What is the purpose of the WINSS website?

Wisconsin's Information Network for Successful Schools (WINSS) is a resource for educators, parents and community members interested in educating the hearts and minds of Wisconsin's children. WINSS provides information on what we want our children to know and be able to do; how students are performing each year; and how our schools are staffed and funded. WINSS also describes the seven characteristics of successful schools - and shares resources that are central to successful schools including leadership, planning tools, professional development and community partnerships. (Source: http://dpi.wi.gov/sig/index.html)

 

WINSS Homepage

 

Data Analysis (Janesville Specific)

How are students performing academically?

What about attendance and behavior?

What programs, staff, and money are available?

What are student demographics?

Data Analysis (Rock County School Districts)

Reading

Mathematics

Data Analysis (Big Eight School Districts)

Reading

Mathematics

Standards and Assessment

What are our academic standards?

What indicates success in academic standards?

What are standards of the heart?

What indicates success in standards of the heart?

School Improvement

What are the characteristics of a successful school?

Where can we find need assessments surveys?

Where can we find planning tools?

Who should be involved in improvement?

Best Practices

Vision

Evidence of Success

High Academic Standards

Family, School and Community Partnerships

Standards of the Heart

Professional Development

Leadership