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 27, 2015
Year End Celebrations
Pictures from Graduation, Awards Assembly, and Alternative High School Graduation are up! You can view them all here.
May 26, 2015
High Schooler for a Day
Madison Elementary students were able to visit Marshfield High School to learn about courses and careers in Agriculture, Family and Consumer Sciences, Business and Information Technology and Technology Education. High school students served as tour guides for the younger students –and did a great job!
While touring classes, students prepared a healthy snack, extracted DNA from strawberries, constructed catapults for marshmallows, investigated how money travels around the U.S. and world, negotiated robots through an obstacle course, utilized GPS/GIS for a high-tech treasure hunt, manufactured locker wipe boards and more! All students practiced important 21st century skills required to be successful in the workforce, such as innovation, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, community, and collaboration.
"High Schooler for a Day" was funded by the School District of Marshfield’s Board Incentive Grant.
May 22, 2015
Thinking about being a substitute teacher?
You may want to check this out: CESA 5: Substitute Teacher Training