The Fond du Lac school superintendent says he doesn’t believe new graduation requirements will have a major impact locally. A bill signed into law in December will require high school students to take three credits each of math and science. Superintendent Dr. Jim Sebert says the number of required
electives would be reduced from 10 to eight. In 2018 the number of electives would increase to 8.5 for 23.5 credits required for graduation. Requirements also include four credits of English, three credits of social studies and a half credit each of physical education and health.