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District Announcements
New Elementary Parent Pick-up Instructions

The following changes to campus traffic flow are now in place at elementary dismissal time:

  • No automobile traffic will be allowed to exit the parking lot in the center of campus (in front of our four schools) between 3:25 p.m. through the time elementary buses depart. Exits will be blocked off.

  • All elementary students who are being picked up by parents or guardians in cars will remain in the school to be dismissed after buses have departed.

  • Horizon and Pewaukee Lake Elementary School students will be dismissed to parents in their vehicles at the curb. We ask that parents not leave their cars. We understand this is a change in practice for some parents, and we ask for your support as we transition to this system. Please help us keep all children safe by being patient and abiding by this plan.

  • If your child is walking home, he or she will be dismissed from the school after buses depart.


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School Report Cards Released
The WIáDepartment of Public Instruction released School Report Cards for the 2013-2014 school year. (click here for more information)

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Pewaukee High School Earns High National Honor
Newsweek Magazine and The Daily Beast's list of America's Best High Schools was just released. Pewaukee High School once again earned this prestigious designation. Pewaukee High School is rated the 5th best high school in Wisconsin and moved up to 202nd best in the nation!! (In 2013 PHS ranked 7th in Wisconsin and 553rd in the nation.) Congratulations to all educators and staff who work hard to serve students every day of the year! Criteria for America's Best High Schools is based on: Graduation & College Acceptance Rates (weighted most heavily), College Level Courses & Exams, Percent of Students on Free/Reduced Lunch, and ACT/SAT Scores.
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