20-21 School Report Cards

20-21 School Report Cards
Posted on 11/22/2021
The Office of Educational Accountability (OEA) at the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) issues school and district report cards each fall for schools and districts in Wisconsin. The report cards present key information related to outcomes for students as measured by statewide assessments, attendance, and high school completion; however, whole school performance cannot be captured in any one report.

Report cards can help parents and educators understand how their school is doing and how the district can improve to help all children learn and graduate ready for college or their careers.

The Appleton Area School District takes this report, student data, and student needs into consideration when developing our continuous improvement plan.

District Continuous School Improvement Mission Statement
We believe we can responsively meet the needs of all students and raise overall achievement by working with site CSIP leadership teams to coordinate leadership training in building high functioning learning communities to coach for academic/behavior/cultural expertise, and to effectively use assessment data to support the improvement of learning and teaching.

2020-21 Report Card Highlights
The AASD’s district report card score has continuously increased every year over the past four years. The overall district score improved by 1.3 points between 2020-21 and  2018-19 and by 4.5 points overall since 2016-17.

The Appleton Area School District is the only school district in the Fox Cities with an improved report card score from 2018-19 and had the highest overall state report score of the ten largest districts in the state for 2020-21.

The AASD continues to demonstrate improved student growth in ELA and Mathematics.

Report Cards

Find our District report card here, and all of our school report cards here.