Husslein named CE&Rec Director

MENOMONEE FALLS  — Jason Husslein has been named the Director of Community Education & Recreation for the School District of Menomonee Falls.

Husslein has been working as the acting head of the department since December and has also served as a recreation supervisor in the district since 2005.

“The interview team was again impressed with the talent of our internal team members,” said Dr. Pat Greco, SDMF Superintendent. “The candidate pool was strong. The selection team was impressed with Jason’s vision for exceptional programming, community outreach, skills in building a strong team and deep commitment to our students, staff, parents and community.”

He has a Bachelor of Science from UWM in Kinesiology and has been a member of or served on: Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association, Board of Directors for Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association Aquatic Section, National Recreation & Park Association, Wisconsin After School Association, Wisconsin Community Education Association, School District of Menomonee Falls Wellness Committee, South East Park & Recreation Council and Community Memorial Hospital Alcohol Task Force

“I am excited for the opportunity to serve in the role of Director of Community Education & Recreation,” Husslein said. “As a lifelong resident of Menomonee Falls and 1998 graduate of MFHS, I am truly passionate about the community and the great things the District and the Department do.” 

Husslein is a life-long resident of Menomonee Falls, having graduated from MFHS in 1998. He started his career at CE&Rec in 1995 when he worked as a locker room attendant and ticket taker at the NMS pool. He resides in Menomonee Falls with his wife Gwen and new son.

“To be the director of the department I started in over 20 years ago is remarkable,” he said. “I truly worked my way through the system!  I work with a strong team in a great community.  Through continuous improvement, strong partnerships and community collaboration we will continue to enhance the quality of life for all by providing recreational, educational, and social opportunities.”


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