Wausau School District
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|Wausau School District|
Educating for the future, one child at a time.
|415 Seymour Street, Wausau, WI
|Superintendent||Dr. Kathleen Williams|
|Color(s)||Purple, White, Gold|
|Website||Wausau School District homepage|
The Wausau School District is a public school district serving the Wausau metropolitan area, including the City of Wausau and the Towns of Rib Mountain, Wausau, Stettin, and Texas. It contains two high schools, two middle schools, 14 elementary schools, and one alternative high school.
- Franklin Elementary
- Grant Elementary
- Hawthorn Hills Elementary
- Hewitt Texas Elementary
- Jefferson Elementary
- G.D. Jones Elementary
- A.C. Kiefer Elementary
- Lincoln Elementary
- Maine Elementary
- Rib Mountain Elementary
- John Marshall Elementary
- Riverview Elementary
- South Mountain Elementary
- Stettin Elementary
- Horace Mann Middle School 
- John Muir Middle School
Schools No Longer Existing
- Humbolt School, built in 1873-74
- Washington School, built in 1889
- Franklin School, built in 1883
- Lincoln School, built in 1883
- Columbia School, built in 1885
- Longfellow School, built in 1894; now administrative offices for the school district
- Wausau High School and Wausau Senior High, built in 1898 and renovated in 1936, 1951, 1961, and 1986. The old building is now an apartment complex.
- Horace Mann Junior High, demolished in 1984, rebuilt on 13th and Sells Streets as Horace Mann Middle School in 1993.
- Marathon County Training School for Teachers, built in 1889; the University of Wisconsin–Marathon County now occupies the site.
No Child Left Behind performance
The No Child Left Behind Act sets standards for school districts throughout the country.
The Wausau School District is currently not identified as "in need of improvement" by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
|Other Academic Indicator||Satisfactory||Satisfactory||Satisfactory||Satisfactory|
|Met Annual Progress||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
- Charles Zarnke, Wisconsin politician, was janitor for the school district after he left office
- "A Adequate Yearly Progress Review Summary". Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Retrieved 2008-07-02.