The Mequon-Thiensville School District strives to engage students, staff, parents, and community members in awareness and pride in the work of our students, staff members and schools. We seek to inform, listen and engage with our school families and the Mequon-Thiensville community through a variety of communication tools.
- Phone, Email & Text
- Ask MTSD
- Teacher/Parent Communication
- Social Media
- Mequon Thiensville Today Magazine
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.
Parents may receive email from their child's school and from the district regarding important announcements, academic updates, and events. 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.
Teachers embrace parents as partners in education. To keep parents informed, teachers will send emails or call parents with information about class activities and student progress. Parents and teachers have the opportunity to connect in-person during parent-teacher conferences, but teachers welcome communication with parents at anytime.
Elementary and middle schools share weekly or bi-monthly updates with parents via a school-specific email newsletter. Newsletters include school news, updates, and information about upcoming dates and events.
The school district sends a monthly e-newsletter to parents and members of the community. All are welcome to sign up for the Momentum newsletter, or view archived editions.
We provide the following resources for parents to access your child's academic records and to receive information from the district and your child's school.
- Student Information System: Infinite Campus
- College and Career Planning: Naviance Student (Grades 6-12)
Infinite Campus is a web-based, secure student information system (SIS) providing families with access to to student records including attendance, daily announcements and grades.
Parents have access to family accounts where they can have access to all information regarding their child or children. The parent portal provides the following information:
- Ongoing grades and assignments (grades 4-12)*
- Report cards and transcripts
- School and co-curricular fees
- Online fee payment
- Daily and period attendance
- Student schedules (middle school and high school)
- Health information - Immunization records
- Transportation routes
- District and school announcements
*The grading system for elementary students in grades 4K-3 is standards-based and does not align with the Infinite Campus gradebook.
Students in grades 6-12 have access to their own Infinite Campus student portal account where they see grades, assignments, and announcements.
We are excited to inform you Infinite Campus has two new and improved mobile apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). You can now go to your app store on your mobile device to download your free app for real-time access to attendance, schedules, grades (4th-12th grade), and more. If you are using the old Infinite Campus app, please download the new app. The old app will be removed from the app store in June 2019.
Naviance Student is an online, comprehensive tool that organizes and documents milestones related to a student's individual success plan.
A Student Success Plan is an individualized profile of strengths, interests and milestones created by each student in collaboration with their school counselor, teachers, other staff members, and their parent or guardian. This begins in the 6th grade and continues through 12th grade. A Success Plan is designed to help all students actively plan for their future, and to achieve their post high school educational and career goals. Students are provided assistance in setting goals for social, physical, and academic growth, meeting rigorous learning expectations in the classroom, and exploring post high school education and career interests.