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Summer School of 2006

This data is for summer school that took place in the calendar year of 2006, and it is considered to be part of FY 2006-2007.

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Abbotsford (0007)6/12 to 8/1743280933,8391920 
Adams-Friendship Area (0014)6/19 to 7/28298583,643,2007568 
Albany (0063)6/5 to 8/1036297234,72550 
Algoma (0070)6/9 to 8/2351301549,2101113 
Alma (0084)6/5 to 8/2356171566,9551212 
Alma Center (0091)6/12 to 8/2654246693,2401413 
Altoona (0112)6/12 to 8/25535902,362,3494912We started a 9 week summer school program this year, with approximately 350 students attending. In the past only remedial classes were offered.
Amery (0119)6/6 to 9/1629721,989,2684142 
Antigo (0140)6/12 to 8/4339911,932,2224037 
Appleton Area (0147)6/12 to 8/2545550013,800,590284291 
Arcadia (0154)6/5 to 8/18545631,089,5902221 
Argyle (0161)7/5 to 7/3120191524,1801110 
Arrowhead UHS (2450)6/12 to 7/21286241,619,7283333 
Ashland (0170)6/19 to 7/25254021,229,3822522 
Ashwaubenon (0182)6/12 to 8/294814483,664,2957588 
Athens (0196)6/5 to 9/164379808,9501712Because of the additional classes that were offered and more students particpated.
Auburndale (0203)6/12 to 6/3015271516,3451113 
Augusta (0217)6/12 to 8/22474051,144,3552435Last year classes for reading classes and math classes included grades 1-8 (this year 1-5) resulting in more students last year, and also these same classes ran 8 additional days last year. The enrollment and days, consequently, were higher last year.

Districts shown above: 18

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Baldwin-Woodville Area (0231)6/6 to 8/23547631,707,6423531 
Bangor (0245)6/5 to 8/340442817,4701717 
Barneveld (0287)6/19 to 8/433197535,938119 
Barron Area (0308)6/12 to 9/46010122,165,5004546 
Bayfield (0315)6/12 to 6/30156092,62527 
Beaver Dam (0336)6/19 to 8/254814503,654,5057584 
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine (4263)6/7 to 6/26143793,24022 
Belleville (0350)6/12 to 8/28535021,596,6953336 
Belmont Community (0364)6/6 to 7/2838168209,94045 
Beloit (0413)6/26 to 7/28234762,463,3005147 
Beloit Turner (0422)6/19 to 7/2123229777,5611617 
Benton (0427)6/5 to 8/316411881,18021 
Berlin Area (0434)6/15 to 7/7151086745,3851518 
Birchwood (0441)6/12 to 8/184590623,6851313 
Black Hawk (2240)7/7 to 8/2520302610,9851314 
Black River Falls (0476)6/6 to 8/18433891,147,2002435Last year there were three sessions for elementary students. This year there were only two.
Blair-Taylor (0485)6/12 to 8/1752395585,6251213 
Bloomer (0497)6/12 to 7/21289472,083,0224342 
Bonduel (0602)6/19 to 7/28292161,498,3333126 
Boscobel (0609)6/8 to 8/1439251362,505710We held summer school for 1 week less this year than the prior school year.
Bowler (0623)6/12 to 9/155319904,5151928Routine daily classes ran five weeks last year and only four weeks this year. Our enrollment has dropped this year due to school choice.
Boyceville Community (0637)6/9 to 8/2329222166,79034 
Brighton #1 (0657)00000 
Brillion (0658)6/5 to 8/11154971,967,4754034 
Bristol #1 (0665)6/19 to 7/2723123367,08086 
Brodhead (0700)6/12 to 7/7184741,688,8403532 
Brown Deer (0721)6/21 to 7/181869307,60868 
Bruce (0735)6/5 to 8/2559201502,8971010 
Burlington Area (0777)6/19 to 8/30525261,047,3632221 
Butternut (0840)6/7 to 8/173331102,17622 

Districts shown above: 30

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Cadott Community (0870)6/6 to 8/2457247366,06387 
Cambria-Friesland (0882)6/12 to 8/1615208348,595712Less classes offered this year.
Cambridge (0896)6/12 to 7/27245281,684,8003534 
Cameron (0903)6/8 to 8/31574481,942,7904049 
Campbellsport (0910)6/12 to 7/13183211,007,6402121 
Cashton (0980)6/5 to 8/28613701,203,6312522 
Cassville (0994)6/2 to 8/25376348,76511 
Cedar Grove-Belgium Area (1029)6/12 to 8/11393691,349,5202822We offered more classes during the summer school sessions.
Cedarburg (1015)6/12 to 8/4389152,391,7004945 
Central/Westosha UHS (5054)6/13 to 7/27268731,681,2143528 
Chetek (1078)6/7 to 8/839421494,8611011 
Chilton (1085)6/5 to 7/21304802,070,2404346 
Chippewa Falls Area (1092)6/7 to 8/25369003,919,3298160We worked harder to encourage more students to attend every day. Participation was greater.
Clayton (1120)6/5 to 6/2916289793,7611617 
Clear Lake (1127)6/12 to 6/30153771,046,2052224 
Clinton Community (1134)6/12 to 7/716533622,3831317 
Clintonville (1141)6/5 to 8/25588032,664,5405555 
Cochrane-Fountain City (1155)5/31 to 8/2060252335,40078 
Colby (1162)6/5 to 8/2549469819,0321717 
Coleman (1169)6/12 to 8/1845253361,71079 
Colfax (1176)6/5 to 8/2558543710,4001515 
Columbus (1183)6/19 to 8/253914931,541,8403234 
Cornell (1204)6/5 to 8/2544112171,11043 
Crandon (1218)6/12 to 7/27302231,081,6822222 
Crivitz (1232)6/19 to 8/1136244439,80297 
Cuba City (1246)6/7 to 8/2430160121,30923 
Cudahy (1253)6/20 to 8/28427041,737,5703629 
Cumberland (1260)6/5 to 8/30635922,890,2275965 

Districts shown above: 28

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D

District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
D C Everest Area (4970)6/13 to 8/154424257,831,463161184 
Darlington Community (1295)June52006 to August17200644425928,2301919 
Deerfield Community (1309)6/12 to 8/30543501,850,8003833 
Deforest Area (1316)6/14 to 8/11411185998,4912120 
Delavan-Darien (1380)7/5 to 7/28184152,140115We have cut most of our summer school program due to budget cuts and state guidelines.
Denmark (1407)6/12 to 8/29558271,666,1653422The summer school program class offerings were significantly increased this year in comparison to past years. Many more students took advantage of these opportunities.
Depere (1414)6/16 to 7/121615202,746,4895774 
Desoto Area (1421)6/12 to 8/1140200360,05079 
Dodgeland (2744)6/15 to 7/1420254811,5831717 
Dodgeville (1428)6/12 to 9/147462786,3001616 
Dover #1 (1449)00000 
Durand (1499)6/12 to 8/31454171,057,7702236One less summer school session was offered during Summer 2006 than in Summer 2005.

Districts shown above: 12

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
East Troy Community (1540)6/12 to 8/27594881,207,5902524 
Eau Claire Area (1554)6/19 to 8/103172247,956,362164142 
Edgar (1561)6/5 to 8/26404752,284,2004746 
Edgerton (1568)6/12 to 6/30154901,182,2942418In general, most elementary level enrichment program classes had increased attendance. Additional classes were offered at the middle school level for remedial math and languages arts. High school courses for credit were at capacity (20+) in English and Social Studies.
Elcho (1582)6/19 to 8/424119366,90089 
Eleva-Strum (1600)6/12 to 8/1849320571,5111215 
Elk Mound Area (1645)6/12 to 8/2956724843,9501713We consolidated our elementary summer program which in effect increased enrollment; our fifth grade orientation numbers were larger this year; our weight training class had more students participating this year. By consolidating our elementary offerings we eliminated the scheduling conflicts we had had in the past.
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (1631)6/19 to 7/2424244998,3852117 
Elkhorn Area (1638)6/12 to 8/44013544,657,7969697 
Ellsworth Community (1659)6/12 to 8/315710762,507,0645248 
Elmbrook (0714)6/19 to 7/27246261,813,4403738 
Elmwood (1666)6/3 to 8/1352231387,45087 
Erin (1687)7/3 to 8/10233631,08010 
Evansville Community (1694)6/12 to 7/2834499977,027208This year's summer school program was redeveloped to offer classes for all grade levels. We offered 12 "fun" classes, 10 remedial classes at grades 1-5, 6 remedial classes for grades 9-12, our past POPA program, FFA programming, G/T programming, and our Panama trip.

Districts shown above: 14

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Fall Creek (1729)6/7 to 7/28344501,031,0082125 
Fall River (1736)6/12 to 7/718214628,7961313 
Fennimore Community (1813)8/7 to 8/24124396,12022 
Flambeau (5757)6/19 to 7/2124296868,2591819 
Florence (1855)6/19 to 7/2123172316,920710Last year we offered 5 Summer School Courses, and this year we only had 2 Courses Available
Fond Du Lac (1862)6/12 to 8/184915075,055,95710493 
Fort Atkinson (1883)6/19 to 8/256213464,218,6648790 
Fox Point J2 (1890)6/14 to 7/202544231,00055 
Franklin Public (1900)6/19 to 7/21237352,306,2954741 
Frederic (1939)6/5 to 7/28302781,127,430230We did not have summer school last summer.
Freedom Area (1953)6/2 to 8/30586871,615,2303330 
Friess Lake (4843)6/19 to 7/272486110,97125 

Districts shown above: 12

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Galesville-Ettrick (2009)7/31 to 8/181514282,282,4234747 
Genoa City J2 (2051)6/12 to 7/2020186358,18779 
Germantown (2058)6/15 to 8/3143610747,5401515 
Gibraltar Area (2114)6/12 to 8/13571220,56055 
Gillett (2128)6/5 to 8/2259448566,8221218Decline in enrollment
Gilman (2135)6/5 to 8/1853233272,54968 
Gilmanton (2142)6/12 to 8/1525115225,52855 
Glendale-River Hills (2184)6/26 to 7/27194441,689,2103537 
Glenwood City (2198)6/12 to 8/2543924943,5951920 
Glidden (2205)6/12 to 7/273170161,29536 
Goodman-Armstrong (2212)6/5 to 8/1540142534,9901119Some declining enrollment. No summer band program offered this summer.
Grafton (2217)6/19 to 8/326382687,163147The Summer School program was expanded under the new C & I Director to include a significant number of enrichment offerings that were not included in prior years. In addition we maintained the remedial courses that had been the total summer school program of prior years.
Granton Area (2226)6/12 to 8/2535148171,57046 
Grantsburg (2233)6/12 to 8/26545602,182,0344547 
Green Bay Area (2289)6/19 to 8/13018503,920,4918183 
Green Lake (2310)6/12 to 7/202414695,04022 
Greendale (2296)6/12 to 8/18506902,383,3334944 
Greenfield (2303)6/19 to 7/28288303,340,7306971 
Greenwood (2394)6/5 to 8/1838226576,975129Increased class offerings.

Districts shown above: 19

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Hamilton (2420)6/19 to 8/242916854,753,8559885 
Hartford J1 (2443)6/19 to 8/18299072,037,4844243 
Hartford UHS (2436)6/19 to 6/301091,08000 
Hartland-Lakeside J3 (2460)6/19 to 7/28283231,094,3742314Last year was the first year our summer school was held. Planning was also started earlier this year.
Hayward Community (2478)6/5 to 6/3020406615,7701310More students enrolled
Highland (2527)6/5 to 6/3020167408,77088 
Hilbert (2534)6/7 to 8/1146208396,04589 
Hillsboro (2541)6/3 to 8/3160167892,7101818 
Holmen (2562)6/5 to 8/184711612,319,5574851 
Horicon (2576)6/12 to 8/182812691,847,3483839 
Hortonville (2583)6/12 to 7/28306411,891,6013927The Resident pupil minutes went up by 400,000 and we had 3 less days of summer school. More classes were offered and taken by our students.
Howard-Suamico (2604)6/12 to 8/254525906,433,784132124 
Howards Grove (2605)6/19 to 8/15384501,138,5752324 
Hudson (2611)6/12 to 8/245324486,461,365133133 
Hurley (2618)6/12 to 6/301590231,05356 
Hustisford (2625)6/5 to 6/3020182712,4271515 

Districts shown above: 16

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Independence (2632)6/5 to 8/2560125306,96068 
Iola-Scandinavia (2639)6/12 to 8/1841304237,63055 
Iowa-Grant (2646)6/7 to 8/442142132,01532 
Ithaca (2660)7/31 to 8/171240124,44030 

Districts shown above: 4

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Janesville (2695)6/19 to 7/2828369113,934,747287316 
Jefferson (2702)6/19 to 7/282810335,010,063103107 
Johnson Creek (2730)6/19 to 8/18404101,619,5353339 
Juda (2737)6/5 to 8/2138172245,01954 

Districts shown above: 4

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Kaukauna Area (2758)6/12 to 8/174921236,460,197133113 
Kenosha (2793)6/13 to 8/942680423,916,242492487 
Kettle Moraine (1376)6/19 to 7/3129184811,036,475227215 
Kewaskum (2800)6/13 to 8/12424911,519,3363127 
Kewaunee (2814)6/12 to 8/1830254403,12689 
Kickapoo Area (5960)6/14 to 8/3141178966,8702023 
Kiel Area (2828)6/14 to 7/14216852,334,4794854 
Kimberly Area (2835)6/12 to 8/255318224,013,2768365We significantly expanded our course offerings and implemented an August literacy initiative. Additionally, more of our students participated in consortium courses in other districts.
Kohler (2842)00000 

Districts shown above: 9

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Lac Du Flambeau #1 (1848)6/5 to 8/2529250473,9621018WE DID NOT OFFER AS MANY COURSES AS WE DID LAST YEAR.
Lacrosse (2849)6/12 to 8/315843657,039,701145140 
Ladysmith-Hawkins (2856)6/12 to 7/13233541,418,7702936 
Lafarge (2863)6/5 to 8/445126184,16544 
Lake Country (3862)6/19 to 7/71389189,75046 
Lake Geneva J1 (2885)6/19 to 8/2550427656,2521416 
Lake Geneva-Genoa UHS (2884)6/19 to 8/25504691,195,7072534We held less classes this year. Amount of actual class time was shortened.
Lake Holcombe (2891)6/5 to 8/2551115245,58055 
Lake Mills Area (2898)6/12 to 7/14246853,964,8908285 
Lancaster Community (2912)6/5 to 8/3053132211,45543 
Laona (2940)6/12 to 8/1144148453,740910 
Lena (2961)6/12 to 8/2430561408,84086 
Linn J4 (3087)7/6 to 8/8193829,76011 
Little Chute Area (3129)6/19 to 7/141811941,467,2333034 
Lodi (3150)7/10 to 8/1020325183,18048 
Lomira (3171)6/19 to 7/21236453,281,7806867 
Loyal (3206)6/12 to 8/4354411,668,5603436 
Luck (3213)6/12 to 6/3015179275,12165 
Luxemburg-Casco (3220)6/12 to 8/23355901,015,9852117 

Districts shown above: 19

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Madison Metropolitan (3269)6/29 to 7/2829673718,472,260380395 
Manawa (3276)6/5 to 8/31504281,221,5302527 
Manitowoc (3290)6/12 to 9/16531644,925,83410197 
Maple (3297)6/19 to 7/2834330851,0341823 
Maple Dale-Indian Hill (1897)6/19 to 7/2123180589,0501211 
Marathon City (3304)6/5 to 8/2456295955,9952021 
Marinette (3311)6/8 to 8/312688142,29537 
Markesan (3325)6/19 to 7/19204501,400,6902927 
Marshall (3332)6/12 to 7/27246824,140,0908591 
Marshfield (3339)6/19 to 7/282911255,780,839119123 
Mauston (3360)6/13 to 8/31579021,075,9682220 
Mayville (3367)6/19 to 8/31526102,619,9055468 
McFarland (3381)6/12 to 8/315412004,165,1058681 
Medford Area (3409)6/12 to 8/25499001,434,5903026 
Mellen (3427)6/5 to 8/2448144342,74977 
Melrose-Mindoro (3428)6/12 to 8/25545241,406,1102925 
Menasha (3430)6/12 to 7/283012253,640,0707554More students taking summer school classes.
Menominee Indian (3434)6/12 to 8/18323631,691,9493521MISD added a second session of summer school. In the past we had one session ending in mid-July. We added a second session in August.
Menomonee Falls (3437)7/13 to 8/11223491,301,0852728 
Menomonie Area (3444)6/19 to 8/32617145,392,326111110 
Mercer (3484)6/19 to 6/301062167,40033 
Merrill Area (3500)6/12 to 8/295615232,746,9465754 
Merton Community (3528)6/12 to 8/24363932,140,5604436 
Middleton-Cross Plains (3549)6/12 to 8/183382198,99444 
Milton (3612)6/12 to 7/212829684,931,880101106 
Milwaukee (3619)6/26 to 8/428741814,897,194307295 
Mineral Point (3633)6/12 to 8/2957495762,5401613 
Minocqua J1 (3640)7/10 to 8/1125300827,3701717 
Mishicot (3661)6/8 to 8/23546271,271,8302630 
Mondovi (3668)6/6 to 8/3336422,510,9255254 
Monona Grove (3675)6/19 to 8/43410912,933,4556064 
Monroe (3682)6/8 to 8/316116485,388,510111111 
Montello (3689)6/9 to 8/2948273735,2371519 
Monticello (3696)6/12 to 8/183859156,12033 
Mosinee (3787)6/19 to 8/1131260890,5401823 
Mount Horeb Area (3794)6/13 to 8/2452274637,6001316 
Mukwonago (3822)6/21 to 7/26246802,399,1294944 
Muskego-Norway (3857)7/10 to 7/2915285404,625818Lower enrollment.

Districts shown above: 38

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Necedah Area (3871)6/12 to 7/18253501,460,7663025 
Neenah (3892)6/12 to 7/293031457,001,149144132 
Neillsville (3899)6/12 to 8/29206801,722,6453528 
Nekoosa (3906)6/12 to 8/25525622,031,8754232Added air conditioning to building, offered more classes
New Auburn (3920)6/5 to 8/2550110245,92555 
New Berlin (3925)6/19 to 7/20205211,104,8972326 
New Glarus (3934)6/12 to 8/3157443951,8202015Last year we offered 44 summer school classes. This year we increased that number to 70 classes offered. Last year we had 316 students participate. This year we had 443 students.
New Holstein (3941)6/12 to 7/7195851,844,6803835 
New Lisbon (3948)6/12 to 8/2555320838,0001722 
New London (3955)6/12 to 8/295212582,355,0234842 
New Richmond (3962)6/12 to 7/283010462,475,6355128DPI dis-allowed 14 FTE's last year
Niagara (3969)6/12 to 8/1839311577,830129We had more programs this summer.
Nicolet UHS (2177)6/13 to 7/192598346,40177 
Norris (3976)6/13 to 8/173059464,3101011 
North Crawford (2016)6/8 to 8/436135152,50533 
North Fond Du Lac (3983)6/19 to 7/272212001,626,4603337 
North Lake (3514)6/19 to 7/71367176,17343 
Northern Ozaukee (1945)6/12 to 8/3312801,071,4352221 
Northland Pines (1526)6/12 to 6/3015921,78000 
Northwood (3654)6/20 to 7/201277122,40030 
Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton (3990)6/12 to 8/18287975,13522 

Districts shown above: 21

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Oak Creek-Franklin (4018)6/15 to 7/272816175,922,918122112 
Oakfield (4025)6/5 to 8/25603271,332,6912732 
Oconomowoc Area (4060)6/19 to 7/282916485,971,700123132 
Oconto (4067)6/12 to 8/7365361,323,7652723 
Oconto Falls (4074)6/5 to 8/255517592,876,1095963 
Omro (4088)6/12 to 8/18353001,767,9003638 
Onalaska (4095)6/7 to 8/25578203,496,3377266 
Oostburg (4137)6/14 to 8/1039227511,6801113 
Oregon (4144)6/12 to 8/255320044,353,2829085 
Osceola (4165)6/5 to 6/302028594,297,8658885 
Oshkosh Area (4179)6/12 to 8/186024915,317,977109157Due to high school restructuring in the social studies department, Civics was not offered as an enrichment course but only as a remedial course, which was eventually dropped due to low enrollment. There was also very low enrollment numbers in most high school courses compared to past years.
Osseo-Fairchild (4186)6/9 to 9/46020531,387,1902924 
Owen-Withee (4207)6/5 to 8/1752318564,6721215 

Districts shown above: 13

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Palmyra-Eagle Area (4221)6/19 to 8/243113691,846,7593837 
Pardeeville Area (4228)6/13 to 8/23402291,203,5112526 
Park Falls (4242)6/5 to 8/2560237454,44097 
Parkview (4151)6/12 to 8/1140276593,5341211 
Pecatonica Area (0490)6/6 to 8/1136293713,4901515 
Pepin Area (4270)6/12 to 6/3015210670,1251413 
Peshtigo (4305)6/12 to 8/2545497871,3101819 
Pewaukee (4312)6/19 to 7/28256842,172,6004538 
Phillips (4347)6/5 to 7/2727310411,96488 
Pittsville (4368)6/12 to 8/1737359386,13088 
Platteville (4389)6/12 to 8/1849243721,1351519 
Plum City (4459)6/12 to 8/1440243627,7251316 
Plymouth (4473)6/26 to 7/282311685,623,910116117 
Port Edwards (4508)6/12 to 8/430175340,23075 
Port Washington-Saukville (4515)6/19 to 7/282813955,858,418121106 
Portage Community (4501)6/9 to 8/295612632,406,2995048 
Potosi (4529)6/12 to 8/25553611,805,6703738 
Poynette (4536)6/12 to 8/1736765838,2811717 
Prairie Du Chien Area (4543)6/12 to 8/4399971,772,7753639 
Prairie Farm (4557)6/12 to 6/3015247462,0741010 
Prentice (4571)6/5 to 8/2555250785,9991617 
Prescott (4578)6/2 to 8/31637792,307,0514746 
Princeton (4606)6/19 to 7/3130139302,82667 
Pulaski Community (4613)6/3 to 8/316327343,150,0766556 

Districts shown above: 24

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Racine (4620)6/16 to 7/2724601524,808,130510459 
Randall J1 (4627)6/12 to 7/71831100,17023 
Randolph (4634)6/13 to 6/2912205436,553911 
Random Lake (4641)6/19 to 7/21233071,173,3902424 
Raymond #14 (4686)6/12 to 7/718104313,08067 
Reedsville (4760)6/8 to 8/440401955,2002020 
Rhinelander (4781)6/12 to 7/20205872,924,1606047more band programs this summer
Rib Lake (4795)6/12 to 7/2731162272,03166 
Rice Lake Area (4802)6/12 to 8/266033503,790,4617879 
Richfield J1 (4820)6/24 to 7/2119100150,46733 
Richland (4851)6/9 to 8/2655390707,4601515 
Richmond (3122)6/19 to 7/713127324,91974 
Rio Community (4865)6/12 to 8/438275777,7401616 
Ripon (4872)6/19 to 7/21238033,577,8897468 
River Falls (4893)6/8 to 8/255826154,112,7808582 
River Ridge (4904)6/4 to 8/2360335566,1001210 
River Valley (5523)6/12 to 8/2560837804,4201717 
Riverdale (3850)6/6 to 8/3040388809,4291718 
Rosendale-Brandon (4956)6/8 to 8/18505152,067,6764341 
Royall (1673)6/12 to 8/1144209347,370710Last year our remedial classes ran 240 min each, this year our classes ran at a maximum of 150 minutes per day.
Rubicon J6 (4998)6/26 to 7/21182185,05021 

Districts shown above: 21

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Saint Croix Central (2422)6/12 to 8/3345891,916,7263935 
Saint Croix Falls (5019)6/12 to 9/1595002,269,4104756 
Saint Francis (5026)6/12 to 8/3150267691,4131418 
Salem (5068)6/19 to 7/21233811,576,2773224We were able to offer more courses and the students took advantage of the offerings.
Sauk Prairie (5100)6/12 to 8/184814944,030,1008359We increased our class offerings and student enrollment.
Seneca (5124)6/5 to 8/2440151137,65033 
Sevastopol (5130)7/10 to 7/2110108181,40044 
Seymour Community (5138)6/12 to 8/255413972,723,8205659 
Sharon J11 (5258)6/14 to 7/2629187968,7122017 
Shawano (5264)6/19 to 7/282921206,911,642142145 
Sheboygan Area (5271)6/12 to 8/183729384,826,7439998 
Sheboygan Falls (5278)6/13 to 8/28548161,150,5802422 
Shell Lake (5306)6/12 to 7/2715263744,5401534no attendance taken on some class so could not count.
Shiocton (5348)6/12 to 6/3015253525,708119 
Shullsburg (5362)00000 
Silver Lake J1 (5369)6/12 to 7/1318150398,34088 
Siren (5376)6/12 to 6/3015277707,0751514 
Slinger (5390)6/15 to 7/142010002,572,9545353 
Somerset (5432)6/12 to 8/4407943,001,6466249The FTE is different this year because DPI made an adjustment last year.
South Milwaukee (5439)6/19 to 7/282810653,350,6896975 
South Shore (4522)6/12 to 7/283071143,22932 
Southern Door County (5457)6/12 to 8/2554219519,160118An additional remedial English course was held in the high school and a core-content remediation & review course was held in the middle school that was not held previously.
Southwestern Wisconsin (2485)6/12 to 8/1142316434,640912 
Sparta Area (5460)6/5 to 8/265711563,189,7506659 
Spencer (5467)6/7 to 8/25572001,016,5202117 
Spooner (5474)6/5 to 8/2737112193,26043 
Spring Valley (5586)6/5 to 8/2347486679,1401415 
Stanley-Boyd Area (5593)6/5 to 9/1644751,427,1302931 
Stevens Point Area (5607)6/12 to 9/45443539,469,386195181 
Stockbridge (5614)6/5 to 7/273197245,80153 
Stone Bank School District (3542)6/19 to 7/713107270,60264 
Stoughton Area (5621)6/19 to 8/32211981,903,2353939 
Stratford (5628)6/9 to 6/30163301,093,6802320 
Sturgeon Bay (5642)6/19 to 8/732134231,906511We cut out a number of classes because it was not financially feasible to offer the classes anymore. We now offer mostly remedial classes.
Sun Prairie Area (5656)6/19 to 7/272412414,289,3418893 
Superior (5663)6/26 to 8/42818875,091,043105104 
Suring (5670)6/5 to 8/3062626657,510148We expanded our summer school programs to offer more summer opportunities for our students. Additional classes include: World History, U.S. History, Summer Musical, Claymation, Ready For 1st Grade, Math Camp and Painting. Our offerings were also very well attended by our resident students.
Swallow (3510)6/12 to 8/243698549,900115Increase in enrollment.

Districts shown above: 38

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Thorp (5726)6/5 to 8/16503001,655,4643433 
Tigerton (5740)6/5 to 7/252596319,26075 
Tomah Area (5747)6/12 to 8/315711392,523,2245224The Tomah Area School District expanded it summer school program from 2 weeks to 6 weeks. Sessions were held in June, July, and August. Also, this is the first time bus transportation has been provided for summer school.
Tomahawk (5754)6/12 to 8/2452490895,8851815 
Tomorrow River (0126)6/8 to 8/3161133500,061109 
Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated (5780)6/13 to 7/1317126360,43070 
Tri-County Area (4375)6/6 to 8/2342128410,18088 
Turtle Lake (5810)6/12 to 8/17453781,395,5212932 
Twin Lakes #4 (5817)6/12 to 7/13191529,64010 
Two Rivers (5824)6/13 to 7/202511334,473,7809277 

Districts shown above: 10

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Union Grove J1 (5859)6/14 to 7/13202621,021,1242123 
Union Grove UHS (5852)6/13 to 8/3291720,64001 
Unity (0238)6/12 to 8/31603622,328,5154857 

Districts shown above: 3

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Valders Area (5866)6/12 to 8/11409782,430,4805056 
Verona Area (5901)6/19 to 8/933449713,7701522Decrease in membership for swimming program.
Viroqua Area (5985)6/12 to 9/1556091,379,6822829 

Districts shown above: 3

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District2006
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2006
FTE
Summer of
2005
Explanation
of Variance
Wabeno Area (5992)6/11 to 8/113770163,68033 
Walworth J1 (6022)6/19 to 8/2535534402,24086 
Washburn (6027)6/12 to 8/2425190414,42099 
Waterford Graded (6113)6/12 to 8/1736548275,980610We did not have reading/language arts and math summer school classes in 2006.
Waterford UHS (6083)6/19 to 8/2733508639,1301313 
Waterloo (6118)6/12 to 8/4384472,475,2645157 
Watertown (6125)6/13 to 8/184612186,591,559136142 
Waukesha (6174)6/26 to 7/28238822,651,5805557 
Waunakee Community (6181)6/12 to 8/114018254,475,1249289 
Waupaca (6195)6/7 to 8/29639521,743,6533636 
Waupun (6216)6/14 to 8/305012402,057,5734252 
Wausau (6223)6/13 to 7/202319238,393,618173190 
Wausaukee (6230)8/7 to 8/25152758,32019 
Wautoma Area (6237)6/12 to 7/27316351,375,5362831 
Wauwatosa (6244)6/19 to 7/282913773,922,8108177 
Wauzeka-Steuben (6251)6/3 to 8/2446154160,10034 
Webster (6293)6/5 to 7/721151269,70065 
West Allis (6300)7/10 to 8/316816493,229108 
West Bend (6307)6/19 to 7/141916144,495,7819389 
West Depere (6328)6/13 to 8/295323834,206,0758777 
West Salem (6370)6/5 to 8/304513113,157,9806557 
Westby Area (6321)6/5 to 8/25596251,303,8772724 
Westfield (6335)6/12 to 6/30152911,026,8242123 
Weston (6354)6/9 to 8/29478245,65312 
Weyauwega-Fremont (6384)6/12 to 8/25554821,267,7022620We ran two summer schools -- instead of including remedial classes with the enrichment classes, this year we separated them. Remedial classes were run July 31 through August 25 so that what was taught was retained. The students who attended remedial performed below proficiency in WKCE and/or in the classroom. Those who refused to attend were reevaulated and retained if necessary.
Weyerhaeuser Area (6410)6/12 to 7/142484153,51334 
Wheatland J1 (6412)6/20 to 7/2721195619,6681310More Student participation and a broader selection of remedial and enrichment offerings. Also attendance by resident parochial school students who do not have summer school!
Whitefish Bay (6419)6/12 to 8/1143311543,7841110 
Whitehall (6426)6/12 to 8/2553798610,5001314 
Whitewater (6461)6/19 to 7/28296802,092,6954343 
Whitnall (6470)6/13 to 8/316795946,0901937Summer school program was shortened from 4 weeks to 2 weeks and there were fewer students enrolled.
Williams Bay (6482)6/19 to 8/430185195,09843 
Wilmot UHS (6545)6/12 to 8/531265815,9041723SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION SHORTER IN LENGTH
Winneconne Community (6608)6/12 to 8/24527481,564,3303236 
Winter (6615)6/5 to 8/2428241251,42257 
Wisconsin Dells (6678)6/12 to 8/3141389819,130178We doubled the amount of days summer school was offered in grades 6-8 from 12 to 24. In addition, the amount of time per day increased from 180 minutes to 270 minutes per day. Last year, we reported several classes as "logged" rather than reporting days and minutes. These classes all met a set number of days and minutes this year, so they were not reported as "logged" time. Our overall enrollment increased by four students this year as compared to last year.
Wisconsin Heights (0469)6/12 to 8/2845476642,8681314 
Wisconsin Rapids (6685)6/12 to 8/255318304,895,283101107 
Wittenberg-Birnamwood (6692)6/12 to 7/2724443415,890916We did not offer Phy-Ed, History, and the number of participants was 208 less.
Wonewoc-Union Center (6713)6/5 to 8/18542791,003,4952116Expanded program offerings.
Woodruff J1 (6720)6/12 to 8/1523150487,7551010 
Wrightstown Community (6734)6/12 to 8/31186972,010,6004131Additional students, days and course offerings.

Districts shown above: 42

Total districts displayed: 398

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