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School District of New Berlin News

Information for the New Berlin community on school district news, events, and celebrations of success.

School Report Cards Issued by Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

School Report Cards for all schools in the State of Wisconsin have been issued by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction as part of the new statewide accountability system. School Report Cards, using multiple measures of student learning, provide valuable guidance on how schools are performing and where they can improve.  


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SDNB Veteran's Day Celebration at Ike November 12

Local veterans are invited to attend the School District of New Berlin Veteran's Day Celebration on Monday, November 12, 9:00 a.m. at New Berlin Eisenhower Middle/High School, 4333 S. Sunnyslope Rd., New Berlin. The celebration will consist of various student musical ensembles and guest speakers. A complimentary brunch and refreshments for veterans and their guests will follow the program. An RSVP to 262-789-6335 is appreciated.

Together we celebrate teacher & student success!

Congratulations to the following individuals who were recognized at the Board of Education meeting October 22 for their accomplishments. Together we celebrate success!

New Berlin West Students Ilisia DuMez, 1st Place, 2013 and Olivia Nyman, 1st Place, 2014 -
WASB Write and Illustrate Your Own Picture Book

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Eisenhower students earn AP Scholar awards

Congratulations to the following New Berlin Eisenhower students for their Advanced Placement (AP) success!

National AP Scholars - Granted to students in the United States who receive an average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams.
Zhanyuan Xing
Jacob Zimmerman

AP Scholars with Distinction - Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.
Marie Bartels
David Brandt
Amy Bronikowski
Romith Challa
Minhi Kang
Dawei Liu
Andy Ni
Bradley Prom
Stephanie Seymour
Zhanyuan Xing
Ruiqi Yan
Jacob Zimmerman

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Long-range Facilities Plan Information

As previewed in the September 2012 issue of the District Digest and presented at the district’s Budget Hearing on September 24, the School District of New Berlin is currently developing a Long-range Facilities Plan. The Board of Education began the process of determining the scope of the plan at its October 22, 2012 meeting.

SDNB anticipates a thorough review of needs, plans and financing options to be considered over the course of the fiscal year.

On November 12, the Board of Education made the following commitments for continued development of the Long-range Facilities Plan:

  • The district will continue to operate with its current elementary (grades K-6) and middle/high school (grades 7-12) model, and will continue to have two middle/high schools.
  • There is no anticipated change in programming; the district will maintain two comprehensive middle/high schools.
  • The administration shall not present a facility plan without presenting a funding plan.
  • Renovations will be planned and staggered to ensure, when practical and possible, unnecessary need to update code changes.

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SDNB Named to College Board 2012 AP Honor Roll!

School District of New Berlin Placed on the College Board’s 3rd Annual AP® District Honor Roll for
Significant Gains in Advanced Placement® Access and Student Performance

The School District of New Berlin is one of 26 districts in Wisconsin and 539 districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board on its 3rd Annual AP® District Honor Roll, for increasing access to Advanced Placement® courses and maintaining its percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams.

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SDNB Board of Education Approves Additional Compensation for Educators

On November 26, theSchool District of New Berlin Board of Education unanimously approved a one-time payment for many SDNB employees in recognition of their work toward the district’s goals, projects and initiatives.

Outside the collective bargaining process, an administrative recommendation was made that kept with the Board’s previous commitment to provide a 1.64% increase for the 2011-12 school year, and added 1.86% for the 2012-13 school year.

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