What are the daily time schedules for the schools?
Elementary: M,T,Th,F > 8:30 AM-3:35 PM; W > 8:30 AM-2:35 PM
Middle School: M,T,Th,F > 7:25 AM-2:31 PM; W > 7:25 AM-1:31 PM (period schedules)
High School: M,T,Th,F > 7:30 AM-2:45 PM; W > 7:30 AM-1:45 PM (period schedules)
State Report Cards?
School Report Cards which assess school performance can be found at https://apps2.dpi.wi.gov/reportcards/ (updated 1/1/14)
How many students attend Mukwonago Area Schools?
approx. 4,671 (8/2016)
How many schools are in the District?
Six elementary schools
One middle school (7-8)
One senior high school (9-12)
How many teachers?
How many National Board Certified Teachers do we have?
How large is the district?
90 square miles
Does every school have a hot lunch program?
Yes. Contact your school's main office for most current lunch prices.
Does the District offer free transportation to students living more than two miles from school?
Yes. Families living closer than two miles may contract for bus service.
What is the average ratio of full-time classroom teachers to students?
Grades K-6: 22 to 1
Grades 7-12: 25 to 1
How many counselors are available?
Grades K-6: 2
Grades 7-12: 6
How many schools have programs for gifted students?
All schools. Elementary schools share G/T Resource Teachers.
Are special education students mainstreamed into regular classrooms?
Yes, based on individual educational plans (IEP's).
Does the district offer any 3K or 4K programs?
MASD offers tuition-free 4K for interested families. AM and PM sessions are available; most sessions are around 2.5 hours. Additional care occuring before/after the 4K session is available at the location; rates are determined by the location provider. More information can be found on our 4K information page HERE.
Does the district offer before/after school childcare? Is there a cost?
MASD partners with local childcare providers to offer before and after school care in our schools. Students are not transported to another location. In most schools, before school care starts at 7 AM. After school care ends at 6 PM. Rates for before/after child care are arranged through the provider (either Kids Connection or YMCA; please call the school to determine which provider offers before/after school care for that building.)
Does the District use the following?
Library Media Specialists? --- YES, one full time in each building except EVES where librarians visit twice a week.
Team teaching? --- YES
Salaried aides who assist classroom teachers? --- YES
Parent volunteers? --- YES
Reading Specialists? --- YES
School psychologists? --- YES
Programs for exceptional children? --- YES, a continuum of programs is offered for ages 3-21.
Size of Schools (as of August, 2016)
Mukwonago HS, gr. 9-12 (1,635 students)
Park View MS, gr. 7-8 (751 students)
Big Bend, gr. K-6 (389 students)
Clarendon, gr. K-6 (498 students)
Eagleville, gr. K-6 (91 students)
Prairie View, gr. K-6 (324 students)
Rolling Hills, gr. K-6 (506 students)
Section, gr. K-6 (477 students)
The school district has been recognized by the Association of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce for our students' academic performance and the district's fiscal responsibility.
The district was named the first 'Governmental Agency of the Year' by the Waukesha County Executive based on our service to students, staff and the community and the district is one of only 15% of districts nation-wide to receive the What Parents Want Award.
Children At Risk
Programs are currently in place at the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th grade levels to give extra support to students experiencing academic difficulty. A work experience program is available for 11th and 12th graders.
Career and Technical Education
Mukwonago offers a wide range of courses in Business Education, Marketing, Industrial Technology, Family and Career Resources, I.T., and Health Occupations.
The community in June 1992 passed a 21 million-dollar referendum by almost a two-to-one margin to remodel and build additions to both the high school and middle school.
A 14 million-dollar elementary facility plan was approved in 1998. A new elementary school opened in 2000, and Clarendon Avenue Elementary was completely remodeled.
In 2007, the community approved a 15 million dollar maintenance referendum.
In April, 2016, the community approved a 49.5 million dollar referendum to renovate Mukwonago High School.
In 2016, Mukwonago was listed as the second safest city in the state of Wisconsin based on FBI crime statistics. Each school takes school safety seriously and has implemented a number of security measures. http://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-wisconsin-2016/
What are the school taxes on a $250,000 home?
$2,397.00 (based on full market value).
How are School Board members chosen?
Residents of the district elect board members for three-year terms in the spring election.
What communities are included in the Mukwonago Area School District?
Village of Big Bend, Town of Big Bend, Town of Vernon, Village of Mukwonago, Town of Mukwonago, parts of the Towns of Eagle, East Troy, Genesee, and Ottawa, part of the Village of North Prairie, and part of the City of Muskego.