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Online Enrollment Window Now Open

The enrollment window is now open for the 2020-21 academic year! The window to complete the online enrollment process is open Friday, May 15 through Saturday, August 1. We ask that you please complete online enrollment for your child by August 1, 2020. Check your email for complete details and instructions.

The enrollment window is now open for the 2020-21 academic year! The window to complete the online enrollment process is open Friday, May 15 through Saturday, August 1. We ask that you please complete online enrollment for your child by August 1, 2020. 

To enroll online, one parent or guardian will need to enter the information listed below. (In cases of resident students with more than one home address on record, the parent or guardian who completes the enrollment must reside in Mequon or Thiensville.) If your information has not changed since the 2019-20 school year, you will simply be required to confirm your information.

  • Household contact information, including address(es) and phone number(s)

  • Contact information for primary and secondary contacts, including work and mobile phone number(s) and email address(es)

  • Student information, including medical conditions and updated care plans (Forms available at www.mtsd.k12.wi.us/healthplans)

  • Bus transportation preferences

To begin the online enrollment process, please log in to your Infinite Campus Parent portal account. In the left side navigation click “More,” and then “Online Registration.” Follow the prompts to complete online enrollment. To see a visual guide for navigating the online enrollment process, please visit www.mtsd.k12.wi.us/HowToEnroll

  • The process should take 5-10 minutes per child for returning families.

  • We recommend completing this on a desktop computer rather than a mobile device.

  • Make sure the pop-up blocker is turned off on your web browser.

Visit www.mtsd.k12.wi.us/InfiniteCampus for additional information and answers to frequently asked questions regarding the online enrollment process, including username and password questions. 

If you have general questions regarding enrollment and registration in MTSD, please contact your school office. 

Donges Bay: Dana Orozco - dorozco@mtsd.k12.wi.us 

Oriole Lane: Cherrie Raimann - craimann@mtsd.k12.wi.us 

Wilson: Stephanie Johnson - sjohnson@mtsd.k12.wi.us 

Lake Shore: Judy Rennicke - jrennicke@mtsd.k12.wi.us 

Steffen: Carole Giersch - cgiersch@mtsd.k12.wi.us 

Homestead: Lori Pedrick - lpedrick@mtsd.k12.wi.us 

 

We look forward to a great 2020-21 school year!

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New Science Curriculum in Full Swing

Dimensions is a truly hands on curriculum and 8th grade science students had to use the Engineer Design Process to design a way to have evidence to support how scientists can use data to predict landslides and natural disasters.

Dimensions is a truly hands on curriculum and 8th grade science students had to use the Engineer Design Process to design a way to have evidence to support how scientists can use data to predict landslides and natural disasters.
Students had to model the relationship between rainfall, hill slope, and landslides.
 

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Lake Shore Middle School Welcomes Japanese Visitors

On Monday, October 14, Lake Shore and Steffen Middle Schools each hosted a special assembly to celebrate 20 years of collaboration and friendship with Japanese students from Tomisato, Japan. Each year approximately 8-10 Japanese middle schoolers travel to Mequon-Thiensville through the exchange program to stay with a host family and experience life as an American student.

On Monday, October 14, Lake Shore and Steffen Middle Schools each hosted a special assembly to celebrate 20 years of collaboration and friendship with Japanese students from Tomisato, Japan. Each year approximately 8-10 Japanese middle schoolers travel to Mequon-Thiensville through the exchange program to stay with a host family and experience life as an American student. The group spends nearly a week in Mequon attending school, visiting local museums, and touring the Mequon fire and police departments before traveling to Chicago for their return flight home.

The Tomisato International Exchange is led by Mrs. Kawano, who created the program as a way to repay the kindness she received from American soldiers who taught her English in her Japanese hometown nearly 70 years ago. Interested students complete an application and undergo an interview before being selected to travel to America. Throughout the years, more than 200 students have visited Mequon-Thiensville as part of the exchange program, providing an invaluable lesson in friendship, learning, and celebrating diverse cultures.

To see more photos from the presentations at both Lake Shore and Steffen, visit the MTSD District Facebook page.

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