New rule lets Wisconsin high school students take a class in other districts

It’s gotten easier in recent years, thanks to online communications, for students at small, rural high schools like Lake Mills and Lakeside to take classes they would not normally have access to.

But what if a brick and mortar high school in a neighboring district offers one course they’d like to take? Maybe advanced math or science… or orchestra or ag or foreign language?

What if, at a small school that has just one or two teachers per subject, a student and a teacher aren’t meshing? What if the best choice is something short of wholly removing a student from the district via full-time open enrollment? 

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