Request for Proposal (RFP) for Prime Vendors

The Wisconsin Heights School District Food Service Department is now accepting proposals for Prime Vendors. The Request for Proposal (RFP) along with a product list is linked below, Questions? Contact Cherryl Knowles, Business Official, at Submission Deadline: February 18, 2022 WI Heights REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR PRIME VENDORS SY 22-23 WI Heights PRIME VENDOR PRICING […]

Developmental Screening for Kids Ages 2 – 5

Under a federal program called “Child Find,” school districts are required to offer screenings and evaluations to help identify children who need specialized instruction in motor, social, communication, self-help and/or learning skills. Children who are found to have a qualifying disability can receive Early Childhood Special Education Services (ECSE). Child Find is a continuous process […]

Elementary Schools Recognized by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and the Wisconsin RtI Center

We’re Shouting the News! Our Elementary Schools Have Been Recognized by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and the Wisconsin RtI Center for Behavior at the Bronze level! Read the full announcement

Referendum Vision

October 7, 2020 Wisconsin Heights School District Referendum – November 3, 2020 It’s About a District, Not About a Building Since the Wisconsin Heights School Board approved a capital referendum question for the November 3 ballot, providing relevant information to the district’s residents has been and continues to be a top priority. We have shared […]

Press Release – September 28, 2020

The Wisconsin Heights School District hosted a public information meeting on Wednesday, September 23, to share information about the upcoming school facilities referendum on the November 3 ballot. District Administrator Jordan Sinz, along with Jim Wede, Performance Services, the design-build construction firm helping with the facilities plan, answered questions asked by approximately 40 attendees. Faced […]

Wisconsin Heights Seeks $27 Million Facilities Plan To Build A Strong Foundation For Continued Success

As the Wisconsin Heights School District continues to “Reach New Heights” the need to invest in the schools has never been more important. Faced with significant facility needs and declining state revenue, the District is taking a $27 million plan to voters on November 3 that calls for consolidating the district into one campus by […]

News Release – 8/25/2020

Wisconsin Heights Board of Education Approves One Referendum Question for November 3 Ballot At its August 24 meeting, the Wisconsin Heights Board of Education approved one referendum question for the November 3 ballot and turned down a second question. The question the Board approved calls for building an elementary addition at the current middle/high school […]

We’re here to help!

We’re here to help! Please, please reach out to us if you need ANYTHING. We are here to support you, problem-solve with you, and listen.  We can connect you to community resources and/or help you navigate the distance learning waters. Julie Horner, School Psychologist –            (608) 767-2595 x4192 Katy Howe, […]