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FY 2014-2015 School Census Count

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Only districts who have officially submitted their Census data are shown below

A

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Abbotsford (0007) 838  
Adams-Friendship Area (0014) 1,945  
Albany (0063) 527  
Algoma (0070) 1,014  
Alma (0084) 264  
Alma Center (0091) 785  
Almond-Bancroft (0105) 663  
Altoona (0112) 2,056  
Amery (0119) 1,981  
Antigo (0140) 3,586  
Appleton Area (0147) 22,124  
Arcadia (0154) 1,489  
Argyle (0161) 399  
Arrowhead UHS (2450)  2,798 
Ashland (0170) 2,899 We were contacted by DPI regarding our numbers. In turn we contacted Skyward regarding the census report used for this report. It was decided to conduct the formula calculation provided by DPI - Census Reasonability Check. The numbers with that formula seemed more accurate.
Ashwaubenon (0182) 3,125  
Athens (0196) 1,026  
Auburndale (0203) 1,157  
Augusta (0217) 1,216  

Districts shown above: 19

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B

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Baldwin-Woodville Area (0231) 2,062  
Bangor (0245) 899  
Baraboo (0280) 4,128  
Barneveld (0287) 512 Corrected the process.
Barron Area (0308) 1,996  
Bayfield (0315) 570 Incorrect data submitted.
Beaver Dam (0336) 5,241  
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine (4263) 346  
Belleville (0350) 1,227  
Belmont Community (0364) 410  
Beloit (0413) 9,546  
Beloit Turner (0422) 1,581  
Benton (0427) 329  
Berlin Area (0434) 2,234  
Big Foot UHS (6013)  955 
Birchwood (0441) 288  
Black Hawk (2240) 516 We have been talking with Carey Bradley at the DPI. She contacted the school to inquire about the report that we used to complete the Census. We found out that the Skyward report was double counting some of our students. So we used the mathematical calculation.
Black River Falls (0476) 2,177  
Blair-Taylor (0485) 1,009  
Bloomer (0497) 1,699  
Bonduel (0602) 1,177  
Boscobel (0609) 967  
Bowler (0623) 513  
Boyceville Community (0637) 955  
Brighton #1 (0657)130  We have had many families move into our district this past year.
Brillion (0658) 1,132  
Bristol #1 (0665)762   
Brodhead (0700) 1,138  
Brown Deer (0721) 2,049  
Bruce (0735) 647  
Burlington Area (0777) 4,737  
Butternut (0840) 234  

Districts shown above: 32

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C

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Cadott Community (0870) 1,079  
Cambria-Friesland (0882) 497  
Cambridge (0896) 1,005  
Cameron (0903) 998  
Campbellsport (0910) 1,978 Last year's census count was derived using a different formula/method. The current formula being used is more reliable accurate and reasonable.
Cashton (0980) 1,354  
Cassville (0994) 280  
Cedar Grove-Belgium Area (1029) 1,357  
Cedarburg (1015) 4,033 asasdf
Central/Westosha UHS (5054)  2,082 
Chequamegon (1071) 1,041  
Chetek-Weyerhaeuser (1080) 1,303  
Chilton (1085) 1,889  
Chippewa Falls Area (1092) 7,651  
Clayton (1120) 440  
Clear Lake (1127) 861  
Clinton Community (1134) 1,509  
Clintonville (1141) 1,868  
Cochrane-Fountain City (1155) 919  
Colby (1162) 1,552  
Coleman (1169) 944 Carey Bradley informed our district that we were above 140% of our enrollment vs. census. In looking into this our software was counting some students twice. Therefore we have this correction.
Colfax (1176) 1,062  
Columbus (1183) 1,770  
Cornell (1204) 599  
Crandon (1218) 1,108 Our adjusted headcount was 931 for the 14-15 school year. Our open-enroll out was 56 but due to some being duplicates and/or moving out of the area that number was reduced to 48. Next the HOMER site stated 26 families but only 13 have remained residents within the district. Lastly there are 116 graduates for the past two years.
Crivitz (1232) 912 The Skyward Census Report was pulling incorrect data. We've contacted them to fix the issue.
Cuba City (1246) 1,113  
Cudahy (1253) 3,437 Correction of overstatement from original reports in Skyward (double counted some students). Per discussion with Carey Bradley at DPI.
Cumberland (1260) 1,087  

Districts shown above: 29

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D

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
D C Everest Area (4970) 7,753  
Darlington Community (1295) 1,061  
De Soto Area (1421) 794  
Deerfield Community (1309) 921  
Deforest Area (1316) 4,160  
Delavan-Darien (1380) 3,441  
Denmark (1407) 1,954  
Depere (1414) 5,682  
Dodgeland (2744) 1,147  
Dodgeville (1428) 1,735  
Dover #1 (1449)121   
Drummond (1491) 503  
Durand (1499) 1,448  

Districts shown above: 13

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E

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
East Troy Community (1540) 2,219  
Eau Claire Area (1554) 13,960  
Edgar (1561) 835 We changed from the pysical count method to the mathematical method.
Edgerton (1568) 2,147  
Elcho (1582) 460  
Eleva-Strum (1600) 780  
Elk Mound Area (1645) 1,423  
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (1631) 674  
Elkhorn Area (1638) 3,692  
Ellsworth Community (1659) 2,284  
Elmbrook (0714) 11,097  
Elmwood (1666) 525  
Erin (1687)332   
Evansville Community (1694) 2,275  

Districts shown above: 14

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F

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Fall Creek (1729) 889  
Fall River (1736) 612  
Fennimore Community (1813) 1,039  
Flambeau (5757) 884  
Florence (1855) 494  
Fond Du Lac (1862) 9,086  
Fontana J8 (1870)293   
Fort Atkinson (1883) 3,773  
Fox Point J2 (1890)927   
Franklin Public (1900) 5,504  
Frederic (1939) 710  
Freedom Area (1953) 2,436  
Friess Lake (4843)178  With only about 900 households and 7 square miles in our district with one school for grades 4K-8 we are experiencing less students in the area and declining enrollment.

Districts shown above: 13

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G

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Galesville-Ettrick (2009) 1,860  
Geneva J4 (2044)127  Students graduated and moved.
Genoa City J2 (2051)734   
Germantown (2058) 5,025 Per DPI request in December of 2015 I performed a more comprehensive analysis and the new figure is the result. The analysis included using other source records than used over the past several years.
Gibraltar Area (2114) 790  
Gillett (2128) 564  
Gilman (2135) 471  
Gilmanton (2142) 251  
Glendale-River Hills (2184)1,179   
Glenwood City (2198) 983 We have had a trend of increase enrollment over the past two years.
Goodman-Armstrong (2212) 140  
Grafton (2217) 3,370 Following a discussion with Carey Bradley from DPI the District followed the prescribed mathematical calculation recommendations to update the census numbers. Prior census data was determined by change in percent of pupil count data from the old paper census.
Granton Area (2226) 609  
Grantsburg (2233) 991  
Green Bay Area (2289) 31,382 A review was done of our process for determining the census count. Previously we used data from the County Birth Records. We have now changed our process to use data from Student Count Home Based Private Educational Program Enrollment and DPI Private Enrollment.
Green Lake (2310) 324  
Greendale (2296) 2,965  
Greenfield (2303) 3,825  
Greenwood (2394) 790  
Gresham (2415) 368  

Districts shown above: 20

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H

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Hamilton (2420) 6,227  
Hartford J1 (2443)2,486   
Hartford UHS (2436)  2,373 
Hartland-Lakeside J3 (2460)1,496  Declining enrollment and reduction in private school and home schooled students.
Hayward Community (2478) 2,478  
Herman #22 (2523)71   
Highland (2527) 339  
Hilbert (2534) 717  
Hillsboro (2541) 1,198  
Holmen (2562) 5,640  
Horicon (2576) 1,250 Adjustment was made to subtract estimate of 200 children that were added to our count to account for any resident children who we did not receive information for.
Hortonville (2583) 6,246  
Howard-Suamico (2604) 7,154 38 Residents attending Brown County Syble Hopp 26 Residents attending Private preschool 1131 Resident Graduates (2015 2014 2013 and some 2012 and 2011) 277 Residents attending Private school 72 Residents being homeschooled 163 -- Residents attending other public schools (OE outs) 5447 Residents attending Howard-Suamico Schools (not including 2015 graduates) 7154 -- Total census count
Howards Grove (2605) 1,248  
Hudson (2611) 7,724  
Hurley (2618) 762  
Hustisford (2625) 699 We keep a master spreadsheet of names in our census from year to year. Following a review of this data we will be removing 117 children from the list primarily due to split family/split parent homes where the children resided with either the parent step-parent or significant other and then moved in and out of the district. These children often had multiple last name changes associated with their status changes. In the future we will be reviewing our master list more frequently to ensure that all family members and the census data is the most up to date.

Districts shown above: 17

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DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Independence (2632) 483 People having moved out of the district.
Iola-Scandinavia (2639) 954 Decreasing class sizes at the elementary.
Iowa-Grant (2646) 901  
Ithaca (2660) 438  

Districts shown above: 4

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J

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Janesville (2695) 13,171  
Jefferson (2702) 2,866  
Johnson Creek (2730) 979  
Juda (2737) 319  

Districts shown above: 4

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K

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Kaukauna Area (2758) 4,904  
Kenosha (2793) 31,021  
Kettle Moraine (1376) 4,430  
Kewaskum (2800) 2,493  
Kewaunee (2814) 1,353 We've had a decrease in enrollment in our district during 14-15 school year. Recently a major employer closed its door the Dominion Power Plant and several families moved out of the district.
Kickapoo Area (5960) 796  
Kiel Area (2828) 1,755  
Kimberly Area (2835) 5,996  
Kohler (2842) 758  

Districts shown above: 9

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L

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Lac Du Flambeau #1 (1848)571   
Lacrosse (2849) 9,702  
Ladysmith (2856) 1,108  
Lafarge (2863) 598  
Lake Country (3862)424   
Lake Geneva J1 (2885)2,693   
Lake Geneva-Genoa UHS (2884)  2,004 
Lake Holcombe (2891) 418  
Lake Mills Area (2898) 1,732  
Lakeland UHS (3647)  1,134 
Lancaster Community (2912) 1,182  
Laona (2940) 272  
Lena (2961) 643  
Linn J4 (3087)121   
Linn J6 (3094)101   
Little Chute Area (3129) 1,831  
Lodi (3150) 1,904  
Lomira (3171) 1,433  
Loyal (3206) 1,085  
Luck (3213) 630  
Luxemburg-Casco (3220) 2,662  

Districts shown above: 21

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M

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Madison Metropolitan (3269) 29,605  
Manawa (3276) 1,068  
Manitowoc (3290) 8,108  
Maple (3297) 1,622  
Maple Dale-Indian Hill (1897)523   
Marathon City (3304) 965  
Marinette (3311) 2,817  
Marion (3318) 785  
Markesan (3325) 1,954 We did more of a physical count where we could and found we have more children then expected. We also have a large Amish community in our district and their numbers have increased.
Marshall (3332) 1,366  
Marshfield (3339) 5,524  
Mauston (3360) 2,073  
Mayville (3367) 1,698  
McFarland (3381) 2,590  
Medford Area (3409) 2,834  
Mellen (3427) 365  
Melrose-Mindoro (3428) 1,036  
Menasha (3430) 4,564  
Menominee Indian (3434) 1,237  
Menomonee Falls (3437) 5,239  
Menomonie Area (3444) 4,425  
Mequon-Thiensville (3479) 4,606 13-14 was a physical count and 14-15 was a mathematical count using our district data as well as other area private school data. This would show that the response to the physical count was not as good as our own data.
Mercer (3484) 162  
Merrill Area (3500) 3,688  
Merton Community (3528)1,136   
Middleton-Cross Plains (3549) 8,614  
Milton (3612) 4,588  
Milwaukee (3619) 158,267  
Mineral Point (3633) 954  
Minocqua J1 (3640)589  Decling enrollment large 8th grade outgoing and small incoming 4k class
Mishicot (3661) 1,118  
Mondovi (3668) 1,094  
Monona Grove (3675) 4,240  
Monroe (3682) 3,011  
Montello (3689) 1,067  
Monticello (3696) 423  
Mosinee (3787) 2,469  
Mount Horeb Area (3794) 3,107  
Mukwonago (3822) 6,094 We changed to the mathematical computation. By doing so we reduced our counts.
Muskego-Norway (3857) 7,121  

Districts shown above: 40

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N

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Necedah Area (3871) 915  
Neenah (3892) 9,552  
Neillsville (3899) 1,272  
Nekoosa (3906) 1,749  
Neosho J3 (3913)265   
New Auburn (3920) 368  
New Berlin (3925) 5,994  
New Glarus (3934) 1,127  
New Holstein (3941) 1,654 I believe the previous year likely included students outside of the 4-20 age range.
New Lisbon (3948) 861  
New London (3955) 3,505 After a reasonability request from DPI it was determined the district was running the census reports from Skyward with both active and inactive checked to capture the graduated students or 4 years old who decided not to attend school. The district feels the reduction accurately counts students for the census.
New Richmond (3962) 3,981  
Niagara (3969) 495  
Nicolet UHS (2177)  1,681 
Norris (3976) 104 Norris Adolescent Center had an increase in the number of residents than 13-14.
North Cape (4690)195   
North Crawford (2016) 588  
North Fond Du Lac (3983) 1,843 Error in coding 18-20 year olds in 2013-14 which resulted in a miscount of those kids.
North Lake (3514)360   
North Lakeland (0616)145  North Lakeland School District is experiencing declining enrollment. We graduated classes with high numbers (22) and are incoming classes have low numbers (8). With a small student population a decline in enrollment of single students makes up a larger percentage of the population. This area is also a very big area for retirement properties the areas retired population is growing while the school age population is declining.
Northern Ozaukee (1945) 1,198 previously an estimate was given and now an actual number had been calculated.
Northland Pines (1526) 1,504  
Northwood (3654) 407  
Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton (3990) 863  
Norway J7 (4011)102   

Districts shown above: 25

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O

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Oak Creek-Franklin (4018) 7,016  
Oakfield (4025) 639  
Oconomowoc Area (4060) 7,531  
Oconto (4067) 1,326  
Oconto Falls (4074) 2,567  
Omro (4088) 1,731  
Onalaska (4095) 3,580  
Oostburg (4137) 1,461  
Oregon (4144) 4,311  
Osceola (4165) 2,337  
Oshkosh Area (4179) 13,323  
Osseo-Fairchild (4186) 1,413  
Owen-Withee (4207) 898  

Districts shown above: 13

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P

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Palmyra-Eagle Area (4221) 1,522  
Pardeeville Area (4228) 1,980  
Paris J1 (4235)181   
Parkview (4151) 1,263  
Pecatonica Area (0490) 700  
Pepin Area (4270) 296 I followed the DPI guidelines as outlined. In the past I was using the previous years number and adding in new four year olds and subtracting out the previous years 20 year olds.
Peshtigo (4305) 1,370 I believe our census report from Skyward (Student Management system) was run incorrectly. Have spoken to Carey Bradley - DPI
Pewaukee (4312) 3,423  
Phelps (4330) 180  
Phillips (4347) 976  
Pittsville (4368) 769 This year Pittsville School District's Census Report was completed differently than in previous years. It was discovered that students who were withdrawn from the district and attending other school districts were still being counted through our Skyward Student Software on the Census Report. This is why the total number of students is less than in previous years. An additional withdrawal step is being added by secretarial staff so that these students who are no longer residents of the Pittsville School District will not be counted on our Census Report. Per Deb Zdun District Administrative Secretary in charge of school census.
Platteville (4389) 1,767  
Plum City (4459) 392  
Plymouth (4473) 3,168  
Port Edwards (4508) 486  
Port Washington-Saukville (4515) 3,803  
Portage Community (4501) 2,962  
Potosi (4529) 464 Discovered that the previous year census did not include students in the private school. They have been included with this count
Poynette (4536) 1,334  
Prairie Du Chien Area (4543) 1,376 Larger class sizes going out in 2015 the Students coming in for 2016.
Prairie Farm (4557) 354 Smaller classes in the 4 year old and students moved out of the district.
Prentice (4571) 573  
Prescott (4578) 1,708  
Princeton (4606) 559  
Pulaski Community (4613) 4,572  

Districts shown above: 25

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DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Racine (4620) 29,459  
Randall J1 (4627)651   
Randolph (4634) 819  
Random Lake (4641) 1,193  
Raymond #14 (4686)345   
Reedsburg (4753) 3,351  
Reedsville (4760) 1,246  
Rhinelander (4781) 3,273  
Rib Lake (4795) 639  
Rice Lake Area (4802) 2,891  
Richfield J1 (4820)401   
Richland (4851) 2,274  
Richmond (3122)469  Move outs
Rio Community (4865) 556  
Ripon Area (4872) 2,058  
River Falls (4893) 4,275  
River Ridge (4904) 749  
River Valley (5523) 1,829  
Riverdale (3850) 850  
Rosendale-Brandon (4956) 1,225  
Rosholt (4963) 697  
Royall (1673) 877  
Rubicon J6 (4998)110   

Districts shown above: 23

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DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Saint Croix Central (2422) 1,840  
Saint Croix Falls (5019) 1,370  
Saint Francis (5026) 1,401  
Salem (5068)1,118   
Sauk Prairie (5100) 3,606  
Seneca (5124) 412 A reasonability check was made and it was determined that we over counted by about 37 students. Old spreadsheets were being used with information that was out dated.
Sevastopol (5130) 783  
Seymour Community (5138) 3,130  
Sharon J11 (5258)281   
Shawano (5264) 3,409  
Sheboygan Area (5271) 12,594  
Sheboygan Falls (5278) 2,237  
Shell Lake (5306) 765  
Shiocton (5348) 961  
Shorewood (5355) 2,155  
Shullsburg (5362) 479  
Silver Lake J1 (5369)550   
Siren (5376) 589  
Slinger (5390) 3,527 We did our mathematical calculation based on the sample calculation method provided by DPI and verified our numbers with Carrie Bradley on 12/16/15. We were counting 3 graduating classes and should be only counting 2.
Solon Springs (5397) 493  
Somerset (5432) 2,041  
South Milwaukee (5439) 3,826  
South Shore (4522) 295  
Southern Door County (5457) 1,476  
Southwestern Wisconsin (2485) 881  
Sparta Area (5460) 3,834  
Spencer (5467) 1,116  
Spooner (5474) 1,964  
Spring Valley (5586) 885  
Stanley-Boyd Area (5593) 1,491  
Stevens Point Area (5607) 10,592  
Stockbridge (5614) 347  
Stone Bank School District (3542)305   
Stoughton Area (5621) 3,913  
Stratford (5628) 1,216  
Sturgeon Bay (5642) 1,680  
Sun Prairie Area (5656) 9,420  
Superior (5663) 5,606  
Suring (5670) 599  
Swallow (3510)550   

Districts shown above: 40

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DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Thorp (5726) 1,028 DPI called and reviewed our numbers - Being new I followed past equations and I think we were counting all children in the district ages 0-20. We have 4 private schools in our area too so we had to estimate their enrollments graduating classes and 4 and 5 years olds not attending school. I feel more confident about our numbers. Thank you.
Three Lakes (5733) 670  
Tigerton (5740) 345  
Tomah Area (5747) 4,462  
Tomahawk (5754) 1,541  
Tomorrow River (0126) 1,280 Skyward report was reviewed and duplicate entries found. Updated process for counting children for report.
Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated (5780)551   
Tri-County Area (4375) 862 We were counting our 0-3 year old in our number.
Turtle Lake (5810) 587  
Twin Lakes #4 (5817)477   
Two Rivers (5824) 1,645  

Districts shown above: 11

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U

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Union Grove J1 (5859)958   
Union Grove UHS (5852)  1,432 
Unity (0238) 1,230 We changed the methodology for how we calculated the census numbers.

Districts shown above: 3

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V

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Valders Area (5866) 1,290  
Verona Area (5901) 6,373  
Viroqua Area (5985) 1,948  

Districts shown above: 3

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W

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Wabeno Area (5992) 614  
Walworth J1 (6022)574   
Washburn (6027) 617  
Washington (6069) 92  
Washington-Caldwell (6104)196   
Waterford Graded (6113)1,683  Counts were taken by actual students enrolled for 2015.2016 rather than an estimate
Waterford UHS (6083)  1,416 
Waterloo (6118) 1,158  
Watertown (6125) 6,099  
Waukesha (6174) 17,122  
Waunakee Community (6181) 4,492  
Waupaca (6195) 3,001  
Waupun (6216) 2,437  
Wausau (6223) 10,699  
Wausaukee (6230) 669  
Wautoma Area (6237) 1,732  
Wauwatosa (6244) 9,230  
Wauzeka-Steuben (6251) 350 With the assistance from DPI-correction has been made for census count.
Webster (6293) 832  
West Allis (6300) 12,360  
West Bend (6307) 9,887  
West Depere (6328) 4,156  
West Salem (6370) 2,251  
Westby Area (6321) 1,681 I redid the calculation using the mathematical calculation and did the reasonability check and adjusted it accordingly.
Westfield (6335) 1,316  
Weston (6354) 685  
Weyauwega-Fremont (6384) 1,348  
Wheatland J1 (6412)595   
White Lake (6440) 304 This change is due to a miscalculation in the original numbers.
Whitefish Bay (6419) 3,956  
Whitehall (6426) 1,237  
Whitewater (6461) 2,134  
Whitnall (6470) 2,529  
Wild Rose (6475) 655  
Williams Bay (6482) 655  
Wilmot UHS (6545)  1,902 
Winneconne Community (6608) 1,946  
Winter (6615) 332  
Wisconsin Dells (6678) 2,214  
Wisconsin Heights (0469) 1,080  
Wisconsin Rapids (6685) 7,896 Students 0-4 were included in the mathematical calculation used for the prior year in error.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood (6692) 1,604  
Wonewoc-Union Center (6713) 602  
Woodruff J1 (6720)454  Last year the count was based on full student enrollment (bodies in the building) not students residing just in our district.
Wrightstown Community (6734) 1,653  

Districts shown above: 45

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DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
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Yorkville J2 (6748)412   

Districts shown above: 1

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State Totals

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Total Number of Children26,9221,141,35117,777 

Total number of districts shown: 424

Total children: 1,186,050

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