The Pulaski School District is committed and dedicated to the task of providing the best education possible for every child in the District for as long as the student can benefit from attendance and the student's conduct is compatible with the welfare of the entire student body.
According to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction website:
Except as provided in s. 120.13 (37m), no pupil may be excluded from a public school, or from any school activities or programs, or be denied any benefits or treated in a different manner because of:
- national origin (including a student whose primary language is not English)
- parental status
- marital status
- sexual orientation
- physical disability
- mental disability
- emotional disability
- learning disability
(118.13, Wis. Stats.)
For a full copy of the Pulaski Community School District's Board Policy on Nondiscrimination, click here.
For more information about Nondiscrimination and Equity, check out the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Pupil Nondiscrimination site or call the Pulaski Community School District's Student Services Office at 920-822-6021.