Sixty-five Title 1 schools received Wisconsin Reward School honors this week to recognize student academic achievement and progress.  “Congratulations to the teachers, school staff, and families that work to support student achievement.  These reward schools are models of our Agenda 2017 goals to improve graduation rates, reduce absenteeism and dropout rates, and close college and career-readiness gaps,” said State Superintendent Tony Evers.  Area schools receiving High Progress recognition are the Grand Marsh Elementary School in the Adams-Friendship School District and the Royall Elementary School.