SDMF Awarded $131,808 from State Safety Grant

The School District of Menomonee Falls has been awarded $131,808 from the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) School Safety Grant program, administered by the DOJ’s Office of School Safety.  The SDMF was one of 147 schools and school districts approved in the most recent round of grants that will receive a combined total of $10,253,487…

CE&Rec Leadership Team Earns National Certification

Menomonee Falls Community Education & Recreation (CE&Rec), a division of the School District of Menomonee Falls, is committed to excellence and providing quality programs for all in the community. Earlier this year, every member of the CE&Rec leadership team achieved certification as a Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) by the National Certification Board (NCB)…

CAPP Program Increases Chances of Survival

Tanner Trombley, MFHS Class of 2017, is a survivor. Not only did he survive his first year at UWM, but he survived and passed Intermediate Accounting. But wait, there’s more. Trombley didn’t just pass Intermediate Accounting, he earned the highest score out of 100 students on both final exams,100 percent, and 98.4 percent, and also…

Welcome Message from Corey Golla, Superintendent of Schools

I am excited to begin my tenure serving as superintendent of schools in Menomonee Falls.  I’ve had the great fortune to serve here for the past six years alongside gifted and dedicated professionals who work tirelessly to help every student find the path to live the life they imagine.

SDMF Receives National Recognition

The School District of Menomonee Falls was recently recognized by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) for district and school communication efforts. Falls Schools received an Award of Excellence for its website fallsschools.org, an Award of Merit for the video “Find Your Future in the Falls” and an Honorable Mention for the publication “We are…

Swanson Kieser named New Director of Communications and Community Outreach

MENOMONEE FALLS (6/7/18) — Amy Swanson Kieser has been named the new Director of Communications and Community Outreach for Falls Schools. Amy will lead the district communication team to engage the community to provide the information and an accurate understanding of the accomplishments across the district.  This role will ensure that all district communication, marketing and…

MFHS rallies for Team Austin

Every spring, the Business Academy Capstone along with National Honor Business Society creates a Service Learning Project.  This year, the students decided to support freshman, Austin Trzebiatowski, who was recently diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, by hosting a fundraiser. The students studied Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and created short presentations on this form of childhood cancer. …

Lending a Paw to Students at North Middle School

When the bell rings at North Middle School, students and staff fill the hallways, hustling to their next class.  But they always have time to stop and say hello to Dug. Dug, the 3 year old black lab, serves as a comfort dog at North Middle School.  Owner Julie Poetzel, a science teacher at North,…

Students Spread Kindness in the Falls

Keep your eyes open around Menomonee Falls for some colorful words of kindness.   The 3rd-5th graders at Valley View Elementary School began a Kindness Rock Project this month, bringing art into the community.  Led by Laura MacLeod, Art Teacher at Valley View, the students designed colorful rocks with a message of positivity or kindness. “The rocks…

Menomonee Falls High School Among 2018 Best High Schools in the US

Menomonee Falls High School has earned the U.S. News & World Report Silver Award in the 2018 Best High Schools Ranking. With a 96% graduation rate, MFHS is ranked #39 out of 110 Wisconsin High Schools, the top 8% in the state. U.S. News identified schools that best serve all student and assessed how prepared…

Riverside Elementary Students Place on Honor Roll in Nationwide Math Contest

Three Riverside Elementary 4th Graders earned a spot on the Honor Roll in the nationwide Noetic Learning Math Contest (NMLC). The NLMC is a semiannual problem solving contest for elementary and middle school students. The goal of the competition is to encourage students’ interest in math, to develop their problem solving skills, and to inspire them…