You've probably heard about the last Spain trip MHS went on; would you like to travel to Spain in 2018 with other MHS students and teachers? Now is your opportunity! Click here for all of the information!
Electronic communication/listening devices are allowed in classrooms during the school day but only with teacher’s permission. Students are allowed to listen to music during passing time as long as they are only using one earphone.
Internet usage, including but not limited to texting and surfing, will be reserved for the student’s lunch period, study hall, and passing time. If the BYOD policy is violated, your electronic device will be confiscated. You will need to pick it up in the Associate Principals’ office after school. This will be your one and only warning. If a second violation occurs, a parent or guardian will have to pick up the electronic device during normal school hours, a behavioral referral will be issued and the student will be assigned a 2-hour after school detention.
At no time will an electronic device be allowed to be on or in sight in a locker room or restroom. If in violation, the electronic device will be confiscated immediately and 2-hour detention will be assigned immediately.
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Vote HERE for Andy Wegner for CINTAS Nat'l Janitor of the Year! His school could earn $5K! Unlimited voting; let's get Mr. Andy the win!
Interested in working a food service job or a summer buildings and grounds job? Submit a district support staff application by April 15th.
Are you a creative, innovative student? Enjoy Camp Invention this summer! Internship opportunities for older students too! MORE
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.
Prescription opiate and heroin addiction can touch any community. These resources can be a helpful start if you suspect a child is using drugs. LINK
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.
Mukwonago town area named third safest city in Wisconsin! READ MORE
To keep MASD taxpayers informed re: school spending, see MASD letter re: Waukesha Co. revenue limits per member (i.e. per student).