Sheboygan Area School District

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Sheboygan Area School District
Sheboygan Area School District Logo.png
Learning Today. Leading Tomorrow.
Type and location
Type Public
Grades PK - 12
Location 830 Virginia Avenue
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
District information
Superintendent Joe Sheehan
Schools 26
Budget $147,235,273 (2013-14)
Students and staff
Students 10,232 (2014-15)
Staff 1,187 (2012-13)
Other information
Website sheboygan.k12.wi.us

Sheboygan Area School District is a school district in Sheboygan, Wisconsin that serves that city, the village of Cleveland, and the towns of Centerville, Mosel, Sheboygan and Wilson. It has about 1,187 teachers and other employees and about 10,232 students. Dr. Joe Sheehan is the superintendent.

The district comprises one early childhood school, 12 elementary schools, three middle schools, and two high schools. In addition, it operates several alternative programs, including Riverview Alternative Program for students at risk of dropping out, STRIVE Alternative Program (Sheboygan Transition through Reintegration and Involvement in Vocational and Education) for severely emotionally disturbed students, W.A.V.E. Alternative Program (Alternative Work, Academic and Vocational Education), Teen-Age Parent Program (TAPP) and Teenship I and II. Many of these programs are housed at the former Central High School building, which also serves as the home of the central district offices.

The high schools host their graduation ceremony in a combined fashion in the second week of June in Vollrath Park's natural bowl amphitheater, with North graduates sitting at the north end and South's graduates filling the south portion of the bowl. In the event of inclement weather, the ceremonies are held individually at the school's respective field houses.

Early childhood schools[edit]

  • Early Learning Center

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Cleveland (in the village of Cleveland, serves the residents of that village and the town of Mosel)
  • Cooper
  • Grant
  • Jackson
  • Jefferson
  • Longfellow
  • Lincoln-Erdman
  • James Madison
  • Pigeon River
  • Sheridan
  • Wilson

Middle schools[edit]

  • Farnworth Middle School
  • Urban Middle School
  • Horace Mann Middle School

High schools[edit]

Alternative programs[edit]

  • Jailbound Instruction
  • Adolescent Treatment Program (ATP)
  • Homebound and Hospitalbound Instruction

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