As a school community, the Mequon-Thiensville School District is thrilled to kick off the construction phase of our facilities project. We invite you to click here to press play on our virtual celebration and share in the excitement as we look forward to seeing these district-wide improvements come to life. Thank you to our student and principal participants, and the Mequon-Thiensville community for its support!
News & Updates
MTSD is one of three school districts in Wisconsin to maintain a top Aaa bond rating per Moody's Investors Service.
MTSD’s credit position is extremely strong, and its Aaa rating far surpasses the median rating of Aa3 for school districts in the United States.
“The continuation of our Aaa bond rating speaks directly to the strength of our community, and the fiscal responsibility ingrained in our daily operations,” said Sarah Viera, executive director of business services. “This rating gives the district access to historically low interest rates, allowing more resources to be allocated to our facility projects, directly benefiting the students of the Mequon-Thiensville School District.”
On January 14, 2021, all MTSD parents and guardians were invited to attend a special event focusing on educational equity in the Mequon-Thiensville School District, facilitated by Dr. Alicia Moutry and Dr. R. Kweku Smith.
The pre-registration window for four-year-old kindergarten and new kindergarten students is opening soon. The purpose of pre-registration is to get a good idea of 4K enrollment projections in order to develop class rosters and determine staffing. Families can also indicate their morning or afternoon class preference, and gather some useful information.
The pre-registration window will open on March 1, 2021 and close on May 1, 2021.
On Monday, October 26 the Mequon-Thiensville School District announced that, due to an increased number of confirmed COVID-19 cases and a delay in information from our local health department, Homestead High School would be shifting to a distance learning scenario for all students, effective Tuesday, October 27.
As positive student cases continued to be reported at Homestead throughout October 26 and 27, it was determined that the period of distance learning for all students would be extended, with a return to campus expected on Monday, November 9.