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The Red Raider Report

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Exceptional Staff

  • 40 Golden Apple Winners for individuals and teams  since inception of program in 1994
  • 11 Apple Core Trainers offer over 75  classes for professional development.
  • 2 Teachers are Apple Distinguished Educators
  • District honored as an Apple Distinguished Program
  • All Paraprofessionals within our Title I schools have passed and are Highly Qualified Paraprofessionals
  • All Special Education Paraprofessionals are certified in as a special education program aide license.
  • Over 60% of teachers have their Master’s Degree.
  • Multiple published authors throughout the district of children and adult books

Academic Excellence

  • High ACT Scores in Northeast Wisconsin
    • Rank 2nd in 10 year average of all CESA 7 (Northeast Wisconsin) Schools
    • Rank 29th in state for 10 year average (2006-2016) in Wisconsin with a 23.5
    • With 100% of students required to take the ACT in 2016, our students scored a composite score of 21.5
  • College career and community readiness for students
    • Students leave Pulaski High School with AP credit opportunities, dual enrollment credits and transcribed credits.
      • 2016-2017- 230 students enrolled in AP Classes
      • 2016-2017- 384 students enrolled in Dual Enrollment Classes
      • 2016-2017- 582 students enrolled in Transcribed Classes
    • 93 of our  2016 graduates of Pulaski HIgh School earned over $1 million of scholarships
    • Pulaski High School had 18 AP Scholars, 9 AP Scholars with 4 Honors and AP Scholars with Distinction in 2015
    • Pulaski High School had three National Merit Semifinalist and two National Merit Finalist
    • Advanced Placement Exams taken in 2015 was 200 in eleven different subjects
  • Schools and individuals recognized for academic progress and growth
    • Fairview Elementary School recognized as a Wisconsin Title I School of High Progress
    • US News and World ranked Pulaski High School 57th (Top 13% of schools in Wisconsin)
    • 99% graduation rate for Pulaski Community School District
    • 2016 Best Communities for Music Education
    • Wisconsin Report Card schools that Exceeds Expectations or received 4 Stars (District, Glenbrook, Hillcrest, Lannoye, Sunnyside, PCMS)
    • Wisconsin Report Card schools that Exceeds Expectations or received Meets Expectations or received 3 Stars (PHS, Fairview)
  • Students developing necessary skills  in Collaboration, Creativity, Consumption of Content, Critical Thinking (4C’s)
    • 90% of our students and teachers belief that technology use in class enhances their learning
    • 1:1 digital learning implemented in Grades 5-12 with the addition of Grade 4 in 2017-18 with incremental increase of devices in kindergarten through Grade 3.
    • Our Pulaski teachers ask students to solve real world problems, conduct research, participate in experiments and demonstrate authentic learning through a variety of digital resources.
    • 81% of the Pulaski staff engage in 10 hours of professional development related to the 4C’s compared to 43% of Wisconsin Bright Byte’s schools
  • Post Secondary including 4 year, 2 year, work force, military

Academic Opportunities

Elementary

  • K-12 World Language Program (Spanish, French, Oneida)
  • 4K Program
    • Sunnyside, Glenbrook, Fairview, Hillcrest, Shining Stars, Peaceful Beginnings, ABVM
  • 3 PBIS schools of merit
  • Before and After school programs
    • Sunnyside, Glenbrook, Fairview
  • Love to Run program
  • Elementary Choirs
    • Sunnyside, Lannoye, Glenbrook
  • Battle of the Books
    • Sunnyside, Lannoye, Glenbrook  
  • Elementary Coding
  • Outdoor Learning Experiences
    • School Forests: Fairview, Lannoye
    • School Garden: Fairview
    • School Prairie: Sunnyside
  • Junior Achievement
  • Preschool playdates
  • 5th Grade track day

Middle School

  • K-12 World Language Program (Spanish, French, Oneida)
  • Outdoor Learning Experiences
    • 1 School forest
    • 1 School garden
  • GO Time - Enrichment/Intervention Opportunities
  • After school homework help
  • Geography Bee
  • Multiple Exploratory Opportunities
    • FACS, Business, Agriscience, Tech Ed, Art, PE, Band, Choir
  • All School Wellness Day
  • Red Raider Restaurant
  • Academic Summer support programs for reading and math
  • Project Lead the Way
  • Academics, Arts and Activities (AAA) - Programs

High School

  • K-12 World Language Program (Spanish, French, Oneida)
  • College and Career Readiness Offerings
    • 15 AP course offerings
    • Partnerships with local Tech Schools and Colleges
      • 6 College credit courses offered
      • 26 advanced standing and transcripted courses
      • 6 Project Lead the Way Courses
      • Partnerships with:
        • NWTC
        • MSOE
        • Oshkosh
        • St Norbert
        • UW Green Bay
  • Career and Technical Education Program (CTE)
  • Certified Nursing Assistant Program (CNA)
  • Project Lead the Way Program
  • Red Raider Products
  • Culinary Arts Program
  • Personalized Learning Time (PLT)
  • Flex Mod Scheduling
  • Youth Apprenticeship Program
  • More than 250 total courses are available
  • Pulaski News

Community Engagement

  • Pulaski Area Community Education Program (PACE)
    • Over 130 classes and positively affects over 1200 people of all ages annually through classes.
    • AAA Before/After School Programs for over 120 students.
  • Community Food Pantry
    • Serves approximately 60 families bimonthly.
    • Provides over 75 backpacks for hungry kids
    • Wrapped in Warmth
    • Back to School Store
    • Christmas Toys for Kids
  • Summer School Programming
    • Hosts over 300 separate classes for over 2000 students.
    • Remedial Summer School
  • Pulaski United Foundation (PUF)
    • PUF contributes $12,000+ annually to local causes.
  • Pulaski News has over 1,400 subscribers
  • Community Pool and Fitness Center
    • Nearly 47,000 pool visitors annually
    • Almost 6,000 fitness visitors annually
  • Community Service Focus
    • Easter Egg Hunt
    • Creepy Crawler Trunk-or-Treat
    • KC Free Throw Contest
    • KC Knowledge contest
    • KC Punt, Pass and Kick
  • Pace Setters provides programs including national bus tours for over 350 Active Adults.
  • STEP program provides volunteer opportunities with the option of property tax credit for senior citizens living in our District.

Co-Curricular Excellence & Opportunies

  • Elementary
    • Club Sports
      • Flag Football • Tackle Football • soccer • baseball • softball • wrestling • basketball • running club • swim club • dance
    • Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops
    • Student council
    • Conservation club
    • Safety Patrol
    • Spanish Club
  • Middle School
    • Activities
      • Difference Makers • Student Council • Forensics • FFA • Musical • Solo and Ensemble • Jazz Band • Art Club • Geography Bee • Knowledge Bowl
    • Athletics
      • Fall -- cross country, soccer, football and volleyball • Winter -- cheer, dance, basketball and wrestling • Spring -- track, bowling and tennis
    • 6-12: 1,300 students  in club/1,300 students  athletics
  • High School
      • Fall -- boys and girls cross country, boys soccer, football, girls swim, girls golf, volleyball, girls tennis, cheer, and dance • Winter --bowling, cheer, dance, boys and girls basketball, hockey, boys swim and wrestling • Spring -- boys and girls track, boys tennis, softball, boys golf, baseball, and girls soccer

The Innovative Mindset

  • High quality learning experiences for our students
    • K-5 Coding Curriculum with tools and devices such as Beebots, spheros, ollies and BB8
    • Student facilitated live announcements via media production labs
    • 6 Career and Technical Education Certificates that can be earned by PHS Students and allows grant funds to be accessed by CTE Departments of FACS, Tech Ed, Agriscience and Business.
    • A Global Education Achievement Certificate (GEAC) opportunity for PHS students to earn through earning credits in world language, global content courses and service learning
    • Students engaging with others locally and globally using digital tools
    • Students have opportunities to travel abroad through Spanish Club, French Club and Social Studies to countries such as France, Peru, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and other European countries
  • Top notch learning spaces, schedules and innovative experiences for students and staff
    • Flex Mod schedule at Pulaski High School create more opportunities for our students as they prepare for college, careers, work and military
    • Redesigned libraries and classrooms for today’s learners with personalized learning labs and collaboration commons
    • Opportunities for individual and differentiated growth such as intervention/enrichment blocks, Go-Times, community service days and digital learning days
  • Student and staff Community Outreach
    • Student Run Community Newspaper
    • Student Technology Assistance Teams Tech Ninja
    • Red Raider Products in woods, metals and auto
    • Open up our doors to the public via social media through #RaiderStrong hashtag
    • Host site visits by other educators to learn from our various programs
    • Present to local community and statewide organizations about technology topics
    • Staff and administrators are sought after to present at professional conferences and workshops

The Red Raider Report