Menasha Joint School District is an above average, public school district located in Menasha, WI. It has 3,517 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
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Outstanding superintendent and district leaders, caring teachers and staff at the schools. MJSD has faced some challenges over the years and is overcoming them in spectacular fashion. In Menasha, our diversity is our strength, and I'm proud to have my kids attend school in the district.
Menasha High, although small, is very diverse and offers many resources and classes to help prepaid for college or whatever a student has planned for after graduation. Most all of the teachers are very supportive and available when help is needed about a particular school subject or even if a student is having trouble in their personal life and needs advice. This along with the friendly and inviting atmosphere encourage students to learn and grow acedemically and individually.
Most people think that Menasha Joint School District is a joke, but I think MJSD has some of the best opportunities for students. In elementary schools, they offer different clubs and sports to every student. In middle school, they have the options of three foreign languages to learn. In high school, students have many different types of electives that range from singing to woodworking. Throughout students education in Menasha Joint School District, they have many opportunities to get involved in something they enjoy. It's not just about the education, but about how a student grows and becomes who they are meant to be.