Contacts for High School Graduation

Contacts by Topic

  • Accountability:
    Katherine Durlacher (608) 264-9321
     
  • Alternative Education Programs:
    Beth Lewis (608) 267-1062
     
  • Bilingual/English as a Second Language:
    Audrey Lesondak (608) 267-5153
     
  • Career Development and Career Assessment:
    Career Pathways Consultant (608) 266-2022
     
  • Career and Technical Education:
    Sara Baird (608) 267-9253
     
  • Children at Risk:
    Nic Dibble (608) 266-0963
     
  • College Counseling and Recruitment:
    Kevin Ingram (414) 227-4413
     
  • College Financial Aid Counseling:
    Kevin Ingram (414) 227-4466
     
  • Compulsory School Attendance:
  • Nic Dibble (608) 266-0963
     
  • Days/Hours of Instruction:
    Beverly Kniess (608) 266-3706
     
  • Dropout Prevention:
    Nic Dibble (608) 266-0963
     
  • Early Identification Program:
    Ashland - Ken Thornton (715) 682-7976
    Eau Claire - Bonnie Dockry (715) 836-3171
    Green Bay - Tammie Blaney (920) 492-7180
    Madison - Laurie Rasmussen (608) 267-1058
    Milwaukee - Kevin Ingram (414) 227-4466
    Racine - Jackie Jones (262) 638-7371
    Wausau - Sharon Hunter (715) 842-0872
     
  • Education for Employment:
    Jennifer Wegner (608) 266-2348
     
  • Expulsions:
    Nic Dibble (608) 266-0963
     
  • Family-School-Community Partnerships:
  • Ruth Anne Landsverk (608) 266-9356
     
  • Gifted and Talented Education:
    Chrystyna Mursky (608) 267-9757
     
  • Grade Advancement Policies:
    Beverly Kniess (608) 266-3706
     
  • Graduation:
    Requirements and Policies - Beverly Kniess (608) 266-3706
    Improving High School Graduation - Katherine Durlacher (608) 264-9321
     
  • High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED):
    Judith Stowell (608) 267-9245
     
  • Low-Performing Districts/Schools:
    Support - Jonas Zuckerman (608) 267-9136
    Determination - Katherine Durlacher (608) 264-9321
     
  • Parent Involvement:
    Ruth Anne Landsverk (608) 266-9757
     
  • Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS):
    Nic Dibble (608) 266-0963
     
  • School Age Parents Programs:
    Nic Dibble (608) 266-0963
     
  • School Improvement:
    Support - Rachelle Greller (608) 267-9146
    Determination - Alison O'Hara (608) 266-5182
     
  • School Partnerships:
    Jane Grinde (608) 266-9356
     
  • School Performance Report (SPR):
    Kay Ihlenfeldt (608) 266-3108
     
  • Special Education:
    Graduation Rates - Eva Kubinski (608) 266-2899
    Drop-Out Rates - Eva Kubinski (608) 266-2899
    Suspension and Expulsion Rates - Eva Kubinski (608) 266-2899
     
  • Statistical Information:
    Assessment and Graduation - Alison O'Hara (608) 266-5182
    School Performance Reports - Kay Ihlenfeldt (608) 266-3108
    WINSS - School and District Data - Jean Whitcomb (608) 266-2937
     
  • Suspensions:
    Nic Dibble (608) 266-0963
     
  • Talent Incentive Program (TIP):
    Kevin Ingram (414) 227-4466
     
  • Truancy:
    Nic Dibble (608) 266-0963
     
  • Wisconsin Educational Opportunity Programs (WEOP):
    Ashland - Ken Thornton (715) 682-7976
    Eau Claire - Bonnie Dockry (715) 836-3171
    Green Bay - Tammie Blaney (920) 492-7180
    Madison - Laurie Rasmussen (608) 267-1058
    Milwaukee - Kevin Ingram (414) 227-4466
    Racine - Jackie Jones (262) 638-7371
    Wausau - Sharon Hunter (715) 842-0872
     
  • Work-Based Education:
    Denise Byrd (608) 267-2274
     
  • Youth Challenge Academy:
    Bradley Adams (608) 267-3752
     

 


 

Email Contacts by Topic

 


 

DPI Teams

 

  • Career and Technical Education
    Career and Technical Education focuses on exploration of the self in relation to the world of work. Career & Technical Education better prepares students for all post-high school opportunities. Whether moving on to further education, training or employment, every Wisconsin student moves through curriculum-based career awareness, exploration, planning and preparation leading to a realistic individualized career plan which is compatible with the student's abilities, aptitudes and interests.

    Contact Career and Technical Education at:
    (608) 267-0360 or by Email
     
  • Content and Learning
    Content and Learning Team stirves to enhance the scope and quality of teaching and learning in Wisconsin schools through leadership, innovation, collaboration, communication, and service.

    Contact Content and Learning at:
    (608) 266-3706 or by Email

     
  • Office of Educational Accountability (OEA)

    The Office of Educational Accountability provides data to assist district and school personnel in evaluating and making decisions related to educational planning and programming. This team provides accountability outcomes via School and District Report Cards related to state and federal legislation and gives technical assistance in evaluating results and developing approaches to using data to inform decisions to ensure students are prepared for college and career.  

    Contact OEA at:
    (608) 267-1072 or by Email
     

  • Office of Student Assessment (OSA)

    The Office of Student Assessment manages administration of all state and federally required assessments. Statewide tests cover reading and mathematics at grades 3-8 and 10, and language arts/writing, science, and social studies at grades 4, 8, and 10. As part of statewide assessment, the division provides technical assistance to educators and the public in the use of test data.  

    Contact OSA at:
    (608) 267-1072 or by Email
     

  • Special Education
    Special Education endeavors to provide statewide leadership, advocacy, technical assistance, and promote collaboration among parents, educators, students, communities and other agencies to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education.

    Contact Special Education at:
    (608) 266-1781 or by Email
     
  • Student Services, Prevention and Wellness (SSPW)
    Student Services/Prevention and Wellness provides statewide leadership and technical assistance for state and federal programs supporting the development, safety, and health of Wisconsin public school students.

    Contact SSPW at:
    (608) 266-8690 or by Email
     
  • Title I and School Support
    Title I and School Support provides statewide leadership and technical assistance for federal and state programs benefiting Wisconsin school children.

    Contact Title I and School Support at:
    (608) 267-3721 or by Email