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The School District of NFDL

The School District of North Fond du Lac is comprised of the Early Learning Center (which currently houses a privately owned childcare facility), Head Start, early childhood, four and five-year-old kindergarten programs; the Friendship Learning Center (grades 1st - 5th), Bessie Allen Middle School (grades 6th - 8th) Horace Mann High School (grades 9th - 12th), as well as an Alternative Learning Center for high school students. Because of a recent referendum, the District is building a 94,000 square foot addition to Friendship Learning Center which will then house the District's early childhood through 5th grades. Also, the District is planning and starting the Treffert Way for the Exceptional Mind charter school (in cooperation with Agnesian SSM) that will open in the Fall of 2019.

Located in the Fox Valley, families enjoy the convenience of small town living with big time education opportunities for all children.

Dedicated to attracting and retaining a world-class staff to serve all our children, no matter where each is on his or her learning journey, the highly qualified and talented educators serve 1450+ students. The District dedicates its resources to provide small class sizes, state-of-the-art technology support (school provided 1-1 computer technology grades 5K - 12th) and many opportunities to become involved in school activities and athletics. Outstanding programs, such as vocal and instrumental music, art, business education and technical education, serve to enhance a strong core of academic courses in the pre-K - 12th grade curriculum.

The School District of North Fond du Lac, in cooperation with the community, is committed to providing an outstanding educational program in a safe and nurturing environment built upon mutual trust and respect, and designed so all individuals become lifelong learners.

School District of NFDL Demographics and Enrollment Information

School District of North Fond du Lac is a 4K-12th grade public school district located in North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.  The District is made up of 4 buildings (the Early Learning Center early childhood through 5-year old kindergarten; Friendship Learning Center 1st - 5th grades; Bessie Allen Middle School, 6th - 8th grades; Horace Mann High School 9th - 12th grades).   Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year was 1,419 students.  Of these students:

  • 21.1% are ethnic/racial minorities

  • 19.2% received special education services

  • 6.8% of students were English Learners

  • 53.1% are economically disadvantaged.  

Early Learning Center is a pre-k-kindergarten grade public school located in North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.  Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year was 191 students. Of these students at Early Learning Center:

  • 24.1% of students are ethnic/racial minorities

  • 20.4% of students received special education services

  • English Learners data not available

  • 54.5% of students economically disadvantaged

Friendship Learning Center is a 1st-5th grade public school located in North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.  Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year was 497 students. Of these students at Friendship Learning Center:

  • 20.7% of students are ethnic/racial minorities

  • 20.3% of students received special education services

  • 9.1% of students are English Learners

  • 58.4% of students economically disadvantaged  

Bessie Allen Middle School is a 6th-8th grade public school located in North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.  Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year was 315 students. Of these students at Bessie Allen:

  • 23.2% of students are ethnic/racial minorities

  • 19.0% of students received special education services

  • 11.1% of students are English Learners

  • 56.8% of students are economically disadvantaged

 Horace Mann High School is a 9th-12th grade public school located in North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.  Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year was 416 students. Of these students at Horace Mann:

  • 18.3% of students are ethnic/racial minorities

  • 17.1% of students received special education services

  • 4.1% of students are English Learners

  • 43.0% of students are economically disadvantaged

School and District Report Cards

As part of the state accountability system, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) produces report cards for every publicly funded school and district in Wisconsin. These Accountability Report Cards include data on multiple indicators for multiple years across four Priority Areas (Student Achievement, Growth, Closing Gaps, and On-track and Post-secondary Success). In addition, given the impact on student success, the Accountability Report Cards also measure chronic absenteeism and dropout rates. A school or district's Overall Accountability Score places the school/district into one of five Overall Accountability Ratings:

District Report Card 2017-2018

Friendship Learning Center Report Card 2017-2018

Bessie Allen Report Card 2017-2018

Horace Mann Report card 2017-2018

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