Menomonee Falls is a northwest suburb of Milwaukee. The District enjoys strong community support of their six public schools—one high school, one middle school, and four elementary schools – and the support of its Community Education and Recreation Department. The District has 561 faculty members, with 224 carrying a Master’s Degree. The 2014 graduation rate was 98.2 percent. We share strong family values, high expectations for our schools and a common goal to prepare all students for college, workforce and career. The School District of Menomonee Falls has earned international acclaim for its continuous improvement process model that allows students and staff to contribute to their own learning with the self-analysis tools that some of the most successful businesses have used for years. We are dedicated to problem solving quickly, implementing small, and testing the impact before we make larger decisions for the system. Our employees enjoy a collaborative and supportive learning culture, and our robust commitment to professional development and training maximizes talent from within. We are Pursuing Excellence One Student at a Time with a focus on individualized learning.
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Riverside Elementary kindergarten teacher Angie Sardina discusses the quality improvement tool called the plan, do, study act (PDSA) with her students as State Superintendent Tony Evers observes.
The willingness to let employees step out of their comfort zones and explore other aspects of the work they do. Not strict to the point of where you can't voice your opinions.
I love the people I work with and the children I help every day.
Their caring attitude towards the staff and children in the district.
I work with a dedicated, driven team of leaders and workers.
The people I work with are great people who really care about each other, including the supervisors.