• Enrollment: 476

    Staff: 3 administrators, 45 teachers, and 22 support staff

    Special Programs: Early Childhood, Community Learning Center Program (CLC), and Summer School

    Class sizes in grades K-3 are approximately 15 students per teacher

    Extra-Curricular:
    AODA, Baseball, Basketball, FCCLA, Flag Football, Football, Forensics, Golf, HMV (High Mileage Vehicle), Hockey, Library Club, National Honor Society, S.M.A.U.G., Softball, Student Council, Swing Choir, The Scene - Film and Theater Club, Track, Trap Shooting Team, Volleyball.

    Distance Learning:
    The district offers interactive televised courses to the students and the community through distance learning.

    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.

    Did You Know...?

    37 percent of the Siren Teaching Staff have advanced degrees.

    ...Siren School District has three (3) Nationally Board Certified Teachers (Kathie Koball, Carolyn Schrooten and Jill Tinman)...

    ...a Kohl Fellowship Education Foundation Instructor Recipient (Bryn Anderson 2015-2016)

    ...a Kohl Student Initiative Scholar Recipient (Brady Moody 2016-2017)

    ...a Kohl Student Excellence Scholar Recipient (Riley Anderson 2016-2017)

     

  • Siren School District Vision Statement

     "Siren School District will produce successful students through collaborative partnerships with families, community members and staff while being fiscally innovative. Students will embrace diversity, feel empowered and be inspired to become citizens with integrity." 

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Last Modified on July 10, 2018