Wittenberg-Birnamwood School District
The Wittenberg-Birnamwood School District is made up of many different wonderful communities. These communities are: Aniwa, Bevent, Birnamwood, Eland, Elderon, Galloway, Norrie, Pike Lake, and Wittenberg.
We have a vision of excellence in our school district that involves all of our students and staff. We feel that it is necessary to have a blueprint for success. In the Wittenberg-Birnamwood School District, the goals of the school board provide the foundation for all educational conversations and decisions that are made. Ultimately, as you will see in our Decision Making Model, instructional activities result from the vision and goals that are consistently practiced and communicated throughout the different levels of our district. This consistency provides for meaningful and collaborative educational practices that can be measured and assessed to determine best practices for our students.
Wittenberg-Birnamwood School District, home of the Chargers, has an enrollment of approximately 1,175. The school district is dedicated to meeting the needs of all of the children.
The Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School has an enrollment of 350. Attached to the high school is the Darwin E. Smith Aquatic Center. This facility includes an Olympic size pool, a zero gravity pool, whirlpool, waterslide, and conference/party room.
The Wittenberg Elementary/ Middle School is a K-8 school with an enrollment of 454.
The Birnamwood Elementary/Middle School is a K-8 school with an enrollment of 387.
The School Forest is located a few miles north of Birnamwood on Hwy. 45. The students and staff have worked hard to raise funds to build a beautiful Nature Center. It is complete with bathrooms, kitchen, and classrooms/conference rooms. There is also a picnic area and nature trails.
Please visit www.wittbirn.k12.wi.us for further information regarding the Wittenberg-Birnamwood School District.