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The Evansville Community School District is a district of approximately 1,854 students. We take pride in our small class sizes, our focus on the child as an individual, our comprehensive approach to academics, fine arts, physical fitness and technology integration, and most importantly, a safe, caring, and inclusive learning environment. Please take a look at our School Brochure here.

State Assessment Results 2015-16 - Now Available
The Evansville Community School District is now able to release the local results of the Wisconsin Assessment System exams which were taken during the 2015-16 school year.  The performance results from the exams have been embargoed by the WI Department of Public Instruction until October 18, 2016.
School Board Approves the Elimination of Co-and Extra-Curricular Fees

During the Wednesday, April 13 School Board meeting, the Board approved the elimination of co-and extra-curricular student fees. The specific fees that were eliminated are materials fees, athletic fees, and co-curricular activities fees, starting with the 2016-2017 school year.

2017 High School Graduation Commencement Date Change 
The Board of Education approved the date change of the 2017 High School Commencement. May 26 will be the 2017 High School Commencement.
Summer School 2017 Dates and Locations 
The main portion of the Summer School 2017 Enrichment Program is being scheduled to take place during three weeks in July.
  • Thursday, July 6 through Wednesday, July 26
  • 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 
  • K-5 courses will be offered at Theodore Robinson Intermediate School
  • Grades 6-8 will be at JC McKenna Middle School
  • 9-12 courses will be held at the High School 
More information will be forthcoming. You may contact Alice A. Murphy, Director of Instruction, murphya@evansville.k12.wi.us or the School Principals. 
Strong Start 4Kids, the Evansville Community School District’s 4 Year-Old Kindergarten program is open to any child who is 4 years old by September 1, 2016.
General education programs in the schools offer a comprehensive curriculum, aligned to state academic standards. Universal instruction is provided to meet grade level and content area learning expectations. In order to meet the needs of all learners, additional learning options and opportunities are available. These academic programs and services ensure that students have access to the appropriate level of support to extend and enrich their learning experience. In this way there is increased potential for every student to reach academic success.

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