With the closing of school buildings in the coming weeks, the District will still be providing free and reduced lunches to qualifying students. Lunches will be available for drive thru pick-up between the weekday hours of 10 AM and 1PM each day during the weeks of school closings and between 3PM and 5PM on Tuesday and Wednesday for the following day(s). Lunches can be picked up for multiple days for multiple students if pre-ordered.
Lunch pick-up will take place at Port Washington High School’s PAC/Auditorium Entrance.
Here are the steps to access lunches:
- Please call our Food Service Director at 262-268-5541 or email him at email@example.com us to order meals
- Please provide each of the students names, school they attend and grade level
- The number of days of meals
- The anticipated time for pick-up
Meals will be available during the time frames listed above for pick-up even without contacting us ahead of time, however multiple days of meals may not be available.
Meals will meet Federal Meal Program standards.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Clark at the contact numbers above, or me.
Jim Froemming, Director of Business Services
Port Washington-Saukville School District
100 W Monroe St
Port Washington, WI 53074
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Welcome to our website, the Port Washington-Saukville School District, and this very special place. We are extremely proud of our students, their accomplishments, and their service to our communities. They are a wonderful group of young men and women. Please spend some time reviewing our new website, because it contains some useful information about our students and programs. Please follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn.
We continue to hold high expectations for our students and staff members as we again score above the state average in all standardized tests including the new Forward Exam and the ACT suite. Also, all our school buildings met or exceeded expectations on the state report card. We offer 12 Advanced Placement (AP) courses at the high school for college credit. We again had a large number of AP scholars, with more students taking the ACT test, and our overall score exceeding the state average.
Student mental health is a significant concern across the country. Our District has emerged as a leader in providing services and support to students who struggle with mental health issues. We have been asked to make several state and national presentations about the programming we have developed to support our students’ mental health, which in-turn assists them in better focusing on learning in the classroom. We have a 50-member community-wide Mental Health Committee that meets on a regular bases to develop specific action steps to help our students and support parents.
As you know, we have a very special place here because of the quality of our staff members and their caring attitude and dedication to our students and parents. When you walk into any of our five buildings, you can feel the positive energy, camaraderie, excitement, and pride. Our nine member School Board has been responsible for providing positive, student focused leadership for successful student learning.
Technology education and career readiness continue to be major focus areas. Consequently, we have a large community-wide partnership with over 40 industrial, manufacturing, and business partners. Also, we have developed innovative and pilot education programs with Concordia University and MATC. Many of our students are job-shadowing, doing internships, taking tours, and learning from real-life career experiences. We were selected by the Department of Public Instruction to be one of the 25 school districts across the state to pilot the Academic Career Readiness Program for our 6th through 12th grade students.
Our school district took on a major construction project to remodel and rebuild a like-new high school, and add additional classrooms and a secure entrance to Dunwiddie Elementary School because of the increasing elementary enrollments. Construction began in 2016, and was completed ahead of schedule and on budget. The High School developed into a “show-case” educational facility. Consequently many other school districts and class reunions have been touring the school. Students are thrilled with the new, brighter, and welcoming spaces. We have also started seeing our student enrollments increase because of the expanding programing we are now able to offer. The Board thanks the community for their support in the passage of the referendum in April, 2015.
As you can see, we have a very exciting school year ahead as we continue to build for the future and help all of our students become successful and productive citizens. We continue to focus on our theme: “Every single day, every moment of the day, every child is better off because of his/her interactions with every staff member.”
This has been a brief summary of the many opportunities for our students. Please browse our website and visit us on Facebook and LinkedIn to learn more, and you will quickly become aware of why this is such a very special place for our students to learn, grow, and thrive.
Michael R. Weber, Ph.D.
Superintendent of Schools
PWSSD TEMPORARY School & District Office Hours
Beginning Wednesday, March 18th, all school offices and the District Office will be staffed between the hours of 8am and 2pm. All School offices will be closed the week of March 23rd, reopening March 30th. The District Office will be open the week of the 23rd, from 8am to 2pm.
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM TJ/HS All That Jazz Concert 4:30-7:30PM at PWHS
6:30 PM TJ JPG Meeting 6:30PM
6:00 PM LES Movie Night 6PM
7:00 PM HS Acapocalypse 7PM in PAC
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM HS Acapocalypse 7:30AM-4:30PM
April 6, 2020
April 7, 2020
April 8, 2020
6:30 PM DES DPC Meeting 6:30PM
6:30 PM LES PALS Meeting 6:30PM
April 9, 2020
April 10, 2020
April 13, 2020