||The latest on the 2013-14 budget: Here's the latest updated document on the 2013-14 budget. See it here.
District honored nationally: Our quality improvement process is the first across the country on which a case study will be done by the Carnegie Foundation. Read more here.
Summer School registration starts April 15: Check out information on summer school here. Click here for a full list of offerings.
Community Budget Report: See our 2013-14 Community Budget Report here. We'll be updating this document as more information becomes available.
2013-14 calendar approved: The School Board on Feb. 25 approved the 2013-14 calendar. See it here.
Policy Committee, School Board to discuss physical education waiver: The School District's Policy Committee at its Feb. 25 meeting will discuss a proposal to allow students to waive their final semester of physical education in favor of taking advanced core courses. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at the school district. The School Board is expected to discuss the proposal at its 7 p.m. meeting the same night, but won't take action until at least March 11. See the proposal here, waiver here and policy here.
State budget impact and update: We are sharing our concerns about the state budget as a district with our local legislators, the Governor, Joint Finance Committee and Education Committee. See our cover letter here and our white paper here.
Freshman laptops and Youth Art Month: Check out our freshmen laptops program here and get the scoop on upcoming Youth Art Month here.
2013-14 proposed school calendar update: The School Board will discuss the 2013-14 proposed school calendar on Feb. 11 and may take action on it on Feb. 25. See the calendar here, frequently asked questions here and results from a parent survey on the calendar here.
For middle and high school parents: Our schools are participating in the Wisconsin Online Youth Risk Behavior Survey. See the parent letter here, frequently asked questions here, the sixth- and seventh-grade survey here, eighth-grade survey here and the high school survey here.
New Ben Franklin Principal hired: We're excited to announce we've hired a new principal at Ben Franklin Elementary School. See details here.
Oratorical contest: The Optimist Club of Menomonee Falls is holding an oratorical contest. See the flyer here and application here.
4-year-old kindergarten registration set for Feb. 6: Our 4-year-old kindergarten registration is scheduled from 5-8 p.m. on Feb. 6 at Ben Franklin Elementary School. Guided tours will be available, and a short presentation on the program will be at 6 p.m. It's also registration night for new 5-year-old kindergartners. A presentation is at 6:30.
2013-14 proposed school calendar: See the school district's proposed 2013-14 school calendar here. The district is seeking feedback on the calendar. School Board approval of the calendar is slated for mid-January.
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT UPDATES:
For updates click on the links below:
Grade 1 Objectives
Grade 2 Objectives
Grade 3 Objectives
Grade 4 Objectives
Grade 5 Objectives
Grade 6 Objectives
Grade 7 Objectives
Grade 10 Objectives
2012-13 budget approved: The School Board on Oct. 22 approved the 2012-13 budget. See documents here and here.
School report cards released: The state's new standardized test and the new system of measuring schools has been released today. See an explanation of the system and our schools' report cards here.
2011-12 Annual Report: See our 2011-12 annual report here.
Opening inservice video and program: Check out the video of the state of the system address and a clip from the lighter side, and the PDF of the PowerPoint from the Aug. 29 Opening Inservice. The video link is (copy and paste into your browser)
and the PowerPoint is here.
You can now pay school fees online: Paying school fees just got more convenient. Go to www.sdmfpayonline.org and pay online.
The 2012-13 Parent Handbook: Here's the 2012-13 Parent Handbook that meets some legal notification requirements. A registration form will ask parents that they've read this handbook. Copies are being emailed and mailed to families. The handbook can be read here.
District State Test Results show growth and improvement: Scores released by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction this week show School District of Menomonee Falls students continue to improve performance on the Wisconsin Knowledge & Concept Exams, with high percentages of students scoring proficient or advanced in math, reading, language arts, science and social studies. To view the School District's WKCE results click here. All school district WKCE data is available at: http://dpi.wi.gov/sig/index.html
Documents: Power Point
In partnership with family and community, the School District of Menomonee Falls provides the best personalized and comprehensive education so our students will be prepared for, and positively contribute to, a profoundly different future.