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Random Lake Area Chamber of Commerce • (920) 994-9054 39 689 Wolf Road, Random Lake 3 & 4 year old Preschool / K-12 Tutoring Director: Kristy Weinert • 920.447.2218 The School District of Random Lake is committed to providing a comprehensive education for all district students in a safe and orderly learning environment. That education will foster personal growth, encourage strong citizenship, and devel- op future-focused work skills. Through a partnership of family, school, and com- munity, students will experience academ- ic success and embrace lifelong learning. Each division of the Random Lake School District embodies this mission and provides distinguished qualities to the education process for its approxi- mately 9000 students. The Elementary School in Random Lake also boasts many great learning op- portunities for their students. In grades K-3, class sizes at 18 students or less per one teacher. This allows for more indi- vidualized attention for each student. The 2013-14 school year continued the daily use of one-to-one technology in the classroom where each student may utilize an iPad for educational purposes. Elementary students receive daily in- struction in science, social studies, math, and language arts. Weekly instruction is provided in art, music, physical educa- tion, and Character Education. Emphasis is placed on differentiated in- struction in each classroom to meet the needs of individualized learners. Special- ized academic and behavior assistance is available through both regular and special education services. Addition- al academic opportunities and support are provided by Gifted & Talented staff to better meet the needs of students demonstrating unique gifts, talents, and learning styles. Individual and group data is gathered throughout the school year and used to drive instruction. Random Lake School District's Mission Statement t h Thi ll f i di p Children learn to Honor the "Vets". Wearing red to Honor the "Vets".

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