Students, Staff, Community... Building Better Schools TogetherWe 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!
The Wisconsin RtI Center as a School of Merit in Reading for their work accomplished through the implementation of a culturally responsive multi-level system of support.
CES 2nd Place @ State Speech Contest
Congratulations to Aoife who placed 2nd in the State School Speech contest! Way to go!
A 3-D Printer and a Laser Engraver totaling $17,900+ was donated from the North Prairie Lions Club. Bob Werner, owner of First Technologies, added to the package by donating a second 3-D printer. Thank you!
This year’s team, made up of J.D. Murphy and Dawson Greenwald of Mukwonago High School walked away with the championship! Congratulations!
LindenGrove - Mukwonago, WCTC, & MHS have formed an alliance to help solve the problem of too few Certified Nursing Assistants.
Congratulations to our Staff Service Award winners, Nancy, Kevin, Debbie, Sara, and our volunteers Mike and Donna! They each did an excellent job representing our school and what we're about! Thank you to all who were able to take time away from your families and other events to support our colleagues during this very special event.
Rotary Teacher of the Month! Kevin did an outstanding job representing our school and presented a great discussion about how he and his teammates are improving writing instruction. The Rotarians were very appreciative and spoke highly of his presentation. Great job, Kevin
RHES Mrs. Shea named K-3 Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Katie Shea was named K-3 Educator of the Year by the district. We are proud to have her at RHES!
RHES Speech Contestant Goes to State
RHES School Speech winner Abbey W. won first place at the district level & will go to state!
Mrs. Charli Kuehl has been selected as the recipient for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7221 Educational Teacher Recognition Award for 2015-2016.
RHES Raises Money for Jump Rope for Heart
RHES students raised over $9800 for Jump Rope for Heart! Thank you families!
Big Bend Elementary earns 2nd Place in Scholastic's National Book Fair Contest! BBES is proud to be one of 4 schools earning a second place in the Scholastic Book Fair’s Fall 2015 National Elementary Contest! Congratulations to Julie Kastello and the book fair committee who made it all possible. Our school earned 1000 Scholastic Dollars that will be used to create STEAM based MakerSpaces. Click here for more detailed information regarding the recognition.
Department of Veterans Affairs
Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 5000 W. National Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53295 Dear Students, On behalf of the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center patients and staff, we would like to extend our appreciation to you for your donation of Thank You letters for Veterans. It touches our Veterans hearts to know that they are thought of and remembered for the sacrifices they have made. Without your support, we could not provide for the smaller niceties that make hospitalization more bearable. The commitment you have shown to our patients demonstrates your concern for America's heroes, as well as the service our Veterans have given to our Country. Thank you for your continued support. Sincerely, Carrie Waschitz Chief, Voluntary Service
Eagleville awarded 3 MASD Education Foundation Grants
Congratulations to the Eagleville Elementary Science Clubs for being awared two grants to help purchase and launch a weather balloon. Also, congratulations to the staff of Eagleville for being awarded a third grant to help defray the construction cost of a classroom sized greenhouse on site. Thank you so much to the Education Foundation for their support of such great educational opporutunities for our students.
Eagleville Butterfly Garden
With the help some very dedicated parent volunteers as well as generous donations, Eagleville students were able to plant their first phase of the butterfly garden. The garden is being used to release monarch butterflies that the science clubs are raising in the classrooms and then tagging for tracking purposes. The classrooms each have four or five monarh butterfly caterpillars. The students feed the caterpillars milk weed leaves until they form chrysalises. When the butterflies emerge, they are tagged and released.
Solar Lanterns and Water Filtration Systems
In cooperation with the Eagleville PTO Spanish Team, the Eagleville learning community continues to collect monetary donations to purchase solar lanterns and water filtration systems for their sister school in Guatamala. Contact Eagleville at 262-363-6258 if you care to donate to this outreach program.
Google Expeditions spent a day at PVMS, allowing students to take virtual fieldtrips.
Great job to all of our Spelling Bee participants! Way to go showing your Cougar Character! Congratulations goes out to Nathan, Jacob, and Cooper will represent Clarendon at the District Spelling Bee on Friday, December 4th and Alex will be an alternate!
We met our goal of $13,000.00 in sales at the Scholastic Book Fair. Thank you to all who shopped over the lunch hours and in the evening during Grandparent Lunch Week. It was wonderful to see that in this age of electronic entertainment, children and their parents still love to read.
RHES PTO Cash for Our Kids Fundraiser Goal Met
PTO raised over $7,000 for Cash for Our Kids! Mrs. Blochowiak had to dye her hair a wacky color.
PVMS - PBIS School of Distinction
Park View was named a PBIS School of Distinction for the second year in a row.
Congratulations to Mrs. Boushley, Mr. Weiler, and Mr. Ponchik on receiving Staff Service Awards!
Big Bend Elementary finished 16th in the state in the annual Wisconsin Mathematics League contest. The test is given to select students in grades 6-8. Big Bend Elementary had 15 students in 5th grade and 15 students in 6th grade participating in the 35 question contest in February. John M. (1st place), Sara S., Emma H., Trenton J., and Kasey K. rounded out the top five participants from BBES.
Congratulations to our 2 semi-finalists in the Guinness World Records in Exactly 60 Words contest. We are so very proud of Alex and Grace!!
BBES finished in the top 15% of all schools in Wisconsin according to the DPI.
Screening for 3 and 4 year olds will take place on Wednesday, August 10th, 2016 and Thursday, August 11, 2016, at Rolling Hills Elementary School. Developmental areas to be screened include pre-readiness skills (short-term memory, the ability to attend and follow directions, knowledge of basic colors, etc.), speech and language, fine motor/gross motor skills, and vision/hearing. This screening is for Mukwonago Area School District residents only.There is no cost for the screening, but registration for screening is necessary. To register, call 363-6300, Ext. 24203, between 9:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. The screening process will take approximately forty-five minutes. The screening process is not a mandatory experience for children, but rather an opportunity for parents to have their child’s general development assessed. Speech therapists will be available to screen for speech concerns and can answer questions prior to the start of 4K. Screening is part of the MASD's Child Find process to identify students with developmental delays. The MASD Child Find notice may be found on the Pupil Services website at www.masd.k12.wi.us.
MOVING MUKWONAGO FORWARD
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