WCRIS supports the unique missions of member schools through advocacy, education and partnerships,
to ensure an extraordinary education and equitable opportunity for each child.

The 2017 WCRIS Professional Learning Conference is this Friday!

The 2017 WCRIS Professional Learning Conference is this Friday!
Attention all attendees! The first-ever WCRIS Professional Learning Conference is this Friday, August 11 at the Glacier Canyon Lodge in the WI Dells.

Registration and breakfast starts at 7 am and the first presentation kicks off at 8 am with Ann Anzalone on The Brain Rewired: Teaching At Its Best. You do not want to miss this!

The day will conclude at 2:35 pm. To view additional information click "Learn More" below.
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Is Your School Ready to Comply with the New Law Mandating AED/CPR Training?

August 08, 2017
Beginning this Fall, all Wisconsin schools will be required to provide 7th and 8th grade students with training in AEDs and CPR. Private schools are included. The law (Wis Stat 118.076) requires all students in 7th and 8th grade to be trained on Automatic External Defibrillators and for 7th and 8th grade students in health classes [...]
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Gov Signs School Choice Fixer Bill

July 20, 2017
Governor Walker signed a bill on July 19 to synchronize and simplify the state’s four parental choice programs in time for the upcoming school year. The bill, now known as Act 36, passed the Legislature with overwhelming support from Republicans and a handful of Democrats who weren’t afraid to defy their party. WCRIS organized support [...]
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Gov. Signs WCRIS Backed School Choice Fixer Bill

June 22, 2017
A bill to synchronize and simplify the state’s four parental choice programs in time for the upcoming school year has passed the Legislature with overwhelming support from Republicans and a handful of Democrats who weren’t afraid to defy their party. SB 293, which passed the Assembly late Wednesday night by a vote of 67-30, is [...]
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  1. All children have the right to quality, affordable education.
  2. Economic status should not determine whether a child receives a quality education.
  3. Our educational system must be designed to facilitate the growth of quality educational institutions, both public and private.
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