Platteville School District

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School District of Platteville
780 North Second Street
Platteville, WI 53818

Grant County, Wisconsin
United States
District information
Type Public School District
Motto “Where tomorrow's leaders learn today.”[2]
Grades PK - 12
Superintendent Dean Isaacson
Budget ≈$13,200,000[1]
Students and staff
Students 1,421[3]
Staff 221 [4]
Athletic conference Southwest Wisconsin Conference
Colors Cardinal & White          
Other information
Website [1]

The Platteville School District is located in the city of Platteville, Grant County in southwestern Wisconsin. The district operates four schools - two elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. It is the largest school district in Grant County

The two elementary schools, Neal Wilkins and Westview, are located on opposite sides of the city. Neal Wilkins consists of the early learning center and first grade. Westview comprises the second and third grades. Platteville Middle School is home to fourth through eighth graders. Platteville High School serves ninth through twelfth graders. O. E. Gray Early Learning Center closed after the 2007-2008 school year because of an enrollment drop in the district, leading to the unusual grade configuration of the schools.

The superintendent of the school district is Dean Isaacson. Platteville High School's mascot is the Hillmen, named after Coach Hill from the early-mid 1900s.


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