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6th Annual Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance Fall Conference
November 12-13, 2014

"Preparing Rural Students for Their Future"

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Click on the "2014 Annual Conference" link on the left side of the home page to access presentations from this year's conference.


Congratulations to the 2014 WiRSA Award Winners:

F Yeo
Dr. Fred Yeo, UW Oshkosh--Rural Advocacy Award

S Ricks
Steven Ricks, Lodi Community Action Team--Rural Community Partner of the Year

J Simonich
Joseph Simonich, Hurley, Rural Board of Education Member of the Year

R Bergman
Randy Bergman, Superintendent, Prentice--Rural Administrator of the Year

S Foster
Scott Foster, Elem Principal, Northland Pines--Rural Administrator of the Year

C Cegielski
Craig Cegielski, Eleva-Strum--Rural Teacher of the Year

P Kumm
Pam Kumm, Secretary, Pittsville--Rural Support Staff Member of the Year

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              For a larger view of this map, please use the link in the "About WiRSA" section of this page.

    About WiRSA:

    The Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance (WiRSA) strives to meet the unique needs of rural schools throughout the state. As such, our site is designed to be a central source for news, events and pertinent resources related to the issues faced by rural educators.

    WiRSA Board of Directors

     Supported by the Wisconsin Cooperative Education Services Agency (CESA) districts, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, the UW System and rural school districts, our aim is to continually enhance and improve rural school education.

    The newly-elected WiRSA Board of Directors began their terms of office at the first board meeting of the year on January 13, 2014.  Officers for 2014 are:

    2014 WiRSA Officers 

    L to R: President-Elect Bob Houts, Owen-Withee; Executive Director-Jerry Fiene; President  Leah Luke, Mauston; Treasurer-Jerry Walters, CESA #11; Secretary Diana Bohman, Tomorrow River.

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