Students, Staff, Community... Building Better Schools Together

We truly embody our district’s motto above and are extremely fortunate to have hardworking students, dedicated staff members, and tremendous support from our parents and community.  It’s a great recipe for success!      

Recent Accomplishments

Scholastic Outstanding Educator Nomination

Congrats to Erica Busch, nominated a Scholastic READ180 Outstanding Educator! Learn about our program & Erica.


Congratulations to three of our outstanding staff members who were nominated by their peers and were recently announced as winners of the following district awards: Erica Busch: K-6 Speciality Teacher of the Year Megan Johnson: Special Education Teacher of the Year Diane Sherman: Support Services Employee of the Year We are blessed to be surrounded with an amazing staff at CES and, in particular, these three wonderful ladies!

Rolling Hills Teacher Chosen as Outstanding New Teacher

Fifth grade teacher Mr. Aaron Linse was honored by the Carroll University education department on March 28 as an outstanding early career educator. Now in his third year of teaching, Mr. Linse was recognized for making a positive impact on his school and community, designing innovative learning experiences, and advocating for students. Congratulations to him! Please see our Facebook Page for more information.

District Award Recipients

Section Elementary is proud to announce that two of our staff members received district awards on March 27, 2014. District awards are presented on an annual basis after recommendation and selection from their peers. Renee Lang - K-3 Teacher of the Year John Somers - District Building and Grounds Employee of the Year

Rolling Hills Teacher Named Teacher of the Year

On March 27, fifth grade teacher Mrs. Nicole Meier was named the district's 4th-6th grade teacher of the year. She was selected for the honor after being nominated by colleagues and chosen by a panel of district staff. Please join us in congratulating Mrs. Meier on this great honor! Please see our Facebook Page for more information.

Rolling Hills Teacher Honored by Mukwonago Rotary

Our reading specialist, Mrs. Huenink, was honored by the Mukwonago Rotary Club on March 20 as the Rotary Club Teacher of the Month. Congratulations to her for this great recognition. Visit our Facebook Page for more information.

Rolling Hills Has Donated Over $23,000 to Cancer Research

In March, we participated in Pennies for Patients, which benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Wisconsin. Classrooms in kindergarten through third grade competed against each other to raise the most. The classrooms with the highest totals were Mr. Johannsen's kindergarten class, Miss Wene's first grade class, Ms. Napierala's second grade class, and Mrs. Christiansen's third grade class. In addition, the entire fourth, fifth, and sixth grades competed against one another. The winner of that competition was sixth grade, who raised $737.27 on their own! Overall, we are donating $2,435 to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Over the past seven years, we have donated $23,873 to fight cancer! See our Facebook Page for more information.

Rolling Hills Raises $8,480 For Jump Rope for Heart

In February, Rolling Hills students raised money for the American Heart Association by participating in Jump Rope for Heart. Mr. Allen was happy to announce today that we exceeded last year's fundraising total of $8,480, by donating $8,712 to a good cause. Congratulations to Austin W. for having the highest individual fundraising total, with $380 on his own! Way to go! Visit our Facebook Page for more information.

Section teacher receives Early Career Educator Award

Megan Jelinek is the recipient of Carroll University's "Promising Pioneer: Early Career Educator Award". She was selected based on her positive impact on schools and communities, innovation in designing learning experiences, and advocacy for students.

School Report Card

As you may have heard, the end of September met with the release of the Wisconsin School Report Cards from the Department of Public Instruction.We are extremely pleased to report that Eagleville was rated as “Significantly Exceeds Expectations” on this statewide measure.Our overall accountability score of 83.1 puts us in the top 4% of schools in the state! Congratulations to our teachers, our students, and our families!In addition, our district’s score of 80.8 puts Mukwonago at #10 in the state for K-12 school districts! Please click here to view the Eagleville's Report Card.

Jump Rope for Heart

Eagleville’s annual Jump Rope for Heart event was once again a huge success, raising over $2,000.

Water Filtration Devices

In cooperation with the Rotary Club of Mukwonago, the Eagleville PTO, and our familes, we raised enough money to purchase 16 water filtration devices for the community of our sister school, Pueblo Modelo in Guatemala. Way to go, Eagleville!

School Report Card

Section Elementary School scored in the "Significantly Exceeds Expectations" range with an overall score of 88.4 on the State Accountability Report Card.

Battle of the Books Winners

Congratulations to the PVMS 1st place Battle of the Books team consisting of Ben B., William B., Ian N. and Izabella K. who finished in 4th place out of 141 teams in the Middle School State Battle of the Books competition.

Congratulations Mrs. Chesbro!

Congratulations to Mrs. Chesebro who applied for and was selected to receive a garden grant through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s School Garden Initiative. Mrs. Chesebro will be working with students, staff, parents and the community to emphasize healthy eating, positive relationships and a variety of life skills including communication, collaboration, problem solving and organization. This will be an amazing opportunity for regular and special education students to support one another and work together with parents and members of our community! More information will be forthcoming regarding the date & time of our groundbreaking.

Rolling Hills "Exceeds Expectations" on Report Card

For the past two years, Rolling Hills has been rated as "Exceeds Expectations" on the Department of Public Instruction's School Report Cards. This puts us among the top schools in the state! We are proud of our students' achievement. We have high expectations for our students, because we believe that students can meet rigorous standards with support from teachers and parents. We feel confident that our high scores on the WKCE and related assessments show our commitment to excellence. Click here to download the most recent school report card. More academic achievement information can be found by clicking here.

Exceptional Spokesperson for Patriotism

On behalf of the Patriot's Pen program, the VFW Post 11038 presented five of our 6th grade students with this very special recognition. Congratulations go out to Loukia A., Jon B., Nick G., Isabella G., and Alayna S. Click here for more information on the Patriot's Pen program.

DPI School Report Card

Scored "Above Expectations" and in the top 7% of all schools in the state.

Jump Rope for Heart

Clarendon’s annual Jump Rope for Heart event was once again a huge success, raising over $5,300. Thank you to everyone who raised money for this important cause. This brings our thirteen year total toover $44,500! All money raised will help the American Heart Association in their fight against heartdisease and stroke, our nation’s no. 1 and no. 4 killers. Congratulations to Slater T. and Piper T., thisyear’s top fundraisers, who collected $1,260! Also, thank you to Mrs. Voelkel for hula hooping with herclass!

MHS Earns AP Honor Roll Distinction

Mukwonago High School was named to the College Board’s 4th Annual AP Honor Roll. We are 1 of 477 districts in the entire nation to be recognized with this honor for increasing Advanced Placement Course options, increasing student participation, and maintaining a high level of student success over the past 3 years.

America's Best High Schools

Mukwonago High School was recently included in Newsweek Magazine's 2013 list of the Best 2,000 Public High Schools in the Nation —those that have proven to be the most effective in turning out college-ready grads. The list is based on six components: graduation rate (25 percent), college acceptance rate (25 percent), AP/IB/AICE tests taken per student (25 percent), average SAT/ACT scores (10 percent), average AP/IB/AICE scores (10 percent), and percent of students enrolled in at least one AP/IB/AICE course (5 percent). Way to go, MHS!

Packer Drawing Contest

8th grade art student Miriam H. has won the 5th annual Pick Your Favorite Packer Drawing Contest. Entries came from throughout Wisconsin, as well as from California and Ohio. The pieces were judged by art students from St. Norbert College based on creativity, originality and overall impression. In addition to having her artwork displayed in the Lambeau Field Atrium, Miriam will receive a $100 gift card to the Packers Pro Shop and a certificate in recognition of her winning piece signed by Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy. This is the second year PVMS has entered the contest and the second year one of our students has won.

Scholastics' President's Award

Big Bend Elementary earns award for increased participation in All for Books! BBES is proud to be one of 13 schools recognized in Scholastic Book Fair’sFall 2013 Elementary National Contest! The school won a President’s Award for ExceptionalPerformance in the category “What Would You Do for Reading?” The prize is 500 Scholastic Dollars. BBES tied the “What Would You Do for Reading?” program into its All for Books campaign during itsScholastic Book Fair held in October. Principal Shawn Waller promised to dance to the song “WalkLike an Egyptian” by the Bangles if students collected more than $800 for All for Books.Donations to All for Books provide new books for the school’s library, plus Scholastic matches the amount with a donation of books to two national non-profit organizations dedicated to helping kidsand families in need. When BBES students more than doubled the goal and collected $2,150.80 for All for Books, Wallerasked staff members to join him in costume, and they also danced to Steve Martin’s “King Tut.” Atan all-school assembly, the kids went wild when Mr. Waller added “the worm” to his dance moves!“It is amazing how much we can accomplish when we all have a common goal, which is to promote and celebrate student learning in a fun environment,” said Mr. Waller.“What a wonderful example of the success that can be created through the efforts of many people,”added Becky Bretza, Library Technology Specialist. The library will be purchasing some fun seats with the500 Scholastic Dollars. The Book Fair Committee thanks BBES’ enthusiastic students, helpful Student Council, great staff, hardworking PTO and generous volunteers for promoting the book fair and making reading fun. Click here for the offical press release. For more information, contact: Julie Kastello, BBES Book Fair Chairperson: 262-662-1917 or jkastello@hotmail.com Becky Bretza, BBES Library Technology Specialist: 262-363-4401 or bretzbe@masd.k12.wi.us Shawn Waller, BBES Principal: 262-363-4401 or wallesh@masd.k12.wi.us

A Day Made Better

Mrs. Deb Teresinski was one of one hundred teachers across the nation honored by Office Max’s,"A Day Made Better" Program. Prairie View enjoyed a large influx of educational materials because of this honor.

Title I State DPI Award

Prairie View was recognized with the School of High Progress Award this school year. Mrs. Sue Maloney and Mrs. Dawn Quakkelaar were our school representatives in Madison for this presentation.

Waukesha County Christmas Clearing Council

Prairie View has received the Waukesha County Christmas Clearing Council'sYouth AngelAward for its work on Coins for Kids, which has helped fill the Council's toy shop shelves the past thirteen years.

School Report Card

On the 2012-2013 school report card Clarendon scored an 87.4 - Significantly Exceeds Expectations. To learn more click here.

Blue Ribbon School

On 9/9/10, Section Elementary was designated as a “Blue Ribbon School” by the U.S. Dept.of Education!

MHS Named to AP Honor Roll

Mukwonago High School was recently named to the 4th Annual AP District Honor Roll as chosen by the College Board. MHS was 1 of 477 school districts in the United States and Canada who earned a place on this year’s list. The AP District Honor Roll recognizes efforts to open AP classroom doors to a significantly broader pool of students, while maintaining or improving the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher. Since improvement in AP results typically takes sustained effort, the AP District Honor Roll is based on examination of three years of AP data (2011, 2012, and 2013) from all students who took AP Examinations in May of those years. In addition to increasing overall AP involvement, performance levels must be maintained or improved when comparing the percentage of exams scoring 3+ in 2013 to 2011. While the District Honor Roll is not necessarily a roster of higher performing districts, it is a roster of districts that are simultaneously expanding opportunity and proving performance. We would proudly like to recognize the combined efforts of our students, staff, and parents who made this honor possible. Full list can be found here.

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Mukwonago Area School District

  • 385 County Road NN E, Mukwonago, WI 53149
  • Phone: (262) 363-6300
  • Fax: (262) 363-6272