School District of Monroe
Monroe, WI

School District of Monroe
Monroe, Wisconsin


Position Available: 
Superintendent of Schools
School District of Monroe

925 16th Avenue Suite 3
Monroe, Wisconsin 53566


  • 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

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

Advisors to The Board:
Dr. Gerald Freitag  414-534=0810
Dr. JoAnn Sternke  262-695-2156

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:

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.