Welcome to Kenosha eSchool

 

The Kenosha eSchool is a fully-accredited online charter school, serving students since 2007. The eSchool offers full and part-time enrollment options for Kenosha Unified School District students in grades K-12.

students   parents   staff

Sept 1, 2016:  We currently full for the following enrollment areas for the current 2016-17 School Year: (updated as of 3/28/17)

–All Full Time (Grades K-12)

–All High School English, PE/Health, Science, Business/Electives, Math, and Art

–Still Available:  High School Social Studies (only 0.5 credit), Spanish (only 0.5 credit), German (only 0.5 credit)

Announcements

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Summer School 2017 (High School Grades 9-12, including incoming Fall 9th graders)

Kenosha eSchool Summer School Registration opens Monday, March 20th.  All registration forms must be received by the eSchool office no later than 3:00 pm on Thursday, April 6th in order to be included in the lottery.  Please visit our Summer School page for Registration information: http://eschool.kusd.edu/summer-school/.

Please note that students will not be able to register for Kenosha eSchool through the online KUSD Summer Registration portal.   Registration must be done on paper using our Course Request Form.

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2017 Parent/Guardian Survey

PARENTS: The 2017 Parent/Guardian Survey ends on Monday, April 3. Be sure to log into Infinite Campus to click on the survey link in your inbox before it’s too late to provide your valuable feedback! If you are having issues, please call 359-7700.

 Parents can log into their Infinite Campus parent portal account to access the survey at any time.  If a parent has selected to receive the “general” communications through campus, then they also received an email notice to their personal email account. 

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Winter Weather…Keeping our Children safe!       Weather Procedures:   English         Spanish

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KUSD School of Choice Video–Kenosha eSchool

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Interested  in transferring schools within KUSD?

Requests for school transfers will be accepted January 1–January 21 for the 2017-2018 school year.

Parent Initiated Request Form:  English      Spanish

Please read below for more information:

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2016-2017 Test Schedule for K-12

(Please check for any updates for students tests times .)
February 15-16-17 Open for students to work with their teacher’s during their office hours/           Lab will be closed at 12:00
February 24 Lab is CLOSED 8:00am-4:00pm Professional Development 
February 28th  March 1st  

ACT Letter

ACT TESTING : Only 11th Grade Students                                                 eSchool is CLOSED to all other Students 8:00am- 4 :00pm
March 2 Parent / Teacher Conference 4:00pm-7:00pm
March 20th – 24th FINALS WEEK                  Lab is CLOSED Finals ONLY
March 27  Start of  4rd Quarter
 March 31  Lab is CLOSED 8:00am-4:00pm Professional Development 
 April 3rd – 6th  Lab Closed                                                     Wisconsin Forward Testing                       Please refer to letter on times and grades
April 14th – 23rd  Spring Break Begins

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Congratulations to Sandy Schwenk on her KUSD Employee Spotlight!

 

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How to Use Buzz (the new Learner Management System for Grades 6-12)

Click on the image to see how the new Buzz Dashboard works:
buzz dashboard thinglink

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.thinglink.com/scene/824333821892624384

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Kenosha eSchool Computer Lab Schedule and Closings

Schedule

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KUSD’s 2015-2016 DPI Report card (English)

KUSD’s 2015-2016 DPI Report card (Spanish)

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Student Transfer Window

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Meningococcal Disease: Protect Your Child