In the small district of Lena, Wisconsin we have low student to teacher ratios as well as the opportunity for individual attention that is attainable in a small district. Some students do not realize the advantage we, as Lena Wildcats, have.
In the Lena School District we have one (1) elementary school with 187 students in grades 4k-5. We also have one (1) middle school/ high school which consists of 228 students in grades 6-12. The principals of our schools are Ben Pytleski, elementary; James Torzala, high school/middle school; and Mr. Pytleski also serves as Superintendent. There are educational programs designed to meet the individual needs of all students including those in talented and gifted programs as well as those who may have exceptional educational needs. The school district has also established an Alternative Program to serve students that may encounter difficulties in the traditional school setting. Follow the link on the homepage to find out more about the Alternative Program.
Lena Public School District
“Small Community, Great Opportunity”
The Lena Public School District is committed to promoting a sense of academic pride in each of our students.
We believe that by promoting a strong, positive work ethic and preparing our students to become life long learners, our students will be prepared to become responsible contributors to their local and global communities.
The support of our small community, our families and our students guarantees that an opportunity for an exceptional education is available for every student.
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