Biased Author of City’s “MPS Impact Statement” Revealed


Marva Herndon and Larry Hoffman testify on behalf of Schools and Communities United before the Milwaukee Common Council’s Steering & Rules Committee.

The fox was let into the henhouse.

Charter schools that aren’t part of a public school district can pose a great risk because the funding diverted to them can eventually bring down the district. The Milwaukee Common Council recently passed an ordinance that requires the city’s Charter School Review Committee (CSRC) to produce an Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) financial impact statement for any new charter school they authorize for approval.

The Next Door Foundation school recently applied for a city charter under this new policy.

CSRC staffer Jarett Fields was tasked with the responsibility of researching and writing the very first impact statement to help inform the committee members before making their decision. Fields, who at the time was employed by Marquette’s Institute for Transformational Learning, presented it at the April 4 meeting of the CSRC. Fields’s statement and verbal explanation of it seemed to deliberately minimize the effects the new charter would have on MPS.

The CSRC voted to approve the new charter school and recommend it to the Common Council’s Steering and Rules Committee, which has oversight over the CSRC. But in testimony at the June 2 Steering and Rules hearing, a Schools and Communities United representative pointed out that the statement was incomplete and failed to provide sources for its information. Thankfully at that hearing Alderman Tony Zielinski and author of the impact statement legislation, Ald. Nik Kovac, discovered the real author of the statement — the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL), a right wing, Bradley Foundation funded, anti-public education group!


That’s right, the same group that takes millions of dollars from the Bradley Foundation to end public schools was allowed to write the first MPS Impact Statement. A study by One Wisconsin Institute states:

In service of the goals of its benefactor, WILL has undertaken an aggressive campaign of actual and threatened litigation to ward off scrutiny of and crackdowns on voucher program abuses, to force taxpayers to underwrite transportation for private school voucher students and to advocate for further expansion of the voucher program in the media and with the release of pseudo-science.

Just last week a “report” that WILL released a while back in support of charter schools was debunked by actual researchers. How are Wisconsin policy makers, taxpayers, educators, and administrators able to make informed decisions about the future of public education when every step of the way WILL muddies the debate with an aggressive agenda aimed at destroying public education.

Jarett Fields, clearly unable to understand the factors involved in school finance or the data provided by the Department of Public Instruction, or MPS,  did not turn to any other Wisconsin education expert for assistance, but instead turned to WILL to write the statement. Fields recently resigned his position as staffer for the CSRC.

Milwaukee City Charter Rocketship “Bleeding Money” to Tune of Two Million Dollars

MMAC President Tim Sheehy at the grand opening of Rocketship in Milwaukee.

MMAC President Tim Sheehy, who according to Rocketship’s website, sits on the charters board of directors.

According to testimony from Carl Cira of M. L. Tharps & Associates, an auditor contracted by the City of Milwaukee, the private charter school Rocketship Southside Community Prep is running a massive deficit. Cira delivered this shocking financial report on Rocketship to the May 25th Charter School Review Committee (CSRC) meeting at City Hall. A recently completed financial audit revealed the charter is running a cumulative deficit of $1.4 million and a projected deficit of an additional $700,000 through the 2016-17 school year.

Cira’s testimony on Rocketship’s financial situation started with his reflecting, “Rocketship: A school I have some concerns about, because, they’re bleeding money, that would be my honest assessment.” CSRC member Joyce Mallory interrupted, “Who lets them pass a budget, with that kind of a deficit?”

Sadly the answer is the CSRC and the City. This financial malfeasance would not be possible in a traditional locally controlled public school accountable to a democratically elected school board, but it seems to happen all the time in the City’s private charter school district. This new revelation comes on top of financial problems already documented at City charter schools including at North Point Lighthouse Academy earlier this year.  Now Rocketship has emerged as the latest example of what happens when public dollars go to these unaccountable charter schools.  Watch video of the CSRC interaction below.

Like Lighthouse, Rocketship in Milwaukee is a franchise – part of a national charter school chain. Although franchisees claim that their parent company will bail them out when deficits occur, that was not the case with Lighthouse.

According to Cira, Rocketship claims its enrollment will increase next year to a point that will make the deficit disappear by the end of the 2016-17 schools year. But that claim doesn’t appear to be realistic. When it opened in 2013, its goal was to enroll 650 students. It started 2014-15 with 435 students. By June the number was 393. Its current enrollment is 420 students. Rocketship’s stated goal was to open eight K-5 schools in Milwaukee by 2017, serving up to 5,000 students. That goal has been drastically scaled back.

City of Milwaukee Charter Rocketship “Bleeding Money” to Tune of Two Million Dollars from MTEA Union on Vimeo.

An MPS Teacher’s Open Letter to Chris Abele

Mr. Abele,

Dr. Means has publicly stated that MPS needs to be gutted; in other words, destroyed. I invite him to start with my classroom, which is located in one of the 53 buildings that has been made available for takeover by the state legislature.

I’m happy to take home my classroom library of 5oo plus books and all the other teaching materials that I have purchased. I’ll also remove everything else purchased with my own money: classroom sets of scissors, markers, colored pencils, glue, and dry erase markers; staplers, paper clips, tape, Post-it notes and pencil sharpeners; cleaning supplies; science lab materials; Kleenex and first aid supplies. That leaves you with a Smartboard purchased with Title III funds, a 5 year old desktop computer, an 8 year old laptop, student tables and chairs, a filing cabinet marked “University of Wisconsin 1921” and a teacher’s desk held together with duct tape in school colors. Oh, wait – the duct tape is mine, let me remove that.

Now that the room has been gutted of materials, let’s move on to the elephant in the room – me. Despite working an average of 65 hours per work, I must not be doing enough or doing it well enough. I am licensed in K-8 bilingual education and have 14 years of teaching experience. There is a dire shortage of bilingual teachers in our district; it is so bad that MPS is recruiting abroad. Landing a new job in a new district will not be a problem. I’ve even heard that there are districts where class sizes are lower than 34.

The law allows you to replace me with an unlicensed “teacher”. Would you go to an unlicensed doctor? Allow an unlicensed electrician to wire your house? Hire an unlicensed lawyer to represent you? Being poor does not mean our families deserve substandard services.

The only thing left to gut is the soul of MPS – the students. 27% of my students receive special education services, 60% are English language learners, and some fall in both categories. While it takes ELLs a year or so to acquire conversational English, it takes many years for them to acquire academic English. Neither of these groups is good for high standardized test scores, so Dr. Means will have to gut them. He can send them to another teacher in another building – one you are not taking over – to deal with the problem. That leaves just a handful of 13 year olds who have other issues that directly affect their learning. Who would be next on your list – the one who stays after school every day until 6:30 because school is safer than home, the one whose family is doubled up in their cousin’s apartment, the one whose parent is incarcerated, the one who has a seriously physically ill mother, or the one who suffers from untreated mental illness? Is Dr. Means going to counsel them out of my school to turn it around, thus overburdening my colleagues across town with those additional challenges? You can “gut” the students who can’t help you look good on test scores but these students will just go to another school or drop out because changing schools too many times is too tough to do in poverty.

All of the students in MPS have something in common – they live in a community marked by devastating poverty, the highest rate of male African-American incarceration in the nation, institutionalized discrimination and a public school system that has already been financially decimated by charter schools. Until Milwaukee seriously and systematically addresses all of these issues, no amount of gutting will bring about the changes that you and Dr. Means are dreaming about.

Instead of making inane comments that only serve to continue to oppress our most marginalized families, why don’t you do something constructive to help rebuild our community. Just this week the New York Times reported on Stanford’s Center for Education Policy Analysis findings between academic achievement and socioeconomic status. “Children in the school districts with the highest concentrations of poverty score an average of more than four grade levels below children in the richest districts.”
Dr. Means, as a superintendent of a well-resourced district, should have some connections. Perhaps you two could write grants or even set up a partnership program between Mequon and Milwaukee where we could share resources. Perhaps you two could facilitate donations. Money, when it is used to give students in poverty the same services and benefits that students in Mequon have, can solve problems. Also, you should work on getting family sustaining jobs in the 53212, 53202, 53204, 53205, 53206, 53210, 53216, 53208 and 53215 areas. Whatever your family needs to sustain itself is what the families of my students need to sustain themselves. Until poverty is addressed, you will simply be concentrating poverty in whatever schools remain open.

I challenge you to take over and gut what is really affecting MPS – poverty, institutionalized racism, the excessive rate of male African-American incarceration, and the charter school system which drains urgently needed resources away from our most vulnerable populations.
Jennifer Engel
MPS educator and parent

Here’s what you can do right now to help.


List of Participating Schools for 2/17 “Walk In for Public Schools”


Join us as we “Walk In” to build the schools and communities our children deserve!

We want vibrant, public community schools that welcome and serve all children. We want public schools that are responsive to parents and the locally elected school board. We want public schools that offer special education services, bilingual education, and other programs that our children need.


sign up to host a walk in at a public school near you if you don’t see your school on the following list. Instructions to help set up and host an Action Network event page are here.

English walk in flyer                                               Spanish walk in flyer


This is the official list of participating schools for the February 17th National “Walk In” day of action (check back as it is still growing).


Milwaukee Public Schools:

Academy of Accelerated Learning 3727 S 78th St, 53220-1603

ALBA  1712 S 32nd St, Milwaukee, WI 53215

Alcott School 3563 South 97th Street, 53228

Allen Field 730 W Lapham Blvd, 53204-3496

Alliance 850 W Walnut St, 53205

Audubon MS & HS 3300 S 39th St , 53215-4099

Auer Avenue  2319 W Auer Ave, 53206-1799

Barton Elementary  5700 West Greentree Rd, 53233

Bay View HS  2751 S Lenox St, 53207-2299

Bethune  1535 N 35th St, 53208-1811

Bradley Tech High School  700 S Fourth St, 53204-1596

Brown Street Academy 2029 N 20th St, 53205-1140

Browning  5440 N 64th St, 53218-2792

Bruce  6453 N 89th St, 53224-5398

Bryant Elementary 8718 W Thurston Ave, 53225-2897

Burbank Elementary 6035 W Adler St, 53214-1899

Cass Street 1647 N Cass St, 53202-2099

Clemens 3600 W Hope Ave, 53216-1761

Clement 3666 S Clement Ave, 53207

Community High School 6700 N. 80th St., 53223

Congress 5225 W. Lincoln Creek Drive, 53218

Cooper Elementary 5143 S 21st St, 53221-3599

Craig Montessori  7667 W Congress St, 53218-5395

Curtin 3450 S 32nd St, 53215-4299

Doerfler 3014 W Scott Street, 53215

Eighty-First Street  2964 N 81st St, 53222-4897

Elm Creative Arts 900 W Walnut St, 53205-1099

Engleburg  5100 N 91st St, 53225-4131

Fairview 6500 Kinnickinnic River Pky, 53219-3099

Fernwood Montessori 3239 S Pennsylvania Ave, 53207-3199

Fifty-Third Street School  3618 N 53rd St, 53216-2952

Forest Home 1516 W Forest Home Ave, 53204-3294

Franklin 2308 W Nash St, 53206-1830

Fratney School 3255 N Fratney St, 53212-2297

French Immersion 2360 N 52nd St, 53210-2796

German Immersion 3778 N 82nd St, 53222-2999

Golda Meir Upper Campus 1615 W Martin Luther King Dr, 53212

Golda Meir Lower Campus 1615 W Martin Luther King Dr, 53212

Grant School 2920 W Grant St, 53215-2490

Grantosa 4850 N 82nd St, 53218-3604

Greenfield Bilingual 1711 S 35th St, 53215-2094

Groppi H.S. 1312 N 27th St, 53208-2499

Hamilton H.S. 6215 W Warnimont Ave, 53220-1399

Hartford Avenue 2227 E Hartford Ave, 53211-3199

Hawley 5610 W Wisconsin Ave, 53213-4258

Hawthorne 6945 N 41st St, 53209-2297

Hayes Bilingual  971 W Windlake Ave, 53204-3822

Hi-Mount 4921 W Garfield Ave, 53208-1197

Holmes 2463 N Buffum St, 53212-2999

Honey Creek Elementary 6701 W Eden Pl, 53220-1335

Hopkins Lloyd Community School  1503 W Hopkins St, Milwaukee, WI 53206-2164

Howard Montessori 357 E Howard Ave, 53207

Humboldt Park 3230 S Adams Ave, 53207-2706

IDEAL 1420 W Goldcrest Ave, 53221-5099

Jackson 2121 W Hadley St, 53206-1698

James Madison Academic Campus (JMAC) 8135 W Florist Ave, 53218-1745

Kagel Elementary 1210 W Mineral St, 53204-2192

Keefe Avenue Elementary 1618 W Keefe Ave, 53206-2396

Kilbourn  5354 N 68th St, 53218-2999

King MS 4950 N 24th St, 53209-5696

Kluge  5760 N 67th St, Milwaukee, WI 53218-2307

Lincoln Center of the Arts 820 E Knapp St, 53202-2799

Lloyd Barbee Montessori 4456 N Teutonia Ave, 53209-6290

Longfellow 1021 S 21st Street, 53204

Lowell Elementary 4360 S 20th St, 53221-2367

MHSA 2300 W Highland Ave, 53233-1099

M.L King Elementary 3275 N Third St, 53212-2064

MacDowell Montessori 6415 W Mt. Vernon Ave, 53213

Manitoba 4040 W Forest Home Ave, 53215-3599

Maryland Montessori  2418 N Maryland Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53211-4487

Milwaukee School of Languages 8400 W Burleigh St, 53222-3798

Milwaukee Sign Language 7900 W Acacia Rd, 53223-5699

Milwaukee Spanish Immersion 2765 S 55th St, 53219-3269

Mitchell School 1728 S 23rd St, 53204-3099

Morgandale 3635 S. 17th, 53221

Morse•Marshall  4141 N 64th St, Milwaukee, WI 53216-1198

Neeskara School 1601 N Hawley Rd, 53208-2199

New School for Community Service 609 N Eighth St Second Floor, 53233-2405

North Division 1011 W Center St, 53206

Obama/SCTE 5075 N Sherman Blvd, 53209-5919

Parkside of the Arts 2969 S Howell Ave, 53207

Parkview Elementary  10825 W Villard Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53225-3898

Pierce Elementary 2765 N Fratney St, 53212-2698

Project Stay 609 N Eighth St, 53233-2405

Pulaski High School 2500 W Oklahoma Ave, 53215-4498

Reagan H.S. 4965 S 20th St, 53221-2859

Riley Elementary 2424 S Fourth St, 53207-1492

Riverside University High School 1615 E Locust St, 53211-3298

Rogers Street 2430 W Rogers St, 53204

Roosevelt Middle School of the Arts 800 W. Walnut St, 53205

Rufus King International High School 1801 W Olive St, 53209-6898

Sherman Multicultural Arts 5110 W Locust St, 53210-1626

Silver Spring 5131 N Green Bay Ave, 53209-5791

South Division H.S. 1515 W Lapham Blvd, 53204-3296

Starms Discovery  2035 N 25th St, 53205-1008

Starms Early Childhood  2616 W Garfield Ave, 53205-1099

Story School 3815 W Kilbourn Ave, 53208

Stuart Elementary 7001 N 86th St, 53224-4899

Thoreau 7878 N 60th St, 53223-4109

Townsend 3360 N Sherman Blvd, Milwaukee, WI 53216-3559

Trowbridge 1943 East Trowbridge Street, 53207

Victory 2222 W Henry Ave, 53221-4999

Vieau 823 S Fourth St, 53204-1724

Vincent H.S.  7501 N Granville Rd,  53224-3998

Washington H.S.2525 N Sherman Blvd, 53210

Wedgewood Park 6506 W Warnimont Ave, 53220-1398

Westside I Academy 1945 N 31st St, 53208

Westside II Academy  1940 N 36th St, Milwaukee, WI 53208

Whitman 4200 S 54th St, 53220-3197

Zablocki 1016 W Oklahoma Ave, 53215-4796


Green Bay Public Schools

Sullivan Elementary 1567 Deckner Avenue, 54302


LaCrosse Public Schools

Central High School 1801 Losey Blvd., 54601

Emerson High School 2101 Campbell Rd, 54601

Hamilton High School 1111 S. 7th St, 54601

Hintjen High School 3505 S. 28th St, 54601

Lincoln Middle School 510 S. 9th St, 54601

Logan High School 1500 Ranger Dr., 54603

Logan Middle School 1450 Avon Street, 54658

Longfellow Middle School 1900 Denton St, 54601

Northside Elementary School 1611 Kane Street, 54601

Northwoods Elementary School N2541 Sablewood Rd, 54601

Southern Bluffs Elementary 4010 Sunnyside Drive, 54601

Spence Elementary 2150 Bennett St, 54601

State Road Elementary 3900 Pammel Creek Road, 54601

Summit Elementary 1800 Lakeshore Drive, 54603


Racine Schools

Jerstad-Agerholm MS 3601 LaSalle St, 53402

Racine Early Education Center 2015 Franklin St, 53403

Washington Park H.S. 1901 12th St, 53403

William Horlick H.S. 2119 Rapids Drive, 53404


Tomah Schools

La Grange Elementary 600 Straw Street, 54660

Lemonweir Elementary 711 N. Glendale Ave,  54660

Photo credit: Overpass Light Brigade

Photo credit: Overpass Light Brigade

Cities Across the Nation Ready to Walk In for Public Education on February 17th

Parents, students, educators, and community members: Please join us at a public school near you on Wednesday, February 17th at 7:00 a.m. to celebrate public education and to stand up for public schools that welcome and serve all children. Public education supporters in Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, Green Bay,  Boston, and dozens of other cities around the nation will be also be walking in the same day.

Public education supporters will gather in front of their schools before the day starts to chant, march and share information about how school takeovers hurt our students. We will also educate others about public community schools that we know are a better solution than handing schools over to private third party operators. Finally, attendees will walk in to the school collectively just before the start of the school day as a community.

RSVP to attend an already established event or sign up to host a walk in at a public school near you. Keep checking back because new locations are signing up daily.
Instructions to help set up and host an Action Network event page are here.

Facebook event page for the day of action can be found here.

Milwaukee Walks-In for Public Education from MTEA Union on Vimeo.

How a City of Milwaukee Charter School Dodges Accountability

King’s Academy charter school has been a city of Milwaukee 2R charter school for six years. Because of the work of a small group of committed Milwaukee residents to make the city’s Charter School Review Board more transparent and accountable, more attention has been placed on how the city scrutinizes contracts with charter schools like King’s Academy. Much of that attention has been placed on King’s Academy for a poor record of performance and red flags in several key areas highlighted in this 2014 report prepared by the Schools and Communities United coalition.

Screen Shot 2015-12-16 at 7.31.06 PMA report like that would seem to surely ensure the school’s removal from the city 2R charter program given such a long track record of poor performance, but who needs to be held accountable when all you have to do is go to another school system. That’s exactly what King’s Academy did at the August 13, 2015 CSRB meeting in announcing that they would no longer be seeking a contract with the city and instead would be heading back to the Wisconsin voucher program (so called Milwaukee Parental Choice Program):

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This was the response from Schools and Communities United to Board President Michael Murphy on King’s Academy and their sudden transition back to the voucher program, effectively dodging any accountability or track record as a school.

King’s Academy and other sham school operators will continue this voucher shell game of legalized corruption that fails Milwaukee students. Voucher schools run from accountability and hide from transparency. Public tax dollars belong in public schools. It is far past time to declare a moratorium on the failed private voucher system in Milwaukee.

Citywide Convening to Stop the Takeover of MPS

Stand up for the public schools our students deserve! Save the date!


Join us on Saturday, December 5th as students, parents, educators, and community allies collaborate to build a longterm strategy that both defeats the proposed Takeover of MPS, while also laying the groundwork for a new vision that embraces the successful public community schools model.

This meeting, which is being organized and planned by concerned MPS parents will both educate and activate those willing to take the necessary steps to reach these goals. Parents, educators, community members, students are all invited!

This event is being organized by Schools and Communities United. More details coming so check back on this page for updates.

Facebook event page is here.

Speak Out Against a Segregated Campus at Pulaski High School

Colocation Meme

On Tuesday, October 13 at 6:30pm, an MPS school board committee will vote on whether to allow Carmen High School, a privately run charter school, to occupy part of the Pulaski High School building. Please call your school board representative this weekend to let them know that we oppose this proposal because:

  • Pulaski students deserve better. MPS needs to take the time to create a meaningful plan that will benefit Pulaski students. Community, parents, and staff must be engaged like they’ve done at other schools, such as Bay View.
  • Privately run charter schools sharing a building with public schools doesn’t work. Public school students get to see the charter school’s resources up close, but they’re not allowed to access them. How is this a partnership if there is no collaboration and two separate campuses? (Click here for details.)
  • As a privately run charter, Carmen has external funding and big donors. They should use those resources to renovate a facility of their choosing – not prey on our public school buildings.

Please call your school board representative this weekend (click here if you do not know who your representative is).

School Board Directors

On Monday, October 12th there will also be a community meeting at Pulaski High School about the takeover, although last week’s meeting proved to be more of a sales pitch than a community meeting.

Please sign this petition to “STOP the Takeover of Pulaski High School.”

Speak Up for Pulaski High School Students | 10/5

What: MPS Superintendent Dr. Darienne Driver and School Board director Bonds have scheduled two meetings at Pulaski High School (Oct. 5th and 12th) to try and sell their Takeover of Pulaski. We know that no matter how much they try to dress up this Takeover as a good thing that Pulaski will not be handed over to privately-run charter schools that operate outside the democratically elected school board. Let’s show up and show out for our students and the future of public education in Wisconsin. Not one student, not one school takeover!
Read how this experiment isn’t working in New York City here.
Where charters operate in independent buildings, the differences in resources are less stark. But co-location forces each side to contend with the fact that the charters are able to offer their students far greater advantages while siphoning off resources from children on the other side of the building. In New York, it is particularly acute as students at traditional schools are in dire need while charters enjoy the spoils of both public funding and wealthy private benefactors. It may be co-location, more than any other factor, that has frayed the nerves of parents, teachers and students, and stirred a debate that has taken a decidedly polarizing and political tone.
When: Monday, October 5th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Where: Pulaski High School

 RSVP to attend here.
Updates on this event and the attempt to take over Pulaski can be found here.
Updates on the attempt to take over MPS can be found here.
October 5th Facebook event page can be found here.
October 12th Facebook event page can be found here.

105 Milwaukee Public Schools & Entire La Crosse District Ready to “Walk In” on Friday 9/18

105 Milwaukee Public Schools, all 14 La Crosse schools will be taking part in the Friday, September 18th day of action in support of quality public schools for ALL students. Each event will also share information about how public school takeovers will hurt our students and deny critical services, such as bilingual education and special education.

Why walk in?

Watch video of a walk in.

Click on the school you want to RSVP to walk in at:




Allen Field

Alliance High School

Audubon Middle & High School

Auer Avenue

Barbee Montessori


Bay View High School


Bradley Tech High School


Brown Street Academy



Cass Street: No event page created. Walk in starts a 7:00am

Clarke Street

Clara Barton





Craig Montessori



Eighty-First Street




Fifty-Third Street

Forest Home


French Immersion


German Immersion: No event page created. Walk in starts at 7:00am.


Golda Meir Upper and Lower campus



Greenfield Bilingual

Groppi: No event page created. Walk in starts at 7:00am.

Hamilton High School




Hayes Bilingual: No event page created. Walk in starts at 7:00am.


Honey Creek

Hopkins Lloyd

Howard Avenue Montessori

Humboldt Park




Keefe Avenue



Lincoln Avenue: No event created. Walk in starts at 7:00am



MLK Elementary


Madison (JMAC)


Maryland Montessori


Milwaukee High School of the Arts (MHSA)

Milwaukee School of Languages

Milwaukee Sign Language


Morse Marshall


New School

Ninety-Fifth Street: No event page created. Walk in starts at 7:00am.

North Division High School

Obama: No event page created. Walk in starts at 7:00am.



Project STAY




River Trail

Riverside University High School

Rogers Street Academy

Roosevelt MS of the Arts

Rufus King High School

Rufus King Middle School


Silver Spring

South Division High School

Starms Discovery: No event page created. Walk in starts at 7:00am.

Starms Early Childhood Center




Thurston Woods: No event page created. Walk in starts at 7:00am.





Washington High School

Westside I


Photo sent from La Crosse Education Association.

Photo sent from La Crosse Education Association.

La Crosse School walking in.

Central HS
Logan HS
Logan MS
Lincoln MS
Longfellow MS
Southern Bluffs Elementary,
Spence Elementary,
State Road Elementary,
Hintgen Elementary,
Hamilton Elementary,
Emerson Elementary,
Northside Elementary
Coulee Montessori,
Northwoods Elementary,
Summit Elementary.