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New London School District

 

New London School District is located close to the center of Wisconsin. New London School District has 150.72 square miles of land area and 3.27 square miles of water area. As of 2010-2014, the total New London School District population is 15,469. New London School District median household income is $56,438 in 2010-2014. New London School District median house value is $146,300 in 2010-2014. On average, New London School District is worse than the state average in quality.

Ranking:High School: (285 out of 376, bottom 24%)
Elementary/Middle School: (276 out of 412, bottom 33%)*
Rank: #319
Type:Regular Local School District
Grade:Prekindergarten to Grade 12
Number of Schools:8
Population15,469 (2010-2014), rank #103
Population Growth0.09% since 2005-2009, see rank
Population Density:100.46/sq mi, rank #156
Median Household Income:$56,438 at 2010-2014—1.36% increase since 2005-2009, rank #169
Median House Price:$146,300 at 2010-2014—3.76% increase since 2005-2009, rank #250
Time Zone:Central GMT -6:00 with Daylight Saving in the Summer
Land Area:150.72 sq mi, rank #132
Water Area:3.27 sq mi (2.12%), rank #124
State:Wisconsin
County:Outagamie County, Waupaca County, Winnebago County
City:Dale, Hortonville, Fremont, Bear Creek, New London, Shiocton, Manawa, Northport, Weyauwega, Larsen
Zip:54944, 54931, 54940, 54922, 54961, 54170, 54949, 54983, 54947
Area:Appleton, WI;Oshkosh-Neenah, WI
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New London School District Map, Border, and Nearby Locations


901 West Washington St
New London WI, 54961, Waupaca County
Phone: 920-982-8530

Students and Teachers


      2013-2014         2012-2013         2011-2012         2010-2011         2009-2010         2008-2009         2007-2008    
Total Students:2,4592,4592,4722,5232,3842,3972,444
English Language Learner Students:7489106119102117103
Total Teachers:144.31144.43150.36162.47163.93167.10166.80
Prekindergarten:7.006.606.606.100.002.002.00
Kindergarten:9.009.007.008.0010.0010.009.00
Elementary:62.1760.9160.6165.3163.0359.6060.10
Secondary:66.1467.9276.1583.0690.9095.5095.70
Ungraded:0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
Total Other Staff:105.46104.69103.11103.25114.34109.40111.20
Instructional Aides:22.8118.2519.0019.0621.4320.9020.80
Instructional Coordinators & Supervisors:2.902.681.450.951.011.000.40
Total Guidance Counselors:6.006.006.006.006.006.006.00
Elementary Guidance Counselors:4.004.002.004.002.002.002.00
Secondary Guidance Counselors:2.002.004.002.004.004.004.00
Other Guidance Counselors:0.000.000.000.00NA0.00NA
Librarians/Media Specialists:3.003.163.163.163.003.003.00
Library/Media Support:3.433.723.773.723.723.703.60
District Administrators:3.003.003.002.002.002.002.00
District Administrative Support:3.823.824.705.705.765.805.50
School Administrators:6.605.706.707.707.507.508.50
School Administrative Support:10.3110.4810.7510.3713.1111.6011.50
Student Support Services:11.6111.0711.9810.0710.1210.9011.30
Other Support Services:31.9836.8132.6034.5240.6937.0038.60
Student-Teacher Ratio:17.0417.0316.4415.5314.5414.3414.65

Schools

Lincoln ElementaryPrekindergarten to Grade 4   201 East Washington St, New London WI 54961
New London HighGrade 9 to Grade 12   1700 Klatt Rd, New London WI 54961
New London MiddleGrade 5 to Grade 8   1000 West Washington St, New London WI 54961
Next Generation Academy Grade 7 to Grade 12   1700 Klatt Rd, New London WI 54961
Parkview ElementaryPrekindergarten to Grade 4   1300 Werner Allen Rd, New London WI 54961
Readfield ElementaryPrekindergarten to Grade 4   E9177 State Hwy 96, Readfield WI 54969
School Of Enterprise Marketing Grade 10 to Grade 12   1700 Klatt Rd, New London WI 54961
Sugar Bush ElementaryPrekindergarten to Grade 4   W10736 County Rd Ww, New London WI 54961

Test Performance









YearTestGradeMeasurementScoreState Average
WKCE Test
2004Language Arts10th Grade% met std69%67%
2005Language Arts10th Grade% met std70%69%
2006Language Arts10th Grade% met std71%70%
2007Language Arts10th Grade% met std69%71%
2008Language Arts10th Grade% met std68%73%
2009Language Arts10th Grade% met std66%73%
2010Language Arts10th Grade% met std63%71%
2011Language Arts10th Grade% met std68%74%
2012Language Arts10th Grade% met std68%73%
2013Language Arts10th Grade% met std76%76%
2004Math10th Grade% met std70%69%
2005Math10th Grade% met std74%71%
2006Math10th Grade% met std72%70%
2007Math10th Grade% met std76%70%
2008Math10th Grade% met std72%72%
2009Math10th Grade% met std72%72%
2010Math10th Grade% met std71%73%
2011Math10th Grade% met std77%74%
2012Math10th Grade% met std73%74%
2013Math10th Grade% met std39%47%
2004Reading10th Grade% met std77%69%
2005Reading10th Grade% met std73%74%
2006Reading10th Grade% met std76%74%
2007Reading10th Grade% met std77%74%
2008Reading10th Grade% met std81%76%
2009Reading10th Grade% met std78%77%
2010Reading10th Grade% met std76%78%
2011Reading10th Grade% met std74%77%
2012Reading10th Grade% met std80%80%
2013Reading10th Grade% met std37%40%
2004Science10th Grade% met std71%70%
2005Science10th Grade% met std73%70%
2006Science10th Grade% met std76%70%
2007Science10th Grade% met std76%72%
2008Science10th Grade% met std71%75%
2009Science10th Grade% met std74%74%
2010Science10th Grade% met std75%73%
2011Science10th Grade% met std79%76%
2012Science10th Grade% met std75%75%
2013Science10th Grade% met std81%78%
2004Social Studies10th Grade% met std78%73%
2005Social Studies10th Grade% met std76%73%
2006Social Studies10th Grade% met std75%74%
2007Social Studies10th Grade% met std76%76%
2008Social Studies10th Grade% met std77%79%
2009Social Studies10th Grade% met std75%78%
2010Social Studies10th Grade% met std77%77%
2011Social Studies10th Grade% met std79%82%
2012Social Studies10th Grade% met std77%78%
2013Social Studies10th Grade% met std83%82%
2006Math3rd Grade% met std75%71%
2007Math3rd Grade% met std71%73%
2008Math3rd Grade% met std82%75%
2009Math3rd Grade% met std80%78%
2010Math3rd Grade% met std74%77%
2011Math3rd Grade% met std77%75%
2012Math3rd Grade% met std82%78%
2013Math3rd Grade% met std47%50%
2006Reading3rd Grade% met std87%79%
2007Reading3rd Grade% met std76%80%
2008Reading3rd Grade% met std90%81%
2009Reading3rd Grade% met std84%80%
2010Reading3rd Grade% met std78%81%
2011Reading3rd Grade% met std82%81%
2012Reading3rd Grade% met std83%81%
2013Reading3rd Grade% met std30%35%
2004Language Arts4th Grade% met std82%78%
2005Language Arts4th Grade% met std82%78%
2006Language Arts4th Grade% met std80%78%
2007Language Arts4th Grade% met std83%76%
2008Language Arts4th Grade% met std74%77%
2009Language Arts4th Grade% met std83%78%
2010Language Arts4th Grade% met std81%78%
2011Language Arts4th Grade% met std76%77%
2012Language Arts4th Grade% met std82%78%
2013Language Arts4th Grade% met std80%77%
2004Math4th Grade% met std85%73%
2005Math4th Grade% met std78%71%
2006Math4th Grade% met std76%72%
2007Math4th Grade% met std85%77%
2008Math4th Grade% met std70%78%
2009Math4th Grade% met std82%82%
2010Math4th Grade% met std86%81%
2011Math4th Grade% met std79%81%
2012Math4th Grade% met std88%81%
2013Math4th Grade% met std61%50%
2004Reading4th Grade% met std90%81%
2005Reading4th Grade% met std86%81%
2006Reading4th Grade% met std82%81%
2007Reading4th Grade% met std89%81%
2008Reading4th Grade% met std80%82%
2009Reading4th Grade% met std88%83%
2010Reading4th Grade% met std89%83%
2011Reading4th Grade% met std85%84%
2012Reading4th Grade% met std81%83%
2013Reading4th Grade% met std29%33%
2004Science4th Grade% met std90%80%
2005Science4th Grade% met std90%78%
2006Science4th Grade% met std83%77%
2007Science4th Grade% met std85%77%
2008Science4th Grade% met std77%77%
2009Science4th Grade% met std81%77%
2010Science4th Grade% met std88%79%
2011Science4th Grade% met std80%79%
2012Science4th Grade% met std81%79%
2013Science4th Grade% met std82%79%
2004Social Studies4th Grade% met std97%90%
2005Social Studies4th Grade% met std97%91%
2006Social Studies4th Grade% met std94%91%
2007Social Studies4th Grade% met std96%91%
2008Social Studies4th Grade% met std96%92%
2009Social Studies4th Grade% met std98%92%
2010Social Studies4th Grade% met std97%93%
2011Social Studies4th Grade% met std97%92%
2012Social Studies4th Grade% met std96%93%
2013Social Studies4th Grade% met std92%92%
2006Math5th Grade% met std82%71%
2007Math5th Grade% met std80%74%
2008Math5th Grade% met std87%77%
2009Math5th Grade% met std77%79%
2010Math5th Grade% met std79%79%
2011Math5th Grade% met std79%80%
2012Math5th Grade% met std77%81%
2013Math5th Grade% met std41%52%
2006Reading5th Grade% met std84%82%
2007Reading5th Grade% met std86%83%
2008Reading5th Grade% met std92%85%
2009Reading5th Grade% met std85%82%
2010Reading5th Grade% met std85%81%
2011Reading5th Grade% met std89%85%
2012Reading5th Grade% met std77%81%
2013Reading5th Grade% met std28%36%
2006Math6th Grade% met std76%72%
2007Math6th Grade% met std86%75%
2008Math6th Grade% met std78%77%
2009Math6th Grade% met std78%77%
2010Math6th Grade% met std72%79%
2011Math6th Grade% met std82%81%
2012Math6th Grade% met std85%79%
2013Math6th Grade% met std61%54%
2006Reading6th Grade% met std86%82%
2007Reading6th Grade% met std86%84%
2008Reading6th Grade% met std84%86%
2009Reading6th Grade% met std86%84%
2010Reading6th Grade% met std82%84%
2011Reading6th Grade% met std88%87%
2012Reading6th Grade% met std91%84%
2013Reading6th Grade% met std35%35%
2006Math7th Grade% met std77%73%
2007Math7th Grade% met std84%78%
2008Math7th Grade% met std81%79%
2009Math7th Grade% met std75%80%
2010Math7th Grade% met std85%82%
2011Math7th Grade% met std73%80%
2012Math7th Grade% met std83%82%
2013Math7th Grade% met std48%49%
2006Reading7th Grade% met std86%83%
2007Reading7th Grade% met std87%84%
2008Reading7th Grade% met std87%86%
2009Reading7th Grade% met std90%87%
2010Reading7th Grade% met std90%87%
2011Reading7th Grade% met std88%87%
2012Reading7th Grade% met std83%86%
2013Reading7th Grade% met std29%38%
2004Language Arts8th Grade% met std68%67%
2005Language Arts8th Grade% met std69%64%
2006Language Arts8th Grade% met std65%65%
2007Language Arts8th Grade% met std59%61%
2008Language Arts8th Grade% met std55%64%
2009Language Arts8th Grade% met std63%65%
2010Language Arts8th Grade% met std63%66%
2011Language Arts8th Grade% met std66%63%
2012Language Arts8th Grade% met std64%66%
2013Language Arts8th Grade% met std51%61%
2004Math8th Grade% met std68%65%
2005Math8th Grade% met std77%72%
2006Math8th Grade% met std75%73%
2007Math8th Grade% met std75%74%
2008Math8th Grade% met std80%78%
2009Math8th Grade% met std79%80%
2010Math8th Grade% met std77%80%
2011Math8th Grade% met std82%80%
2012Math8th Grade% met std81%81%
2013Math8th Grade% met std36%46%
2004Reading8th Grade% met std82%79%
2005Reading8th Grade% met std86%84%
2006Reading8th Grade% met std86%83%
2007Reading8th Grade% met std82%83%
2008Reading8th Grade% met std89%86%
2009Reading8th Grade% met std82%86%
2010Reading8th Grade% met std88%85%
2011Reading8th Grade% met std91%88%
2012Reading8th Grade% met std80%85%
2013Reading8th Grade% met std32%42%
2004Science8th Grade% met std77%69%
2005Science8th Grade% met std81%73%
2006Science8th Grade% met std77%73%
2007Science8th Grade% met std81%74%
2008Science8th Grade% met std78%76%
2009Science8th Grade% met std78%78%
2010Science8th Grade% met std82%82%
2011Science8th Grade% met std82%79%
2012Science8th Grade% met std82%82%
2013Science8th Grade% met std74%79%
2004Social Studies8th Grade% met std88%84%
2005Social Studies8th Grade% met std92%83%
2006Social Studies8th Grade% met std85%83%
2007Social Studies8th Grade% met std86%82%
2008Social Studies8th Grade% met std83%83%
2009Social Studies8th Grade% met std80%83%
2010Social Studies8th Grade% met std80%82%
2011Social Studies8th Grade% met std87%83%
2012Social Studies8th Grade% met std84%82%
2013Social Studies8th Grade% met std77%83%

Some data by SchoolDigger.com.

School District Fiscal Information

 201220112010
 AmountPer
Student
%AmountPer
Student
%AmountPer
Student
%
Total Revenue:$29,977,000$12,127 $30,621,000$12,137 $30,330,000$12,722 
Federal:$1,700,000$6885.7%$1,619,000$6425.3%$2,675,000$1,1228.8%
State:$16,521,000$6,68355.1%$17,148,000$6,79756.0%$15,863,000$6,65452.3%
Local:$11,756,000$4,75639.2%$11,854,000$4,69838.7%$11,792,000$4,94638.9%
Total Expenditures:$27,219,000$11,011 $29,372,000$11,642 $30,916,000$12,968 
Total Current Expenditures:$24,489,000$9,907 $26,353,000$10,445 $25,536,000$10,711 
Instructional Expenditures:$13,681,000$5,53455.9%$15,752,000$6,24359.8%$15,479,000$6,49360.6%
Student and Staff Support:$2,088,000$8458.5%$2,306,000$9148.8%$2,216,000$9308.7%
Administration:$4,364,000$1,76517.8%$3,603,000$1,42813.7%$3,512,000$1,47313.8%
Operations, Food, Other:$4,356,000$1,76217.8%$4,692,000$1,86017.8%$4,329,000$1,81617.0%
Total Capital Outlay:$652,000$264 $1,095,000$434 $3,525,000$1,479 
Construction:$9,000$4 $133,000$53 $2,128,000$893 
Total Other:$224,000$91 $251,000$99 $295,000$124 
Interest on Debt:$858,000$347 $846,000$335 $896,000$376 
 
Total Salary:$12,656,000$5,120 $13,675,000$5,420 $13,292,000$5,576 
Instruction/Teacher Salary:$8,852,000$3,58169.9%$9,688,000$3,84070.8%$9,498,000$3,98471.5%
Other Salary:$3,804,000$1,53930.1%$3,987,000$1,58029.2%$3,794,000$1,59128.5%
Total Benefit:$7,250,000$2,933 $7,755,000$3,074 $7,686,000$3,224 
Instruction/Teacher Benefit:$3,880,000$1,57053.5%$4,966,000$1,96864.0%$4,892,000$2,05263.6%
Other Benefit:$3,370,000$1,36346.5%$2,789,000$1,10536.0%$2,794,000$1,17236.4%

* New London School District was rated 2 out of 5 by USA.com. The ranking was calculated based on publically available historical Math and English performance data.



 
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