The OASD has decided to switch to the hybrid purple/gold learning model for both Intermediate Schools and Oconomowoc High School from Monday, November 30, through Friday, December, 18.
This short-term learning model change is intended to reduce the number of student and staff quarantines and COVID-19 cases we are experiencing in our schools due to home or community contact. The continued increase in staff quarantines has required teachers to teach remotely while the District provides a substitute teacher or qualified supervisor for the students learning at school. The variability of these absences is making it very difficult to find substitute teachers and qualified supervisors for students who are learning at school, sometimes resulting in entire classes or grade-levels being sent to virtual learning.
In mid-December, we will evaluate the learning models, quarantine information, and COVID-19 cases among staff and students, to make a determination on our return to school after the winter holiday break. The District will share additional information with families before the OASD winter break which starts on December 19.
Intermediate & High School Student Schedules for November 30-January 3:
- November 30-December 18: Learning in the hybrid purple/gold model
- December 19-January 3: All OASD students and staff off school for winter break
Use These Links For Additional Information:
- Nature Hill Intermediate Hybrid Purple/Gold Schedule Information
- Silver Lake Intermediate Hybrid Purple/Gold Schedule Information
- OHS Hybrid Purple Student Schedule Information
- OHS Hybrid Gold Student Schedule Information
>> Click here for additional information on student food service, mental health support, technology help, and health guidelines during this hybrid learning period.
Assessment & Accountability Resources
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The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction publishes a report card for each public school in the state. The report cards are based on state test performance, high school graduation rate, and student attendance. Schools receive an overall accountability score (1-100).
- OASD: Exceeds Expectations, 4-Stars
- Greenland Elementary: Significantly Exceeds Expectations, 5-Stars
- Ixonia Elementary: Significantly Exceeds Expectations, 5-Stars
- Meadow View Elementary: Exceeds Expectations, 4-Stars
- Park Lawn Elementary: Significantly Exceeds Expectations, 5-Stars
- Summit Elementary: Significantly Exceeds Expectations, 5-Stars
- Nature Hill Intermediate: Meets Expectations, 3-Stars
- Silver Lake Intermediate: Exceeds Expectations, 4-Stars
- Oconomowoc High School: Exceeds Expectations, 4-Stars
The Wisconsin Forward Exam at grades at grades 3-8 for English Language Arts and Mathematics, at grades 4 and 8 in Science, and 4, 8, and 10 in Social Studies
- Information for Families: English, Spanish, Hmong
- Practice Test: Online Tools Training and Sample Items (Chrome Browser Required)
ACT Aspire® is an online summative assessment that measures what students have learned in the areas of: English, Reading, Math, Science, and Writing. ACT Aspire® scores predict how a student will perform on the ACT when they reach 11th grade.
The PreACT provides students with a structured testing environment similar to what they will experience when taking the ACT, ACT test-quality questions, and predictive scores on the familiar 1–36 scale. This helps students get comfortable with the test and understand how they’re doing in core subjects. It also helps parents and educators identify areas where additional support might be necessary. This test experience is usually provided in the fall for grade 11 students.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) entered into a partnership with ACT®, Inc. during the 2014-15 fiscal year to comprehensively assess Wisconsin high school students. The ACT with writing consists of four multiple-choice tests: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science; and a 40-minute essay test that measures student writing skills.
DPI also uses The ACT® with writing for the high school accountability measure in order to determine the extent to which schools and districts across the state meet proficiency standards.
MAP Growth is an online assessment that helps teachers understand what students know today, so goals can be set to improve growth throughout the year. Students are usually tested two or three times each school year in reading and math. Students cannot pass or fail this test. MAP scores do not affect a student's grade.
- Family Toolkit
- Student Resource Center
- Home Workstation Diagnostic Check for Remote Testing
- MAP Practice Test (Username: grow; PW: grow)
The DLM assessment measures the academic progress of students with the most significant cognitive disabilities in the subject areas of English language arts and mathematics for students in grades 3-11, science for students in grades 4 and 8-11, and social studies for students in grades 4, 8, and 10. This is an online assessment delivered via the computer; however, some students may need their teacher to present the items to them.