781)6/14 to 7/15196202,308,0704782We only held one session of summer school this summer.
Rib Lake (4795)6/7 to 7/2831294259,62855 
Rice Lake Area (4802)6/14 to 8/295412454,186,8768690 
Richfield J1 (4820)6/21 to 7/161970181,92644 
Richland (4851)6/7 to 8/3136305510,285106There were four new summer school courses added this year at the high school level.
Richmond (3122)6/21 to 7/151211141,56510 
Rio Community (4865)6/7 to 7/3039284678,2001415 
Ripon (4872)6/21 to 7/23246143,161,9576565 
River Falls (4893)6/8 to 8/265717343,989,2908287 
River Ridge (4904)6/14 to 8/3053280456,656910 
River Valley (5523)6/14 to 8/1331603723,0001522Less program offerings.
Riverdale (3850)6/7 to 8/635442880,8121822 
Rosendale-Brandon (4956)6/7 to 8/19393071,658,2293437 
Rosholt (4963)6/14 to 7/81647120,96021 
Royall (1673)6/14 to 7/3032208517,070119 
Rubicon J6 (4998)6/21 to 7/161938153,88433 

Districts shown above: 22

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Saint Croix Central (2422)6/14 to 8/18434501,548,7303231 
Saint Croix Falls (5019)6/8 to 8/204813832,890,6265958 
Saint Francis (5026)6/14 to 8/2049256821,4801721 
Salem (5068)6/15 to 7/22225082,291,7354746 
Sauk Prairie (5100)6/22 to 7/292416773,273,2356781 
Seneca (5124)6/1 to 8/274088132,55632 
Sevastopol (5130)7/12 to 7/2310134207,20043 
Seymour Community (5138)6/7 to 8/27639392,869,0605955 
Sharon J11 (5258)6/14 to 7/2330189950,0512018 
Shawano (5264)6/14 to 7/162924796,870,951141144 
Sheboygan Area (5271)6/28 to 8/274328814,158,1268698 
Sheboygan Falls (5278)6/9 to 8/263411341,290,7202724 
Shell Lake (5306)6/14 to 7/2924103320,880713We charged more fees this year.
Shiocton (5348)6/14 to 7/815209418,515910 
Shorewood (5355)6/14 to 8/134412283,488,9897254More classes were offered, therefore, there was more instructional time for students.
Shullsburg (5362)6/7 to 8/185214072,91520 
Silver Lake J1 (5369)6/15 to 7/152085270,54066 
Siren (5376)6/14 to 7/919220684,6791417 
Slinger (5390)6/17 to 7/162010002,672,2185550 
Somerset (5432)6/14 to 8/31568332,607,8435454 
South Milwaukee (5439)6/21 to 8/273312203,542,0857382 
South Shore (4522)6/14 to 7/2156569,06013 
Southern Door County (5457)6/14 to 8/2049372451,52097 
Southwestern Wisconsin (2485)6/7 to 6/2715375456,270911 
Sparta Area (5460)6/7 to 8/26534472,591,2605348 
Spencer (5467)6/7 to 8/945180612,9301310We did see an increase in amount of time for each course taught. The elementary summer school classes were offered for a greater number of days this year than in the past as well.
Spooner (5474)7/5 to 8/293362108,94025 
Spring Valley (5586)6/7 to 8/644447572,1461215 
Stanley-Boyd Area (5593)6/6 to 7/220811952,4952019 
Stevens Point Area (5607)6/14 to 8/265340828,960,111184191 
Stone Bank School District (3542)6/21 to 7/15124313,87500 
Stoughton Area (5621)6/14 to 8/271810141,765,0123641 
Stratford (5628)6/11 to 7/2163251,070,5202221 
Sturgeon Bay (5642)6/21 to 8/1130373548,5081111 
Sun Prairie Area (5656)6/21 to 7/292417284,052,7528380 
Superior (5663)6/21 to 7/232817324,659,1159667Greater offerings at the middle and high school level. Also, existing offerings were enhanced to appeal to more students.Principals and teachers made personal contact with students who would benefit from these courses and encouraged them to enroll.
Suring (5670)6/11 to 8/213014259,61011 
Swallow (3510)6/14 to 8/263680342,84076 

Districts shown above: 38

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Thorp (5726)6/7 to 8/13503201,237,8722523 
Tigerton (5740)6/14 to 8/113473177,00044 
Tomah Area (5747)6/10 to 8/27569661,396,0542923Increase in Driver's Ed-Classroom and the Middle School offered two additional summer school classes (remedial core academics).
Tomahawk (5754)6/14 to 8/2649522696,1261417 
Tomorrow River (0126)6/10 to 8/3167353494,562109 
Trevor Grade (5061)6/21 to 7/151677200,80044 
Tri-County Area (4375)6/7 to 8/2713115368,37089 
Turtle Lake (5810)6/9 to 8/10423601,327,1882728 
Two Rivers (5824)6/15 to 7/212510453,892,1908077 

Districts shown above: 9

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Union Grove J1 (5859)6/14 to 7/9202821,112,1802322 
Union Grove UHS (5852)6/15 to 7/192054,80000 
Unity (0238)6/14 to 8/27433802,514,5805251 

Districts shown above: 3

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Valders Area (5866)6/14 to 8/13446512,604,8605456 
Verona Area (5901)6/17 to 8/1946907956,2112019 
Viroqua Area (5985)6/7 to 8/5404751,222,9002543Swimming and Drivers Education were not counted becuase a fee was charged.

Districts shown above: 3

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District2004
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2004
FTE
Summer of
2003
Explanation
of Variance
Wabeno Area (5992)6/7 to 7/162577180,84945 
Walworth J1 (6022)6/21 to 8/1329347333,86377 
Washburn (6027)6/14 to 8/1345160456,96899 
Waterford Graded (6113)6/17 to 8/1840417839,8801716 
Waterford UHS (6083)6/14 to 8/3040618467,5621012 
Waterloo (6118)6/16 to 8/6394342,950,6606168 
Watertown (6125)6/25 to 7/312712736,684,118138139 
Waukesha (6174)6/28 to 7/302414343,394,8727065 
Waunakee Community (6181)6/14 to 8/64012564,086,2088488 
Waupaca (6195)6/10 to 8/21728811,673,8983449We dropped driver ed from the SS program We tried a different concept for SS with a split program, an early session in June and a later session in August
Waupun (6216)6/14 to 8/275015102,568,9185349 
Wausau (6223)6/14 to 7/222421409,607,315198170 
Wausaukee (6230)6/7 to 8/2759418349,92074 
Wautoma Area (6237)6/21 to 8/6355421,808,4093750Session shortened.
Wauwatosa (6244)6/21 to 7/30297513,104,1656462 
Wauzeka-Steuben (6251)6/1 to 8/134583132,30035 
Webster (6293)6/7 to 7/820115107,58020 
West Allis (6300)7/6 to 7/2916532285,37969 
West Bend (6307)6/21 to 7/161916114,475,76092103 
West Depere (6328)6/7 to 8/315916662,998,9146256 
West Salem (6370)6/1 to 8/304515643,311,2206861 
Westby Area (6321)5/28 to 8/27606251,304,2852721Westby Area School's participation was up this summer because of an increase instudent participation and more complete student schedules. A change in Strenght Training and conditioning aloowed more student participation at the High School Level. We also modified the schedule itself and offerred summer school at two sites at the same time.
Westfield (6335)6/14 to 7/215253846,0471726We ended school a week later this year which backed up our summer school program by a week. We were in conflict with three Bible schools. This year some middle school students only participated one week where in the past they participated in all three. Overall we had fewer kids register this year.
Weyauwega-Fremont (6384)6/7 to 8/30605421,028,8992120 
Weyerhaeuser Area (6410)6/14 to 7/162370140,87734 
Wheatland J1 (6412)6/22 to 7/2922145543,048118 
White Lake (6440)6/7 to 7/3214631,92015 
Whitefish Bay (6419)6/14 to 8/1329660677,8571418 
Whitehall (6426)6/7 to 8/2760434624,660134Expanded summer school offerings
Whitewater (6461)6/21 to 7/30296612,024,1504243 
Whitnall (6470)6/14 to 7/21224751,536,0603230 
Williams Bay (6482)6/14 to 8/635121226,80053 
Wilmot Grade School (5075)6/15 to 7/151937122,88033 
Wilmot UHS (6545)6/16 to 7/2926113424,58997 
Winneconne Community (6608)6/14 to 8/26518041,823,0203836 
Winter (6615)6/7 to 8/2035264317,580711Less enrollment
Wisconsin Dells (6678)6/7 to 8/2032399446,03196 
Wisconsin Heights (0469)6/21 to 7/2220.01202683,0481413 
Wisconsin Rapids (6685)6/14 to 8/244418725,084,463105112 
Wittenberg-Birnamwood (6692)6/14 to 7/2724554602,5551217We had less participants and we offered less classes due to budget constraints.
Wonewoc-Union Center (6713)6/8 to 8/19543571,050,4502213We had more classes and thus more pupil minute participation.
Woodruff J1 (6720)6/9 to 7/218208514,164116Increased number of hours in school day.
Wrightstown Community (6734)6/14 to 7/2155411,460,7003023Additional students and course offerings

Districts shown above: 43

Total districts displayed: 390

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