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IT'S A GREAT DAY TO BE A BANGOR CARDINAL!

Our Mission:  Bangor Pride—A Small School Building Big Futures

 

Our Vision:  An innovative, small school creating excellence through
personalized learning and relationships for all 









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State Superintendent Tony Evers offered congratulations to Bangor Elementary School for being among 173 schools in the state that received Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition honors for the 2014-15 school year. “These schools are examples of the success we need in all of our schools to close the achievement gap,” Evers said.

            The schools were recognized during a special Oct. 13 ceremony at the State Capitol in Madison hosted by Deputy State Superintendent Mike Thompson. Pictured with Thompson, from left: Jacquelyn Lyga, Bangor Elementary School principal, Mike Thompson, Deputy State Superintendent and Deborah Cromer, district reading specialist and Title 1 teacher.  During the program, special recognition went to seven High-Achieving schools and 29 High-Progress Schools. Bangor Elementary School earned the award for the “High-Progress” status.

 

   

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 Welcome to the School District of Bangor!

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"Bangor Pride--A Small School Building Big Futures."

Preparing the students to become productive citizens in the 21st Century and beyond . The School District of Bangor provides a wide range of academic, extra and co-curricular opportunities for our students that prepares them to be not only excellent students but also to compete in the global economy.  We offer those unlimited opportunities in a small school setting where every student can connect with a passionate and child-centered staff.

With a variety of offerings before, during, and after the school day, the Bangor School District is the perfect place for students to excel.  We are proud to have small class sizes at every level in our district.  Our educational offerings begin with our four-year-old kindergarten program.  In our elementary, our staff works extremely hard preparing our children to gain the needed skills, especially in reading and math, to succeed as they grow and mature.  And because technology is such a valuable tool, students in grades two through five are each issued an iPad that they use at school everyday.   At the middle school, students are given their first opportunity to explore curriculum in many different areas including Information Technology, Family and Consumer Education, Technology Education, Agriculture, Band and Choir.  In addition, students in grades six through twelve are each issued an iPad that they can use throughout the year at school and at home.   At the high school level, students are allowed to further explore areas of career and personal interest while also preparing for post-secondary education.  The School District of Bangor will continue to be on the cutting edge educationally and technologically to meet the needs of students and society now and in the future.

Please browse this website to find out what's happening in our district and feel free to contact:

Dave Laehn, District Administrator (dlaehn@bangorsd.net or 608-486-5202)
Don Addington, Middle/High School Principal (daddington@bangorsd.net or 608-486-5201)
Jac Lyga, Elementary Principal (jlyga@bangorsd.net or 608-486-5206)
Josh Chaplin, School Psychologist/Special Education Coordinator (jchaplin@bangorsd.net or 608-486-5255)

We look forward to introducing you to what our school can offer. 

Thank you for visiting our website.

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