Four Muskego High School teachers could face full or partial layoffs next year, based on lower enrollment, the Muskego-Norway School Board learned Monday night. Because of lower enrollments in business education and technical education specifically, 1.4 full-time equivalent teachers may be laid off in business education and a full-time equivalent teacher in technical education. In addition, the physical education staff would be cut back by 0.8 of a full-time teacher.
These proposals will be brought back to the board at its March 29 meeting.
The administration also plans to reduce the elementary teaching positions by two full-time equivalent teachers because the schools are expecting 30 to 40 fewer elementary students this fall. But layoffs will not be needed because three elementary teachers plan to retire at the end of this year.
Your link to the biggest stories in the suburbs delivered Thursday mornings.
Enter your e-mail address above and click "Sign Up Now!" to begin receiving your e-mail newsletter Get the Newsletter!
- Muskego-Norway District one of only three Wisconsin districts to lower levy for five years (2)
- Lots of people attend Moorland Road in Muskego project meeting, few criticisms (2)
- Two more charged in connection with Muskego Petro Mart armed robbery
- Muskego police arrest house burglary suspects; cremated remains of son were not recovered
- Muskego-Norway School Board approves holding a $43.2 million referendum on April 5
- Aldermen favor going ahead with new Muskego City Hall, police station
- Muskego police searching for explorer recruits
- Evers nominates Muskego Elementary School for Blue Ribbon award
- Muskego man, 27, faces armed robbery charge connected to gas station hold up
- Plans for new Muskego city hall, police station appear to win favor