The Drummond Area School District is located in the heart of the Chequamegon National Forest serving the towns of Barnes, Cable, Delta, Drummond, Grand View, Kelly, Lincoln, Mason, Namakagon, Highland and the Village of Mason. Covering a geographic area of 720 square miles, the district serves 396 students from four-year-old kindergarten through grade 12. The district is proud of the accomplishments of the students with each of the three schools, elementary, middle and high being recognized multiple times for high academic achievement as Wisconsin Promise Schools of Recognition. The district offers an array of courses through traditional settings, fiber optics and online. For more information visit their website or call 715-739-6669.

VISION STATEMENT: Drummond Area School District will be a safe, trusting, and collaborative environment that develops lifelong, self-directed learners by providing excellent academics and co-curricular activities.

School Facts:
Around 400 Students PK -12
2nd largest school district in Wisconsin

52440 Eastern Ave
Drummond, WI 54832

Located in Southern Bayfield County in the Town of Drummond
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Elementary School PK-6
P. (715) 739-6731

Junior High & High School
P. (715) 739-6231

P. (715) 739-6669
F. (715) 739-6345

Drummond School District website

Resources: Fun & Environmental Learning

Cable Natural History Museum – (Located in Cable, WI) new building with environmentally green architecture & technology aspects. Connecting people to the northwoods nature through educational experiences that inspire wonder, discovery & responsibility.
Phone: 715-798-3890 | Website

Drummond Public Library & Historical Museum – (Located in Drummond, WI near town park) The library was founded in 1926, but been in the new building since 2001. The new space was designed to resemble the old Rust Owen Company Store & currently shares the space with the Drummond Historical Museum.
Phone: 715-739-6290 | Website

Forest Lodge Libary – (Located in Downtown Cable, WI) the building is a rustic log Cabin built in 1925, it became a joint library of Cable & Namakagon Communities in 2007. In the year 2000 the building was added to the State & National Registry of Historic Buildings.
Phone: 715-798-3189 | Website

Cable/Namakgaon Historical Museum – (Located in Cable, WI) was built in 1905 and initially used as a potato warehouse & other uses before it was dedicated to Historical Society & turned into museum. “The little museum with big history”.
Phone: 715-798-5070 | Website

EEK! (Environmental Education for Kids) – Brought to you by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Website