Celebrating our Staff
MNS staff typically gather for an End of Year Breakfast to celebrate the amazing work of this past school year! We recognize the 2020 Compass recipients, 2020 Retirees and staff who at the end of this year, will have served in Muskego-Norway Schools for twenty-five (25), thirty (30) years and thirty-five (35) years!
Each year, we ask that families complete the mandatory Annual Census Update through the Infinite Campus parent portal. Completing this process assures we have the correct information in our database. If you have moved or are moving, either within the district or outside, you must report this information to the district office. More information is available on our website.
Muskego High School TEALS Opportunity
Muskego High School is excited to continue to offer computer science courses next year. We are investing in our students by partnering with Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS to build and grow our CS program. There are more than 500,000 open computer science positions without qualified talent to fill them across all industries. We are trying to help ensure our students have access to the necessary education to ensure a successful future for them.
Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS is a program that recruits, mentors, and places passionate technology professionals into high school classrooms as volunteer instructors. These volunteers bring subject matter expertise and will join Ms. Joan Buske to teach computer science together. TEALS provides training for both parties, rigorous curricula, and opportunities for students to continue their education outside of the classroom.
We are offering "Introduction to Computer Science" and "AP Computer Science A." The introductory class is based on the award-winning University of California Berkeley CS10 course and is adapted specifically for high schools. AP Computer Science A is an advanced computer science course offering students the opportunity to earn college credit. As a TEALS partner school, Muskego High School needs to assist with volunteer recruitment from the computer science and software engineering fields to team-teach these courses with our teachers. Muskego High School will hold AP Computer Science A first period, 7:25 am - 8:15 am and Introduction to Computer Science, second period, from 8:20 am -9:10 am. which will allow volunteers to attend their jobs afterwards.
If you or someone you know works in the computer science or software engineering field and would be interested in making a difference in our students’ future success, please contact Ken Dunbar at 262-888-0597 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can read more about TEALS on their website at http://www.tealsk12.org. I am excited about these opportunities and look forward to hearing from you.