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Why Huntley Elementary School?Huntley Roadrunners

Huntley Elementary is a large school that has all the nurturing characteristics of a small neighborhood school. Teachers make learning fun, while holding them to high standards of academics and behavior. We educate the “whole child” through the use of character building and rigorous academics.

Inclusive

At Huntley, we accept and embrace individuals of all ethnic backgrounds, cultural heritages, and ability levels.  We create an atmosphere of mutual respect built on understanding and compassion.

Huntley is a school community where ALL students can flourish. Teachers strive to meet individual needs while fostering talents and strengths.

Huntley is a non-judgmental environment and respect for ALL students is promoted and modeled. Our ‘Togetherness Day’ displays how “Together we are more alike than different”.   

Innovative

Huntley Elementary staff launched a new scheduling model to allow time for students to receive daily enrichment / intervention opportunities. This schedule provides grade level teachers weekly collaboration time to closely monitor student progress and to plan lessons for student success. In addition, all students have access to a variety of technology, including SMART Boards for interactive learning. 

Progress Monitoring

Grade level teachers, special education teachers, the building principal, reading specialist, and student services personnel all collaborate about the effectiveness of interventions and enrichment of all students. Together, they meet weekly to review individual student progress, and monthly to review grade level student progress, for both struggling and high achieving students. 

Reading

  • 75% of Huntley students end their school year reading at grade level. This includes ALL students, including those that receive special education services or English Language Learner services.
  • 86% of Huntley students make at least one year’s growth in reading from the start to the end of the school year. This includes ALL students, including those that receive special education services or English Language Learner services.

Math

  • 69% of Huntley students end their school year at grade level in math (according to MAP testing). This includes ALL students, including those that receive special education services or English Language Learner services.
  • 72% of Huntley students obtain their targeted growth in math from the start to the end of the school year (according to MAP testing). This includes ALL students, including those that receive special education services or English Language Learner services.

Students who start the school year significantly above grade level:

  • 89% of them make one year’s growth in reading.
  • 78% of them obtain their targeted growth in math on MAP testing.

Building Character - PBIS

Huntley staff members strive to meet the needs of all learners by addressing their individual academic, social, and emotional needs. Our ultimate goal is to prepare them for the future using character education through lessons in social skills focused on being Responsible, Respectful, and Safe.

2015 Wisconsin RtI Center School of Merit

A School of Opportunities 

We are fortunate to have committed staff members and families who are dedicated to providing a variety of opportunities to enrich student learning beyond the classroom. 

Read more about our co-curricular options.

Focus on Health

Fuel Up to Play 60 Event with Green Bay Packer Jordy Nelson



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