Description: Welcome to Summit View Elementary School! It is one of 15 elementary schools in the School District of Waukesha. Summit View opened in the fall of 1992. It is a large elementary school that strives to know and enhance each child's unique qualities.
Summit View's physical structure offers students the best of all educational settings. Input into the design of the building was sought from educators, students, parents, and business leaders. There are seven teaching pods which house approximately 650 students in grades kindergarten through fifth. Within each pod there are opportunities for individual as well as small and large group instruction. A teacher planning area, surrounded by a computer area, opens out into four classrooms in each of the pods in grades. Movable walls offer teachers opportunities to vary the learning environment. There are computers located in classrooms, on movable carts, the lab, and in the media center. Other technologies available to students and staff include data projectors, visual presenters, smart boards, Elmo projectors, and digital cameras.
The staff at Summit View embraces a variety of teaching strategies and philosophies. Best practices such as Reader's and Writer's workshop are utilized. Using the district Response to Intervention (R.T.I.) model, interventions occur to provide additional support to students. Students are encouraged to develop independence, be creative and critical thinkers, appreciate and respect individual differences, and become effective problem solvers. We want all of our students to become life-long learners.
Using a Professional Learning Community model, Summit View's staff collaborates to share ideas, analyze data, and plan lessons to help all students succeed. Open communication between home and school is vital. Parent input is one of the keys to the success of students.
We are proud of Summit View and the children who attend it. If you ever have any questions, please feel free to contact the principal, Mr. Peterson.
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|Violation Date||Rule Number||Rule Summary|
|2018-02-05||251.11(4)(b)||Continuation License - Application Materials Submission|
|2015-04-30||251.05(3)(f)||Child Tracking Procedure|
|Description: The center utilizes a necklace with plastic chips labelled with the children's names in care to ensure the number, names and whereabouts of children in care are known. The necklace does not reflect that a child has left the program room to use the bathroom. The chip is still on the necklace despite the child having left to use the bathroom.|
|Description: Equipment and supplies are not arranged in an orderly fashion so that children may select, use and replace items. Two large rubbermaid bins containing dramatic play equipment are disorgazined and children are unable to effectively use, select, and reploace items.|
|2015-04-30||251.07(3)(b)2.||Equipment - Quantity For Indoors|
|Description: There is insufficient play equipment to allow each child a choice of 3 activities when all children are using equipment.|
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