Muskego-Norway School District

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Muskego-Norway School District
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Muskego, Wisconsin as well as nearby Norway, Wisconsin
Type Public School
Motto Every student learning, growing . . . succeeding.
Superintendent Kelly Thompson
Staff 19
Faculty 327
Grades K-12
Number of students 4,841 (2008-2009)
Athletics conference WIAA Classic 8 Conference
Accreditation North Central Accreditation
Phone 262-971-1800

The Muskego-Norway School District is a school district in southeastern Wisconsin that serves students in the Waukesha County suburb of Muskego, part of Norway, a small part of New Berlin, and most of Wind Lake. The district, at approximately 42 square miles (110 km2) in area, is one of the larger districts in the state,[citation needed] with an enrollment of nearly 4,900 students in five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. There are about 327 teachers and 19 administrators employed by the district.


School Grades
Country Meadows Elementary School K-4
Lakeview Elementary School K-4
Mill Valley Elementary School K-4
Muskego Elementary School K-4
Tess Corners Elementary School K-4
Bay Lane Middle School 5-8
Lake Denoon Middle School 5-8
Muskego High School 9-12

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