Superintendent
School District of Monroe
Monroe, WI

SUPERINTENDENT
School District of Monroe
Monroe, Wisconsin

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Position Available: 
Superintendent of Schools
School District of Monroe

Address:
925 16th Avenue Suite 3
Monroe, Wisconsin 53566

Schools:

  • Abraham Lincoln Elementary  K4-5
  • Northside Elementary K-5
  • Parkside Elementary K4-5
  • Monroe Middle School 6-8
  • Monroe High School 9-12

Communities Served:
City of Monroe, Townships of Monroe, Sylvester, Clarno, Jefferson, Cadiz, Jordan, Washington, Adams, Mount Pleasant and the Village of Browntown

Qualifications:
Hold or be eligible for the Wisconsin District Administrator Certification
Successful Administrative Experience

Advisors to The Board:
SCHOOL EXEC CONNECT
Dr. Gerald Freitag  414-534=0810  freitagg604@aol.com
Dr. JoAnn Sternke  262-695-2156  jasternke@gmail.com

Fast Facts:

  • Enrollment  2481   K4-12
  • District Demographics
    White                          88.4%
    Hispanic                      8.4%
    Asian                            0.6%
    African American       1.3%
    American Indian        0.1%
    Two or More Races     2.5%
    Students with Disabilities       13.4%
    Economically Disadvantaged      41.5%
    Limited English Proficient              2.9%
  • District has received an EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS on its State Report Card
  • Has successfully passed referendums to support programs and innovations for students
  • Success Through Innovation
    • Aligned by Design-data based decision making for course selection and career planning
    • Alternative Learning Options-Bauer Learning Center technology-based flexible learning program
    • Community Partnerships
    • Project Lead the Way-Innovative and rigorous STEM curriculum
    • Response to Intervention-realized increase student achievement and reduction in special education placement
  • 1:1 deployment of IPads at Monroe Middle School
  • 1:1 deployment of Chromebooks at Monroe High School
  • On-going learning and growth as a professional is a priority for all staff
  • Coaching and support to develop instructional practices that work
  • State of the Art Performing Arts Center
  • Multiple service projects at all grade levels
  • Wide variety of anti-bullying initiatives at all levels
  • Integration of increased educational opportunities for students
  • Dual Credit options-ability to gain college credit while in high School

Financial Information:
2016/17   Operating Fund Budget:  $28,935,457
2016/17   Per Pupil:  $13,508 (Excludes Fund 27 and Debt Service)
2016 Tax Rate:  $11.75

Organizational/Union Affiliation of Teachers and Support Staff:
Monroe Education Association-WEAC (Capital Area Uniserv South)
Monroe Association of Support Staff-WEAC (Capital Uniserv South)

Salary Offered:
Regionally Competitive

District Website:
www.monroeschools.com

Search Calendar:  (The Board Reserves the Right to Adjust the Schedule)

  • Accepting Applications Through:    January 27, 2017
  • Selected Candidate Names Taken to the Board:   February 20, 2017
  • Board First Interviews:    February 27-March 3, 2017
  • Board Second Interviews:    Week of March 13, 2017
  • Board Action on New Superintendent:    March 27, 2017
  • Superintendent Start Date:    July 1, 2017

Application Process:
Apply for the Position through the SCHOOL EXEC CONNECT website
Submit Required Credentials through the SCHOOL EXEC CONNECT website

Applicants are asked not to contact School Board members directly.