Sources close to the investigation say district administrators are in the process of disciplining staff involved, and the district's attorney Ann Patteson confirmed that to local five today.
Patteson said as of Wednesday, communication process is ongoing, once that process is over and that they cannot release information until the process is complete. Local five was told that would be at the end of this month.
Patteson said they are anxious to conclude all aspects of the WKCE matter, including the personnel investigation.
Patteson also said the district determined through its own investigation that the situation at the other schools "pales in comparison to what was happening at Eisenhower Elementary," and that "other students in the district were not at the same advantage as those at Eisenhower were."
Patteson said the district determined that through talking with Principals and received confirmation that it wasn't the same situation as Eisenhower. Patteson would not say what schools were also looked at as a part of the districts investigation.
Meanwhile the Department of Public Instruction tells Local Five they will not conduct a formal investigation. DPI spokesperson Patrick Gasper said, " As we have stated in the past, there is no evidence that the practice tests were used extensively in other schools. While the DPI continues to communicate with Green Bay focusing on ensuring exemplar test practices in the future, to answer your question, there is no 'formal investigation' taking place."