Are you considering the Kimberly Area School District for your child?
2018-19 Open Enrollment Application Period:
February 5 to April 30, 2018 Click Here to Apply
- Parents must submit online application forms to the non-resident district between February 5, 2018 and 4 p.m. on April 30, 2018.
- Late applications are not accepted for any reason.
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If you have any questions about open enrollment in the Kimberly Area School District, contact Jen Bixler our Open Enrollment Coordinator at (920) 423-4166 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is our mission to ensure that every student is given the opportunity to reach their potential through academics, the arts and co-curricular activities. This takes hard work by students, teachers and parents alike. By focusing on growing and learning new ways to do things together, we are preparing students to be career, college and community ready.
Our five-year Plan for Excellence aims to prepare children to become productive, successful, competitive members of our 21st century global society through a comprehensive K-12 educational model. Some of the ways we're planning for excellence:
- Literacy and Math are considered the building blocks to higher level skills such as problem solving, creativity, and critical thinking. All students will receive individually appropriate support and intervention as needed. Click this link to learn more about performance reports for our schools and district.
- Professional learning by our staff is the cornerstone to improvement of student achievement. All KASD elementary teachers are learning a new way to teach literacy in a large-scale professional development initiative for Early Reading Empowerment.
- Kimberly High School is recognized as one of America's Best High Schools by The Daily Beast (previously affiliated with Newsweek magazine) and as one of America's Most Challenging High Schools by the Washington Post. Only the top schools in the nation receive these honors. This is a credit to the hard work of students, parents and teachers because the students' academic careers start at a young age and build to this level.
- Dr. Tony Evers, Wisconsin's State Superintendent of Public Instruction, toured and commended Kimberly High School's high quality Career and Technical Education (CTE) offerings. Secretary Reggie Newson from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development visited KHS and commended the Youth Apprenticeship opportunities available to students. Several departments and CTE programs (such as welding, marketing, family and consumer science, and engineering) were highlighted as examples of how work-based learning helps enrich classroom experiences and build connections between students, teachers and local businesses. We are very excited about our school-within-a-school CTE offering - Architectural, Construction and Engineering (ACE) Academy. The ACE Academy is built around the theme of construction related fields and exposes students to a spectrum of career choices while teaching them skills for high-demand careers.
We provide an academic environment in which all students participate in rigorous and relevant learning experiences, and are encouraged to pursue their potential in the arts and co-curricular activities.