Patch's searchable database allows users to find the number of students suspended in 2011-12 at an individual school within districts in the Milwaukee area.
Schools across Wisconsin report statistics on suspensions and expulsions to the Department of Public Instruction, which in turn compiles them and publishes data by school and grade level. In 2011-12, 5.21 percent of students statewide were suspended at least once during the year. It’s the lowest percentage since data was kept beginning in 1998-99, and the figure has dropped five consecutive years. Patch’s searchable database includes suspensions by school and grade in 2011-12 for Cooperative Educational Service Agency (CESA) 1, which covers most of southeast Wisconsin, including Racine Unified School District.
Port Washington administrator salaries are in line with other county districts. Use our interactive database to see which school administrators are the highest and lowest paid throughout the state of Wisconsin.
School adminstrator salaries in the Port Washington-Sauvkille School District are largely in line with counterparts in the southern half of Ozaukee County, according to data compiled by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Superintendent Michael Weber earned $153,423 last year, directly in between salaries of Grafton Superintendent Jeff Pechura ($154,877) and Cedarburg Superintendent Daryl Herrick ($152,013). Northern Ozaukee's Joe Gassert ($143,750) and Mequon-Thiensivlle's Demond Means ($148,860) are slightly below. The numbers are from salary information released on the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's website. The data is from the 2011-12 school year. School districts across the state saw a larger than usual cut …