Facility Use

The school is an integral part of the community in terms of its intellectual and social expression and development. To this end, the Siren Board of Eduction encourages the public use of school facilities within Board Policy guidelines, when they are not being used for district curricular and extra curricular activities. The Siren Board of Education, in recognizing the community school concept, may allow the use of school facilities by community organizations.

About Our School

The Siren School District covers about 106 square miles located in Burnett County in northwestern Wisconsin.  The district is composed of seven townships surrounded by area lakes and forest land.  There is a blend of both manufacturing, tourism, and some gaming that supports the area financially.  Siren is a small town with a population of approximately 1,000.  Local businesses and several homes were rebuilt or renovated following a tornado in 2001.  The area enjoys a rich blend of cultural diversity with the St. Croix tribal community making up a significant portion of our school community. Siren provides students with a nice combination of academics, sports, and music..

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Siren High School

A Wisconsin School of Recognition Award Winner, 2009-10, 2013-14

Siren High School -- Named one of America's Best High Schools. US News and World Report Bronze Medal Winner 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013

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