Sevastopol School District Earns Second Highest Rating in DPI’s State Report Cards

The Wisconsin Department of Instruction (DPI) recently released the State Report Cards for the 2016-17 school year. Sevastopol School District received a score of 94.5 within an overall 83-100 accountability rating as Significantly Exceeds Expectations. Priority areas scored are Student Achievement, School Growth, Closing Gaps and On-Track and Postsecondary Readiness.

Sevastopol School District’s score of 94.5 was the second highest district score in the state out of the 424 school districts. Sevastopol’s score was the highest district score of all 4K-12 districts. In fact it was the only score in the top ten by a traditional 4K-12 school district.

School Board President Lisa Bieri said, “This is a fantastic accomplishment for our school staff, students and their families. We are extremely proud of this, and all the successes of our students and staff. Everyone should pause to reflect on this accomplishment and be proud of their contributions. Our Sevastopol School District community members can take great pride in this ranking too, your financial support and Pioneer Pride are the catalyst in what has been a constant commitment to excellence in education at Sevastopol.”

Door County’s other schools districts had the following scores: Gibraltar – 84.7, significantly exceeds expectations; Sturgeon Bay – 77, exceeds expectations; and Southern Door – 74.5, exceeds expectations. More information is available at

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