Wisconsin Heights School District is required by law to notify parents/guardians regarding the following policies and procedures of the Wisconsin Heights School District. All district policies are available on our website at the following link: htttp://www.boarddocs.com/wi/whsd/Board.nsf/Public.
If you wish to have a hard copy of the policy(s), please contact the district office at (608) 767-2595.
- Academic and Career & Technical Education Program – offered on a nondiscriminatory basis – (Board policy #2421)
- Academic Standards
- Child Find Confidentiality
- Counseling and Academic and Career Planning – (Board policy #2411)
- Nondiscrimination Notice & Disclaimers
- Early College Credit Program – (Board policy #2271)
- Education Options
- English Language Proficiency – (Board policy #2260.02)
- Exceptional Education Needs – (Board policy #2460)
- Homeless Students – (Board policy #5111.01)
- Human Growth and Development – (Board policy #2414)
- Medication Administration Procedures – (Board policy #5330)
The school cannot provide medication for your child.
Please send only small quantities/containers (30 tablets or less) of medication due to limited storage space.
Medication Consent Forms are available in each school office and on the district’s website (wisheights.k12.wi.us).
- Meningococcal Disease Information
- Nondiscrimination and Access to Equal Educational Opportunity and Absences for Religious Instruction – (Board policies #2260 and #5223)
- Grievance Procedure
- Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity – (Board policy #1422)
- Grievance Procedure
- Open Enrollment
- Personal Communication Devices (PCDs) – (Board policy #5136)
- Program or Curriculum Modification – (Board policy #2451)
- Public Records – (Board policy #8310)
- Public Requests, Suggestions, or Complaints – (Board policy #9130)
- School Calendar – (Board policy #8210)
- School Wellness Policy – (Board policy #8510)
- Special Education Referral and Evaluation Procedures
- Special Education Scholarship Program
- Student Anti-Harassment – (Board policy #5517)
- Student Assessments
- Student Attendance – (Board policy #5200)
- Student Bullying – (Board policy #5517.01)
- Student/Parent Rights – (Board policy #5780)
- Student Privacy and Parental Access to Information – (Board policy #2416)
Student Privacy – districts receiving federal education funds are required to notify parents at least annually at the beginning of the school year of the specific and approximate dates during the school year when the following activities are scheduled or expected to be scheduled:
- Activities involving the collection, disclosure or use of personal information collected from students for the purpose of marketing or for selling that information (or otherwise providing that information to others for that purpose).
- The administration of any survey containing one or more of the following items:
- Political affiliations or beliefs of the student or the student’s parent;
- Mental and psychological problems of the student or the student’s family;
- Sex behavior or attitudes;
- Illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating or demeaning behavior;
- Critical appraisals of other individuals with whom students have close family relationships;
- Legally recognized privileged or analogous relationships such as those of lawyers, physicians and ministers;
- Religious practices, affiliations or beliefs of the student or student’s parent; or
- Income, other than that required by law to determine eligibility for participation in a program or for receiving financial assistance under such a program.
- Any non-emergency, invasive physical examination or screening that is: (a) required as a condition of attendance, (b) administered by the school and scheduled by the school in advance, and (c) not necessary to protect the immediate health and safety of the student or other students.
- Student Records – (Board policy #8330)
- Student Search and Seizure, Locker Searches and Use of Trained Dogs in Search Activities – (Board policy #5771)
- Student Technology Acceptable Use and Safety – (Board policy #7540.03)
- Suicide Prevention
- Title I Services – (Board policy #2261)
- Video Surveillance and Electronic Monitoring – (Board policy #7440.01)
- Volunteers and Volunteer Background Check – (Board policy #8120 and #3121)
- Wisconsin Educator Lookup License
- WHSD Performance Report (replaced Report Card)
- WHSD Report Card
- Youth Apprenticeship Program
- Asbestos Notification – Federal law requires that a periodic walk-through (called “surveillance”) be completed every six months of each area containing asbestos. Also, the law requires for all buildings to be re-inspected three years after a management plan is in effect. This has been and will continue to be accomplished under contract with EMC. Short-term workers (outside contractors – i.e., telephone repair workers, electricians and exterminators) must be provided information regarding the location of asbestos with which they may come into contact. All short term workers are required to contact the maintenance supervisor before commencing work to be given this information.
The Building and Grounds Manager has a list of the locations and types of asbestos-containing materials found in each school building and a description and timetable for their proper management. A copy of the Asbestos Management Plan is available for review in the Building and Grounds Manager’s office. Copies are available at $0.05 cents per page. Questions related to the plan may be directed to EMC.
- Child Nutrition Program Information (Free and Reduced Lunch) – The District participates in the USDA child nutrition programs (e.g., National School Lunch or Breakfast Programs and special milk programs). Your family may be eligible for free or reduced priced meals/milk. Applications and information about the program are provided at registration and are available in each school building.
ADMINISTRATIVE/BUILDING LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
- Title I Teacher Qualifications – Wisconsin Heights receives federal Title I Program funding for our Elementary and Middle Schools. Districts receiving federal Title I funds must provide notice to parents that they may request information regarding the professional qualifications of the student’s classroom teachers, including:
- Whether teachers have met state licensing criteria for the grade level(s) and subject area(s)taught.
- Whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or provisional status through which state licensing criteria have been waived.
- The undergraduate degree major of the teacher and any graduate certification or degree held by the teacher, including the field of discipline of the certification or degree.
- If the child is provided services by paraprofessionals, their qualifications.
The Board designates the following individuals to serve as the District’s “Compliance Officers”.
Elizabeth Dostal – Middle/High School Principal
10173 US Hwy 14
Mazomanie, WI 53560
Dale Green – Elementary Principal/Director of Curriculum
10173 US Hwy 14
Mazomanie, WI 53560