Registration and Open Enrollment
Four-Year Old Kindergarten
Four-year old kindergarten (4K) is offered through the School District of Marshfield to all children free of charge who are four years old on or before September 1. 4K will meet Tuesday through Friday, half-day (AM or PM) sessions, and taught by a DPI licensed instructor. This is a one year program designed for children to attend the year prior to general kindergarten.
Please download the 4K Registration Packet and turn it into the Board of Education Office located at 1010 E. Fourth Street, Marshfield, WI 54449.
Kindergarten registration forms are here. Marshfield School District provides an all day, every day program offered in all of our elementary schools. We have an excellent curriculum and staff who are anxious to get your child off to a great start in school. All registration forms should be turned into your area school office or the Board of Education Office.
Apply Today! The open enrollment application season for 2015-16 school year is February 2, 2015 – April 30, 2015. For more information regarding open enrollment procedure, including how to enroll, please review the online Parent Brochure from the DPI (Department of Public Instruction) website.
May 01, 2015
Herb Kohl Scholarship Recipient
A $3000 Herb Kohl Education Foundation 2015 Excellence Scholarship has been awarded to Ryan Hayes, senior at Marshfield High School. The Excellence Scholarship recognizes students who have demonstrated academic potential, outstanding leadership, citizenship, community service, integrity and other special talents.
Ryan will be attending the University of California, Berkeley next year to pursue computer programming or engineering.
During his academic career at Marshfield Senior High, Ryan has challenged himself in a diverse assortment of subjects including a number of Advanced Placement courses. He has been acknowledged for his exceptional academics through his AP Scholar Award in 2013 and National AP Scholar Award in 2014.
Ryan has been involved in extra-curricular activities such as Marshfield High School's soccer team, track and field team, basketball team, Science Olympiad, HOSA, band, National Honor Society and student council.
In addition, a $3000 Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2015 Fellowship was awarded to Anne Dick, Project Search Teacher at Marshfield High School. Project Search is a special education program located at the hospital. The Herb Kohl Fellowship recognizes teachers who have demonstrated superior ability to inspire love of learning in their students, have motivated others and have provided meritorious service both inside and outside the classroom.
Since it was established in 1990, the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation has awarded $9 million to Wisconsin students, teachers and schools.
April 30, 2015
Feasibility Study, April Board Meeting
On Wednesday, April 8th, the Board of Education took action and approved the authorization of the Superintendent to conduct a comprehensie athletic facility feasibility study. The study purpose and objective is to provide the board with relevant data and information needed to assess and evaluate current and future district athletic facility needs. Funding for the study is not-to-exceed expenditures of $15,000.
Pat Saucerman, Director of Business Services, provided a detailed presentation of the current athletic facilities.
To watch the presentation at the April Board of Education, please visit Marshfield Community TV.
April 28, 2015
MHS ranked 3rd in Wisconsin
The Washington Post has ranked Marshfield High School as 3rd Most Challenging High School in Wisconsin and 518 in the United States.
Thank you to all the staff on your dedication to our students' success as we prepare them for career and college readiness!