Most Juneau County Schools meet or exceed expectations as defined by the new, more stringent report cards released Monday by the State Department of Public Instruction.  Grayside and Lyndon Station Elementary schools in the Mauston School District exceeds expectations, while West Side Elementary and the Mauston High schools met expectations, and the Olson Middle School met few expectations with a 60.9 rating.  The Necedah Elementary School met expectations but the Necedah Middle/High School met few expectations with a 60.7 rating.   The New Lisbon Elementary School met expectations but the New Lisbon Junior/High School met few expectations with a 55.2 rating.  In the Royall School District, the Elementary School exceeds expectations, the Royall Intermediate School meets expectations, but the Royall High School meets few expectations with a 59.9 rating.  And all the Wonewoc-Center Schools met expectations, according to the DPI website.  State wide, more than 85% of schools meet or exceed expectations and only 76 schools out-of 2,118 schools rated failed expectations.