School District of Sheboygan Falls

  • Education
220 Amherst Ave.
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
(920) 467-7893
(920) 467-7899 (fax)
  • About

    The School District of Sheboygan Falls is a pre-K-12, public 
    school system which serves students from the City of 
    Sheboygan Falls, the Village of Waldo, as well as surrounding 
    townships. Over 1700 students attend school at one of 
    three sites: 
    • Sheboygan Falls High School (grades 9-12) 
    • Sheboygan Falls Middle School (grades 5-8) 
    • Sheboygan Falls Elementary School (grades 4K-4)
    The seven member school board employs 168 full-time staff and 83 part-time staff.  The District's mission is to challenge and support students on their own learning paths within and beyond the classroom.

  • Jobs

    Playground/Lunchroom Supervisor for Sheboygan Falls Elementary School
    Category: Education
    Job Description:        The School District of Sheboygan Falls is looking for supervisors to be responsible for the children’s health, safety and social development during recess and lunchtime sessions. Approximate hours:  Times very between 8:45 and 1:30 p.m. but not to exceed 17 hours per week.  Pay range: $8.48 – $11.83 per hour.   Qualifications:           Enthusiastic, team player who enjoys ...read more

    Contact

    Lynn Bub
    Phone:(920) 467-7820
    Fax:(920) 467-7824
    Playground/Lunchroom Supervisor for Sheboygan Falls Middle School
    Category: Education
    Job Description:        The School District of Sheboygan Falls is looking for supervisors to be responsible for the children’s health, safety and social development during recess and lunchtime sessions.  Position is 10.5 hrs/week, school year.  Pay range: $8.48 – $11.83 per hour.   Qualifications:           Enthusiastic, team player who enjoys being with children and acts ...read more

    Contact

    Amanda Pound
    Phone:(920) 467-7880
    Fax:(920) 467-7885
  • Whom to Contact

    • Kevin Krutzik
      High School Principal
      Phone: (920) 467-7890

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