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Summer School of 2016

This data is for summer school that took place in the calendar year of 2016, and it is considered to be part of FY 2016-2017.

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Abbotsford (0007)6/6 to 8/12493201,421,5672930Abbotsford changed the format of summer school slightly resulting in a fewer number of students enrolling. The FTE's are not significantly different-seriously from 30 to 29?
Adams-Friendship Area (0014)6/13 to 7/29283834,584,468940Our district offers a full day program and in the past we have been limited by the minutes we can count. This year, according the the 2016 Guidelines, we no longer have that limitation and can count our minutes for our afternoon sessions as well.
Albany (0063)6/13 to 8/2675208523,570110 
Algoma (0070)6/7 to 8/13444461,106,325230We implemented a new course "Leadership Through High Adventure". This was a 14 day trip for students out west. I confirmed with Carey Bradley that we could count all instructional minutes and there is no cap per day. We didn't include sleeping or travel time that was not used for instruction.
Alma (0084)6/6 to 7/120124514,995110 
Alma Center (0091)6/6 to 8/1925239906,3901912Increase in classes offered and therefore, increase in students participating.
Almond-Bancroft (0105)6/6 to 8/2536151724,2001516Fewer classes offered and pupils enrolled
Altoona (0112)6/6 to 8/18463261,967,370400We extended SS an additional week due to our long summer. We finished the regular year early last year and began this one late due to a large remodel project.
Amery (0119)6/13 to 8/315814783,790,546780Summer school was expanded this year. More days of Summer school were offered.
Antigo (0140)6/6 to 8/175213301,857,529380Antigo offered targeted, remedial classes which were held outside the dates of the main summer session. This allowed targeted students to participated in both targeted and non-targeted offerings. We also participated in the Summer Feeding program. Parents like having meals provided. Finally we offered transportation to the Boys & Girls Club after summer sessions which provided wrap around child care services.
Appleton Area (0147)6/6 to 8/1945731919,660,861405408We do not believe that this is a significant change in the FTE, as it is less than a 1% change. However, the change is due to fluctuation in attendance and possibly the new way of assessing minutes for online classes.
Arcadia (0154)6/13 to 8/18368502,884,738590We added a third session of summer school.
Argyle (0161)6/15 to 7/2226154427,02090There were more students attending the 2016 Summer School session.
Arrowhead UHS (2450)6/13 to 8/193910533,623,676750There is no longer a limit on the maximum number of minutes allowed for reimbursement per student per day. Last year, the limit affected 3 summer school courses; whereas, this year, the total number of minutes allowed were counted. Our total enrollment was higher than last year.
Ashland (0170)6/13 to 8/12394151,364,799280more classes offered
Ashwaubenon (0182)6/13 to 8/184510013,103,885640 
Athens (0196)6/6 to 8/3162300472,581100Our school has experienced a 5% decline in student enrollment for the previous three years. This has translated into fewer students enrolling in our summer school program. We cancelled some classes due to low or no enrollment.
Auburndale (0203)6/6 to 7/120209607,980130summer school count is accurate; only one more FTE
Augusta (0217)6/6 to 8/11544071,273,680260High school classes were offered for credit this year and were not in previous years.

Districts shown above: 19

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Baldwin-Woodville Area (0231)5/31 to 9/1549692,299,639470Actually our numbers were down last year. Over the five years, our numbers have run 47, 43, 44, 46, and 40 last year. We put an effort into promoting our summer school classes this year and brought in some new ideas.
Bangor (0245)7/11 to 7/2915298567,000120 
Baraboo (0280)6/6 to 8/312010631,839,886380Our elementary program saw an increase in enrollment with a change in course offerings, from remedial and enrichment to all enrichment this year. Our middle school program saw an increase in both remedial classes (double the students) and the addition of an enrichment coding/programming class. High School Athletic programming saw an increase in student numbers as well.
Barneveld (0287)6/7 to 8/3041240470,250100Enrollment for kdg. and 4K readiness was down. Enrollment in Summer garden club was down.
Barron Area (0308)6/6 to 8/26606591,901,210390Barron Area School District's numbers can range from in the mid 30's to mid 40's. That has been the trend. Depending on class size enrollment - which vary from 80 student per grade level to just over 100. This is the norm for BASD.
Bayfield (0315)6/13 to 8/1125203228,33050Declining enrollment in summer school programs and less summer school offerings.
Beaver Dam (0336)6/20 to 8/194417663,768,953780 
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine (4263)6/6 to 8/19504487,21420 
Belleville (0350)6/7 to 7/29446242,278,373470We increased each class by 5 minutes for the 16 - 17 summer school.
Belmont Community (0364)6/6 to 8/1247228447,18390There were a few classes that did not take place because of conflicts with other classes and the weather.
Beloit (0413)6/20 to 7/2929189711,753,1212420Enrollment was higher
Beloit Turner (0422)6/13 to 7/15224301,290,313270The District had less students enrolled in this years summer school course as well as less classes offered.
Benton (0427)6/6 to 8/2652125108,06020We had significantly less students taking body sculpting, and the class formerly ran for 2 hours, this summer it was 1.5 hours. Number of days classes were held was shorter than previous years as well.
Berlin Area (0434)7/18 to 8/1116785743,609150We are down totally by 50 students during this summer program which would affect our total minutes.
Big Foot UHS (6013)6/13 to 7/2118154164,58030Summer school was reduced due to budgetary constraints.
Birchwood (0441)6/13 to 7/283096630,485130We did not have a special education 1-1 student this year, we also had less students taking summer school the second three weeks of summer school.
Black Hawk (2240)6/6 to 8/3153227752,339150The district added a second summer school session in August. The district also saw an increase in the number of minutes the students were involved in the strength and performance class as well as the Summer Ag program.
Black River Falls (0476)6/6 to 8/30537721,073,479220There were a couple of programs that were not offered this summer, ex: Camp Invention. In addition there were a couple programs that did not have as many days offered, minutes were lowered per day and the participation was down a great deal, ex: Summer Strength.
Blair-Taylor (0485)6/6 to 8/1249294585,958120Significant change was in our K-6 Summer School Reading Program, as in Summer 2016 classes were only held for 15 days while in Summer 2015 classes were held for 30 days. Also the ADM total for this class was 37% less in 2016 than it was in 2015.
Bloomer (0497)6/13 to 7/21237752,501,935510One less day of classes decreasing the number of minutes.
Bonduel (0602)6/13 to 7/15246761,434,242300The addition of a musical to summer school.
Boscobel (0609)6/6 to 8/3059247438,82090In the summer of 2015, we only offered our remedial courses for the elementary classes, but in the summer of 2016, we offered enrichment courses. The enrichment courses make up about a third of the resident minutes.
Bowler (0623)6/13 to 7/1419138615,471130We had less course offerings this year, and thus we did not need as many staff.
Boyceville Community (0637)6/6 to 8/21527076,42020No Variance
Brillion (0658)6/6 to 8/26595162,116,710440Student population is down slightly for our District, resulting in slightly decreased enrollment in summer programs.
Bristol #1 (0665)6/13 to 7/1520181449,42490 
Brodhead (0700)6/6 to 7/1204861,835,460380We had less students taking classes, overall, and less students taking the band classes than last year. We also did not offer as many classes as last year including the Moby Max class (which generally brings in a few more students).
Brown Deer (0721)6/20 to 7/21233401,367,725280Expanded summer school program. More offerings. Increased enrollment.
Bruce (0735)6/13 to 8/1838196608,500130 
Burlington Area (0777)6/14 to 8/4314401,085,419220Our options and enrollment vary a little from year to year, but we did have one less day in our whole program this year due to the way July 4 fell in the calendar.

Districts shown above: 30

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Cadott Community (0870)6/6 to 8/1826376710,792150We offered fewer courses this yr vs last year,
Cambria-Friesland (0882)6/7 to 6/3017247544,946110Big effort by the District to provide more summer offering and get more students involved.
Cambridge (0896)6/6 to 8/25284761,812,720370We held an additional section of summer school this year which increased the number of minutes.
Cameron (0903)6/13 to 8/25594131,652,235340Last summer we were completing our new elementary school and spent much of the summer moving and in transition to this new building. As such, our elementary school options were reduced during the summer of 2015. We also did not have a middle school play/musical during the summer of 2015 and were able to offer this again during 2016. Our 2013 summer FTE's were 28 and summer of 2014 FTE's were 35. We had a drop in the summer of 2015 for these main reasons and were able to rebound back during 2016.
Campbellsport (0910)6/8 to 8/19444201,383,940280We did not have as many elementary students participate in our program this year. We believe that in part it was due to a new online registration process. If they waited too long and their child couldn't get the courses he/she wanted due to being at capacity, they didn't register them. We also had several families who normally participate express that they were going to be on vacation this year.
Cashton (0980)6/6 to 8/26594111,857,252380We did not offer these classes. Each ran two sections for a week last year. - Magic School Bus (a primary reading class) - 21,960 minutes in 2015 Coding (tech coding course) - 26,640 minutes in 2015 Fairy Tale Frenzy (a primary reading class) - 26,160 minutes in 2015 Lower participation in: Fundamentals of basketball Grades 6-8 (a PE class) - 15,240 fewer minutes Fundamentals MS and HS weight training (a PE class) - 114,680 fewer minutes (MS was scheduled for 1/2 the time as last year. HS had poor participation) Track (a PE class) - 23,088 fewer minutes Those combine for 227,768 fewer minutes which is the equivalent of 4.69 FTEs.
Cassville (0994)5/31 to 8/1954123281,68660Additional summer academic enrichment courses were offered in the summer of 2016.
Cedar Grove-Belgium Area (1029)6/13 to 7/8195841,346,340280Lower student enrollment.
Cedarburg (1015)6/20 to 7/21239762,098,481430 
Central/Westosha UHS (5054)6/20 to 7/28243702,385,9724938This is due to the rule change in how we are now allowed to count minutes for students doing online coursework.
Chequamegon (1071)6/6 to 8/2554160194,42540 
Chetek-Weyerhaeuser (1080)6/8 to 8/1838263265,93550Less weeks of summer school and less participants than last year
Chilton (1085)6/6 to 8/1120447971,117200Decreased enrollment.
Chippewa Falls Area (1092)6/6 to 8/265914504,230,164870Fewer class selections were offered. In addition, there was a decline in enrollment from the previous year.
Clayton (1120)6/6 to 8/1939213822,8851716 
Clear Lake (1127)6/13 to 8/31604251,314,086270 
Clinton Community (1134)6/9 to 7/1174931,275,778260Improved record keeping by using Skyward's Family access for summer school registration and attendance. The number of participants rose, while the minutes fell.
Clintonville (1141)6/13 to 8/28384911,936,558400Increased days & minutes of classes.
Cochrane-Fountain City (1155)6/1 to 8/2656188481,970100 
Colby (1162)6/13 to 8/3040525891,783180There were a number of classes that we did not offer due to significant changes of classroom locations over the summer.
Coleman (1169)6/6 to 7/2938216651,120130The FTE is less as a summer band program was not offered this year as in previous summers. This was due to the retirement of our current band director and a new director was not hired until after the summer school course offerings were established. Overall enrollment of resident students was down this year (216) versus enrollment of last summer (268).
Colfax (1176)5/30 to 8/3155416892,830180We added three new groups to our summer session.
Columbus (1183)5/31 to 8/19596412,454,632510By getting out of regular session in May we were able to offer two 3 week sessions of summer school for all students. Last year we had a second session but only for interventions.
Cornell (1204)6/13 to 8/3157245760,114160We offered more summer school opportunities.
Crandon (1218)6/13 to 7/2934204717,6801519 
Crivitz (1232)6/6 to 7/120219511,596110We added only academic classes instead of enrichment classes for the 2016 summer school program. Enrichment classes were not considered regular academic classes for the 2015 summer school program.
Cuba City (1246)6/6 to 8/2443145137,53530We did not offer summer school for elementary grades during the 2014-15 school year.
Cudahy (1253)6/16 to 8/25506592,019,663420Additional course offerings and higher participation of students for these courses.
Cumberland (1260)6/6 to 8/31625262,301,744470We had overall more students participate; however, they attended fewer classes.

Districts shown above: 29

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
D C Everest Area (4970)6/13 to 8/194419595,736,3811180Less students participating at the secondary level.
Darlington Community (1295)6/7 to 8/19533621,213,052250Our membership for summer school was up from the previous year. This year the change to be able to count all minutes within the day and not limited to 270 minutes had a positive impact on FTEs.
De Soto Area (1421)6/13 to 8/2442299949,800200We were down in the HS ACCESS program significantly from last year
Deerfield Community (1309)6/6 to 8/26594101,757,625360Due to the nature of the calendar we offered a 2 week session in June and a three week session in July. A lower number of classes were offered and fewer students attended in July. Last year we offered three weeks in June with a higher attendance rate.
Deforest Area (1316)6/13 to 8/26416351,317,851270For the new summer school year we created a new class titled Summer Strength and Conditioning.
Delavan-Darien (1380)6/13 to 8/16343631,259,703260We have fewer students attending Summer School this summer. (563 Resident students attended in the 15-16 SS, with only 363 Resident students particpating in the 16-17 SS.) We had major construction in our HS, MS, and 2 ES's which prohibited and/or limited access to space available for instruction.
Denmark (1407)6/3 to 8/26568602,609,955540We had more non resident students
Depere (1414)6/13 to 8/124218883,990,105820Had in increase in student enrollment during the 15-16 school year and an increase in summer class enrollment
Dodgeland (2744)6/13 to 7/28244141,843,399380No change occurred in the FTE.
Dodgeville (1428)6/6 to 8/24805631,307,909270A strength & conditioning class was added this year for students in grades 6-12. It ran for 29 days and 175 students attended.
Dover #1 (1449)6/1 to 7/12340220,80050We had more resident students attend summer school this year. In 2015/16 we had 33 and this year we had 40.
Durand-Arkansaw (1499)6/2 to 8/1941292448,28590A session we had last summer (Gearing Up For School) that helped to increase our FTE was not offered this year.

Districts shown above: 12

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
East Troy Community (1540)6/13 to 9/2827021,924,452400Overall Resident count up 19 from previous year. Added additional High School course, had more band students, and quite a few more 4k-1st grade students attend. Summer Session was 8 days longer than previous year.
Eau Claire Area (1554)6/7 to 8/25471087513,773,970283238 
Edgar (1561)6/6 to 8/23305052,398,335490During the Summer of 2016, we had less students attend and we only offered summer school on Mondays through Thursdays. In the past, we offered summer school Mondays through Fridays. Therefore, this summer we had less total days of summer school. This in turn means we had less total pupil minutes as well. Overall, a decrease in days offered, less students attending, and a decrease in total minutes equals a decreased FTE.
Edgerton (1568)6/13 to 8/19159122,661,5045547This year, we had additional 3 additional students taking online courses but a higher completion rate of courses which required more minutes than in the past year. We also added a strength and conditioning course that brought in over 90 students this summer. Our Basketball Skills and Drills also increased their numbers from the prior years. I owe our increase mainly to the new strength and conditioning course and are online completion rate.
Elcho (1582)6/6 to 6/231232103,68020Less students participated.
Eleva-Strum (1600)6/6 to 8/29604521,195,659250More students participated and more courses offered for our students.
Elk Mound Area (1645)6/6 to 8/12508471,069,500220This year we had an increase in student participation in several of our summer classes offered. We provided summer transportation for the first time this year that may have contributed to our participation numbers increasing. Also, this year we offered an August M.V. Academy Class which last year we did not offer the class. We also offered a summer reading class this year and last year we did not.
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (1631)6/13 to 7/1524242747,060150Less high school participation and offerings.
Elkhorn Area (1638)6/20 to 8/193910934,475,930920Less students signed up for summer school.
Ellsworth Community (1659)6/9 to 8/19527252,481,932510The explanation is explained by the following: 1. For the 2015-2016 year, our summer school FTE was actually low. For the 13-14 school year, we actually had a summer school FTE of 54 and for the 2014-2015 school year, we had a summer school FTE of 56. So the FTE of 50 for the 15-16 school year is actually low. 2. Our elementary summer school for the 2015-2016 school year was split between two buildings instead of located in just one building which is part of the reason that I feel that our 15-16 FTE was lower than normal. 3. Per Wisconsin Administrative Rule PI-17, there no longer is a limit on the maximum number of countable student minutes. This affected our students taking our Ag summer school class experiences.
Elmbrook (0714)6/20 to 7/222223285,770,2941190High School classes took a decline in enrollment
Elmwood (1666)6/6 to 8/1530121516,390110More classes offered, and more students attended summer school.
Evansville Community (1694)7/11 to 8/17165051,192,7392502015-2016 offered enrichment Summer School Program. Haven't offered enrichment classes since fiscal year 2007-08

Districts shown above: 13

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Fall Creek (1729)6/13 to 8/1948444772,9601612We changed the structure of our summer school program, we provided transportation and lunch, and the 270 minutes per student restriction per day was lifted.
Fall River (1736)6/13 to 8/1945276762,605160This summer we offered more classes during the regular session of summer school. We also offered more opportunities for online classes. This made a difference in our reported FTE
Fennimore Community (1813)5/31 to 8/2653430920,230190There is no variance - last year was 19 FTE and so was this year. Minutes went up slightly because of increased enrollment.
Flambeau (5757)6/6 to 8/833278734,603150 
Florence (1855)6/6 to 8/2434239412,26080Our summer program (Food Fun & Fitness) has increased in membership but the increase was non-resident students.
Fond Du Lac (1862)6/13 to 8/194929238,636,5841780A few classes had more than the maximum minutes allowed last year but were reportable this year. Also a few new enrichment classes were offered this year.
Fort Atkinson (1883)6/13 to 8/255213126,426,1091320Difference is only 2 FTE's for the entire session. This could just be based on attendance and minutes counted.
Fox Point J2 (1890)6/14 to 8/10242796,84020 
Franklin Public (1900)6/20 to 7/22238162,590,905530 
Frederic (1939)6/6 to 8/31624582,528,070520We held a significant amount of additional days of Summer School for greater lengths of the day, with more students in attendance for some of those sessions.
Freedom Area (1953)6/13 to 8/12447822,002,408410We offered six less classes total and had one less day of summer school this year (19 days versus 20 days).

Districts shown above: 11

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau (2009)6/8 to 8/25559301,829,760380Swimming pool is now fixed and was open for swim lessons this year, that was closed last year. We had an increase of swim lesson sessions.
Genoa City J2 (2051)6/20 to 8/1124215421,94890 
Germantown (2058)6/13 to 8/305812661,523,445310 
Gibraltar Area (2114)6/20 to 7/715128345,56370We changed the format of our summer school offerings.
Gillett (2128)6/6 to 8/26603201,351,459280The enrollment for summer school classes increased this year and attendance at those classes was more consistent than it has been other years. There was also a Spanish class that was offered multiple weeks that had not been offered during other years. Finally, the cap on the number of minutes that could be claimed for summer school per student per day was lifted so more minutes were able to be claimed for certain classes that ran longer than the typical summer school day.
Gilman (2135)6/6 to 8/1955197728,938150Increased attendance in elementary summer school reading programing
Gilmanton (2142)6/6 to 7/81573103,17020Enrollment is lower than previous year. Participation is lower than previous year.
Glenwood City (2198)6/6 to 8/25477821,299,175270We added both course offerings and lengthened offering sessions. We also put more information out to students earlier in the spring and saw an increased sign up.
Grafton (2217)6/20 to 8/4248181,936,080400The Districts summer school program increased by 45 courses.
Granton Area (2226)6/6 to 8/124811397,29020Summer classes were limited due to construction projects. The construction disrupted classroom and building use.
Grantsburg (2233)6/13 to 8/28465502,378,202490The largest increase is due to the counting of online nonresident students taking High School graduation courses.
Green Bay Area (2289)6/20 to 8/1945883328,220,919581581 
Green Lake (2310)6/13 to 7/2119118139,27234 
Greendale (2296)6/15 to 8/194610173,090,746640Last year, we had construction at our middle school so we had to move all classes K-8 into our high school and since there was limited space, we had to cancel several of our classes. This summer, the construction was complete so we were able to move back into our middle school and offer many more classes since we had more space. This increased the amount of participation amongst our K-8 population.
Greenfield (2303)6/13 to 7/29346622,018,6524241 
Greenwood (2394)6/13 to 7/1524150584,8781216 
Gresham (2415)6/13 to 9/526125598,326120Due to turn over in staff one significant class was not offered this summer.

Districts shown above: 17

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Hamilton (2420)6/13 to 7/292919935,604,0701150We added class options
Hartford J1 (2443)6/4 to 8/19766672,328,420480For the 2016 summer school period we dropped fees for almost all courses in order to reduce barriers for families sending students. This helped to increase participation in the program. Additionally it was the second year of additional courses that are continuing to grow.
Hartford UHS (2436)6/8 to 8/30407431,511,101310 
Hartland-Lakeside J3 (2460)6/20 to 8/11385313,640,200750 
Herman-Neosho-Rubicon (2525)6/20 to 7/211642125,66430 
Highland (2527)6/1 to 7/2237170409,74580 
Hilbert (2534)6/6 to 8/1836258625,315130We had a few less students and some of the classes that were taught last year were not taught this year.
Hillsboro (2541)6/3 to 8/1960687867,771180 
Holmen (2562)6/6 to 8/174212222,572,276530As a growing district, the number of resident students and non-resident students attending summer school increased by 65 students. During this same time, we increased our course offerings at all levels. An example of these courses include more remedial and enrichment courses at the elementary level, English Language Learner and enrichment courses at the middle school level, and remedial and credit recovery courses, in addition to many band, choir and orchestra courses at the high school level All of which were designed to meet our students academic needs and interests.
Horicon (2576)6/13 to 8/18474391,154,720240The Summer Program classes were offered differently this year by having 4 classes per 4 hour session vs 2 classes per 4 hour session as in the past. This allowed for more variety for students and more options for parents.
Hortonville (2583)6/13 to 8/265510143,510,622720Growth in summer school, district membership continues to increase
Howard-Suamico (2604)6/10 to 8/255229929,218,6001900The average daily membership calculation was done using the second way "if a course is held for a specific number of days and minutes per day, the district may use a calculation to determine the number of instructional minutes for students enrolled in the course". Previously our district use the first way "the district may use a log to determine the actual minutes of instruction a student received with a specific teacher".
Howards Grove (2605)6/13 to 8/1138410996,750210 
Hudson (2611)6/7 to 8/195521654,310,360890Elementary enrichment summer school classes were held for 10 days this year, rather than 13 from last year's school. Also, our math and reading camp student count was less than previous year.
Hustisford (2625)6/13 to 7/2930187789,233160The district had fewer sections of course offered and filled during the summer school session of 2016 compared to 2015.

Districts shown above: 15

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Independence (2632)6/4 to 8/1941128273,10560The length of the day of summer school day was extended by 2 1/2 hours.
Iola-Scandinavia (2639)6/3 to 8/1955325552,000110This past summer our school district added High School and Middle School fitness offerings and a remedial course in Geometry. As well as our Elementary course options increasing.
Iowa-Grant (2646)6/6 to 8/1148204118,89520Our participation was down a bit at the elementary level.
Ithaca (2660)6/6 to 6/30167542,00010Last year we offered summer school academic classes for K4-5 grade. This year the summer school was enrichment classes which cannot be counted for membership.

Districts shown above: 4

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J

District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Janesville (2695)6/13 to 8/2451345111,252,5472320We believe it is due to students dropping out and/or not attending enrichment courses.
Jefferson (2702)6/13 to 8/193710754,745,99598102Reduction due to students being withdrawn prior to completion of classes.
Johnson Creek (2730)6/14 to 8/8273021,290,661270 
Juda (2737)6/6 to 8/2547129298,78360Less enrollment this year.

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Kaukauna Area (2758)6/7 to 7/283224984,742,496980More students, calculation in consortium different
Kenosha (2793)6/13 to 7/2933587222,038,0464530Our district made some changes with respect to the course offerings that are considered as part of our Summer School program. These changes resulted in an expected decline.
Kettle Moraine (1376)6/20 to 8/53414179,477,8001950Higher student participation this year compared with last year.
Kewaskum (2800)6/9 to 8/17447011,709,948350Decrease in participation for summer school.
Kewaunee (2814)6/6 to 8/1529307484,097100 
Kickapoo Area (5960)6/6 to 8/2648256866,319180Our overall year-to-year enrollment has been increasing and I believe that because we stopped charging fees for the Elementary Enrichment courses we had more parents willing to sign up their children for our programs. Also, for the past few years we have offered door-to-door bussing and free breakfast & lunch which I also believe has led to growing numbers of students attending as parents realize and take advantage of those opportunities for their student(s). Finally, our main section of Elementary Summer School was scheduled following the 4th of July holiday instead of being spread over the end of June and the beginning of July which may have encouraged more families to sign up as the session didn't fall over a typical family vacation time.
Kiel Area (2828)6/14 to 8/19275762,230,554460We expanded our summer school program to include a second session.
Kimberly Area (2835)6/6 to 8/255828616,587,6481360Kimberly Area School District had to cancel some 8:00 classes due to lack of enrollment. We ran 3 more 8:00 classes in 2015 than 2016. In 2016 KASD offered more reading/writing/math classes than in 2015 at smaller class sizes which meant we didn't have the space to offer as many enrichment classes which have a higher teacher to student ratio.

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Lac Du Flambeau #1 (1848)6/13 to 8/1915255301,59060We had more 5 year olds coming in June. The PE Football had longer minutes this year.
Lacrosse (2849)6/6 to 8/298530129,865,4922030Several courses (Preschool Pals, Kindercapers, Elementary Reading and Math, Middle School Reading and Math, Coulee Montessori) were offered for fewer days (18/28) this year compared to last year (20/30). This caused a significant drop in our attendance. This was due to the Fourth of July Holiday falling on Monday.
Ladysmith (2856)6/13 to 8/31573822,591,4675301. More students attended 2. More minutes were allowed.
Lafarge (2863)6/3 to 8/1230122247,61050 
Lake Country (3862)6/15 to 7/1324167580,960120We had more kids in the program because it was held at a school closer to LCS and there was more programs.
Lake Geneva J1 (2885)8/1 to 8/1915368461,03490Lower enrollment numbers this year
Lake Geneva-Genoa UHS (2884)6/8 to 8/18569081,782,350370THE SCHOOL OFFERED MORE SESSIONS OF HEATH CLASS. THE SCHOOL HAD A LARGER ENROLLMENT FOR SUMMER SCHOOL.
Lake Holcombe (2891)6/6 to 8/1843103124,05030The teacher who ran the Summer Ag program retired the end of June 2016. We had one month of programming instead of three months for Summer Ag.
Lake Mills Area (2898)6/16 to 8/23468733,882,746800We had less days for full summer school and fewer students participate.
Lakeland UHS (3647)6/13 to 7/313428241,38850More virtual class options.
Lancaster Community (2912)6/6 to 8/26594731,143,375240A combination of fewer offerings and less participation.
Laona (2940)6/8 to 8/11251932,64010 
Lena (2961)6/13 to 8/2536492390,97080We did not have as many students participate in our summer school.
Linn J4 (3087)6/6 to 8/11222826,71510 
Little Chute Area (3129)6/20 to 8/1230426772,111160Changed timing and structure of summer school programming which impacted our participation.
Lodi (3150)6/13 to 7/29348222,528,310520The district continues to promote and expand its summer school offerings with increasing participation by students.
Lomira (3171)6/13 to 7/15245903,295,530680It isn't significantly different with a change of 1 FTE. However, we completed our referendum project and were able to offer more STEM classes which generated a lot of interest.
Loyal (3206)6/9 to 7/1526306794,897160 
Luck (3213)6/6 to 8/31492021,309,0002724 
Luxemburg-Casco (3220)6/13 to 8/26549491,310,851270 

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Madison Metropolitan (3269)6/20 to 7/2928493027,998,0405760 
Manawa (3276)6/6 to 8/2825419994,933200Students interests change. Teacher availability changes from one year to the other so the course offerings change. Parents aren't able to send their children if their job situation changes.
Manitowoc (3290)6/13 to 8/1949254310,619,5782190MPSD added a summer school program at Riverview School, which previously did not have summer school. In addition, MPSD expanded summer school programming at Monroe and Madison Elementary schools.
Maple (3297)6/20 to 7/2255278687,330140Our school district didn't hold summer sessions last year.
Maple Dale-Indian Hill (1897)6/27 to 7/2819179568,805120Lower program participation
Marathon City (3304)6/13 to 8/26544922,076,540430 
Marinette (3311)6/13 to 7/12204021,249,878260
Marion (3318)6/6 to 6/3016231347,21070it is the same
Markesan (3325)6/13 to 7/1120450968,340200Fewer students participating.
Marshall (3332)6/13 to 8/24485713,356,145690Summer 2015 courses ran Monday - Thursday. Summer 2016 courses ran Monday - Friday, thus providing for an increase in minutes and yielding additional FTE.
Marshfield (3339)6/13 to 7/22297017,332,9451510The FTE is only down by 5 students. We offered a few less courses, and there were a few less participants.
Mauston (3360)6/13 to 8/19496491,441,603300Our pool was closed this summer, and we were unable to offer swimming instruction. This significantly impacted our instructional minutes.
Mayville (3367)6/13 to 8/18314412,154,229440 
McFarland (3381)6/6 to 8/255513384,174,290860More classes were offered.
Medford Area (3409)6/8 to 8/12485501,547,445320 
Mellen (3427)6/13 to 8/11326583,82020General enrollment in Summer School was down. Also, due to flooding in area, students were not able to get to the school, causing even lower attendance.
Melrose-Mindoro (3428)6/13 to 8/12454581,393,140290There is no difference between this year and last year's FTE. They are both 29.
Menasha (3430)6/13 to 7/212310132,946,856610The Menasha Joint School District is part of the Fox Valley Consortium. During the consortium meeting in the fall of 2015, it was decided that each district would not claim their open enrolled in students for their reporting purposes. Our district has a large amount of students who are open enrolled into the district, and subsequently attended summer school courses through our district. Those students were then claimed by their resident districts. Our district does not have a large population of open enrolled out students, so therefore we did not receive many Menasha residents from the surrounding districts. This would explain why our FTE is significantly lower than is has been in the past.
Menominee Indian (3434)6/27 to 8/529140366,66080Enrollment for summer school was down this summer. The non-academic courses were eliminated. It is assumed that this caused a decrease in enrollment.
Menomonee Falls (3437)6/13 to 8/54016865,525,1001140SDMF had less 6 week courses offered this summer, more of the courses that were offered were only 3 weeks to increase student opportunities. per MT 9/29/16 jvp
Menomonie Area (3444)6/6 to 8/315819976,309,7681300With the unlimited minutes and with the addition of both online and classroom courses, we generated a higher number of minutes which reflects our increase in FTE.
Merrill Area (3500)6/13 to 8/15439101,357,993280Fewer students enrolled this year
Merton Community (3528)6/13 to 8/12334231,481,868300We held less classes than we did last year.
Middleton-Cross Plains (3549)6/20 to 7/2823101228,22650Last year's FTE was based on period lengths of 240, 180 or 120 minutes depending on the course. This year the FTE was based on each period being 120 minutes in length, thereby reducing the number of minutes and FTE.
Milton (3612)6/6 to 8/294616984,515,218930Our School District switched to online enrollment for summer school and noted more families enrolled using this format. We offered some new classes that were very popular this year. The schedule for summer school was ideal for families as our four week classes concluded prior to the Fourth of July holiday.
Milwaukee (3619)6/27 to 7/292463219,157,50218880MPS expanded the summer offerings to include: Freshman and Sophomore credit recovery courses Additional high school course offerings Credit acceleration courses Expanded high school locations Freshman Bridge Program Non-Instrumentality Charter Summer School
Mineral Point (3633)6/6 to 8/17425381,017,900210We had a reduced number of students in a few of the programs, as well as offered fewer compared to the prior summer.
Minocqua J1 (3640)6/14 to 8/522213583,5001214Less kids and attendance was down.
Mishicot (3661)6/13 to 8/1949329980,636200At our Elementary School in the past we offered 3 weeks of Enrichment Courses and 1 week of Academic Courses. This year we offered a Y-Break for 49 days in addition to the Enrichment and Academic Courses. There was also more time logged at our High School for their Summer School Program.
Mondovi (3668)6/8 to 8/19526091,929,111400This year we extended our summer school day and instead of only offering a morning session, we also offered an afternoon session.
Monona Grove (3675)6/13 to 8/193411123,481,435720More days of instruction. More class options at Glacial Drumlin School. Provided Transportation. Classes offered at current school of attendance.
Monroe (3682)6/8 to 8/265712236,955,8001430We offer afternoon swim lesson that we previous couldn't count because it would put the child over 270 per day. We can now count them with the removal of the 270 minutes per day limit. Since our minutes has increased so has the FTE.
Montello (3689)6/13 to 8/1445171416,63090 
Monticello (3696)7/11 to 8/1820238658,590140We had more students attend and DPI changed minute requirements.
Mosinee (3787)6/13 to 7/28335262,260,244470we had less participants in summer school this summer and a new principal that changed some offerings.
Mount Horeb Area (3794)6/14 to 8/2552582623,738130More students were meeting learning outcomes.
Mukwonago (3822)6/13 to 7/282412213,418,846700Decrease in registrations
Muskego-Norway (3857)6/13 to 8/253515945,928,1621220The district continues to increase the number of offerings that are available. Not only did we focus on on-site options, but also added online options. In addition, the district provides shuttle opportunities for students to get from elementary school pick-up points to the summer school location.

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Necedah Area (3871)6/6 to 8/18374281,407,033290Less credit recovery students this year.
Neenah (3892)6/6 to 8/253847279,808,8522020We had an increase in students from other districts.
Neillsville (3899)6/6 to 8/26544031,333,340270 
Nekoosa (3906)7/5 to 7/2919261934,339190Declining enrollment
New Auburn (3920)6/4 to 8/263594204,06040 
New Berlin (3925)6/20 to 8/11315621,441,299300Elementary summer school is by referral only-referrals at that level were significantly less than the previous year. Middle school and high school also had referrals, as well as credit recovery services at the high school, and optional courses at the high school level as well.
New Glarus (3934)6/13 to 8/19494761,349,550280We had a an increase in summer school enrollment this year due to the fact we offered transportation for summer school for the first time.
New Holstein (3941)6/6 to 7/14204561,405,800290Our district had an increase in offerings as well as an increase in enrollment.
New Lisbon (3948)6/6 to 8/1255200671,040140 
New London (3955)6/6 to 8/26607252,049,142420We changed our programming focus and this increased teacher interest to offer classes and student interest to participate in these classes matched that effort. The new online statute also allowed us to count more students under those guidelines.
New Richmond (3962)6/6 to 8/316615484,543,845930Student enrollment was lower this year.
Niagara (3969)6/6 to 8/264586258,60050Our district had 3 less in English, Language Arts, and Social Studies - 8 less in Leadership, Physical Development, and Wellness, and 16 less in Reading, Math, Gym, and Art.
Nicolet UHS (2177)6/16 to 7/2225128580,320120There were 25 more resident participants this year versus last year, and only 1 less non-resident participant.
Norris (3976)6/13 to 8/265420159,72030Norris has a significant reduction in enrollment. In addition, we offered a different type of summer learning program. Rather than regularly scheduled classes in the morning four days a week, summer classes were spread throughout the entire summer at different times Our goal was to provide more focused time on individual needs and prevent summer learning loss while still balancing and allowing time for recreational activity. With our heaviest focus in August, we feel students entered school more prepared to learn.
North Cape (4690)6/21 to 8/182119129,03330 
North Crawford (2016)6/2 to 8/1956146351,55170 
North Fond Du Lac (3983)6/13 to 7/21237852,261,682470One less day of summer school.
North Lake (3514)6/15 to 8/1224103355,68070The FTE is different than last year's due our declining enrollment numbers.
Northern Ozaukee (1945)6/13 to 7/282701,252,8702627 
Northland Pines (1526)7/25 to 8/1215178993,037200 
Northwood (3654)6/15 to 7/271471252,84050This year more of our elementary students participated regularly in our summer school program. We ran it for full days instead of short days so the parents did not have to worry about transportation while they were at work.
Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton (3990)7/11 to 7/281292114,09120 
Norway J7 (4011)00000 

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Oak Creek-Franklin (4018)6/13 to 8/193817938,467,474174170 
Oakfield (4025)6/13 to 7/22292411,313,543270Lower number of students that attended summer school
Oconomowoc Area (4060)6/13 to 8/254422948,472,2491740OASD experienced greater resident participation in the district's summer school program. A number of courses were added at one of the elementary schools that were not offered in the prior year, thereby increasing the district's offerings.
Oconto (4067)6/6 to 8/1274111,385,729290We went from 65-minute to 70-minute classes and we had a large increase in enrollment in our high school offerings. There used to be a 270-minute cap that we could claim per kid and since that went away in February we are able to claim all student minutes.
Oconto Falls (4074)6/13 to 8/26545212,894,580600We had less classes offered this summer resulting in less student minutes.
Omro (4088)6/8 to 8/26578001,890,208390Removal of Drivers Ed and lower numbers in 4K and 5K
Onalaska (4095)6/13 to 8/194914944,758,978980The lower FTE is a result of different situations within the 9-12 program. A greater number of open enrolled students participated in programming. There were fewer students participating in credit recovery and enrichment courses at the high school. Certain high school courses were shortened in length or not offered the year.
Oostburg (4137)6/13 to 8/2641279454,87890Declined student enrollment, shortened summer fitness sessions
Oregon (4144)6/9 to 8/195121246,262,3171290We had more students sign up and actually attend class this year than in the past.
Osceola (4165)6/6 to 8/312315335,171,8951060Added new program for August PreK - 12th grade
Oshkosh Area (4179)6/13 to 8/194924847,425,4961530Our summer school enrollment was down.
Osseo-Fairchild (4186)6/6 to 8/13456372,555,835530This year we offered some different types of academic reinforcement classes for the kids to participate in. We had a push to get as many students to sign up for these classes. We also had a stronger participation in some of the high school classes than we have had in the past.
Owen-Withee (4207)6/6 to 8/947253794,010160Not as many offerings

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Palmyra-Eagle Area (4221)6/13 to 6/3014418407,78080Fewer class were offered this year, and for a shorter period of time
Pardeeville Area (4228)6/6 to 8/2946361795,207160We had a new agriculture student who had more summer classes for youth. We had an afternoon program for elementary students that we had not had before which ran from June to the middle of August.
Parkview (4151)6/13 to 8/2453267728,650150The number of resident students participating in the Summer Session increased by 47.
Pecatonica Area (0490)6/20 to 8/1234656664,120140 
Pepin Area (4270)6/13 to 7/115125515,841110Revamped Summer school with new offerings that upper elementary students would be interested in.
Peshtigo (4305)6/6 to 8/1954433903,910190Less courses offered and less student participation.
Pewaukee (4312)6/20 to 7/293012283,940,969810Last year we removed a few classes from our report because the fees charged exceeded the allowable costs of the classes. This year we reduced those fees and diligently reviewed all classes to ensure they could be included. No classes were removed this year which resulted in the higher FTE.
Phillips (4347)6/6 to 8/2558331606,796120Less student participation.
Pittsville (4368)6/6 to 6/3012186203,19040Had additional options for summer school courses.
Platteville (4389)6/13 to 8/25545001,669,120340For the 3rd straight year we increased our enrichment courses for our K-8 students and provided more information to parents about the courses we were offering.
Plum City (4459)6/13 to 8/3121280583,420120During this summer school we began online credit recovery classes for high school students. A teacher was available for assistance to the students during summer school hours and then on an on call when students needed additional assistance. We also had an increase in student participation in the following summer school classes: Middle school had classes over 20 each week of the two week summer session and this was an increase from last year. Swimming lessons were also better attended this year with 79 students attending.
Plymouth (4473)6/20 to 7/29298314,426,0389179Last year, summer school was held at Riverview Middle School while Plymouth High School was undergoing a maintenance project. This complicated the scheduling of certain classes, particularly swimming. This year, summer school returned to its more familiar location which offers more facilities. A greater promotional effort was undertaken and a few new courses were developed. Summer school enrollment and attendance flourished.
Port Edwards (4508)6/7 to 8/1238128359,29970The state's definition of how minutes are counted changed. We also had increased enrollment.
Port Washington-Saukville (4515)6/13 to 7/222913886,140,9101260Added more high school sessions and overall better participation
Portage Community (4501)6/6 to 8/26517692,386,420490This year we added courses and increased the number of minutes for summer school.
Potosi (4529)6/16 to 8/29522451,109,244230We had to hold summer school at a different location which may have caused families to not send their children. Also, we weren't able to offer some classes due to being at a different location. With school ending earlier some parents already had other routines and plans.
Poynette (4536)6/20 to 8/18354961,288,130270Less students participated in this year than the prior year.
Prairie Du Chien Area (4543)6/13 to 8/26456171,930,671400
Prairie Farm (4557)6/6 to 8/1152142378,66080With the change in reportable classes we are no longer including classes such as our sports classes and weightlifting program. This resulted in a decrease in student numbers being reported and a lower FTE.
Prentice (4571)6/6 to 8/3160290613,700130 
Prescott (4578)6/13 to 8/265410482,925,121600We offered several new courses not offered in the past and thus our enrollment increased.
Princeton (4606)6/6 to 7/2923148182,85040There were less students signed up overall this year.
Pulaski Community (4613)6/8 to 8/316717977,453,1541530 

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Racine (4620)6/15 to 7/2825289316,131,0903320We had a decrease in summer school enrollment, and we also decreased the length of each summer school course. Last year elementary/middle school students attended for 280 minutes daily, whereas this year they attended 270 minutes daily. Our high school students attended 270 minutes daily last year, whereas this year they attended 140 minutes.
Randall J1 (4627)6/20 to 8/1933105244,41050The district added an enrichment summer school program for grades 5-8 in June and July.
Randolph (4634)6/8 to 8/3010361469,070100We offered a summer swimming program that had not been offered in the past.
Random Lake (4641)6/13 to 7/29303051,386,900290We changed the format of summer school to two 3 week sessions rather than one 5 week session. This caused some confusion. We also have not had new classes in several years and there is a need to update our class offerings.
Raymond #14 (4686)6/6 to 7/12082300,15060Similar amount of students were enrolled.
Reedsburg (4753)6/7 to 8/1743413604,818120 
Reedsville (4760)6/8 to 8/12372861,035,405210There was a decrease in enrollment for this years summer school.
Rhinelander (4781)6/13 to 7/22297862,229,2024662The total number of participants was less this year and fewer courses offered.
Rib Lake (4795)6/6 to 8/2952328634,247130We had a significant increase in the number of course offerings along with a larger percentage of our student population taking part in the summer program.
Rice Lake Area (4802)6/13 to 8/265929213,069,449630We did not offer some of our high school summer school courses this year
Richfield J1 (4820)6/27 to 8/2530119159,97237Lower Pupil count, More enrollment in other supplementary Summer School classes than in core subject classes.
Richland (4851)6/7 to 8/1451487867,065180Participation in elementary summer school was up, and we had additional offerings for middle school aged students.
Richmond (3122)6/15 to 8/1234331866,620180There were 70 less children in attendance this summer. Summer school was held at our campus in 15-16 so the number of children attending was much higher than normal. ** Please note- this report is a compilation of 3 separate summer school events **
Rio Community (4865)6/13 to 7/2932242607,680130Last year our high school baseball team played in the WIAA State Baseball Tournament. Our team played both tournament days (and were crowed the Division 4 State Champs). Many of the teaching staff and students wanted to attend the tournament so summer school was cancelled for two days. We also changed our transportation method for summer school and as a result we had less students take summer school last year.
Ripon Area (4872)6/6 to 8/19549894,406,4969189 
River Falls (4893)6/9 to 8/234313703,218,190660We changed the hourly format of our enrichment classes. In the past, the majority of enrichment classes could run from 30 minutes to 120 minutes. This year, we had most enrichment classes run for 120 minutes. Also, enrollment was up. In summer 2015, participation was 1214. Summer 2016, participation was 1370.
River Ridge (4904)7/11 to 7/2914166342,03077 
River Valley (5523)6/13 to 7/2924290738,570150We expanded our elementary summer school program to include enrichment classes in addition to the traditional remedial classes.
Riverdale (3850)6/7 to 8/2947306712,827150Enrollment and participation in Summer School classes was down this year.
Rosendale-Brandon (4956)6/13 to 8/23385392,405,3494902016 summer school rules lifted the restriction on the number of minutes per day students could attend and be claimed. This resulted in increased offerings. In addition, in 2016, we calculated membership using method #2 on the 2016 guidelines, which was beneficial.
Rosholt (4963)6/6 to 8/184395626,148130We increased the number of classes we offered this summer. This was accomplished by having a Boys and Girls Club chapter in our district that could take students in the PM, when in the past parents had to scramble to find transportation to pick up their children at noon time. In addition, we used to offer summer school just during the month of July, but this summer we offered it all months of the summer, June, July, and August
Royall (1673)6/6 to 8/2539340995,640200We did not have a musical this year and less agriculture summer minutes than previous years.

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Saint Croix Central (2422)6/6 to 8/195412422,645,109540Last year we had 3 weeks in June and 2 weeks in August of morning and afternoon classes. This year we had 4 weeks in June and 2 weeks of only morning classes in August. We also had significantly less high school students in remedial classes.
Saint Croix Falls (5019)6/13 to 8/26596172,163,6754551 
Saint Francis (5026)6/13 to 8/929282919,0651921 
Salem (5068)6/14 to 7/14212721,253,0082615We had many more students sign up and attend this year compared to last year.
Sauk Prairie (5100)6/13 to 8/265315475,505,2661130In reference to the 2016 DPI guidelines stating that there is no longer a limit on the maximum number of minutes allowed per student per day of instruction, per Wisconsin Administrative Rule PI 17, we extended the number of minutes of students receiving direct instruction for all programming in our count. There was an increase of 82 students receiving instruction from 2016 to 2017.
Seneca (5124)6/8 to 8/263111191,72520More students participating in summer school, and DPI minutes per day calculation changed.
Sevastopol (5130)7/10 to 7/2712118223,92056Number of participants was less this year compared to last year
Seymour Community (5138)6/13 to 8/265414392,668,677550Offered fewer classes.
Sharon J11 (5258)6/20 to 7/2929119437,08290The District was not able to offer swimming this year due to maintenance issues. Since swimming was a popular summer course, this reduced the district's summer school numbers. Also fewer teachers were willing to teach summer school this year.
Shawano (5264)6/13 to 7/152410916,682,2471370This is inline with the last four years. Look at our four year average. Minor adjustments to student enrollments and schedules vary year to year.
Sheboygan Area (5271)6/13 to 8/255243357,751,5571590This year there were two days less for the elementary level classes. Participation in swimming declined.
Sheboygan Falls (5278)6/13 to 8/235413706911,370,691280 
Shell Lake (5306)6/13 to 8/2441334495,984100decreased length of day for this year so claiming less time.
Shiocton (5348)6/6 to 6/3019240828,5391714 
Shorewood (5355)6/20 to 7/2220369503,7001012 
Shullsburg (5362)6/5 to 8/2552154175,89140 
Silver Lake J1 (5369)6/13 to 8/1937148555,295110Our summer school last year (2015) was limited due to construction in the building. No JumpStart program was held prior to school opening and a smaller than usual program was run by our staff at Wilmot High School. This year (2016) we once again held the Jump Start program and conducted classes at Riverview School in addition to offering some joint classes with other area K-8's at Wilmot High School.
Siren (5376)6/13 to 7/115175263,52050 
Slinger (5390)6/16 to 7/152011753,188,808660We had an increase of 16 resident students from last year in the regular summer school classes. We had an increase of band camp participation of 35 students. Due to the removal of the minute limitation per day to the Administrative Rule PI17, we were able to claim more of our actual minutes in our HS Agricultural Ed program.
Somerset (5432)6/13 to 7/29349943,936,216810Some offerings changed, some programs had truncated sessions this summer.
South Milwaukee (5439)6/20 to 7/282310084,205,774870We have more residents and non-residents attending summer school this year. We also offered more enrichment classes along with the core classes for multiple grade levels. There are more choices for everyone.
South Shore (4522)5/31 to 8/543109331,53070 
Southern Door County (5457)6/1 to 7/27256288,56020We added a summer PE class for HS credit.
Southwestern Wisconsin (2485)6/6 to 8/1954277871,230180ADM was calculated over using the "Classroom Style" and re-did the weight lifting and MS band ADM. Also made adjustments to the MS and HS # of students, minutes, and days per the auditor. Less classes offered and students in attendance.
Sparta Area (5460)6/13 to 8/12448103,723,9407761 
Spencer (5467)6/6 to 8/2659224810,270170We are seeing a decline in involvement in our Summer Courses.
Spooner (5474)6/20 to 8/1116143248,04050 
Spring Valley (5586)6/6 to 8/1853457543,080110Fewer students involved in full summer school offerings.
Stanley-Boyd Area (5593)6/7 to 8/26586982,734,9785601. We added to the courses available. 2. The number of days we offered courses increased. 3. The maximum number of minutes/ day/ student changed.
Stevens Point Area (5607)6/6 to 8/316225239,500,8711950Fewer classes offered
Stockbridge (5614)6/6 to 7/282775289,62060FTE for this year and last year are the same
Stone Bank School District (3542)6/15 to 7/1319176764,720160Summer School was held at our school location this year making it more accessible to students.
Stoughton Area (5621)6/20 to 7/15187551,234,5392533The number of sessions offered for enrichment classes for grades 4K-8 had significantly has signficantly reduced from 185 to 144 sessions.
Stratford (5628)6/9 to 6/30163901,272,110260We did not host some classes as the gym was being worked on. Also less participation in general.
Sturgeon Bay (5642)6/9 to 7/2828236200,25940Less students participated
Sun Prairie Area (5656)6/13 to 8/2659440915,831,8153260We had an increase in enrollment and we added additional classes at the High School Level.
Superior (5663)6/20 to 7/292915347,529,144155105This year we added afternoon classes at 7 out of our 8 buildings.
Suring (5670)6/6 to 8/2645161366,28080Our student enrollment over the summer has decreased, our participation in summer school offerings was low (signed up but didn't show) and many of our students attending summer school this year were open enrolled or spending summer with a family member who lives in our district so unable to count them.
Swallow (3510)6/13 to 8/1233163613,415130The reason for the decrease in membership is that there were fewer students attending this year for them from 191 in 2015 to 163 in 2016. Also there were less classes offered for the last session.

Districts shown above: 39

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Test District 0 (9990)00000 
Test District 6 (9996)00000 
Test District 7 (9997)6/20 to 8/54010150,00030 
Thorp (5726)6/6 to 7/2939296465,587100Lost 36,000 minutes on swimming lessons that were cancelled. Offered four less classes than last year. Lower student enrollment.
Tigerton (5740)6/8 to 8/2643124619,071130 
Tomah Area (5747)6/6 to 8/265715845,950,0011220Classes were cancelled one day due to heat and no classes were held on July 4th (Monday).
Tomahawk (5754)6/13 to 8/25546551,443,127300We have a new summer school director and offered more classes.
Tomorrow River (0126)6/6 to 8/1954346324,84070Summer school student participation declined due to lack of interest.
Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated (5780)6/20 to 8/1934125426,22590 
Tri-County Area (4375)6/7 to 7/2936120388,66587Because you can claim all the kids minutes instead of the maximum of 270 per student.
Turtle Lake (5810)6/5 to 6/2315273819,565170We offered more courses this year during our 2016 Summer School session, which resulted in more students enrolling AND completing the 15 day session.
Twin Lakes #4 (5817)6/20 to 8/1939150474,390100Last year summer school was off site due to construction.
Two Rivers (5824)6/20 to 7/27269704,611,150950Period length was entered as 60 minutes and should have been 55

Districts shown above: 13

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Union Grove J1 (5859)6/6 to 6/3016185567,900120Pupil count went from 362 to 191.
Union Grove UHS (5852)6/6 to 7/2934206375,60680More classes were offered and a CNA course was offered as well as a summer session.
Unity (0238)6/13 to 8/21254853,354,3906973 

Districts shown above: 3

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Valders Area (5866)6/13 to 8/31584701,450,991300We had a reduction in students in the school year prior to this year's summer school, as well as a reduction in interest in summer school class offerings.
Verona Area (5901)7/1 to 7/291910582,404,630490We offered more courses this year.
Viroqua Area (5985)6/6 to 8/31555341,622,979330We do not consider this to be a significant difference, however, we do note that our number of resident students participating in our summer school program continues to increase.

Districts shown above: 3

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Wabeno Area (5992)6/13 to 6/24105065,76010We offered summer school in one session during the summer of 2016. The session was at the beginning of summer. Last year we offered summer school before school started in the elementary school. We had 44 elementary students attend summer school last year when it was held in August (2015). This year we had 34 elementary students attend summer school when it was held in June (2016). High school student summer school enrollment was the same as last year.
Walworth J1 (6022)6/20 to 7/222477144,42130We were unable to hold a complete set of summer school classes due to a major construction project going on at our school building. Summer school was moved offsite for the duration.
Washburn (6027)6/20 to 8/2639252585,574120Changed and increased number the summer school courses at the Elem & MS level with more variety. Also offered more courses at the High School Level including summer school finance.
Waterford UHS (6083)6/6 to 8/31555171,225,284250For the past three years we have been working on increasing our summer school options for students. This past year we focused on marketing our classes in early spring and had a large improvement in enrollment.
Waterloo (6118)6/8 to 7/8224161,584,026330Enrollment for 2016-2017 Summer School was up only slightly, however participation in the classes that were offered was much increased.
Watertown (6125)6/13 to 8/193016185,264,814108118 
Waukesha (6174)6/27 to 7/2219347110,871,414224201 
Waunakee Community (6181)6/13 to 8/194925138,130,1341670Increasing student enrollment in the district typically results in an increasing summer school participation and FTE count. Additionally, new summer school course options were available which increased participation.
Waupaca (6195)6/6 to 8/316313742,908,103600More Course Offerings, More Minutes
Waupun (6216)6/7 to 8/26589012,347,906480We had more students participate in summer school this year.
Wausau (6223)6/13 to 8/1135299315,554,2543200Enrollment decreased in district and classes were held for less minutes per day.
Wausaukee (6230)6/13 to 7/142050174,16040Decreased participation in summer school classes offered. Classes were also shorter by 5 minutes and number of days offered was decreased by 2.
Wautoma Area (6237)6/7 to 8/19486332,055,382420We had less offerings this year which resulted in less minutes.
Wauwatosa (6244)6/13 to 8/1042320515,300,1203150More students attended, more course offerings
Wauzeka-Steuben (6251)6/6 to 8/3158175618,880130Swimming was offered completely free to all students this year. We had a large jump in the number of students. We also started the Free Summer Meals program and had a huge turn out in students for the breakfast and lunch program. I directly credit the summer food program to a large increase and everything being free. Additionally we surveyed students in advance to determine their interests and geared courses towards student interest. Lastly, we offered more courses spread out over the course of summer which means family vacations did not have the normal negative impact they normally do.
Webster (6293)6/6 to 8/3116767678,750140We added a full day for all district students this year and had about 75% attendance.
West Allis (6300)6/13 to 8/154014822,109,492430Summer school offerings were targeted for students with low academic scores.
West Bend (6307)6/13 to 8/212432635,897,3481210Fewer students enrolled in summer school classes.
West Depere (6328)6/8 to 8/124720044,987,0391030This was our first year offering online registration with a registration deadline. Which influenced a lower number of registrations. We did not except late registrations. Previous year we had 2416 students register, this year 2004. We also had several classes, which in the past have been well attended, not draw as many participants. (One teacher that would draw from a particular school was not involved in the program this year.) We also had lower numbers of participants in our summer assessment program. This was a decrease of 172 students.
West Salem (6370)6/6 to 8/316016502,828,825580 
Westby Area (6321)6/10 to 8/29575901,533,505320Additional classes were offered at all levels and more students participated.
Westfield (6335)6/6 to 8/1225371938,400190 
Weston (6354)7/18 to 8/1116130529,4401111 
Weyauwega-Fremont (6384)6/6 to 8/197512092,498,657510The District increased our course offerings for our summer sessions. With this increase of offerings, the District also altered how registration was handled, allowing students to select multiple class offerings prior to classes being assigned.
Wheatland J1 (6412)6/27 to 8/424139641,640130 
White Lake (6440)6/6 to 8/182468184,19440 
Whitefish Bay (6419)6/20 to 7/1518129140,03733 
Whitehall (6426)6/6 to 8/18503341,478,804300More summer school classes offered with greater participation.
Whitewater (6461)6/13 to 7/8197832,491,767510We had an increase in programing, particularly our summer reading programs.
Whitnall (6470)6/13 to 7/2123322680,473140There is no variance
Wilmot UHS (6545)6/13 to 7/29266381,877,840390Fewer enrollments
Winneconne Community (6608)6/7 to 8/24567091,338,420280We did not offer recreational programs through our local park and rec.
Winter (6615)6/6 to 8/1112107235,20050The only difference would be that the local tribal students attend this year.
Wisconsin Dells (6678)6/2 to 8/25555851,388,849290We continue to expand our offerings across the district but in particular at the K-8 level. In 2015 we offered 28 different summer options K-12 and that number for this year was 59.
Wisconsin Heights (0469)6/13 to 8/3149259555,060110 
Wisconsin Rapids (6685)6/6 to 8/44012443,297,908680Fewer participants.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood (6692)6/6 to 6/3016383798,915160 
Wonewoc-Union Center (6713)6/13 to 8/424242706,410150We had greater student participation
Woodruff J1 (6720)6/6 to 6/3014206692,000140 
Wrightstown Community (6734)6/9 to 8/18386981,361,580280Several classes had shortened number of minutes and several high popular classes had fewer students - both resulting in fewer overall minutes.

Districts shown above: 40

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District2016
Dates
# Days# KidsTotal
Minutes
FTE
Summer of
2016
FTE
Summer of
2015
Explanation
of Variance
Yorkville J2 (6748)6/13 to 7/81988312,00060Lower resident pupil enrollment for summer school. More student/day absences than previous year.

Districts shown above: 1

Total districts displayed: 400

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