Clintonville School District is a public school district located in Clintonville, WI. It has 1,345 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 31% of students are at least proficient in math and 36% in reading.
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Clintonville School District Reviews
Clintonville School District has always provided a warm and welcoming environment where it has always been clear that student success is the staff's number one priority. As a student I have always felt safe and comfortable attending school and I always felt I could go to my teachers with any of my concerns knowing they would find a resolution. I always felt as if the staff would do anything for the students, and every teacher enjoyed their job and gave themselves to their work 100 percent of the time. If there was one thing I would change, it would be the administration. Our administration often blew off concerns that parents, teachers, and students had. It was sad knowing that you were never guaranteed a response or a resolution to your concerns when you took them to the administration. Also, there was a lot of drama regarding our administration throughout the city of Clintonville and this drama only served to divide the people of our city.
If you get the chance, really get involved in the music and art programs. Especially the high school ones. In the Clintonville district, you are allowed to express yourself freely and be who you want to be. However, one thing that could use a change is the minor bullying issue. People still bully in this district. Hopfully that can change in the near futre.
I love the overall experience, but it often feels like the staff doesn’t care about school as much as the students.