Students, Staff, Community... Building Better Schools TogetherPlease enjoy our website. 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!
Congratulations to Mr. Andy for being nominated as of the top 10 janitors in the country through Cintas! We are all eagerly awaiting the results.
We would like to give a special shout out to Big Bend Elementary School for collectively finishing 20th in the 2017 6th grade Wisconsin Mathematics League contest. But a special congratulations is in order for Emmitt who individually finished 21st overall in the state. Way to go Emmitt!
SES Rotary Teacher of the Month
Mukwonago Rotary Club recognized Lindsey Smith as Teacher of the Month! Congratulations!
SES Staff Award Winner
Congratulations to Mrs. Jodie Kujawa as K-3 Educator of the Year award winner.
SES Staff Award Winner
Congratulations to Mr. Nate Johnson as 4-6 Educator of the Year award winner.
SES Staff Award Winner
Congratulations to Mrs. Olsen as Substitute of the Year Award winner.
8th Grade Kiwanis Winners
Congratulations Emily L., Emily G., and McKenzie Y. on being named Kiwanis student winners.
PVES Jump Rope for Heart
Prairie View raised $10,616.58 during their Jump Rope for Heart Campaign this year!
Congratulations to former Section students Elise, Hannah, and current student MaryAnn. They did an outstanding job representing their schools and the Mukwonago School District at the FIRST Lego League State Championship in Janesville. Their team (the “Wonder Petz”) won two awards: Innovative Solution Award and Global Innovation Award for their invention, the “Intellicollar”. They were nominated for two other awards: Robot Strategy & Innovation Award and Championship Award. In addition, they have been invited to the Legoland North American Open Competition in Carlsbad, CA in May.
Big Bend Elementary earns 2nd Place in Scholastic's National Book Fair Contest! BBES is proud to earn once again a second place in the Scholastic Book Fair’s Fall 2016 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 purchase books for the school library technology center. More detailed information regarding the recognition to come.
RHES Teacher Mrs. Ziegler Awarded Teacher of the Month
Congratulations to RHES's Reading Specialist Mrs. Ziegler on her award of Rotary's Teacher of the Month!
PVES Teacher Vicki Eckroth Teacher of the Month
Mukwonago Rotary Club recognized Vicki Eckroth as Teacher of the Month! Congratulations!
PVMS Geography Bee Winner!
Congratulation to David S. He will be competing at the state level in the National Geography Bee.
Eagleville earns Significantly Exceeds expectations! Click to view the 2015-2016 state report card.
Prairie View Elementary Significantly Exceeds expectations! Click to view the 2015-2016 state report card.
BBES earns an Exceeds Expectatons on the state report card!
Section scores at the highest level on newest state report cards - "Significantly Exceeds Expectations"
Congratulations to Elizabeth Nuccio on her nomination for the Trailblazer Spirit Award from the Institute for Personalized Learning. The award recognizes recipients who are transforming education and sharing what they are learning with others. Congratulations to Elizabeth for being nominated for this award.
Section Elementary is honored to receive notice that our IPLC program has been nominated for the Trailblazer Spirit Award from the Institute for Personalized Learning. The award recognizes recipients who are transforming education and sharing what they are learning with others. Congratulations to our IPLC program on being nominated for this award. .
RHES Student Council Raises $3900 for Adopt-a-Family
Student Council raised over $3900 to buy gifts for families in need. Thank you to all who contributed!
Cans, Bottles, Paper, Cardboard (lbs) Week 1: 260 pounds, Week 2: 46 pounds, Week 3: 54 pounds, Week 4: 65 pounds = Total 425 pounds Other materials Week 1: Compost 31 pounds, Week 2: Compost 42 pounds, Week 3: Compost 55 pounds, Week 4: Compost 43 pounds = Total 171 pounds
EVES Trick or Treat for Unicef
Way to go Eagleville students! Congratulations on collecting $500 for Trick or Treat for Unicef.
Eagleville's Annual Walk-A-Thon
Way to go Eagleville! We raised over $4,800 for the Walk-a-thon.
PVES Harvest Fest
This year's Harvest Fest raised over $5,000!
RHES PTO Raises over $6000 for our Playground
PTO's Pledge for our Playground raised over $6,000 for new equipment! Thank you!
PVMS has been recognized for the third consecutive year as a PBIS School of Merit!
Prairie View Elementary School is the first elementary Best Buddies chapter in Wisconsin.
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!
Mrs. Charli Kuehl has been selected as the recipient for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7221 Educational Teacher Recognition Award for 2015-2016.
Prairie View was recognized with the DPI School of High Progress Award for the 2016-2017 school year. This is the fourth consecutive year we have won this honor.
Scroll for K-12 Announcements
After more than two years of work by pilot teachers, reading specialists, and administrators, the Literacy Content Area Team is proposing new instructional materials for the elementary schools and middle school. For grades K-2, this includes the Superkids program, published by Zaner Bloser. For grades 3-8, this includes Units of Study, published by the Heinemann. The School Board will act on these recommendations on April 24 (grades K-2), May 8 (grades 3-6), and May 22 (grades 7-8). After School Board approval, these materials would then be used in classrooms throughout the district in Fall 2017. Parents and community members are invited to review the proposed literacy materials at the Mukwonago School District Office on weekdays from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.
School Board Election Results
Jill Werner wins Central Region. Andy Mahnke wins East Region. MASD thanks Don Cox and Tim Agoudemos for their service to our schools.
First Day of School Announced for 17-18 School Year
Mark your calendars! The first day of school for the 2017-2018 school year will be Monday, August 28th.
Screening for 3 and 4 year olds will take place on Wednesday, August 9, 2017 and Thursday, August 10, 2017, at Clarendon Avenue School. Developmental areas to be screened include pre-readiness skills (short-term memory, ability to attend and follow directions, knowledge of basic colors, etc.), speech and language, fine and gross motor skills, and vision and hearing. This screening is for Mukwonago Area School District (MASD) residents only. There is no cost for the screening, but registration is necessary. To register, call 262-363-6300 ext. 24203, between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM. The screening process will take approximately 45 minutes. The screening 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 and can answer questions prior to the start of 4K. It is a part of the MASD’s Child Find process to identify students with developmental delays. For more information, 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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