$25 Million In Aid For Some Of Wisconsin's Smallest Schools

posted Sep 14, 2018, 5:00 AM by Ryan Quinn
Wisconsin’s  small, sparsely populated school districts are sharing $25 million in aid payments that can be used to offset any costs the district incurs in educating its students. 

The 145 districts receiving aid have total membership of 63,701 students, which is about 7 percent of statewide membership for the 2017-18 school year. Public school districts receiving Sparsity Aid in Northwest Wisconsin include:

Birchwood $93,600
Boyceville Community  $296,000
Bruce   $198,000
Clayton  $133,600
Clear Lake  $261,600
Flambeau  $246,800
Frederic $217,600
Glenwood City  $290,400
New Auburn  $122,000
Prairie Farm  $126,400
Shell Lake  $256,800
Siren  $192,000
Solon Springs  $123,200
Turtle Lake  $196,800
Webster $263,600
Winter  $115,200 

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