Educational Options

Rice Lake Area School District Available Educational Options

2022-2023

School

Type

 Grades Served

Accountability Category

Rice Lake High School

Public

9-12

Meets Expectations

Rice Lake Middle School

Public

 5-8

Exceeds Expectations

Haugen Elementary School

Public

 4K-4

Exceeds Expectations

Hilltop Elementary School

Public

 K-4

Exceeds Expectations

Tainter Elementary School

Public

 4K-4

Exceeds Expectations

Warriors on Wisconsin 

Public

 9-12

(The WOW Program is part of Rice Lake High School)

St. Joseph’s School

Parochial

 4K-8

Not Rated 

Redeemer Lutheran School

Parochial

 4K-5

Not Rated

First Lutheran Church (Preschool)

Parochial

 4K Not Rated

Other Educational Options

Early College Credit Program

Rice Lake High School

Start College Now

Rice Lake High School

Home Schooling

 

Open Enrollment

 


Examples of some of the programs and other educational opportunities offered to eligible students who are enrolled in and attending the District’s schools include the following: 

  • Special education programs and services for students with disabilities 
  • Early childhood special education (for children with disabilities who are at least 3 years old but not yet school-age) 
  • English language learner programming
  • A bilingual-bicultural education program
  • Gifted and talented program 
  • An education for employment program
  • Career and Technical Education (CTE) opportunities 
  • The youth apprenticeship program, which combines work-based learning opportunities with related classroom instruction for high school students who are in 11th or 12th grade.
  • Individualized program and curriculum modifications 
  • Alternative education program(s)
  • At-risk education (e.g., for students identified as being at-risk of not graduating from high school)
  • Summer school classes


Pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 115.28 (54m), notice must be provided regarding the educational options available to all students who are at least three years old, but not yet 18 years old. Each of the following areas linked below represent educational options for Wisconsin students.


Exhibit (341) - District Notice of Educational Options (K-12 District)