Mequon-Thiensville School District

School Closure

On March 13, we announced that the Mequon-Thiensville School District would close for several weeks to help prevent the further spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community. On March 25, Governor Tony Evers ordered an extension to the school closures in our state. In keeping with this mandate, the current plan is to keep schools closed until at least Thursday, April 23. We will continue to keep you updated.

Learning at Home During School Closure

Visit our Distance Learning page to find more information about distance learning and access technology links to support students' continued enrichment and learning opportunities.

  • Distance Learning March 16-20: Planning for distance learning. Educator focus in this time of planning is to ensure that the teaching and learning we are designing is meaningful to students.
  • March 23-27: Spring break.
  • March 30: Students will begin to engage in distance learning. Students and/or families will receive information by 10 a.m.
  • April 10: Non-school day in observance of Good Friday.
  • April 13: Previously a non-school day on the calendar. Educators will make online enrichment options available for students, but regular lessons and teacher interaction are not expected.

What does this mean for our students and families?

Please continue to monitor the Centers for Disease Control, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department for the most current recommendations and information to keep you and your family safe.

District Communications to Families About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Experiencing tech troubles during online learning?

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Dos and Donts to prevent the spread of COVID-19