Staff vs. Students Tennis Showdown

Ms. Thomas was at it again at MFHS this week and challenged our staff district-wide to a tennis showdown with our girls tennis team. Here’s what she said: “I brazenly challenged some MFHS tennis players to a match vs. our administrative team and they are excited about the opportunity.  Other tennis team members are interested…

Board names MFPD & Wille Family as Distinguished Service Recipients

MENOMONEE FALLS (9/6/16) — The Board of Education for the School District of Menomonee Falls has selected the Menomonee Falls Police Department and Bob & Pat Wille as their Distinguished Service recipients for the 2016-2017 school year. They will be honored at the Sept. 12 annual meeting at MFHS Auditorium at 7 p.m. The public…

Taxpayers won’t see an increase from SDMF

MENOMONEE FALLS — The Board of Education for the School District of Menomonee Falls approved a preliminary budget on Aug. 22, and the good news is for the district’s taxpayers: There’s no increase to the mill rate, even with the approval of a $32.7 million referendum. The district’s budget hearing, where the community is invited…

We’re back: First Day in Photos

What’s better than the first day of school? The last, maybe, but it’s a distant second. We sent out our finest photogs (some of which are our very own students) to capture all of our first day adventures! Find your school here: Valley View First Day Photos Shady Lane First Day Photos Ben Franklin First…

8|24|16 Facilities Update

Our facilities team is working hard to wrap up their work before the school year starts in about a week! Here’s what they worked on last week, and don’t forget to check out the slideshow below: High School: Main gym wood and synthetic floor is almost finished. New water fill bubblers are being installed in…

Falls sits above state, national average for ACT

MENOMONEE FALLS (8/24/16) — This is the first time the state of Wisconsin is seeing ACT results from 100 percent of its graduates for the year, and students from Menomonee Falls sit above both the state and national average with a composite score of 22.3. “The graduating class of 2016 reflects the first class in…

Eisenbach named as BF interim AP

MENOMONEE FALLS (8/18/16) — Andy Eisenbach has been named the new interim principal for Ben Franklin for the 2016-17 school year. Eisenbach is transitioning from his role at Valley View elementary where he served as a physical education teacher. He has been in the district for nearly 20 years, working at Shady Lane, Riverside, Thomas…

Facilities Update 8|8|16

Our facilities team is hard at work this summer getting everything ready for the upcoming school year! Here’s what the team has been working on in the last week, and don’t forget to check out the gallery below! High School: New carpet and furniture was installed. Weight room weights were installed. Weight room painting and…

SDMF Breaks Record With AP Scholars

MENOMONEE FALLS (8/5/16) — The School District of Menomonee Falls has set yet another personal best with a recently announced 107 Advanced Placement Scholars. These AP scholars are students that take rigorous coursework during the school year and complete three or more advanced placement tests in spring and score a three or better. Of the…

OMG, It’s August?!?

The first day of school is coming up pretty darn quick! Just yesterday it seems like we were making summer plans, attending graduation parties and looking forward to wearing a lot of flip flops, right? As a parent you might be thinking, “Ok, so what do I all need to get done before Sept. 1?”…

WIAA Names Falls in Sportsmanship Award

MENOMONEE FALLS (8/3/16) – Menomonee Falls has taken home its third sportsmanship award in the last three years, this year the accolade goes to the boys summer baseball team and its fans. The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in partnership with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2016 Spring and Summer…

What’s Next: TJ & Hiawatha’s tear down

As you likely already know, Thomas Jefferson and Hiawatha are slated for demolition with the passing of the April 5th, 2016 referendum. Thank you for voting and providing your voice on our district’s future along with thousands of other citizens. An open house was held on June 24 and more than 100 people attended to…