LEAP teachers guide students through the problem-solving process by planning projects that lead to a better understanding and command of their agricultural and environmental surroundings. LEAP students are able to answer complex questions, investigate global issues, and develop creative solutions for challenges and real world problems while applying the rigor of core academic content in the areas of reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.
“An understanding of the natural world is a source of not only great curiosity, but great fulfillment.” Sir David Attenborough, renowned biologist
Education has always led to new ideas and innovative solutions in science, technology and the arts – so why not the environment? By providing pathways for our students to learn about renewable energy, habitat restoration, and sustainable living, we are enabling them to be part of the next generation of decision-makers ready to face current and future challenges that await.
LEAP Elementary School offers an opportunity for families around the area to be part of a unique learning experience with their child(ren).
We encourage all interested families to be part of this exciting school that is part of the Watertown Unified School District! If you live outside our district, please note Open Enrollment requirements.
NOTE: LEAP has multi-age/grade classrooms of Kindergarten/1st Grade, 2nd Grade/3rd Grade, and 4th Grade/5th Grade.
In its simplest conception, Integrated Curriculum is about making connections. This approach has the potential to act as a bridge to increased student achievement and engaging, relevant curriculum.
W4712 County Rd O, Watertown, WI 53098
Office Hours: 7:45 am – 3:15 pm
8:00 am – 3:05 pm (M, T, TH, F)
8:00 am – 2:00 pm (W)
Welcome to the Watertown Unified School District where our vision is Excellence for All – It’s the Watertown Way! We are proud of the Watertown community and committed to providing excellent facilities and quality instruction to every child, every day.
Factors that impact placement of students in addition to parental preference:
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