WAUWATOSA, WI — The Wauwatosa School District is inviting community members to provide their input as the District develops its updated strategic plan.
Stakeholders are encouraged to take a brief online survey, which is open until 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 17, 2022, regarding the areas of focus the District should prioritize in its strategic plan. At the end of the survey, respondents can indicate if they would like to participate further as a member of the District’s Strategic Planning Steering Committee.
“We encourage all stakeholders – including families, staff, students and community members – to help us focus our efforts around strategically planning for the future of the Wauwatosa School District,” said Dr. Demond Means, Superintendent. “This is an important process for our community and the children we serve, and it’s critical that the final strategic plan reflects the needs and desires of our educational community.”
The District’s new strategic plan will set the course for the next several years, developing effective strategies that will guide critical efforts across Wauwatosa’s public schools.
About Wauwatosa School District
Wauwatosa School District is a high achieving, forward-thinking, richly diverse public school district serving approximately 7,200 students and families. The District consists of 16 schools: 11 elementary schools, two middle schools, two high schools and the Wauwatosa Virtual Academy. Among these are two choice schools: Wauwatosa Montessori and Wauwatosa STEM, a charter school. A full STEM program is offered at Underwood Elementary and at both middle schools. Additionally, the District provides education for several county programs including Children’s Hospital and Vel R. Phillips Juvenile Youth and Family Justice Center. The educational community’s long history of excellence has been recognized both regionally and nationally.
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