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   The mission of the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District is to create a safe, productive, and respectful learning environment that will meet the needs of all students to be lifelong learners.
The District will provide the facilities and resources necessary for students to become successful and productive members of society.

 News and Announcements


Related imageIf severe weather develops during the day, the Skylert Notification System will be implemented; parents are also encouraged to monitor the TV stations or call the SCHOOL CLOSING HOTLINE (715-684-2200), to be informed of school closing early. 

Please do not call the schools, bus garage, or transportation office to request closing information as it is important to keep the lines open for us to make the necessary arrangements for late start or cancellation.
No School March 30 & 31



A reminder there is no school for students on Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31. 


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On Monday, April 10, 2017, the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District will be hosting our annual 4K Registration/Information night. The event will be held in the Performing Arts Center at Baldwin-Woodville High School.  The 4K presentation will start at 5:00 p.m. and last approximately 30 minutes.  The plan is to provide parents of prospective 4K students with the necessary information about our program. In addition, it offers us a chance to answer any questions that parents have about 4K in general. The required enrollment paperwork for 4K can be found below.  It is also available at the Greenfield Elementary Office. Parents are welcome to bring completed paperwork with them to turn in on the 10th, or submit to the Greenfield Elementary Office at their convenience. Please be aware that we will also need to see a birth certificate to verify age when paperwork is collected.  In addition to registration, parents will also have the opportunity to visit our three sites that evening.

Open House will be held at our Community Preschool, Junior Hawks, and Kid’s View locations from 5:30 - 6:30 P.M. If you have any questions, or desire additional information, please contact J.R. Dachel at 715-684-3334 x.2105. We look forward to seeing you at registration!​
SOS Color Dash

Baldwin-Woodville SOS (Students Offering Support) Color Dash

April 23, 2017 (Sunday) @ 1 p.m.
Event takes place at Baldwin-Woodville High School
Come support the SOS and the Suicide Prevention Task Force of St Croix by walking and/or running in the 5K Color Dash while color is tossed at you.
$30 Cost includes T-shirt and Color Kit (sunglasses, color packet, bracelet)
Held Rain or Shine (no refunds)
Shirts and Color Kits may be picked up 1 hour before the race begins
Registration must be done online by April 13, 2017 (Thursday)
To register online go to: B-W Online Purchasing Center



please_note.png It is the goal of the Baldwin-Woodville Schools to ensure that all our services are accessible to all individuals and to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  We are currently working on building a new website that is ADA compliant due to be completed summer of 2017.  In the meantime if you encounter an issue using adaptive equipment with our website please call 715-684-3411 and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.


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     I believe the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District had a great 2015-2016 school year and the 2016-2017 school year is also off to a great start as well.  As you may have heard, the state of Wisconsin released school report cards.  The 2015-2016 Baldwin-Woodville Area School District’s report cards reflects that we had a great year.  The district report card, middle school report card, and elementary report card all showed improvement. 
     The school report cards started about 5 years ago with the 2014-2015 report card not being released.  School districts and school buildings are each placed in one of five categories, Significantly Exceeds Expectations, Exceeds Expectations, Meets Expectations, Meets Few Expectations, and Fails to Meet Expectations.  Meets expectations is the normal or average.  Here are the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District’s Report Cards.  The report cards are posted on our school website under Curriculum and Instruction.​

District (as a whole) Report Card:             
          Exceeds Expectations
Greenfield Elementary Report Card: 
          Significantly Exceeds Expectations
Viking Middle School Report Card:
          Meets Expectations   
High School Report Card:
          Meets Few Expectations   

     As you can see we have a lot to be proud of with the District exceeding expectations and Greenfield Elementary School significantly exceeding expectations, ranking 6th out of 61 elementary schools in our CESA.  Greenfield Elementary School went from meeting expectations to significantly exceeding expectations but this did not happen overnight.  The staff worked very hard to make this happen and implemented a number of changes, such as additional technology, personalizing learning, a math and reading program, and formative assessments.  Our entire staff works very hard and I truly appreciate all their hard work, effort, and compassion. 
     Now everything is not perfect.  We definitely have things to work on.  It is concerning that our high school report card went from exceeding expectations to meeting few expectations.  We take this very seriously and have analyzed this data at length.  Our ACT test scores remain high with the 2016 graduating class scoring well above the state average and finishing 7th in CESA 11, out of 39 schools and this is with all students taking the exam as a junior.  Baldwin-Woodville High School has consistently finished above the state average and in the top ten within our CESA.   Much of our data has remained similar to the past.  Where we were downgraded on this report card is closing the gap.  Our overall achievement remains high but we did not do well in closing the achievement gap.  What this means for Baldwin-Woodville is trying to make sure our students with disabilities and our students that are economically disadvantaged perform as well as all the other students on the ACT.  These students did not do as well as we had hoped and we need to do a better job of meeting their needs.  We are already working on plans to make this happen.
As always, please feel free to contact me with questions or concerns.   

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