Mequon-Thiensville School District


Communicating effectively with stakeholders is a shared responsibility among all staff members within the Mequon-Thiensville School District. The role of the communication department is to inspire, inform, and build trust among stakeholders through effective practices and authentic two-way communication.

Communication Overview


Our public website is used to provide information and resources to current families, prospective families and community members. The website includes news and announcements, information about academic programming and support, and resources such as contact information, school calendars, and menus. Additionally, information regarding the board of education, including policies, meeting agendas and minutes are available. Visit our Transparency Center to learn more about our student demographics, staffing trends, finances and more.

School Newsletters

Elementary and Middle Schools share weekly or bi-monthly updates with parents via a school-specific emailed newsletters. Newsletters include school news, updates, and information about upcoming dates and events.

Social Media

Follow the Mequon-Thiensville School District's Facebook page and Twitter account to see videos, pictures, and stories of what’s happening in our schools and classrooms.


We believe that communication works two ways. If you have a question, please feel free to contact the school or district personnel. Not sure who to contact? Please fill out a simple form and we'll make sure the correct individuals are notified and are able to address your question.


Mequon Thiensville Today Magazine

The school district collaborates with the City of Mequon and Village of Thiensville to produce a community magazine three times annually. The Mequon Thiensville Today magazine is distributed to all community residents and businesses.

Community Information

The communication department collaborates with administrators and staff members to produce annual reports to the community regarding academic performance, finances, initiatives, and more.

Emergency Communication

Parents are made aware of critical information such as school closings or other vital information through email or a combination of phone, email, and SMS (text) messaging.

Jennifer Flierl

Jennifer Flierl
Executive Director of Communications & Engagement

Molly Loucks

Molly Loucks
Educational Services & Communications Administrative Assistant