NBRS Badge for Winneconne Middle School
Winneconne Middle School - Winneconne, WI
Winneconne Middle School is comprised of over 400 students in grades six through eight. The belief that all students can learn at high levels has been instrumental to our school's success. This philosophy of learning results in a strong tradition of learning growth. Building positive relationships with all of our students by recognizing and addressing the diverse characteristics and needs of our young people contributes to this growth. The staff is collectively committed to working together in teams to provide quality learning opportunities, to formulate questions that aim for accountability, and to strive for results that reflect continuous improvement.
Winneconne Middle School has stayed true to a middle school philosophy--an exciting transitional period between elementary and high school. Students explore many different interests while expanding their skills and discovering personal strengths. Our school promotes "The Winneconne Way," the expectation that students and staff act responsibly and treat each other with fairness, respect, and kindness. With the ongoing support and involvement of our parents and community, we embrace the many opportunities to learn, teach, and appreciate the unique gifts that we can offer to one another.
Despite being a low-spending district, Winneconne Middle School has been recognized as a school that "Significantly Exceeds Expectations" on state school report cards for the past three years. In each of those years, our school report card was within the five highest scores in the state of Wisconsin for middle level schools!
Winneconne Middle School
400 North 9th Avenue
Winneconne, WI, 54986-5000
Mr. Todd Schroeder, Principal at time of Nomination
Winneconne Community School District
Maintain its high academic standards while providing each student with challenging opportunities in a safe, nurturing environment where students experience success and become lifelong learners.
- Black/African American: 1%
- White: 92%
- Hispanic: 4%
- Native American: 1%
- Two or more races: 2%